Horbelev Church

Horbelev, Denmark

Horbelev Church dates from c. 1200. The chancel and nave were built in Romanesque style and the church has unusually high walls. It is one of the oldest churches in Falster. The Gothic tower and porch were added in late medieval times.



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Founded: c. 1200
Category: Religious sites in Denmark
Historical period: The First Kingdom (Denmark)


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Poul Hansen (12 months ago)
Nice place
Anette Styrk (2 years ago)
Horbelev church is without a doubt the church in Denmark that has the best priest in Denmark ? Mette Marie is always well behaved and accommodating to everyone ? The church is always decorated with flowers and lights ?? there is a fantastic atmosphere in the church, it feels nice to be in church. The church is opposite the vicarage and a small forest. Very beautiful church and cemetery, the cemetery is always neat and tidy ? definitely a visit, especially if Mette Marie holds a church service, Mette Marie can light up an entire church room with her fantastic aura. ? if all churches had a priest, like Mette Marie, the churches would quickly be full. ? We thank you on behalf of us and our nurse, for your attendance ?
Rikke Jensen (3 years ago)
Really beautiful church and cemetery, in quiet beautiful surroundings.
Susan Jørgensen (3 years ago)
Good church and service
Jette Rosenberg (4 years ago)
It was a good experience
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