Kalvehave Church

Kalvehave, Denmark

Kalvehave Church was built around 1225-1250 of large bricks near to a holy spring. The church is rebuilt and extended several times. The altarpiece was made in Renaissance style in the end of the 16th century. The Baroque pulpit dates from 1639.



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Founded: 1225
Category: Religious sites in Denmark
Historical period: The First Kingdom (Denmark)

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Hanne Højlind (6 months ago)
I could use a looser tap and maybe with a manual. As a disabled and elderly person, I do NOT have the strength for the faucet that is there and which is not for normal people ???. The gardeners had also removed more than DKK 400 worth of planted flowers instead of helping to water in the heat we have had this summer. You are mad ?????
Alfred Franz (6 months ago)
Worth seeing church. One should not overlook the grave in the basement alcove. Very neat cemetery with a good view of the bridge to Møn.
Sven Eisenhauer (9 months ago)
A beautiful site for a church, with sweeping water views
Claus Michael Segnitz Due (2 years ago)
Breathtaking medieval atmosphere. Holy source. Highly recommend a visit.
Harro Hallmann (2 years ago)
Beautiful and typical Danish village church.
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