Skive Old Church

Skive, Denmark

Vor Frue Kirke (Church of Our Lady) is the old church of Skive, built around 1200. It still have its original nave and choir. The church was enlarged around 1500. In the 1800s it became too small and new church was built next to it in 1898. The old church became however again a parish church in 1930. The murals in church walls date from 1522.



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


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tryksen301 (19 months ago)
Meget flot kirke. God plads. Gode minder
Morten Jensen (2 years ago)
Rigtig flot kirke og kirkegård med en blændende udsigt ud over engene ved Karup Å.
Peter Svendsen (2 years ago)
Smuk kirke fra 1200-tallet. Indenfor finder man kalkmalerier fra starten af det 16. århundrede. Flot udsigt fra den høje beliggenhed over de nærliggende områder.
Kim Moberg Pedersen (3 years ago)
Første gang jeg ser 2 Kirker lige ved siden af hinanden, meget smukke begge 2.
Nikolaj Johannes Skole Jensen (5 years ago)
A nice little church
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