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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Lajla Maj Larsen (12 months ago)
Church of Our Lady, Skive's old medieval church. It was built around the year 1200.
Jan Sand (3 years ago)
Skive's beautiful old church from the 12th century, with the very beautiful frescoes
Flemming Arent Kruse Klausen (4 years ago)
Nice graffiti on the walls .. ??
Eddie. Brotherton (4 years ago)
You do not like it when you are there to say goodbye to your loved ones
Frank Osbæck (4 years ago)
Beautiful frescoes that came out when the church was to be demolished in connection with the construction of the new church. The National Museum declared the frescoes worthy of preservation so the church still stands.
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