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Mygdal Kirke, Hjorring

#13 of 13 in Historic Sites in Hjorring
Church · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
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  • The church is erected approx. 1300. The rather solitary, whitewashed church consists of late Romanesque choir and ship with chapel at the north side of the choir from around 1550-60 and porch off the north door from 1897. The Senromanan building, which is predominantly built of brick, joins the Vendsyssel brick group. The bell, which in the inscription calls himself "Rose", is cast 1560 by Peder Lauridsen for Christoffer Lung and hangs in a pile west of the ship.
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  • Good local church.
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