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Aal Kirke, Oksboel

#6 of 16 in Historic Sites in Varde
Church · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
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  • A beautiful village church, which with its 42 meters is exceptionally long. The oldest parts, the ship and parts of the choir, are built in the 1100 century. Once upon a time there was an apsis. But it was broken down IFM with the prolongation of the choir around 1250-1300. The weapon House is from the 1200 or the 1300 figure. The Sakristiet at the choir is from around the year 1500 and the tower from the 1500 century. The tower must, incidentally, have served as a sea mark. It was rebuilt 1767 to confuse the English. In the year 1900 the Tower room was built for the hallway, and at the same time the house of arms was transformed into Ligkapel. Aal Church is especially known for its Romanesque frescoes, which are among the country's largest. They can be dated to the beginning of the 1200 figure.
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