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Fjenneslev Kirke

I wanted to visit this church because it was my 27th Grandmother who built it! I planned a long... read more

Reviewed 16 August 2016
Kathleen N
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Seattle, Washington
Two towers = two sons

Fjenneslev kirke (church) is a village church very different from the traditional white village... read more

Reviewed 10 October 2013
Danexplorer
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Copenhagen, Denmark
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16 Aug 2016
“Fjenneslev Kirke”
10 Oct 2013
“Two towers = two sons”
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Langtoftevej 2 A, Fjenneslev, Soroe 4173, Denmark
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Reviewed 16 August 2016

I wanted to visit this church because it was my 27th Grandmother who built it! I planned a long time and at last drove to the spot. 27th Grandma did a spectacular job! Not only was it still standing, but the story of her nearly...More

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Reviewed 10 October 2013

Fjenneslev kirke (church) is a village church very different from the traditional white village churches on the island Zealand. It is situated a few hundred meters south of the old highway between Sorø and Ringsted. The church was built by lord Asser Rig and his...More

2  Thank Danexplorer
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