11 Sights in Guldborgsund Municipality, Denmark (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Guldborgsund Municipality, Denmark. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 11 sights are available in Guldborgsund Municipality, Denmark.

List of cities in Denmark Sightseeing Tours in Guldborgsund Municipality

1. Radsted Kirke

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Radsted Church is located on eastern Lolland and has been built in several stages. The oldest part around 1200 in late Romanesque style. The choir was demolished in the early 1300s and rebuilt and extended to the east in the Gothic style. Around the year 1400, a church tower was built, which was smaller than the current one, which was raised with a cane and a tall lantern spire in 1621. Already in 1616, a north chapel and a porch to the south were added. The tower and its copper-clad spires have a total height of 56.5 m and can therefore be seen from afar in the flat landscape.

Wikipedia: Radsted Kirke (DA)

2. Døllefjelde Kirke

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The church consists of a Romanesque choir and a Gothic nave, as well as a late Gothic tower to the west. South of the church there used to be a holy spring, St. Kjeld's spring, which until 1593 gave rise to a spring market. An attempt was supposedly made to stop the source, but it was resurrected several times in other places near the church. In 1593 the market moved to Sakskøbing. It is said that the citizens of Sakskøbing bought the market from the church and paid with a wall of burnt stones, possibly the north wall of the cemetery with an entrance portal.

Wikipedia: Døllefjelde Kirke (DA)

3. Ålevad

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Ålevad is the remains of a fortified farm from the late 1200s belonging to the bishop of Funen. Until 1803, the diocese of Fyens also included Lolland and Falster, and in order to protect his properties in Central Lolland and himself when he was present there, it was necessary for the bishop to erect this fortification. There are a number of letters issued by various bishops at the castle and the names of 7 of the castle's courtiers are known throughout the 1400s. [citation needed]

Wikipedia: Ålevad (DA)

4. Vester Ulslev Kirke

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Vester Ulslev Church is the church in Vester Ulslev on Lolland. The church was built before the year 1300. The church consists of a Romanesque house with later added late Gothic tower. There are faint remains of frescoes from around 1300. Ditlev Gothard Monrad was a priest from 1846 to 1849 and was one of the main authors of the 1849 constitution, which was conceived in the rectory in Vester Ulslev. In 1849-1854 he was bishop of Lolland-Falster and later became minister.

Wikipedia: Vester Ulslev Kirke (DA)

5. Vigsnæs Kirke

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Vigsnæs Church was built in 1868-69 in neo-Gothic brick style according to drawings by architect Ove Petersen. At the same time, the medieval church was demolished. The church consists of a nave and chancel with an angular end to the east and a tower with spires to the west. Above the entrance is a relief of the sculptor Evens with the inscription Domino et Redemptori.

Wikipedia: Vigsnæs Kirke (DA)

6. Kippinge Church

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Kippinge Church stands alone, midway between Vester Kippinge and Øster Kippinge in northwestern Falster, Denmark. It is west of Redslev wood. Thanks to three reputed miracles, the Early Gothic church attracted many pilgrims until the end of the 19th century. It is known for its rich Renaissance furnishings and its frescos from the mid-14th century.

Wikipedia: Kippinge Church (EN)

7. Sønder Alslev Kirke

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Sønder Alslev Church is located on East Falster in the village of Sønder Alslev. Administratively, it is located in Falster Deanery and Guldborgsund Municipality. Until the municipal reform in 2007, it was located in Stubbekøbing Municipality, Storstrøms County and Falster Østre Provsti

Wikipedia: Sønder Alslev Kirke (DA)

8. Brarup Kirke

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Brarup Kirke Hideko Bondesen / CC BY-SA 2.5

Brarup Church is located in the village of Brarup some 5 km (3.1 mi) southwest of Nørre Alslev on the Danish island of Falster. The Late Romanesque church has frescos from various periods including several by the Brarup Master and his workshop from the early 16th century.

Wikipedia: Brarup Church (EN)

9. Aastrup Kirke

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Aastrup Kirke Hideko Bondesen / CC BY-SA 2.5

Aastrup Church, located on the top of a steep hill in the village of Aastrup, 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) southwest of Stubbekøbing on the Danish island of Falster, dates from c. 1200. Built in the Late Romanesque style, it has frescos from the 13th and 15th centuries.

Wikipedia: Aastrup Church (EN)

10. Fuglsang Kunstmuseum

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Fuglsang Art Museum is an art museum set in rural surroundings in Guldborgsund Municipality on the island of Lolland in Denmark. It is part of the Fuglsang Cultural Centre. The museum features Danish art with an emphasis on artists and motifs of local provenance.

Wikipedia: Fuglsang Art Museum (EN), Website

11. Nørre Vedby Kirke

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Nørre Vedby Church is located near the village of Nørre Vedby about 16 km N of Nykøbing Falster. The church was built in the latter half of the 1200s, and the youngest medieval church in the pastorate.

Wikipedia: Nørre Vedby Kirke (DA)


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