9 Sights in Haderslev, Denmark (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Haderslev, 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 9 sights are available in Haderslev, Denmark.

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1. Teatret Møllen

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Teatret Møllen is a theatre located in Haderslev, Denmark. The theatre, which has existed since 1974, has the status of a regional theatre in Haderslev Municipality and Southern Jutland. It plays stationary at the old castle watermill in Haderslev as well as at theatres, theatre associations, schools and cultural institutions all over Denmark as well as theatre festivals. Annually, the theater has about 120 performances for children and adults at the theater in Haderslev as well as on tour throughout the country.

Wikipedia: Teatret Møllen (DA), Website

2. Sillerup Mølle

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Sillerup Mill is a tower mill, built in 1859 with a gallery, where both the undermill and upper mill appear with help-outset, whitewashed masonry. Like most brick-built turbines, it is round in shape on the inside, but like the Dutch windmills octagonal on the outside, which is unusual for tower turbines. The mill, which is located on a hilltop outside the village of Sillerup, approx. 8 km northeast of Haderslev, is built as a grain mill with buckwheat mill and bakery in connection with the main industry.

Wikipedia: Sillerup Mølle (DA), Website

3. Øsby Kirke

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Øsby Church east of Haderslev, dates from the first part of the 1500s. The church is even very large of a village church to be. The church has previously been dedicated to Our Lady. In addition, the Gothic structure is unique in these parts of the country, where otherwise all churches are Romanesque. Its walls contain the remains of a much older building.

Wikipedia: Øsby Kirke (DA)

4. Det hvide vandtårn

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The White Water Tower at the bypass in Haderslev was built due to urban development, which in the early 50s required another water tower in the town. A local was the master builder of the tower, master carpenter and contractor Chr. Jørgensen, architect was Vagn Thorborg and the engineering firm Christen Ostenfeld & W. Jønson was the design designer.

Wikipedia: Det hvide vandtårn (Haderslev) (DA)

5. Slesvigske Musikhus

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Schleswig Music Hall is a concert hall in Haderslev, Denmark, which was inaugurated on 21 November 2008 and has been created in collaboration between the Danish Defence, A. P. Møller og Hustru Chastine Mc-Kinney Møllers Fond til almene Formaal and Haderslev Municipality.

Wikipedia: Slesvigske Musikhus (DA), Website

6. Sønder Starup Kirke

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Sønder Starup Church is a medieval village church in Starup, close to the south bank of Haderslev Fjord. It is South Jutland's oldest church and only travertine church and also the only three-nave village church (basilica).

Wikipedia: Sønder Starup Kirke (DA), Website

7. Hertug Hans Kirke

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Duke Hans Hospital and the associated Duke Hans Hospital Church on Sønderbro in Haderslev are a testimony to the fact that the leaders of the Reformation movement had an eye and thought for the small and weak in society.

Wikipedia: Hertug Hans Hospitalskirke (DA), Website

8. Det røde vandtårn

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The Red Water Tower or Haderslev Water Tower is a water tower that is no longer used as a water tower, located in Haderslev. It has become a landmark of the city and is symbolic of, among other things, the Gorge Festival.

Wikipedia: Det røde vandtårn (Haderslev) (DA)

9. Kløften

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Gorge is a folk park in Haderslev, located immediately north of the city centre. The park is nationally known due to the annual Gorge Festival, which is held a weekend around Sankthans on the entire park area.

Wikipedia: Kløften (DA)


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