Explore interesting sights in Herning 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 6 sights are available in Herning Municipality, Denmark.
1. Rind Kirke
Rind Church is located south of Herning, and belongs to Rind Parish, together with Kollund and Kølkær Parish. It consists of Romanesque choir and nave with late Gothic tower and porch. The Romanesque parts are built in granite squares like so many typical Jutland churches. Above both the north and south doors there are lintels "tympanons", which show kinship with Gjellerup Church's lintels, and therefore it is assumed that the builder may have been the same. The church must therefore have been built around the middle of the 1100s. The church was rebuilt in 1898, and the interior restored in 1962. In 1994, a baptismal waiting room was built on the north side, with entrance via the former walled north door.
Baunekirken Østerbyvej 10 Tjørring in Herning Municipality is located as Tjørring church one kilometer away in Tjørring parish in Viborg Stift. It was designed by Kristian Kristiansen, Brede, and built in 1977. The church was established after Tjørring Church, which has 84 seats, became too small for the rapidly growing population in Herning in the 1960s.
3. Carl-Henning Pedersen og Else Alfelts Museum
Carl-Henning Pedersen and Else Alfelts Museum is an art museum in Birk outside Herning. It was inaugurated in 1976 and contains more than 4,000 works by Carl-Henning Pedersen and Else Alfelt. The main part comes from a deed of gift that Carl-Henning Pedersen issued in connection with the museum's establishment.
Heart: Herning Museum of Contemporary Art, formerly Herning Kunstmuseum, was founded in Herning, Denmark, in 1976. It opened in 1977 in Angligården, an old shirt factory designed by C. F. Møller. In 2009, it reopened in new premises designed by the American architect Steven Holl.
Clasonsborg is a forestry property and course center at Karstoft Å in Skarrild parish about 20 kilometers south of Herning. The building is often mistakenly referred to as a manor, but has never been a main yard with associated privileges.
The Mørupstenen is immediately outside Herning in the direction of Snejbjerg. The stone is of the rock Larvikit, and is one of Denmark's largest hiking blocks from the previous ice age, with an estimated weight of between 400 and 500 tons.
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