10 Sights in Hjørring Municipality, Denmark (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Hjørring 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 10 sights are available in Hjørring Municipality, Denmark.

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1. Mygdal Kirke

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Mygdal Kirke © 2009 by Tomasz Sienicki [user: tsca, mail: tomasz.sienicki at gmail.com] / CC BY 3.0

Mygdal Church is a church in Mygdal Parish in the former Vennebjerg Herred, Hjørring County, now Hjørring Municipality in Vendsyssel. The chancel and nave were built of brick 1200-1250, the choir may have had an apse. The neat plinth profile is partly shaped in granite. The chancel and nave are externally adorned with the region's characteristic lisens and round-arch friezes. The pointed arch connector of the bricked south door is internally accompanied by a saw change, the north door is in the original bearing but is somewhat expanded. In the walls of the nave are bricked round-arch windows. The North Chapel was built in the 1500s by Christoffer Lunge for Odden manor as a burial chapel for the family. The west gable was rebuilt in the 1600s, the east gable in 1846. In the cemetery, N. P. Madsen-Mygdal is buried.

Wikipedia: Mygdal Kirke (DA)

2. Bodilshøj Mølle

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Bodilshøj Mølle or Børglum Kloster Mølle is a Dutch windmill located just north of Børglum Kloster in Hjørring Municipality in Vendsyssel. It is located on the 53.78 meter high Bodilshøj, which is ancient mound; It is with a brick undermill and an octagonal chip-covered upper mill of wood, and with a bulbous hat; It has a wingspan of 11 m. The original mill on the site was built in 1860, but burned, and the current one is from 1887, and has been restored in 1963. One wing broke and the others were damaged in a storm in the winter of 2000-2001, but by 2003 money had been raised for a repair. At Bodilshøj there is also a holy spring, Sankt Bodils Kilde.

Wikipedia: Bodilshøj Mølle (DA)

3. Morild Kirke

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Morild Kirke Hideko Bondesen / CC BY-SA 2.5

Morild Church is a church in Tårs Parish in the former Børglum Herred Hjørring County, now Hjørring Municipality in Vendsyssel. The church was built in 1908-09 by architect Carl Harild. The church consists of a chancel and nave with the chancel to the south, to the west a rather large porch. The patterned masonry of the masonry is inspired by the area's late Romanesque brick churches.

Wikipedia: Morild Kirke (DA)

4. Sejlstrup Kirke

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Sejlstrup Church is a Romanesque church built in carved squares of granite, in the period ca. 1100-1200. It is located in Sejlstrup Parish in Hjørring Municipality. It is a small church without a tower; The porch is added later. The nave and chancel have beamed ceilings. The church was restored in 1907, during which the original pulpit was destroyed during a fire.

Wikipedia: Sejlstrup Kirke (DA)

5. Vrejlev Kirke

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Vrejlev Church was from the beginning the monastery church of Vrejlev Monastery, which belonged to the Premonstratensian order. The monastery was established by monks in about 1165, but around 1200 the monastery burned down. After reconstruction, the monastery was taken over by nuns belonging to the same order.

Wikipedia: Vrejlev Kirke (DA)

6. Vennebjerg Kirke

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Vennebjerg Church is a church in Vennebjerg Parish in Hjørring Municipality. It is built east of Klangshøj, which rises 69 m above sea level. Klangshøj is a burial mound from the Viking Age or a mound that has been associated with religious cult in the same period. The burial mound is dated via C14.

Wikipedia: Vennebjerg Kirke (DA)

7. Rubjerg Kirke

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Ruby Hill Church is a church located in the Corner Commune and, in its present image, it originated in 1904. Churches are listed by Architect k. Heating using materials and furniture from the former Roman tassel church, which sits in a separate sand dune area after escaping.

Wikipedia: Rubjerg Kirke (DA)

8. Børglum Kloster

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Børglum Abbey was an important Premonstratensian abbey of medieval Denmark, located in Børglum parish, in the commune of Hjørring, approximately five kilometers east of Løkken in north central Jutland from the 12th century until reformation.

Wikipedia: Børglum Abbey (EN)

9. Rubjerg Knude lighthouse

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Rubjerg Knude Lighthouse is on the coast of the North Sea in Rubjerg, in the Jutland municipality of Hjørring in northern Denmark. It was first lit on 27 December 1900. Construction of the lighthouse began in 1899.

Wikipedia: Rubjerg Knude Lighthouse (EN), Website

10. Hæstrup Kirke

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Hæstrup Kirke © 2009 by Tomasz Sienicki [user: tsca, mail: tomasz.sienicki at gmail.com] / CC BY 3.0

Hæstrup Church is the parish church in Hæstrup Parish in Hjørring Søndre Provsti. The parish is located in Hjørring Municipality; until the municipal reform in 1970 it was located in Børglum Herred.

Wikipedia: Hæstrup Kirke (DA)


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