13 Sights in Kolding, Denmark (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Kolding, 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 13 sights are available in Kolding, Denmark.

List of cities in Denmark Sightseeing Tours in Kolding

1. Gøhlmanns Vandtårn

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Gøhlmanns Vandtårn, Gøhlmannstårnet or Vandtårnet on Gøhlmannsvej is a water tower built in 1916 located on Gøhlmannsvej in Kolding. The water tower is named after Peter Jørgen Gøhlmann, who was an important businessman in Kolding for many years. The tower was designed by Andreas Thomsen Hagerup, who later designed two other water towers for Kolding Municipality, but was a copy of a water tower in Nykøbing Falster built in 1908-9. The tower is now owned by TRE-FOR, which in April 2008 celebrated World Water Day by giving visitors access to the tower.

Wikipedia: Gøhlmanns Vandtårn (DA)

2. Dalby Kirke

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Dalby Church Church was built by royal building inspector L. A. Winstrup, who also rebuilt and newly built other churches in Kolding's surroundings. The church is built of red brick on a solid granite plinth and is built in mainly neo-Romanesque and neo-Gothic style. The first stone for the present Dalby Church was laid on 24 April 1872. A year and a half later, on October 12, 1873, the church was consecrated by the parish priest, later the diocesan dean Mouritz Mørk Hansen. The church was renovated in 1971 and 1998-99.

Wikipedia: Dalby Kirke (Kolding Kommune) (DA)

3. Det Gamle Borgerhus

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The Old Citizen's Home or Shoemaker's Home is the oldest cold home, which was probably built in 1589. The house is located on St. Cross Street, and the area is likely to be classified as one of the scts. In this regard, I would like to stress that we must provide more information to our citizens in the coming years. We must provide them with more information in the next few years. This house was probably built or rebuilt after the cold ice fire that ravaged the East in 1583.

Wikipedia: Det gamle borgerhus (DA)

4. Vandtårn Øst

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The water tower on Sjællandsvej in Kolding is called many things, including; The mushroom, the champagne cork, or the more official Water Tower East. The water tower was built in 1967. The tower was designed by the architect Henning Noes-Pedersen, who has been behind several buildings in Kolding from the 1950s until the 1970s. On August 27, 2019, it was announced that designer Christina Hembo has bought the water tower.

Wikipedia: Vandtårnet på Sjællandsvej (DA)

5. Eltang Kirke

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The first is the role of the European Parliament, which is a body composed of the European Parliament and the European Parliament. The church was built around 1100 A. D. and was later renovated and expanded to include, among other things, a weapons house and a tower. Around the church, the cemetery. Until 1889, eltang Church served as the parish church for Nerd Hill and Beach House.

Wikipedia: Eltang Kirke (DA)

6. Hesselvad stenkiste

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Hesselvad stone coffin is a so-called stone coffin from the Bronze Age, located at Hesselvad Bridge. In the 1990s, when the new Esbjerg motorway between Kolding and Esbjerg was to be built, a number of burial mounds had to be examined by archaeologists. These included the burial mound Bredhøj, south of Lejerskov, where the well-preserved stone coffin was found.

Wikipedia: Hesselvad stenkiste (DA)

7. Dansk Sygeplejehistorisk Museum

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The Danish Museum of Nursing History opened in 1999, in connection with the Danish Nursing Council's 100th anniversary, and is located at Hotel Koldingfjord, on the north side of Kolding Fjord. The museum houses an exhibition, a library and an archive of nursing history.

Wikipedia: Dansk Sygeplejehistorisk Museum (DA), Website

8. Harteværket

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The plant is a cold-type hydroelectric power plant, built in 1918-1920, is Denmark's first large-scale hydroelectric power plant. The power station takes advantage of Denmark's largest water level of 25-26 meters. It now operates as an experience center for scenic spots.

Wikipedia: Harteværket (DA)

9. Harte Kirke

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Harte church was built in the late 1100s in Romanesque style. Like many churches from this time, the foundation is made of hewn granite blocks. The church is located on top of a hill on the southern side of Kolding Ådal and has been rebuilt and restored several times.

Wikipedia: Harte Kirke (DA)

10. Staldgården

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Staldgården in Kolding is located east of and next to Koldinghus and was established at the same time: in the 1300s. The current buildings were built in the 1600s and consist of three wings and have mainly been used by the military.

Wikipedia: Staldgården (DA)

11. Kristkirken

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Kristkirken is Kolding's largest church, located on Haderslevvej and holds 700 seats. The church is the main church in The Parish of Christ Church. The building was inaugurated in 1925 and is built in neoclassical style.

Wikipedia: Kristkirken (Kolding) (DA), Website

12. Sankt Nicolai Kirke

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Sankt Nicolai Church is Kolding's oldest church, built in the 1200s of red bricks and located at Nicolaiplads 3. The church has undergone extensive renovations several times, it has had its current appearance since 1886.

Wikipedia: Sankt Nicolai Kirke (Kolding) (DA), Website

13. Bramdrup Kirke

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The Bram Drop Church, located north of the cold top of the Bram Drop Dam, was built in a simple, romantic style. There, there is little exterior decoration, and the foundation is made of carved granite bricks.

Wikipedia: Bramdrup Kirke (DA)


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