9 Sights in Lolland Municipality, Denmark (with Map and Images)
Explore interesting sights in Lolland 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 9 sights are available in Lolland Municipality, Denmark.List of cities in Denmark Sightseeing Tours in Lolland Municipality
1. Bursø Kirke
Bursø Church is located in the middle of Bursø by Maribo County on Lolland. It is a charcoal church from the early 1400s and (probably) dedicated to Saint Dionysius. The walls are of red brick over a double sloping plinth bearing corner lisens. They are best preserved on the chancel and some modified on the nave. The Romanesque choir is also unusually rich in fine brick details – intersecting round arches, saw shifters and tooth cuts. In the chancel gable is an original round-arch window bricked up – all others have been expanded in recent times. The late Romanesque nave has been extended to the west and has a preserved cornice with a rough frieze on the south side during a renewed saw change. The nave's folded round-arch doors both sit in brick projections. The porch was built in 1870 and fitted with a vault. The women's entrance on the north side is walled and placed in a protrusion in the wall. The ceiling in the church room is flat. 125 seats.
2. Kappel Stubmølle
Kappel Mølle is a stub mill in Kappel on the westernmost part of Lolland south of Nakskov. It is probably built around 1730, but possibly somewhat older. The mill is covered with straw – as one of only two preserved thatched stubble mills in Denmark and the board cladding is painted Swedish red. In 1844, the mill was thoroughly modernized and equipped with a shell grinder. The mill was in operation as a grain mill until 1934 and was sold in 1936 to an independent institution, ''Kappel Stubmølle og Hellig Trefoldighedskilde''.
3. Reventlow-Museet Pederstrup
Reventlow Museum Pederstrup is a cultural history museum that, based on the life and family of the statesman C. D. F. Reventlow, tells the time when enlightenment thoughts and a budding romanticism created the basis for modern Denmark with people at the center. The museum is housed in Pederstrup on West Lolland and is part of Museum Lolland-Falster.
4. Halsted Church
Halsted Church stands in the little village of Halsted some 6 km east of Nakskov on the Danish island of Lolland. Dating from the second half of the 12th century, the church has a Romanesque chancel and nave, a large burial chapel from 1636 and a tower from 1877. The church was closely associated with Halsted Priory, which has not survived.
5. Fejø Kirke
Fejø Church is located on Fejø in smålandsfarvandet close to the island's southeast-facing beach. It is a Romanesque building from 1240 with a late Romanesque choir and nave built in the period 1260-1300. However, the powerful west-facing tower and porch are built in the Gothic style.
6. Købelev Kirke
Købelev Church is a parish church in the village of Købelev on Lolland in southeastern Denmark. It consists of a Late Romanesque chancel and nave and a Late Gothic tower. The poets Poul Martin Møller and Christian Winther grew up in the associated rectory to the west of the church.
7. Arninge Kirke
Arninge Church is a Late Romanesque church in the little village of Arninge, some 8 km (5.0 mi) south of Nakskov on the Danish island of Lolland. Built of red brick in the 13th century, it has an intricately carved auricular altarpiece created by Henrik Werner in 1644.
8. Krønge Kirke
Krønge Church is located on central Lolland and is a Romanesque church built in red brick. It consists of a chancel, nave and porch, but has no tower. Both the chancel and nave are flat-ceilinged. It has several round-arched windows and a bricked-up door to the north.
9. Kong Svends Høj
Kong Svends Høj is a passage grave on the island of Lolland in Denmark, immediately north of Pederstrup. The chamber in the mound is 12.5 metres (41 ft) long and it is one of Denmark's largest and most famous passage graves.
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