6 Sights in Næstved, Denmark (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Næstved, Denmark. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Næstved, Denmark.

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1. Sankt Mortens Kirke

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St Martin's Church is located in Næstved on the Danish island of Sealand. It is one of the city's medieval churches. Known from records since approximately 1280, it is believed to have been built and put into service around 1200. The building was constructed as the city's parish church. It is dedicated to St Martin of Tours considered its patron saint. It is one of the five Church of Denmark churches in Næstved; the other four are the St Peter's Church, St John's Church, Herlufsholm Church and Holsted Church. St Martin's Church and St Peter's Church are located on perpendicular streets, the former situated on Riddergade, while the latter is on Kobmagergade.

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2. Helligåndshuset

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The House of the Holy Ghost in Næstved was built in the 1400s and the first decades of the 1500s. The eastern end of the building consists of the remains of a series of stone-built apartments from the 1400s. At the beginning of the 16th century, the house was extended to the west and had a floor added. At the newly built, western end was the Church of Our Lady. When the church was demolished in 1804, its vaults and spires were demolished. The building is characterized by the two construction dates, and the difference is most evident between the original apartments at the east end and the former church room at the west end.

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3. Boderne

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The stalls or stone booths are a collection of townhouses from the Middle Ages built in Næstved. They are located just south of St. Peders Church on a slope down towards Susåen. The complex consists of three interconnected buildings called Gotschalk's stalls, Vesthuset and Tuesens Stalls. Gotschalk's stalls are sometimes also called the stone stones. There was another midding house, which was a Latin school, which was demolished in the late 1800s. "Bod" is old Danish and means rental housing.

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4. Tuesens Badstue

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Tuesens Badstue was a sauna in Næstved, built around 1480 by Mayor Mogens Tuesen, who also erected the latest part of the stalls close by. It was built down to Susåen. The ruins are preserved underground, while the visible stones are simply set up to mark the place.

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5. Munkebakken

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Monk Mountain, as its name implies, is the second central hill in the South Soul Land. It is part of the mogenstrup lock that extends from the munebok to the southeast. Its 48 mo is one of the tallest places in the city, and the area covers 2 hectares.

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6. Sankt Peders Kirke

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St. Peter's Church is located at Næstved on the Danish island of Zealand. St. Peter's is situated in the Næstved parish of the Diocese of Roskilde of the Church of Denmark. The church is one of Denmark's foremost Gothic buildings.

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