7 Sights in Sønderborg Municipality, Denmark (with Map and Images)
Explore interesting sights in Sønderborg 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 7 sights are available in Sønderborg Municipality, Denmark.List of cities in Denmark Sightseeing Tours in Sønderborg Municipality
1. Rinkenæs gamle Kirke
Rinkenæs Old Church consecrated to St. Laurentius on August 10, 1158. The church is located on a hill 4 km north of Rinkenæs. Originally, the Romanesque church was surrounded by a village, which disappeared completely around the year 1300. According to tradition, the church was originally built as a chapel belonging to Kliplev Church. A rich widow gave the land for the church and paid what the construction cost, and the residents of the area transported the building materials to the site, in addition to providing the labor for the construction. The church bell from about 1500 was hung in a wooden bell stack, but was destroyed by a storm in 1884. Instead, the bell was later moved to the west gable, where it still hangs.
2. Havnbjerg Mølle
Havnbjerg Mølle is a thatched octagonal earth-standing Dutch windmill built in 1835. The mill curls with wind rose and has self-regulating blades. The wind turbine is located on a 49-metre-high hilltop – the highest on Nordals – where it is next door to Havnbjerg Church. On the site there used to be a stump mill, which worked until a strong storm in 1776 destroyed the blades and shaft. It was initially rebuilt, but in 1835 was replaced with the current mill.
3. Rinkenæs Korskirke
Rinkenæs Cross Church is a parish church in Rinkenæs, Rinkenæs Parish. The church was consecrated on September 4, 1932 and from the same date became a parish church. The church, designed by architect Harald Lønborg-Jensen, is built as a traditional village church with a red tiled roof and a tower with a saddle roof and jagged gables.
4. Vor Frue Kirke
Notmark Church or Our Lady's Church in Notmark Parish on Als was probably built around the year 1200. The church is consecrated to Our Lady, i.e. the Mother of God, the Virgin Mary. There are still painted inaugural crosses inside the south wall of the nave and the north wall of the chancel.
5. Ketting Kirke
Ketting Church in Sønderborg Deanery and Haderslev Diocese is a church from about 1160 in the middle of the village of Ketting on Als. The 17-meter-high and 13-meter-wide tower was built in Romanesque style around 1160. In the early days, the tower was used as a refuge and fortress.
6. Havnbjerg Kirke
Harbor Hill Church in Harbor Hill, the als Idiot Church in Sonborg County, is a Roman church roughly on the list. In battle in 1140. Chorus from the late Middle Ages. Since 1370. Unified bells. In 2004. The tower was built in 1854.
7. Taksensand Fyr
Taksensand Lighthouse is a lighthouse operated by the Danish Maritime Administration, located at the end of the road Stenkobbel in the southern part of Nørreskoven on the east side of the island of Als.
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