5 Sights in Sorø, Denmark (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Sorø, 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 5 sights are available in Sorø, Denmark.

List of cities in Denmark Sightseeing Tours in Sorø

1. Vandtårn

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The water tower at Sorø Station, also called Vestre Vandtårn, is a former water tower located southwest of the main building at the station in Sorø. The water tower, which was built in 1922 by DSB, was designed by K. T. Seest and is today listed together with the station's main building with eastern and western outbuildings and connecting walls. The tower, which together with the older Østre Vandtårn was to supply water to the steam locomotives, became a prototype of several towers built later, including the Water Tower at the Ringgade Bridge in Aarhus.

Wikipedia: Vandtårnet ved Sorø Station (DA)

2. Sorø Kunstmuseum

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Sorø Art Museum is an art museum located in Sorø, Denmark. It displays a representative collection of Danish art as well as a collection of Russian art, covering both painting from 1870 to 1930 and Russian icons, and also hosts special exhibitions both of classical and contemporary art. The museum is housed within a listed Neoclassical house, part of a traditional Danish market town setting along Sorø's main street, which was expanded by the architects Lundgaard & Tranberg in 2011, tripling its size.

Wikipedia: Sorø Art Museum (EN), Website

3. Pedersborg Kirke

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Pedersborg Church is a church in the small town of Pedersborg, just north of Sorø on Central Zealand. The church is significantly elevated above the surrounding landscape and Pedersborg Lake. It can thus be seen clearly when driving towards Sorø from the north and west. By itself, the church is not so large, but it has quite a "compact" appearance and thus differs from many other small churches.

Wikipedia: Pedersborg Kirke (DA)

4. Akademihaven

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Akademihaven Niels Elgaard Larsen / CC BY-SA 3.0

The academic garden of Sola Island is about. A large 15-hectare garden or park associated with Sola College, located in Sola Lake, Sola Island. It dates back to the 13th-century Monastery of Sola, and the 17th-century monastery was transformed into a French-style all-style Baroque garden. It was later rearranged as a British landscape architecture.

Wikipedia: Akademihaven i Sorø (DA)

5. Sorø Klosterkirke

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Sorø Klosterkirke is located in the Danish town of Sorø. It was founded by Danish archbishop Absalon and built by Cistercians in the period from 1161 to 1201. It is made of red brick, which was a new material for the time. It is built similar style to the Abbey of Fontenay.

Wikipedia: Sorø Klosterkirke (EN)


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