6 Sights in Struer Municipality, Denmark (with Map and Images)
Explore interesting sights in Struer 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 6 sights are available in Struer Municipality, Denmark.List of cities in Denmark Sightseeing Tours in Struer Municipality
1. Jegindø Kirke
Jegindø Church is located on Jegindø. The church was consecrated on 22 June 1919 by Bishop Christian Ludwigs from Aalborg. It replaced an older church built in the late 1100s. The older church measured in length only a little over 10 meters until 1883, when the nave was expanded by just over four meters to the west. However, on April 21, 1918, the old church was used for the last time, and on June 10 of the same year, the foundation stone was laid for the new church. Of the old church, only the choir has been preserved as a sacristy in the new church.
2. Venø Kirke
On the island, we can see our friends. It was probably built in the early stages of the Reformation, that is, circa 1536, and was used for corners and improvements in battle stones listed as sewers and monks' roofs. The floor of the church is made of uneven match stone, the ceiling is always made of wood, and the roof is covered with barley straw. The church is a so-called cult church, that is. There is no tower.
3. Hjerm Østre Kirke
Hjerm Østre Kirke is located approx. three kilometers northeast of Hjerm and about six kilometers southeast of Struer. The church was built in 1904 in red brick with short cross arms and tower in the west with tall pyramid spire. The style is simple, neo-Gothic with whitewashed pointed arch vaults. In 2004, the church received a new altar section and a new altarpiece.
4. Resen Kirke
Resen Church is located by old country roads between Holstebro and Oddesund Færgested. The church was originally built in the Valdemar period, but in the early 1700s a burial chapel was built on the south side and in 1792 the church was provided with a new tower to replace the previous round tower.
5. Vejrum Kirke
Vejrum Church is located in Vejrum Kirkeby, about three kilometers south of Struer. The church was built of boulder ashlar in the 1100s and contains, among other things, a medieval altarpiece made around 1450 in Nottingham in England.
6. Fousing Kirke
Foss Church is a small fringed stone church near the monastery. The church itself originated around 1200, while the tower dates from 1783. The altar of the church is a rare group of bedridden figures.
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