Photographer's Note

You're right, Malgo! Here is the church itself, and I just noticed that I took it on my wife's birthday.

For the other TE members:
"The brick building now has the overall appearance of a Gothic church. It consists of a nave divided into two sections of different breadths, a short polygonal chancel and a west tower. If the chancel was indeed rebuilt in the 1460s, it was no doubt inspired by that of Maribo Cathedral. The original Romanesque nave was divided by centrally located columns but the Gothic reconstruction was higher, had three vaulted bays and lateral aisles. On the north side of the chancel, there is a modern sacristy. The chancel, which also has lateral aisles, terminates with a polygonal eastern end which was completed in the early 16th century before the Reformation. Comprehensive restoration of the building was completed under the leadership of the architect H.B. Storck in 1909."

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