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Hodde Church

Hodde Church is an almost unique example of a long nave, built in early Gothic style about 1300. The tower and the porch were added in late medieval times and the whole building therefore remains almost unchanged since the Middle Ages. The chancel arc was not bricked up until 1924. On the arch hangs a crucifix from 1475. The church bell is, like the church, from about 1300.

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