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Nørre Løgum Church

Romanesque/early Gothic. Paintings from 1747. Crucifix from 1525. West of the church lies Denmark's oldest vicarage from about 1600.

The church may originally have functioned as a fort to protect the town of Toender. It may also stand on an early heathen holy place.The key is obtainable from the vicar.

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