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Nødebo Church

Nødebo Church is North Seeland's oldest church. The oldest parts of the building  date back to Roman times, i.e. 13th. century. Around year 1400 the church got vaults  and simultaneously an extension to the west was built and with walls so thick that there may have been planned to put on a tower. However, instead a ridge turret tower was built in 1739 as a substitute for a detached bell tower.

Open for visit by agreement with the sexton on tel. +45 20476867 or graver@live.dk.