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Voer Church

The church of Voer

In the middle of the parish of Voer, only 300 metres from the geometric centre, a church was built on the top of a lightly hilly country, which is placed a little higher than the surrounding distances.

The origin of the church dates back to the time of the Valdemars, but the church has been rebuilt several times and the original style has disappeared. The choir, the nave and the under part of the steeple of the church were built of cut granite stones. In the church, there is an impressing epitaph, which is unique to other sand stone works from the Renaissance in Denmark.