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Sct Nicolai Church and Henner Friisers House in Middelfart
Denmark

In the center of the old town Middelfart you find Sct. Nicolai Church and Henner Friisers House.

Henner Friisers House (the red/black half-timbered house) is next to the church the eldest house in Middelfart. Today it's a museum where you can learn about the history of the town and life by The Small Belt.

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Uploaded: 15/07/2009
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Tags: museum; church; history; middelfart; denmark
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