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Skagen Church
Denmark

The neoclassical Skagen Church was build in 1841. The first architect was royal building director C.F. Hansen. But later when the church became too small for the growing population and the church were expanden architect Ulrik Plesner took over with help on the interior by the famous designer and architect Th. Bindesbøll.

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Uploaded: 24/09/2009
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