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Inside Gudhjem Church
Denmark

Denne kirke blev opført efter tegning af prof. Mathias Bidstrup og indvielsen fandt sted den 3. september 1893. Den består af skib med østvendt, polygonal apsis og vesttårn med spir. Kirken er opført i rustikt tilhugne granitkvadre, og såvel skib, tårn som apsis er dækket med skifertag.

http://www.gudhjem.nu/kirke.htm

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