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Huge white space with some very attractive sixteenth and seventeenth century murals, and some glorious worn gravestones. Lovely votive boat. One particularly unusual grave slab shows a skeleton grave-digger. I also particularly liked the George and the Dragon mural in which the horse seems to...More
An insight into the religious past of Aarhus along with some remarkable relics. If the opportunity arises listen to some music in the Domkirke. At the moment the organ is being re-furbished but this will be a bonus when completed.
We looked around this church for a while. It was very interesting and there was lots of detail to take in. However, when we visited the organ was being refurbished so it was obscured by scaffolding. I recommend a visit and a look around.
My wife and myself are currently on a ‘Cities of Northern Europe’ Azamara Cruise and this morning we docked at Aarhus (Danmark’s Second largest City after Copenhagen) this morning.
After visiting the nearby town of Randers (45 minute coach drive away - see separate Reviews)...More
The church is located in the old town. The gorgeous Romanesque basilica was started in 12th & finished in 14th century. If open, you could climb the starcase to the belfry. Sunday service is very impressive. Organ playing. Frescoes. Gravestones. Medieval chairs with names and...More