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The Moravian Church, Christiansfeld

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  • This is a must see in Christiansfeld. The church is very different compared to any other church I have ever seen. Everything from the layout to decoration is not like anything I have ever seen. When t...  more »
  • We enjoyed what the guide told us about the masses and the church's history, but the church without the background stories is not really interesting.  more »
  • This is fantastic. You will get the full idea when walking with a guide- but the center of the Town is need. Read about the UNESCO-Town before going there, and you will be surprised. Christiansfeld is...  more »
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  • This church is very unique compared to traditional Danish churches due to this church being built, and is still in use by, the local Moravians. It is definitely worth visiting this church, even if just to take in the beautiful view inside.
  • In fact, the entire city is a tourist attraction. It is the Centre of the old town and the Moravian Church, with its bright, spacious, simple and at the same time impressive Hall and the nearby cemetery. Its architecture is well preserved, which was one of the reasons why it was launched as a tentative UNESCO World Heritage site in the year 1993 and finally included in the main list in the year 2015. Unusual architecture for Denmark, but if you were in Moravia, then you there's nothing to be surprised. We got off the track only because mark UNESCO and were somewhat disappointed.
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  • Great exciting and different Church, with an exciting history.
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  • Exciting, but very quiet without anything open a Sunday morning.
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  • Christiansfeld, a Moravian Church settlement (UNESCO World Heritage culture)
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