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Maarup Kirke, Lonstrup
Categories: Churches, Tourist Spots
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Scary to see how much the ocean can take of the coastline. Prepare yourself and see some pictures just some years behind to see the difference
Har ville se denne kirke i nogle år. Og har siddet og søgt info på den. Kunne ikke helt finde ud af om den stadig stod der eller om den var røgt i havet. Så som et punktum for undren over det for den ... read more »Have wanted to see this church in a few years. And have sat and looked for info on it. Couldn't quite figure out whether it still stood there or whether it was røgt in the sea. So as a sentence for wonder at it for the stand it no longer. But it is a strange feeling to go somewhere where there has been life and still are remnants left of it in the form of half a cemetery and a small teæ Tower. Here you look really nature's forces who have been at the game.show original
Man mangler en planche der fortæller lidt om kirken, hvorfor den er nedtaget og hvor resterne skal hen (el. genopbygges) det er kun besøgende der har været her før der kan forestille sig hvordan det h... read more »You are missing a plate that tells a little about the Church, why it is dismantled and where remains are going (or rebuilt) it's only visitors who have been here before who can imagine how it has set out, and can observe how much the sea have taken by the cemetery.show original
A beautiful place, must visit when you're there.
Thomas ZschockeltThe remains of the Church are completely removed and stored. Only the large anchor is still there. Parts of the cemetery are plunged in the sea. The rest will be also away in 2-3 years. Nevertheless a very nice area. The cliff changes quickly and violently.show original
Nicole VejpadanskNow it is history... The Church visited about 12 years ago, roofless admired about 4 years ago and now "gone". The cliff swallows really much land here.show original
Tonni JensenSad that this little gem will soon disappear. For a little over thirty years ago I saw the Church as it was built.show original
Joan KjeldsenSad that the Church is gone.show original
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