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Viborg Cathedral, Viborg
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  • Are you visiting Viborg then it is recommended to go in and see the beautiful building from the inside. You can also go up in the Cathedral Tower and get a fine views out over the former capital (Viborg was the capital and hyldningsby in conjunction with Roskilde for many years). The area around the Cathedral are also very beautiful with the Latin garden and other beautiful/cozy places very close to the Cathedral.
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  • Truly a Cathedral that should be seen. A beautiful and stunning chapel with subsequent trip in klokketåtnet so down in the museum for subsequent kik in "The hidden Church" as is Bishop Axel crypt, which is the oldest Romanesque rooms in Denmark.
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  • The Church has been visited several times over the years and each time it beats us to the room is classically beautiful and Joakim SKOVGAARD's frescos honestly will disseminate Christianity in the present tense. Honestly both because Joakim s. trying to avoid staging show strong instruments and because he integrates his historical knowledge and its grundtvigian leanings. Unfashionable? On the contrary.
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  • Cool church with a bit of history, if you're into that
  • Entre ' 10 DKK.
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  • Cathedral with very fine frescoes. Very interesting story. Well worth a visit. Take the small Skovgaard museum on the church square with on the same occasion.
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  • Muito bela a Igreja. Espero visitar com ela aberta.
  • Beautiful Cathedral, but why do you have to pay the entrance fee?
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