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Elmelunde Kirke

Leonora Christines Vej 1, Stege, Moen 4780, Denmark
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One of the nicest churches on the Klintevej ("churches road") of Moen

This church is both typical (exterior architecture) and unique (fantastic frescoes inside), and... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Gerard P
Paris, France
Worth a visit

The church locate in the small village is worth a visit for its wall paintings. Allthough the... read more

Reviewed 5 April 2017
Copenhagen, Denmark
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Leonora Christines Vej 1, Stege, Moen 4780, Denmark
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This church is both typical (exterior architecture) and unique (fantastic frescoes inside), and well worth a visit. Other churches on the Klintevej include Fanefjord Kirke, Keldby, Borre and Magleby (Klintholm). Beware, the church closes down early (e.g. at 4:45PM in August)!

Thank Gerard P
Reviewed 5 April 2017

The church locate in the small village is worth a visit for its wall paintings. Allthough the motives are religuos some of them are really weird with violence (killing of small children) half-porn (small naked teenage girls) and a strange modern touch to these very...More

Thank mikael.bjerrum
Reviewed 9 December 2016

A visit to Denmark is not complete without a visit to the Island of Mon. We were staying on Falster at the beach town of Marielyst and Mon is just a bit more than a hours drive away. There is much to see and do...More

Thank JRAsFishBabe
Reviewed 27 September 2016

We were told this was one of the oldest and most beautiful churches in the area and I must agree. Lovely Frescoes inside this well maintained church originally dating from 1085! We also enjoyed the extensive cemetery with garden outside.

Thank tpry
Reviewed 25 August 2016

Elmelunde Church is most likely the oldest stone church in the island of Møn, perhaps built in the 11th century AD. The Elmelunde Master is the name given to the nameless 16th-century artist who painted the frescoes in the churches of Elmelunde, Fanefjord and Keldby...More

Thank Hesperange
Reviewed 2 August 2016 via mobile

One of the three churches in the area famous for late mediaeval frescoes. Accessible by public bus or by car, also on the Camøno hiking path for walkers. Free admission, donations appreciated. Incidentally very good and clean public lavatories at the parking lot.

Thank GWRfanabroad
Reviewed 2 August 2016 via mobile

Do yourself the favour and stop the car and take 15-20 minutes to admire the frescoes in this 12th century church. That is what we did and we truly enjoyed it. They are up there with some of the best we have seen in Italy's...More

Thank 744olep
Reviewed 14 July 2016

The church itself is very much like many other Danish churches, but once you get inside you'll notice the difference. The walls and ceilings are covered with newly restored paintings from the 14th century by the famous Elmelunde-Mesteren. A kind of Christian grafitti.

Thank Lars1437
Reviewed 8 July 2016

Stopped there on a weekday morning, and was the only one there. Quiet and amazing frescoes inside the church.

Thank Ian W
Reviewed 9 February 2016 via mobile

Beautiful chalk paintings! Very old church with a lot of history. If you are traveling to Møns Klint, stop by and take a peek inside.

Thank Patrick C
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