List of churches in Holbæk Municipality

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1: Hjembaek-Svinninge 2: Kundby 3: Gislinge 4: Hagested 5: Horby 6: Udby 7: Oro 8: Butterup-Tuse 9: Sostrup 10: Tveje Merlose 11: Sankt Nicolai 12: Vipperod 13: Jyderup 14: Stigs Bjergby 15: Morkov 16: Norre Jernlose 17: Holmstrup 18: Skamstrup-Frydendal 19: Sonder Jernlose 20: Kvanlose 21: Sondersted 22: Undlose 23: Ugerlose 24: Tollose 25: Soderup 26: Store Tastrup 27: Kirke Eskilstrup Holbaek municipality numbered.svg
1: Hjembæk-Svinninge 2: Kundby 3: Gislinge 4: Hagested 5: Hørby 6: Udby 7: Orø 8: Butterup-Tuse 9: Søstrup 10: Tveje Merløse 11: Sankt Nicolai 12: Vipperød 13: Jyderup 14: Stigs Bjergby 15: Mørkøv 16: Nørre Jernløse 17: Holmstrup 18: Skamstrup-Frydendal 19: Sønder Jernløse 20: Kvanløse 21: Søndersted 22: Undløse 23: Ugerløse 24: Tølløse 25: Soderup 26: Store Tåstrup 27: Kirke Eskilstrup

This list of churches in Holbæk Municipality lists church buildings in Holbæk Municipality, Denmark. The municipality is located in the west-central of the island of Zealand.

Contents

Overview

Holbæk Municipality belongs to the Diocese of Roskilde, a diocese within the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Denmark. It is divided into 27 parishes.

List

NameLocationYearCoordinatesImageRefs
Ågerup Church Ågerup 12th century 55°39′47.9″N11°45′47.7″E / 55.663306°N 11.763250°E / 55.663306; 11.763250 Agerup Kirke 20110312-032.jpg
Butterup Church Butterup 12th century 55°42′1.74″N11°37′17.29″E / 55.7004833°N 11.6214694°E / 55.7004833; 11.6214694 Butterup (Holbaek).jpg
Frydendal Church Fårevejle 04-08-23-f1-copie 2 Frydendal (Holbaek).jpg
Gislinge Church Gislinge c. 1100 Nordenskirker Gislinge(01).jpg [1]
Grandløse VhurchGrandløsec. 1150 55°41′21.02″N11°43′46.25″E / 55.6891722°N 11.7295139°E / 55.6891722; 11.7295139 Grandlose-Kirke.jpg
Hagested ChurchHagested 04-11-06-a3-copie 2 Hagested (Holbaek).jpg [2]
Hjembæk ChurchLumsås 05-01-22-f1 copie Hjembaek kirke (Holbaek).jpg
Holmstrup ChurchHolmstrup 05-03-20-m1 Holmstrup kirke (Holbaek).jpg
Hørby ChurchHørby 04-09-05-c4-copie Horby kirke (Holbaek).jpg
Jyderup Church Jyderup 05-01-22-e8 copie Jyderup kirke (Holbaek).jpg
Kirke Eskilstrup Church Kirke Eskilstrup 04-08-11-h2-copie 2 Kirke Eskilstrup kirke (Holbaek).jpg [3]
Knudby ChurchKnudby Kundby kirke 2 (Holbaek).jpg [4]
Kvanløse ChurchKvanløse Kvanlose kirke (Holbaek).jpg
Mørkøv Church Mørkøv 12th century 55°39′47.9″N11°45′47.7″E / 55.663306°N 11.763250°E / 55.663306; 11.763250 Nordenskirker Moerkoev01.jpg [5]
Mørkøv Kirkeby Church
Nørre Jernløse Kirke Nørre Jernløse Nordenskirker Njernloese01.jpg
Orø Church Orø 13th century 55°45′29″N11°48′28″E / 55.75806°N 11.80778°E / 55.75806; 11.80778 Nordenskirker Oroe01.jpg [6]
St Nicolas' Church Holbæk 1872 55°42′58.67″N11°42′48.95″E / 55.7162972°N 11.7135972°E / 55.7162972; 11.7135972 Agerup Kirke 20110312-032.jpg [7]
St Stephen' Church Andelslandsbyen Nyvang Sankt Stefans Kirke, andelslandsbyen Nyvang.jpg
Skamstrup Church Stenstrup Nordenskirker Skamstrupz01.jpg [8]
Soderup Church Soderup 55°36′21.72″N11°47′59.13″E / 55.6060333°N 11.7997583°E / 55.6060333; 11.7997583 Nordenskirker Soderup11.jpg [9]
Stigs Bjergby Church Stigs Bjergby Stigs Bjergby kirke (Holbaek).jpg
Store Tåstrup ChurchStore Tåstrup Store Tastrup kirke (Holbaek).jpg
Svinninge Church Svinninge 12th century 55°42′14.51″N11°27′37.13″E / 55.7040306°N 11.4603139°E / 55.7040306; 11.4603139 Nordenskirker Svinninge(01).jpg [10]
Sønder Asmindrup ChurchSønder Asmindrup Nordenskirker sasmindrup(01).jpg [11]
Sønder Jernløse ChurchSønder Jernløse Nordenskirker Sjernloese(02).jpg [12]
Søndersted ChurchSøstrup Sondersted kirke (Holbaek).jpg
Søstrup Church Holbæk Sostrup kirke (Holbaek).jpg
Tuse Church Tuse Agerup Kirke 20110312-032.jpg [13]
Tveje Merløse KirkeTveje Merløse 55°41′33.7″N11°41′55.1″E / 55.692694°N 11.698639°E / 55.692694; 11.698639 Nordenskirker Paray01.jpg [14]
Tølløse Church Tølløse c. 1100 55°36′53.11″N11°44′43.12″E / 55.6147528°N 11.7453111°E / 55.6147528; 11.7453111 Gammel Tollose.jpg
Udby Church Udby c. 1100 55°45′20.16″N11°42′30.96″E / 55.7556000°N 11.7086000°E / 55.7556000; 11.7086000 Udby Kirke, Tuse Naes 2009-10-14 005.jpg
Ugerløse Church Ugerløse 1876 55°35′8.64″N11°39′15.17″E / 55.5857333°N 11.6542139°E / 55.5857333; 11.6542139 Ugerlose-Kirke (02).jpg
Undløse Church Undløse 1872 55°36′21.39″N11°34′56.37″E / 55.6059417°N 11.5823250°E / 55.6059417; 11.5823250 Undlose-Kirke (01).jpg [15]

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References

  1. "Gislinge Kirke" (in Danish). Retrieved 2014-08-28.
  2. "Hagested Kirke" (in Danish). Retrieved 2014-08-28.
  3. "Fårevejle Kirke" (in Danish). Retrieved 2014-08-28.
  4. "Knudby Kirke" (in Danish). Retrieved 2014-08-28.
  5. "Mørkøv Kirke" (in Danish). Retrieved 2014-08-28.
  6. "Orø Kirke" (in Danish). Retrieved 2014-08-28.
  7. "Holbæk Sankt Nikolai kirke" (in Danish). Retrieved 2016-03-20.
  8. "Stenstrup kirke" (in Danish). Retrieved 2016-03-20.
  9. "Soderup kirke" (in Danish). Retrieved 2016-03-20.
  10. "Svinninge kirke" (in Danish). Retrieved 2016-03-20.
  11. "Sønder Asmindrup kirke" (in Danish). Retrieved 2016-03-20.
  12. "Sønder Jernløse kirke" (in Danish). Retrieved 2016-03-20.
  13. "Tuse kirke" (in Danish). Retrieved 2016-03-20.
  14. "Tveje Merløse Kirke" (in Danish). Retrieved 2016-03-20.
  15. "Undløse kirke" (in Danish). Retrieved 2016-03-20.