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Bryndum Church

Bryndum Church is a village church from the Middle Ages, Bryndum church dates from 1250 and has a special interest in architectural history, as it very instructively shows the transition from Romanesque to Gothic building customs.

The murals in the choir, from about 1275-1300, are probably influenced by German traditions, and represent, amongst other things, the patron saint of the church, St. Lawrence. The Frobenius organ with 14 stops is from 1969.