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Lyngby Church


Village church

The church is from the Middle ages and has no tower.
Pulpit and altar is from around 1600 with a crucifix from 1475.

In the western end of the church there is a gallery with paintings from 1737.
In the porch, which was added in the 19th century, you can see parts of a runic stone.

You can visit the church by contacting the gravedigger.