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.
The church looks very normal from outside, just like any other Danish church, but in the inside one can find amazing fresco decorations. One can read biblical stories told in a very particular primitive style and beautiful colours. It reminds of contemporary comics. Really good restoration job by the National Museum.
If I were a history buff or interested in ancient architecture, I would give this more stars. It certainly was interesting to notice the drawings on the ceilings depicting major events in the bible. There were information sheets at the entry that explain what you are seeing so be sure to pick one up as you enter. Next to the...