If the walls could talk...
A short distance outside of Lund, you find Danmarks largest village church, Tamdrup Kirke. The church is unique in itself because of its characteristic size which meant that it required great wealth to build. The church is built in an area with no other buildings and this remains true to this day. Tamdrup Kirke appears as impressively big in an area characterised by agricultural land. Inside the church, you can see the oldest frescos in Danmark, dating back to about 1125 AD.
When taking the beautiful trip around the wildlife preserve of Nørrestrand, you pass the church Vær Kirke. In the old Medieval church, you can see the graves of the famous Chancellor Peder Griffenfeld, who was sentenced to death for treason, and of baron Frederik Krag.
In Tyrsted, which today is a part of Horsens, you can see the grave of the pilgrim Peder Kæller. Tyrsted Kirke, which dates from the 1100s, is therefore often used as the start of the pilgrimages to Santiago de Compostela in Spain.