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Dejbjerg Church

The Dejbjerg Church main building dates from the Romanesque period which includes the southern door and the bricked up northern door. Du- ring the Gothic period the church was made longer and porch and tower were added. In the porch notice the arcadefilling over which a sun- dial has been placed. The impressive altar piece and pulpit are from the beginning of the 1600. In the tower a few of the old - and extremely uncomfortable - rakkerbenches can be seen. These were meant for the knackers-outcasts that roamed in the area and who were allowed to participate in church service only seperated from the rest of the congregation.