Skagen’s buried church (Den tilsandede kirke) was built in the 14th century, gradually buried by quicksand, and is now a museum.
This church was built in the 14th century. It was buried by quicksand in the 18th century. Only the spire is left. Today, the church has become a museum with a white appearance that is particularly eye-catching.
A very unique landscape, a very cute little white church, which will slowly be buried by quicksand year by year, and it is still possible to go in and visit, and it is very eye-catching in a wilderness.
The church is located in the nature reserve southwest of Skagen. This medieval church still stands on the sand dunes. It is spectacular!
A small white church in shape, lonely on the sand dunes, is particularly eye-catching.