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Låsby Church

Very picturesque, roman natural stone building with ridge turret from around the 18th century.The south door is framed by a beautiful stone portal decorated with small human and animal figures in medallions on the lintels.
Remarkable roman granite font with double lions and a male head.
The choir arch holds an ornamental panel with fighting animals. 

The writer Thor Lange had a close attachment to Låsby Church and made its name well-known through his poetry.

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