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Køge Church - Tower Sct. Nicolai

See Køge from above. Visit the tower in Sct. Nicolai Church during the school summer holidays and experience a part of the church with history dating back to 1324.

See Køge from above. Visit the tower of St. Nicolai Church in the summertime

The tower is the oldest preserved part of the church and was raised as a 4-storey building  c. 1324. The present bell chamber was added in the 15th century as the fifth storey.

The east side of the tower’s top storey has a brick bay, a lighthouse lamp from c. 1400. In the tower’s bell chamber hang five bells from the 15th and 16th centuries.

The length of the church, including tower, is 57.5 metres, width 22.75 metres.The tower is 43 metres high.

The church was completed  around 1450.

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