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The Belfry in Faaborg

In the middle of Faaborg, a bell tower stands back from the city's first church, Skt. Nikolaj church. The church from approx. 1250 was demolished after the Reformation in 1536, one allowed the bell tower to stand. Today, the bell tower still functions as a bell tower for the Faaborg parish church, the Church of the Holy Spirit, which replaced St. Nikolai church as a parish church when it was demolished.

A visit to the bell tower offers the opportunity to see the medieval building's stunning structures up close with vaulted ceilings and large oak structures that lift the tower to a height of 31 meters. If you take the trip to the top of the tower you are rewarded with the opportunity for a fantastic view over Faaborg and the archipelago.

It will be possible to arrange visits / guided tours in and around the Clock Tower - all year round. A great idea for anniversaries or as a gift, price 400 DKK. Schools are free.