When you go for a drive in the countryside, you will see many churches - both in the towns and in the countryside. If you visit one or more of them, you will experience lovely frescos and beautifully decorated churches.
Sindal KirkeThis church is located to the northwest of town, where the old town of Sindal was located.
Lendum KirkeThe first stone church on the site was presumably a Roman ashlar building built around 1200.
The church Bjergby Kirke has belonged to the manor house Odden. The church was built in 12th century.
Mosbjerg Church The church consists of a choir (quire), nave and a porch (weapon deposit).
The Bistrup Church in Hjørring is a modern church, built with very interior of the church as the principal part and with different adjoining rooms.
Late norman Church built in the 12th Century.
St. Olai ChurchThe oldest of the churches of Hjørring is said to be St. Olai, dedicated to the Norwegian king Olaf II, the Saint, and erected by his son, Magnus the Good, who was the king of Denmark...
Tolne KirkeThe church consists of a choir and nave with the porch to the north.
St. Catherine’s ChurchPlaced in the center of Hjørring and dedicated to the Holy Catherine of Alexandra, who was beheaded by the Emperor Maxentius in 307, because she would not abjure her Christian ...
Sindal BykirkeThe Town Church in Sindal was built in 1910. Fresco paintings by Elof Risebye in the choir.
Hørmsted ChurchThe church, built in the middle of the twelfth century, is a Roman ashlar church without a tower.
St. Hans’s ChurchThe church is dedicated to St. John the Baptist.
Mygdal Church The church dates from the 13th century. It is built in a Romanesque style with round arched windows and door sills, externally the walls are divided into fields and shutters.
Hjørring BaptistkirkeWe are a Christian "Free Church".