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Sønderbro Church

Sønderbro church is one of the most recently built churches in Horsens. It was designed by the architect Paul Nieport, and built during 1969-1971.

Sønderbro church represents modern church architecture, utilizing the resilience of reinforced concrete and the playful nature of indirect light and luminous variations on broken surfaces. The church has 4 church bells, which have all been manufactured in the Netherlands.  

The church’s sloping floors, which have been inspired by cinematic traditions, provide a better view for the church goers, and make the surroundings seem more intimate.

 For more information, see: sogn.dk/soenderbro/