Ribe Cathedral

Ribe Cathedral is the oldest in Denmark and is from 1150.

Ribe Cathedral also called 'The Church of Our Lady' is a prominent landmark of the town Ribe and you can see this landmark for miles across the landscape before arriving at Ribe.

Ribe Cathedral was built from 1150 - 1175 and completed between 1225 and 1250. It`s the first Christian church in Denmark and is built of a soft porous rock called Tufa, and this material was brought up from Cologne in Germany. The most notable features of the church interior are the 16th-century frescoes, but also the modern mosaics by the famous Danish artist Carl-Henning Pedersen.

Contact

Torvet
6760 Ribe
Ribe, South Jutland
Denmark
Web
ribe-domkirke.dk
Phone
+45 75 42 06 19

Getting there

Find routes to this destination.

Coordinates