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Rislev Church

Rislev Church has a Romanesque choir and nave with two Gothic accretions. On the choir wall behind the altar is an interesting Gothic rood arch crucifix, which was probably carved in the 15th century, but shows features indicating a much older stylistic period. The Romanesque granite font was cut in one stone and has a brass basin from about 1628. The pulpit is in modern Gothic style and dates back to 1863.

Leaflets providing more information are available in the church vestibule.