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The parsonage of Kaj Munk, the playwright-priest murdered by the Nazis in January 1944 after preaching an Advent sermon against the Nazis in the main cathedral in Copenhagen is worth the effort it takes to visit. Finding the bucolic spot overlooking a lush wetland near...More
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Betina N, Museumsvært at Kaj Munks Praestegaard, responded to this reviewResponded 20 July 2016
Thank you for the lovely review. We hope to see you again some time. We are working on making a German and English guide so you as a visitor will get more out of the visit. Remember you are always welcome to ask...More