Things to see and do - Stege
Stege Travel guide
Stege : Michelin's recommendations
The island's main town is the only one in Denmark whose medieval moat and ramparts are still in a good state - one of the three fortified gates, mølleporten, remains. Near Mølleporten, at no 75 Storegade, Empiregården, an old merchant's house, contains Møns Museum (Møns Museet), where visitors can see a collection of prehistoric objects. Set back from the market square (Torvet) is the Gothic church, built in the 13C, extended in the 15C and decorated with fine frescoes with floral motifs.
Tourist attractions Stege : Things to see and do
These white chalk cliffs covered with a thick coat of dark trees extend over several kilometres and dominate the sea from a height of 128m at their highest point. They formed when glacial deposits were eroded by the sea. Several footpaths lead throug..
Three churches are renowned, and rightly so, for their extensive and beautiful wall paintings and because they present remarkable examples of 15C narrative paintings. The paintings in Keldby Kirke illustrate various Old and New Testament scenes; thos..
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Three of Møn Island's churches are renowned for their 15C narrative paintings. The Elmelunde Master decorated the church of the village where he was born with biblical scenes, including superb portrayals of the Last Judgment and Christ Enthroned.
Provstestræde 4 DK - 4780 Stege
This motel is next to the Stege Church in central Stege, only 20 km from the White Cliffs of Møn. It offers free Wi-Fi, private parking and a large garden. All guest rooms at Motel Stege have a seating area, a work desk and a tea/coffee maker. Some ..