Tunø church listed in young gothic time (c. 1300). It is in the late Gothic period has been extended with a porch, west tower and a choir extension eastward. At the same time were inserted cross vault in the original building, the church received its stepped gable twin-tip curved high glare. In 1801 the tower underwent a transformation since its uppers decorated to beacon with a flame height of 31 meters above sea level. Of the original church young gothic have just kept it pointed arches and a doorway walled up peak window at the door. Women die in church north side is walled up, but nevertheless discernible in the masonry.
By: Holger Novotny Thomsen