Denmark: Aarhus Cathedral
Aarhus Cathedral, dating back to the 13th century is tallest and also the longest church in Denmark – 96 m (315 ft) in highly and 93 m (305 ft) in length. It was originally built as a Romanesque church, but then greatly expanded as a grand Gothic cathedral in the 15th century. The church is impressive from the outside with a single spire of a tower, rising high above the old town. The interior is even more amazing, with the winged altar from 1497 with carved figures, 16th century pulpit, two organs, a font, many paintings and frescoes.