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Sct. Ansgars Church

1260, København K

The Roman-Catholic cathedral of Copenhagen, in use from 1842, built in classicist style at the the site of the chapel of the Austrian Embassy, erected in 1742.

Apse decoration from 1865 when the chu...

German/French Reformed Church

1123, København K

The Reformed Church in Copenhagen was erected in 1689. Today it is used for both the Dutch, French and German Calvinists in Copenhagen.

It has a beautiful baroque interior. The carved pulpit is plac...

Bethlehem Church

1635, København V

Bethlehemskirken is a church for the people of Nørrebro in Copenhagen with plenty of space for special events and activities.

Designed by the architect Kaare Klint it gives the impression of being a ...

© Thomas Roland

Built from 1830-1833 by the architect professor G.F.Hetsch in semi-oriental classic style. Friday evening services are at sundown, Saturday morning, however, at 9am.

The incription over the entrance...

Holmens Church

1060, København K

Survived the blaze
Miraculously, the Holmens Church survived the fires that devastated much of the city in earlier centuries. Not only is the Holmens Church the oldest piece of Renaissance arch...

Our Saviour's is one of Denmark's most famous chuches. Ever since the serpentine spire was inaugurated in 1752, is has been a popular passtime to climb the 400 steps to the top.

Here on the top, Our...

© Tuala Hjarnø

Grundtvig's Church

2400, København NV

Grundtvigs Church was erected in commemoration of the great Danish priest, poet, and reformer N.F.S. Grundtvig (1783 - 1882).
This monumental church is referred to in modern terms as a gothic cathedr...

© Christians Kirke

Christian's Church

1401, København K

Christian's Church in Christianshavn was consecrated in 1759, and the steeple finished in 1769. It served as a church for the German congregation at Christianshavn until 1886 when it was taken out of ...

© Stine Avnbøl

The Anglican (Episcopal) church in Copenhagen was erected 1887 in British gothic style.

A fine example of Victorian church architecture.

The beautiful site of the church is due to its royal connec...

© Chelsea Graham

Aleksandr Nevskij Kirke

1260, København K

The church was built for the Russian Orthodox congregation of Copenhagen donated by the Danish Princess Dagmar - who married Czar Alexander III of Russia, where she was known by her Russian name Maria...

Former artificial island fortress constructed to protect the entrance to the Copenhagen Harbour.

Today, Spar Shipping boats from Nyhavn will take you there during the months of June-July and August....

Trekroner, © Trekroner

Trekroner

1259, København K

In 1700, Copenhagen was bombarded from the sea, and in 1713 some old warship were set aground  by the straight and narrow path in the entering to Copenhagen so the city was better protected from the s...

Flakfortet

1009, København K

One of three artificial islands guarding the entrance to the Copenhagen Harbour - no longer of military significance used for recreational purposes.

During the Summer months - Spar Shipping on a reg...

Canal Tours Copenhagen is a wonderful way of seeing Copenhagen. Many Copenhageners take the tour to get an opportunity to see their capital from a different perspective.

The tours last approximately...

© Thomas Valbo

Kultorvet

1175, København K

Kultorvet is a square situated in the center of Copenhagen close to Nørreport St. and the shopping street Strøget.

Kultorvet has a central location in the middle of Copenhagen, and one can not avoid ...

The Round Tower

1150, København K

The 17th century tower and observatory Rundetaarn, or the round tower, is the oldest functioning observatory in Europe. When Christian IV built the tower, Denmark was quite famous for its astronomical...

© Karch

Meldahls Smedie

1435, København K

Exhibition Hall: Various international exhibibitions on architecture and diploma work exhibitions from the school.
Exhibition Gallery: Various small scale international exhibitions on architecture, a...

Nytorv

1450, København K

Nytorv (the new square) is seperated from Gammeltorv (the old square) by Strøget, the main shopping street. It was founded in 1606 thus only being 'new' compared to the other half of the square. This ...

Regensen

1169, København K

Located opposite the Round Tower, the 'Regensen' was built as a student residence in 1618-28 by King Christian IV. Students from the Copenhagen University still reside in the building.

Restricted adm...

Provianthuset

1214, København K

Provianthuset is part of the Arsenal Museum building complex - originally built during the reign of Christian IV.

Legend has it that the house was built using bricks from demolished catholic churches...

Baron Boltens Court

1264, København K

An exterior city milieu amidst some of the oldest preserved buildings near Kongens Nytorv.

Back in the 1700s Boltens Gaard was the center for International trade in Copenhagen. It was also a popular...

The Rose Garden, © Rosenhaven

The Rose Garden

2450, København SV

Valby Park contains one of Europe's largest rose gardens, where you all summer can enjoy the sight of approximately 12.000 roses.

The Rose Garden includes 176 different roses and there is everything ...

The Black Diamond evening, © Copenhagen Media Center

The Black Diamond

1016, København K

The Black Diamond in Copenhagen was finished in 1999 and is an extension to the Royal Library. The building is shiny, black facets mirror the sea and the sky at the harbour front.

A large incision cl...

The Tietgen Students' Residence

2300, København S

The source of inspiration for the new Students' Residence in Copenhagen were the traditional Tulou houses in Southeastern China - village communities with individual dwellings and communal facilities....

© RtCph

The Old Stock Exchange dates back to 1625 and is one of the oldest buildings in Copenhagen.

King Christian IV had realized the importance of increased trade and commerce, and so he had this grand bu...

© Nationale Fotomuseum

National Museum of Photography

1016, København K

You will find the impressive National Museum of Photography in the basement below the Black Diamond.

The Royal Library has collected an impressive array of photographic materpieces. A careful estima...

Post og Tele Museum, © Post og Tele Museum

Post and Tele Museum

1150, København K

At the House of Communication, Post & Tele Museum, in Copenhagen city centre, you can explore how people communicated in the olden, pre-computer days and how modern communication technology has evolve...

Zoo

2000, Frederiksberg

A visit to Copenhagen Zoo is always fascinating and with the opening of the Zoo's new and unique facilities for polar bears, North Atlantic birds and seals, The Arctic Ring, on 5 February 2013, the vi...

Bispebjerg Bakke

2400, København NV

The overall shape and idea behind this extraordinary estate in the North-western part of Copenhagen were conceived in close collaboration with sculptor Bjørn Nørgaard, whose original and organic desig...

Knuthenborg Safari Park

4941, Bandholm

Knuthenborg Safari Park, the largest wild animal park in Northern Europe, offers a fascinating wildlife experience for the entire family. The Safari Park lets you get up close to the animals, so close...

© Woldbye

Danish Museum of Music

1970, Frederiksberg C

On 12 September 2014, The Danish Music Museum opened its doors to the public with new exhibitions in brand new surroundings: The famous Radio House at Frederiksberg by architect Vilhelm Lauritzen.

Th...

Jacobsen's Bella Vista Estate

2930, Klampenborg

Overlooking Øresund north of Copenhagen you will find the renowned Danish architect Arne Jacobsens Bella Vista Estate from 1934.

When designing the Bella Vista Estate, Arne Jacobsen, relentless in hi...

The National Bank of Denmark is another architechural gem by Arne Jacobsen.
The building's stone and glass facade exudes an air of solemnity and restraint matching its trusted function as the nation's...

© Christian Olesen arch maa, nordmak, 2012

Arne Jacobsen's Petrol Station

2920, Charlottenlund

Danish architect Arne Jacobsen's old petrol station from 1938 is still operating, and the sea view you get when filling up your car is just as good as back then.

The petrol station was nicknamed Padd...

Bagsværd Church

2880, Bagsværd

Seen from the outside, Bagsværd Church with its smooth, white concrete facades and greyish aluminium roofs more resembles a modern industrial plant rather than a house of prayer.

Stepping inside, on...

DR Koncerthuset

1000, København K

The concert hall DR Koncerthuset in Copenhagen is designed by French architect Jean Nouvel. The acoustics are amazing, and in 2012 the venue was named one of the 10 greatest concert halls of the new m...

Det Økologiske Inspirationshus, © Det Økologiske Inspirationshus

Organic Inspiration House

2000, Frederiksberg

The Ecological Inspiration House in Copenhagen is the dream-come-through of the three initiators. Their vision was to show how it is possible to build and live without abusing the natural resources.
...

© Johan Rosenmunthe

Cisternerne

2000, Frederiksberg

The former underground water reservoir, also called The Cisterns, offer unique exhibition spaces for art. It is located in Søndermarken across from Frederiksberg Palace.

Beneath Søndermarken's green...

© Hans Ole Madsen

Gl Holtegaard

2840, Holte

In a beautiful 18th cent. manor house, you find an art venue, where ambitions are to show traditional, modern and contemporary art with a message to convey to modern man.

This is made possible thro...

The Marble Church

1265, København K

The awe inspiring Marble Church with the characteristic copper green dome has to be one of the most impressive churches of the city.

The church lies beautifully in line with Amalienborg castle and Th...

Revymuseet

2000, Frederiksberg

Memorabilia and objects illustrating the special Danish culture surrounding what would be equivalent to music hall, revue theatre or variety shows....

© St Petri Kirke

Saint Petri Church

1453, København K

Saint Petri Church in the heart of the old Latin Quarter in Copenhagen is more than 400 years old. The church has a German-speaking congregation and is a treasure of stories about Danish-German relati...

Kastelskirken

2100, København Ø

This Baroque church was originally built in 1704. From the outside you can hardly see that it is a church. Because of its location inside a military barracks parts of the church have been used as pris...

Jesuskirken, © Mike Kollöffel, DR

The Jesus Church

2500, Valby

The building of the Jesus Church was funded by Brewer Carl Jacobsen, co-founder of the Carlsberg Breweries.

The interior and exterior architecture is strongly inspired by cathedrals and churches in t...

Den Frie Centre of Contemporary Art is a must see in Copenhagen for anyone interested in art and architecture.

Den Frie is one of the oldest venues for contemporary art in Denmark and one steeped in ...

© Jacob Poul Skoubo

The 1660's interior of the palace chapel of Frederikborg Palace was saved from the big fire in 1859 and is therefore original. This also applyes to the Compenius organ, which can still be played today...

J.F.Willumsen's Museum

3600, Frederikssund

Dedicated solely to Jens Ferdinand Willumsen, the Danish artist, architect, and designer....

© Københavns Domkirke

Church of Our Lady

1165, København K

The Copenhagen Cathedral in its present shape is an unpretentious building in Neo-Classicist style designed by the architect C.F. Hansen. The foundation stone was laid by King Frederik VI in 1817, and...

Originally a Carmelite monastary church from the 1400's. The famous organ dates from 1662-3 when Dietrich Buxtehude was the organist....

Experimentarium City, © Experimentarium

Experimentarium City

1436, København K

The Science Centre, Experimentarium City, in Christianshavn is Copenhagen's 3,000 m2 attraction where children and adults will be able to see, touch and experience science in all its forms.

With a vi...

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