St Alban's Church, Copenhagen
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St. Alban's Church, locally often referred to simply as the English Church, is an Anglican church in Copenhagen, Denmark. It was built from 1885 to 1887 for the growing English congregation in the city. Designed by Arthur Blomfield as a traditional English parish church in the Gothic Revival style, it is in a peaceful park setting at the end of Amaliegade in the northern part of the city centre, next to the citadel Kastellet and the Gefion Fountain and Langelinie.The church is part of Church of England's Diocese in Europe. It is dedicated to Saint Alban, the first martyr of Great Britain.Use our Copenhagen vacation generator to arrange your visit to St Alban's Church and other attractions in Copenhagen.
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Dette er er en flott, gammel kirke som er åpen for publikum hver dag. Det er absolutt vært turen innom.This is is a great, old church that is open to the public every day. It's certainly been a visit.show original
St. Alban's Church is a small church right next to the Gefion Fountain within a minute of walking distance. The Church is nicely situated next to the river which is a nice spot to visit if you are on ... read more »
El paseo hasta llegar es bonito. Cerca de la Sirenita y de grandes parques. La iglesia no está mal, al entrar te dan un papel con información en tu idioma. Si se está por la zona recomiendo entrar; si... read more »The ride up is nice. Close the Little Mermaid and large parks. The Church is not bad, when you enter they give you a paper with information in your language. If you are in the area I recommend to enter; but, it is not essential.show original
Tore Dokkethal wrote about "manipulation" to give a donation. I witnessed no such thing. I'm not religious and I rarely bother with churches. They welcomed visitors and had prepaped two-sided infosheet (available in great many languages). Glass paintings caught my eye and I found myself marveling the skill involved for lengthy time. Yes, I made a modest donation, if for no other purpose than to offset the sand I dragged in with me. No one even hinted that I should and I would have not even realised the small plate on the table was for that purpose had I not seen the person infront of me drop a few coins into it. This despite the two persons standing there handing out the info sheets of various languages.
The scenery is amazing. You can take full-frame pictures from the water fountain.
Don't go inside this church. I was manipulated to donate all my savings. I almost went bankrupt. But it is beautiful and clean.
Very beautiful church, right next to the old fort
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