Eliaskirken is a national church on Vesterbro, the part of Copenhagen west of Serne (the Lakes). It was built in 1906-08, ... More
Elias Church (Eliaskirken)
Eliaskirken is a national church on Vesterbro, the part of Copenhagen west of Serne (the Lakes). It was built in 1906-08, when National Romanticism was popular in Denmark. The architect was Martin Nyrop, whose main work, Rådhuset (the Town Hall), surpasses this church in popularity. The church is characterised by symmetrical towers on its façade. The interior of the church is structured like a basilika.
Kastellet (The Citadel) is a star shaped fortress near Langelinie. Its bastions and moats are almost unchanged from when they
were part of the original structure built in 1660. Kastellet was built as a result of the wars against ...
Christiansborg Palace Chapel was built as an addition to Christiansborg Castle, where the Danish government sits, on the small island
of Slotsholmen. Christiansborg Palace Chapel towers from a corner of Slotsholmen as a massive temple. The church was built ...
The main building of the University of Copenhagen is situated at Frue Plads, close to Strget in the heart of
Copenhagen. The university was founded in 1479, located at that time on the corner of Nrregade and Studiestrde. After ...