Sankt Ansgars Kirke
Sankt Ansgars Kirke, next door to the Medicinsk-Historisk Museum, is Copenhagen’s Roman Catholic cathedral. It was built in 1841 in the...
Alexander Newsky Kirke
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Lonely Planet review
Adjacent to Alexander Newsky Kirke is the Medicinsk-Historisk Museum, housed in a former surgical academy dating from 1786 and dealing with the history of medicine, pharmacy and dentistry over the past three centuries. While English-language tours only take place in July and August, an information sheet in English is always available.