Aleksander Nevskij Kirke
Consecrated in 1894, the neobaroque Marble Church (officially Frederikskirken) is one of Copenhagen's most imposing architectural...
Adjacent to Alexander Newsky Kirke and housed in a former surgical academy dating from 1786 is Copenhagen's Medical Museum. Fascinating,...
Home of the current queen, Margrethe II, Amalienborg Slot consists of four austere, 18th-century palaces around a large cobbled square....
Just around the corner from Marmorkirken is this delectable French-owned deli-takeaway-cafe serving mostly organic, homemade cakes,...
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Aleksander Nevskij Kirke information
Completed in 1883, golden-domed Alexander Newsky Kirke flaunts a Russian Byzantine style, complete with marble staircase, mosaic floors and Byzantine-style frescoes. The bronze chandelier was a gift from Tsar Alexander III, who commissioned the church.