Alexander Newsky Kirke
Adjacent to Alexander Newsky Kirke is the Medicinsk-Historisk Museum, housed in a former surgical academy dating from 1786 and dealing...
Also called Frederikskirken, Marmorkirken is a stately neobaroque church located a block west of Amalienborg Slot. The church’s massive...
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...
Just around the corner from Marmorkirken is this delectable French-owned deli-takeaway-cafe serving mostly organic, homemade cakes,...
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Alexander Newsky Kirke information
There is a cluster of sights along the upmarket street known as Bredgade, home to many of the city’s top antique dealers and auction houses. Alexander Newsky Kirke was built in Russian Byzantine style in 1883 by Tsar Alexander III.