Sankt Petri Kirke
Vor Frue Kirke
Opposite the university is Vor Frue Kirke, Copenhagen’s cathedral, which was founded in 1191 and rebuilt three times after devastating...
The Charity Fountain is the most beautiful in Copenhagen. It was built in 1608 and is a popular rallying point for buskers.
This small corner of the city centre has little in common with the Latin Quarter of Paris, but gets its nickname from the presence of...
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Sankt Petri Kirke information
Another handsome place of worship in the Latin Quarter is Sankt Petri Kirke, a German church that dates from the 15th century, making it the oldest church building in the city.