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Kirke København, Danmark: Church Buildings in Denmark – Architectural Photographs

27 Mar 2022
New Copenhagen Church Building Photos

Vor Frelsers Kirke – Church of Our Saviour

Vor Frelsers Kirke - Church of Our Saviour Copenhagen building
photo © Adrian Welch

Vor Frelsers Kirke Copenhagen church building

Frederiks Kirke – Frederik’s Church, aka Marmorkirken

18th-century Lutheran church with the largest dome in Scandinavia & a Kierkegaard statue in grounds:

Frederiks Kirk Copenhagen Marmorkirken

Frederik's Church Marmorkirken Copenhagen

Frederiks Kirke Copenhagen building

Copenhagen Architecture Photos

post updated Jan 17, 2020

Copenhagen Church Buildings

Major Copenhagen Church Buildings

Bagsværd Kirke
Design: Jorn Utzon Architect

Photos of Jorn Utzon’s remarkable church in a northern suburb of Copenhagen, a building full of lightness and spatial surprises:

Bagsvaerd Church Bagsvaerd Church Copenhagen Bagsvaerd Kirke Bagsvaerd Kirke Danmark
Danish Architecture : Bagsværd Kirke images © Adrian Welch

Bagsvaerd Church
Taxvej 14, Bagsværd, north Copenhagen
Date built: 1976
Jorn Utzon, Architect

Grundtvig Kirke, west Copenhagen
Design: P.V. Jensen-Klint Architect
Date built: 1922-40
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photos © Adrian Welch
Grundtvig Kirke Copenhagen
This large Danish religious building was built to commemorate the Danish priest, poet, and reformer N.F.S. Grundtvig. Sadly Master builder and architect – Peder Vilhelm Jensen Klint – died in 1930 before the building was finished.

Recent Copenhagen Church Building Designs

8 Nov 2016
Sydhavnen Church Design, Sydhavnen – Architecture Competition entry
Design: Architects of Invention
Sydhavnen Church
image courtesy of architects
Sydhavnen Church in Copenhagen
This design proposes a church with a vertical emphasis, creating a distilled space for religious ceremonies, and an accessible venue to the community for a variety of activities both day and night.

Key Copenhagen Churches

Marmorkirken Copenhagen
photo © Adrian Welch

Nikolaj Kirke, central Copenhagen:
Nikolaj Kirke Nikolaj Kirke København Nikolaj Kirke Nikolaj Kirke
photos © Adrian Welch

Vor Frelsers Kirke, south-central Copenhagen:
Vor Frelsers Kirke Vor Frelsers Kirke København
photos © Adrian Welch

Vor Frue Kirke, central Copenhagen:
Vor Frue Kirke Vor Frue Kirke København Vor Frue Kirke
photos © Adrian Welch

Sankt Petri Kirke
Sankt Petri Kirke København
photo © Adrian Welch

English Church, east of the city centre, close to Kastellet
English Church Copenhagen English Church Copenhagen
photo © Adrian Welch

Copenhagen church just northwest of the city centre:
Copenhagen church architecture
photo © Adrian Welch

Danish Church outside Copenhagen

Aerøskobing Kirke
Aerøskobing Church Aerøskobing Kirke
photos © Adrian Welch

Location: Copenhagen, Denmark, northern Europe

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Copenhagen Building News – selection below:

Isfuglen Winter Bathing House , Brøndby Marine Harbor
Design: Matters architects
Isfuglen Winter Bathing House Copenhagen Architecture News
photos : Helene Høyer, Brian Berg
Isfuglen Winter Bathing House Copenhagen
The winter bathing club “Isfuglen” is a club for winter bathers and houses a community room, changing facilities and sauna. It is located at the very tip of the entry point to Brøndby Marine Harbor. The location is unique and gives the house and its members a special opportunity to become an authentic part of the active harbor life.

Ordrupgaard Museum
Architects: Snøhetta
Ordrupgaard Museum Copenhagen Denmark
photo : Laura Stamer
Ordrupgaard Museum, Copenhagen Denmark
Situated near Jægersborg Dyrehave, north of Copenhagen, Ordrupgaard houses Northern Europe’s most comprehensive collection of French and Danish art from the 19th and early 20th century. Originally built as a three-winged country mansion in the neo-classical style during World War I, the museum was expanded by a modern 1,150 sqm glass and black lava concrete extension in 2005, designed by Zaha Hadid.

Bella Hotel design by 3XN

Royal Playhouse design by Lundgaard & Tranberg Arkitekter

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