St. Alban's Church is an Anglican church in Copenhagen, Denmark. The church was built between 1885 and 1887 when the number of English people in Copenhagen gradually increased. The exterior of the church is traditional English Gothic Revival style. The church is part of the Anglican European Diocese and is dedicated to Saint Alban.
The Sheng Alban Church belongs to a very classical church art district. This ancient building is a history in itself, and the church feels very unique. You can feel a lot of history and strong charm.
Denmark, Copenhagen. St. Alban’s Church, ST.Alban’s Church. Next to the Gefion Fountain, named Saint Alban, the first British martyr, mainly served the English-speaking community, and the locals called it the British Church. In Denmark, there is only one Anglican church. The exterior of the church is Gothic Revival architectural style, the main building is limestone, and the steeple is made of flint.
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Built in 1887 in the English Gothic style, the Church of St. Alban in Copenhagen is a model of Victorian church architecture. The church is next to the Shennong fountain and a visit to the fountain sculpture will naturally see this beautiful church. The surrounding tree pools set the church beautifully and elegantly.