Gorbenhagen, Denmark. Beatley Church, Frederick's Church. Denmark's largest copper-green dome church, also known as the Dali Church. Built in the second half of the eighteenth century, the church garden roof is 31 meters in diameter. The dome is placed in 12 columns, leading to 12 symmetrical decorative strips and exquisite patterns. On both sides there are pipe organs of different periods, decorated with exquisite patterns. There are many statues of Danish celebrities outside the church.
Frederick's Church is a copper-green dome church. Because of the extensive use of marble produced in Denmark and Norway, the local people call it "marble church". The church has the largest dome in Scandinavia, with a diameter of 31 meters. The dome is placed among 12 cylinders. This design was probably inspired by St. Peter's Cathedral in Rome. The Marble Church was first built in 1779, but it was not completed and opened until 1894 due to financial problems. The church is separated from the Palace of Amerinburg. Visit the Palace of Amirinburg. You can see the church in the Palace Square. The appearance of the church was beautiful. We did not visit it.
The first stop in Denmark, Copenhagen, is one of the most interesting places to see "Frederick Church" which is Denmark's largest copper-green dome church, across the road from the Palace of Amerinburg. Because of the extensive use of marble from Denmark and Norway, the locals call it Marble Church. The Marble Church was first built in 1779, but it was not completed and opened until 1894 due to financial problems. The huge dome with a diameter of 31 meters inside the church is supported by 12 columns. The dome is painted with the portraits of the 12 apostles of Jesus. The whole interior is decorated and painted solemnly, magnificently and sacred. The tall figure sculptures outside the church make the church more historical.
Frederick Church is the largest copper-green dome church in Denmark, which is separated from the Palace of Amerinburg. It is also called a marble church by the local people because of the large amount of marble produced in Denmark and Norway. The dome is painted with the 12 apostles of Jesus. Its interior decoration and painting are solemn, atmospheric, majestic and sacred. The tall figure sculptures outside the church make it look like a church. More historical vicissitudes of life...
Church is one of the landmarks, free access. Looking across the canal, the palace is in the middle. The green dome is very eye-catching. In fact, it's not big inside. It's only about 10 minutes'walk. But the dome of high jump is very sacred. Sit down and have a peaceful mind.
This church, also known as the Greentop Church, is opposite the palace. It is very beautiful and free of tickets. Inside the church, there are twelve portraits of Jesus on the circular vault. There are many stories. The interior decoration is exquisite, luxurious, atmospheric, especially marble carving, lifelike.
Frederick's Church is Denmark's largest green dome church. It is amazing to walk into the huge dome 30 meters in diameter. It has a picture of the twelve apostles of Jesus on it. The picture is very clear with a telescope. It is really very delicate. Whether from its appearance or interior decoration, the church embodies its elegance and charm.