Situated in the heart of Copenhagen, the Island Church is a small and inconspicuous church, but it has a very long history of nearly 500 years. When we went, the church was closed. There was no way to visit the scenic spot. We could only take pictures outside. However, although the church was not tall and grand enough, it was still very delicate and very durable.
Founded in 1563, it was converted into a naval church by Christian IV. In 1967, the current Queen of Denmark Margaret II and Prince Henrik married here. Danish celebrities such as composer Niels Garde are buried here, and there are works of art by Bartel Tovalson and others in the hall. I didn't go in to see it. The appearance was taken. The roof was very beautiful. If you look at the church from a high place, it's in the shape of a cross.
Passing by, I don't know it's a church. On the canal bank, I just feel a little special.
In fact, there are many churches like Denmark, and this church gives me a special feeling of warmth, often passing there will be weddings held here.
I prefer... Not many people! Simple but can take a day