Sct. Ansgars Church
The Roman-Catholic cathedral of Copenhagen, in use from 1842, built in classicist style at the the site of the chapel of the Austrian Embassy, erected in 1742. Apse decoration from 1865 when the church was officially consecrated at the 1000th anniversary of the death of St. Ansgar, the apostle of the Danes. Stained glasses from 1894. Interesting museum.
Monday-Friday at 8:00
Saturday at 17:00
Sunday at 8:00 and in Spanish at 15:00