You can't miss the Marble Church as the dome can be seen from a distance. Sadly when I visited the church was closed so I couldn't see the inside but the outside is definitely wow.
About Frederiks Kirke (The Marble Church)
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Huge domed church, great murals. Nice place to visit and have a quiet looka round. In a direct line from the palace.
It is rare to see this type of church in Denmark, so it is a must see even for natives. You expect lavishing interior decoration, but it is very simple and beautiful. Take some time to visit this beauty and enjoy the quiet.
The Marble Church is in a street near the Amalienborg Palace. The external view is fabulous and the interior just as exquisite. It was so peaceful just to sit a while and enjoy beauty of the surroundings. The paintings on the ceiling are wonderful and...More
The area of The Marble Church and Amalienborg Palace is quaint and pretty. The church itself is beautiful and easy to navigate in and out. We stayed for a little while to stay out of the rain.
The inside of the church is extremely beautiful in my opinion. It is very peaceful, and the painting are magnificent. The sun shines through the windows at the top.
We went to visit The Marble Church hoping to climb to the top of the dome - second largest in Europe - but were disappointed to learn that's only possible on Saturdays and Sundays.
It's a very beautiful church and the olive green dome makes it so much more beautiful. It reminded me of Venice's Grand Canal but it is still very different. The interiors are make you feel very welcome and you can sit and enjoy the peace....More
Just going to the north from the end of Stroeget street and Kongens Nytorv or New King's Square, we reached before long on the site of this marvelous, awe inspiring Marble Church, or as it is called, the Frederik's Church, in the honor of Danish...More