The central church of Odense is located near the Town Hall Square. The bell tower is tall, simple and elegant in color, which is very conspicuous. The interior of the church is very simple. Behind is the Andersen Fairy Tale Park, in addition to flowers, there are statues of Andersen.
An old church, solemn and solemn...
This is a Gothic cathedral built in the 14th century, which reflects the wealth and status of Odense during the Middle Ages. The interior is pure white, with a carefully decorated Rococo pulpit, a dazzling 16th century altar carving and more than 300 sculptures. King Knud of Denmark was assassinated in St. Aban’s Church in 1086 and was later buried in the church named after him.
The Cathedral of Europa is located on the square in the town of Odense. It is a Gothic cathedral and the tallest building in the town. The church is made of red bricks, and the red walls covered with moss show its ancient and vicissitudes.
It is a large-scale, Gothic church with various sculptures and sculptures. The church is magnificent and full of momentum. It is a place worth visiting. It is relatively close to Andersen’s former residence. You can take a look if you are interested.