At that time, a local narrator took us to learn about the history of the entire city of Roskilde. . English is not good enough to understand Danish accent English, probably 20%~30%. The yellow house not far from the cathedral is the royal palace (tattered) at that time. You can pay attention when you arrive. The whole Roskilde was built along this cathedral, very high.
Over the centuries, many medieval buildings in Roskilde have been destroyed by fire, but this majestic twin-spire cathedral still stands in the city center. The church was built in 1170 and has been rebuilt and stamped many times. Now it represents the architectural style of the church in Denmark for thousands of years and is also included in the World Heritage List.
Roskilde Church belongs to the world's material cultural heritage. This church building combines Gothic and Romanesque architectural styles. It is the place where the Danish royal family was buried after death. There are many sarcophagi and statues of kings and queens stored in the church. The atmosphere of the church is very solemn, but it is still a bit dark, and interested friends can come here to visit.
Roskilde Cathedral is a French cathedral listed as a world cultural heritage, with a history of more than 800 years. Once the head of the Danish royal family, he has a strong sense of history and solemnity. The showroom has an exhibition introducing the church’s previous repairs and burnt down. The spires of the Nordic churches were not directly made of stone, but made of wood. You can do it here. check it out.
Roskilde was once the capital of Denmark and is now a small town very suitable for tourism. Roskilde Cathedral has a long history and a simple and elegant appearance. It is a landmark attraction of the city and one of the world cultural heritage.
Roskilde, a church city with a long history, was the capital of the Viking era, and is a famous Danish important city for business, culture and tourism. Roskilde Cathedral, listed as a world cultural heritage, is the first Gothic church building in Europe. More than 40 Danish kings and queens lie here...