Just on the side of Changdi Park, it should be the north side of the park. This is a building that is relatively old, and the building area is not very large. However, the time is tight, so we didn't go in and visit the small mermaid statue directly.
This is a small church, it can be said that it is easy to miss the exchange, but if you go to see the little mermaid, you will definitely pass by. But when we passed by because the gate was closed, we couldn't visit
The church does not look like a church. It is located in the star-shaped fortress Castelletri on the way to the Little Mermaid. The interior of the church is in Baroque style and was built in 1704. Originally owned by the Danish Ministry of Defence, it has been used as a parish church since 1902. On October 28, 1626, King Christian IV ordered the start of the construction of Castellet as a defensive wall in northern Copenhagen. The king originally had a grand plan to build it into a castle as his refuge. But due to economic reasons, the plan was reduced. His next King Frederick III continued the project. After the Swedish siege of Copenhagen (1658-1660), the Dutch engineer Henrik Russ participated in the reconstruction and expansion of the fortress. The fort is called Citadellet Frederikshavn (Citadellet Frederikshavn), but Castellet is better known.