Copenhagen, Denmark. St. Alban's Church. Next to the gefion fountain, Saint Alban, the first martyr in Britain, serves the English community. The local people call it the English Church. In Denmark, the Anglican Church is the only one. The exterior of the church is Gothic Renaissance style. The main building is made of limestone and the steeple is made of flint.
St. Albans Church in Copenhagen was built in 1887, with English Gothic style. The church is a model of Victorian church architecture. The church is next to the Shennong fountain. Visiting the fountain sculpture will naturally see this beautiful church. The surrounding tree pools set off the church beautifully and elegantly.
The Church of St. Albans, behind the Fountain of the Divine Ox, is a very simple and tall building. Entering the lunch break, the aunt at the door will ask you where Amy is coming, and then give you an introduction of your own national language. Originally it was built by the British and could not be funded by the government. I hope tourists can help. Unfortunately, at that time, I did not find a kilo of kroner, it was a whole sheet, and I could not give some donations. The music inside is very good. The holy music purifies the soul. Sit down for a while. It's beautiful!
I was impressed by a church near Changdi Park. The spire of the tower was magnificent. Reflections are also intoxicating
Anyway, it's okay. The church is relatively ordinary. It's close to the mermaid and it's surrounded by a good environment.
This church is situated in the countryside. It's very beautiful. It lives among all kinds of grass, especially beautiful.