A tourist magnet thanks to its original façade and impressive interior.
You've never seen a church like this one.
Have you ever visited a church built in an expressionist architectural style? Or whose façade looks like a gigantic body of stone? All this and much more this can be found at the unusual Grundtvig church, which opened in 1927. One of the most visited in the city thanks to its original design, it is bound to surprise you and will be different from anything you've seen so far. Its expressionist architecture is inspired by traditional Danish churches, with stepped gables at the top of the façade, combined with an impressive verticality that draws the gaze towards the clouds. The interior of this unusual church is almost as big as Copenhagen Cathedral and, reputedly, six thousand million bricks were used in its construction, with imitation gothic features, including high ceilings and vaults above the naves.