A must see if you come to Copenhagen! One of the most famous and most visited Churches in Copenhagen, we love this old reproduction of this most iconic image of Copenhagen's skyline.
The church was built in the 1680s and consecrated on 19th April 1696. It took 14 years to build and since the whole area consists of filled-in sea bed, the construction of the church foundations took a long time.
The Palladian-Netherlandic style used by the court builder, Lambert van Haven, is a solemn, baroque, order. Red brick on a sound granite foundation with sandstone cornices below the roof - a real Templum Salvatoris (Saviour's Temple) where everything has its correct placing. The ground plan is a Greek equal-sided cross with corner chapels.
Not a part of van Haven's plans, the artful tower was added 50 years later, and can distract from the seriousness and ambition that was part of the architecture of the building itself.
The prints are individually crafted in heavy duty 280 gram Museum Quality Art Print paper.
Ordered framed the artwork is custom mount, cut perfectly to your image.
Delivered fully strung, ready for hanging.
Created from high-quality wood, milled with simple clean lines and presented with a satin finish.
This frame has a square profile measuring 20mm (front face) by 23mm (depth from wall).
Available in black or natural.