Helsingør Cathedral

Helsingør, Denmark

Helsingør Cathedral or St. Olaf's Church originates from the 13th century. The current brick church was completed in 1559 and the spire was erected in 1897-1898. The interior dates mainly from the 17th century, baptismal font from 1579.



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Founded: 1559
Category: Religious sites in Denmark
Historical period: Early Modern Denmark (Denmark)

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thanuja ramesh (7 months ago)
Very intricately designed interiors in this church! Was in awe.
Andrei Vaganov (8 months ago)
St. Olaf's Cathedral in Helsingør is a true architectural gem. Its intricate design and historical significance make it a must-visit attraction in Helsingør. The cathedral's interior is both impressive and tranquil, providing a sense of serenity amid the bustling town. Exploring St. Olaf's Cathedral was a memorable experience, offering a glimpse into the rich cultural heritage of this charming Danish town.
Napapat Wianrob (10 months ago)
Nice and beautiful church
Brian Hagan (2 years ago)
Beautiful church! Wasn't able to go in but nice to look at the architecture outside.
Grace Obace (2 years ago)
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