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Antvorskov barracks

Antvorskov barracks is a barracks located near Slagelse in Denmark. It was established in 1969 and currently houses the 2nd Brigade and the Guard Hussar Regiment including its mounted squadron. The latter was moved here from Næstved Kaserne in Au ...

                                               

Apostle Church

The Apostle Church is a church building of the Church of Denmark in the Vesterbro district of Copenhagen. It was built in 1901.

                                               

Batzkes House

Batzkes House is the former gardeners house at Frederiksborg Castle in Hillerod, Denmark. It was built on a hilltop near the castle in 1720 to a design by Johan Cornelius Krieger. It was listed in 1924.

                                               

Bestseller Tower

Bestseller Tower is a planned high-rise building in Brande, a rural town in Denmark. The proposed 320-metre skyscraper would house the headquarters of fashion company Bestseller and was announced in 2017 with a design by Dorte Mandrup. The buildi ...

                                               

Bikuben Kollegium

Bikuben Kollegium is a privately owned dormitory for students in Orestad, Copenhagen. Opening in August 2006, Bikuben Kollegium is located on the corner of Amager Fælledvej and Njalsgade next to the University of Copenhagens South Campus. The dor ...

                                               

Bornholms Hospital

Bornholms Hospital is a hospital on the Danish island of Bornholms city of Ronne. Administratively, it falls under the domain of the Capital Region of Denmark along with hospitals in the greater Copenhagen area and northern Zealand. It serves a p ...

                                               

Brorfelde Observatory

Brorfelde Observatory is an astronomical observatory located in Brorfelde near Holbæk, Denmark. It is home to the Brorfelde Schmidt Telescope and was run as a branch of the Copenhagen University Observatory until 1996. It still has telescopes tha ...

                                               

Charlottenlund Racetrack

Charlottenlund Racetrack is a harness racing track in the town of Charlottenlund at the Capital Region of Denmark. The racetrack, nicknamed Lunden, was established in 1891 by the Danish Trotting Club Det Danske Travselskab. The annual major event ...

                                               

Church of Jesus Heart

The Church of Jesus Heart is a Roman Catholic church in the Vesterbro/Kongens Enghave area of Copenhagen, Denmark. It was built in 1895 and is dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

                                               

Dahlerup Warehouse

Dahlerups Pakhus, originally known as Pakhus 1, is a former Warehouse situated on the west side of the Langelinie Pier, opposite the Middle Pier, in Copenhagen, Denmark. Designed by Vilhelm Dahlerup, from whom it now takes its name, it was built ...

                                               

Embassy of Denmark, Kiev

Following independence, Ukraine August 24, 1991 Denmark recognized Ukraine December 31, 1991. February 12, 1992 between Ukraine and Denmark was established diplomatic relations. Danish Ambassadors to Georgia with residence in Kiev

                                               

Embassy of France, Copenhagen

The French Embassy in Copenhagen is the main diplomatic mission of France to the Kingdom of Denmark. It is located in the Thott Palace at Kongens Nytorv 4 in central Copenhagen, Denmark. The ambassador since October 8, 2013 is François Zimeray.

                                               

Hamad Bin Khalifa Civilisation Center

The Hamad Bin Khalifa Civilisation Center is a sunni mosque in the Outer Norrebro borough of Copenhagen, Denmark. Built in 2014, it is the first purposely-built mosque in Denmark and one of the largest in Europe.

                                               

Hans Broges House

Hans Broges House is a house and a listed building in Aarhus, Denmark. The house was built in 1850 and was listed on the Danish registry of protected buildings and places by the Danish Heritage Agency on 6 September 1987. The house is situated in ...

                                               

Hassagers Kollegium

Hassagers Kollegium is a small dormitory located at Frederiksberg Bredegade 13 B 2000 Frederiksberg, Denmark. The name simply means Hassagers dormitory. It has 10 small single rooms 12 square meters each which may only be rented by students from ...

                                               

Herstedoster Church

Herstedoster Church is a church in the northern outskirts of Albertslund, Albertslund Municipality, Denmark. In medieval times, the Romanesque church was dedicated to Saint Nicholas. The tower is of late-Gothic origin. The church interior was giv ...

                                               

Herstedvester Church

Herstedvester Church is a church in the northwestern outskirts of Albertslund, Albertslund Municipality, Denmark. The church is dated to around 1100.

                                               

Hojdevang Church

Hojdevang Church is a church in the Amager area of Copenhagen, Denmark. The church was consecrated on 14 April 1935. It was built on the basis of designs by architect Poul Staffeldt Mathiesen 1891–1979. Unlike most churches, Hojdevang Church face ...

                                               

Horslunde Church

Horslunde Church is located in the village of Horslunde on the island of Lolland, Denmark. The altarpiece and the pulpit date from 1594. Former Danish prime minister, Christian Ditlev Frederik Reventlow is buried at the site.

                                               

Hvidkilde Castle

Hvidkilde is located in the south of the island of Funen, Denmark. The earliest reference is from 1480 when it was owned by Claus Ronnow. The present building consists of three wings around a courtyard. It was erected in 1742 by Johan Lehn, and r ...

                                               

Hvidsten Inn

Hvidsten Inn is a historic, listed inn, formerly a coaching inn located in Hvidsten between Randers and Mariager. Today the inn consists of five buildings of which the oldest is the travellers stable from 1790. A notable inn keeper was Marius Fii ...

                                               

Imam Ali Mosque (Copenhagen)

The Imam Ali Mosque, is the largest and only Shia Muslim mosque in the country located in Nordvest, Copenhagen, Denmark. The construction of the mosque started in 2009. It was completed and opened to the public in 2015. The 2.100 square metre mos ...

                                               

Middelgrundsfortet

Middelgrundsfortet or Fort Middelgrund, known as Ungdomsoen since 2015, is a sea fort located on an artificial island in the Oresund between Copenhagen and Malmo. The fortress is constructed at a point where the seabed is 7 meters below the water ...

                                               

Mothsgården

Mothsgården is a former country retreat in Sollerod in the northern suburbs of Copenhagen, Denmark. It now houses the main branch of Rudersdal Museum, a local history museum for Rudersdal Municipality. The museum also comprises the Vedbæk Finds, ...

                                               

Norre Galten Church

Norre Galten Church is a Danish church located in Norre Galten, Denmark. The church is located a few kilometres north of Hadsten, 12 kilometres south of Randers. The church was built in the 12th century.

                                               

Pakhusgaarden

Pakhusgaarden is a Neoclassical property located at Sankt Peders Stræde 28 in the Latin Quarter of central Copenhagen, Denmark. The building was listed on the Danish registry of protected buildings and places in 1959.

                                               

Ro Church

Ro Church is a parish church located in the little village of Ro in the north of the Danish island of Bornholm. Completed in 1888, it replaces a Romanesque building dating from c. 1200 which was demolished in 1887 as a result of structural proble ...

                                               

Romo Church

St. Clements Church is a Christian place of worship located in the island of Romo in Tonder, Denmark. It belongs to the Tonder Priory of the Church of Denmark. The church was dedicated to Saint Clement, the sailors patron saint. The oldest part o ...

                                               

Rosensgade 38

Rosensgade 38 is a house and a listed building in Aarhus, Denmark. The house was built in approximately 1600 and was listed on the Danish registry of protected buildings and places by the Danish Heritage Agency on 21 March 2012. The building is s ...

                                               

St. Augustines Church, Copenhagen

St. Augustines Church is a Roman-Catholic church on Jagtvej in the Osterbro district of Copenhagen, Denmark. A former convent, which was built in association with the church, now houses Niels Steensens Gymnasium, a Catholic upper secondary school ...

                                               

Saint Hans Church

Saint Hans Church, also St Johns Church, is a church in Odense, Denmark. First mentioned in 1295, it was built by the Knights Hospitaller, also known as the Order of Saint John. Not much of the original building remains as it was rebuilt in 1636 ...

                                               

Saint Olafs Church, Hjorring

Saint Olafs Church is a church in Hjorring, Denmark. This small church from about 1200, dedicated to Saint Olaf and built in Romanesque style, is located on a hill in Hjorrings old town center. The altarpiece has framework in Renaissance style, a ...

                                               

Scanel Hockey Arena

Scanel Hockey Arena is an arena in Frederikshavn, Denmark. It is used by Frederikshavn White Hawks. The old ice rink from 1970 was demolished and in 2014 the Scanel Hockey Arena was built. It has a capacity of 4000 with 750 seats.

                                               

Solvang Church

Solvang Church is a church in the Amager district of Copenhagen, Denmark. It was built between 1975 and 1976 on designs of architect Holger Jensen. It consists of a complex of box-shaped buildings, which also includes a parish hall and a confirma ...

                                               

Soro Klosterkirke

Soro Klosterkirke is located in the Danish town of Soro. It was founded by Danish archbishop Absalon and built by Cistercians in the period from 1161–1201. It is made of red brick, which was a new material for the time. It is built similar style ...

                                               

St. Thomas Church, Copenhagen

St Thomas Church is a church building of the Church of Denmark in the Frederiksberg district of Copenhagen, Denmark. It was designed by architect Carl Lendorf and built in 1898.

                                               

Embassy of Ukraine, Copenhagen

Following independence, Ukraine August 24, 1991 Denmark recognized Ukraine on December 31, 1991. On February 12, 1992, diplomatic relations were established between Ukraine and Denmark. From 1993 to 2004, the Ukrainian diplomatic mission in Copen ...

                                               

Valkendorfs Kollegium

Valkendorfs Kollegium is a dormitory located in Sankt Peders Stræde in Copenhagen, Denmark. With a history that dates back to 1589, it is the oldest dormitory in Scandinavia.

                                               

Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, Amsterdam

De Papegaai is the lesser of the two parochial churches in the St Nicholas Roman Catholic parish in Amsterdam. The church is dedicated to Saints Peter and Paul. It is nicknamed "De Papegaai" because it was originally hidden in a garden behind a r ...

                                               

De Broodfabriek

De Broodfabriek is an exhibition and convention center in the Dutch city of Rijswijk. It was founded in 1996 by Henk van der Straaten as the Darling Market, a recreation of the international market in Haymarket, near Sydneys Darling Harbour which ...

                                               

De Delftse Pauw

De Delftse Pauw is pottery factory from the 17th century located in the north of the city Delft on the Delftweg. It is one of the few pottery factories which carry on the tradition of handpainted Delft pottery. It was taken over by Heinen Delft B ...

                                               

Dorpskerk, Staphorst

The Dorpskerk of Staphorst was built in 1951 and situated in the towns centre. The 2.300 seats church is enlarged in 1991-92 and is still in use by the Restored Reformed Church.

                                               

Drommedaris

The building was erected as a defense work at the entrance to the Old Harbor, and was originally on the Westfriesian dike; this ran from the north; over the Breedstraat along to the Zuiderdijk. The stretch of dike near the Drommedaris was later e ...

                                               

FiftyTwoDegrees

FiftyTwoDegrees is an 86-metre-tall high-rise building in Nijmegen, Netherlands. It is from a special design. Its lower floors are built as an inclined tower, while its upper sections are from conventional design. FiftyTwoDegrees was completed in ...

                                               

Fort aan den Ham

The Fort along Den Ham is a fort that is part of the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Stelling van Amsterdam. Its located along the railroad from Uitgeest to Krommenie. The earthen walls date from 1896, the fort itself was finished in 1903. The ...

                                               

Fort near De Kwakel

The Fort bij De Kwakel is a fort that is part of the Stelling van Amsterdam. Its located in the village of De Kwakel. Its one of four forts that form the linie Kudelstaart - Uithoorn. To the west is fort bij Kudelstaart, to the east you find fort ...

                                               

Groenoordhallen

Groenoordhallen was a building located in Leiden, Netherlands. It was used for concerts and conventions, but one of its main sources of revenue was the cattle market. The closure of that market in 2005 led to its demise. In 2010, the building was ...

                                               

Grote Kerk, Dordrecht

The Church of Our Lady in Dordrecht is a medieval Protestant church, and is the largest church in the city. It is a church in the Brabantine Gothic style with an unfinished tower and is the second oldest church in the city.

                                               

Haagse Poort

The Haagse Poort is an office building in The Hague, Netherlands. It is an unusual, asymmetrical structure of 275 meters long that spans the Utrechtsebaan with a large arch. The Haagse Poort consists of a high-rise part and a low-rise part that a ...

                                               

Haamstede Castle

Haamstede Castle is an old castle in the village of Haamstede on the island of Schouwen-Duiveland. It is a rijksmonument. The keep dates from the 13th century. In 1525 Haamstede castle except the donjon was destroyed by fire, but later on the cas ...