Explore interesting sights in Odense C, Denmark. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 13 sights are available in Odense C, Denmark.Sightseeing Tours in Odense C
1. Gråbrødre Klosterkirke
Graabrødre Klosterkirke in Odense was part of Gråbrødre Kloster. The church was built in the late 1200s and came to house many distinguished burials, the first being two of Erik Glipping's daughters. King Hans' queen, Christine, who around the year 1500 lived in Odense, decorated the church with, among other things, Claus Berg's Altarpiece and allowed herself to be buried here together with her husband. Since then, her son, Christian II, was also buried in the church. After the Reformation, the church fell into disrepair and in the early 1800s it was demolished and the burial grounds moved to St. Canute's Church. In the late 1800s, a smaller chapel was built at Gråbrødre Hospital in a different place than the former church.
2. H. C. Andersens Barndomshjem
H.C. Andersen's childhood home is a smaller museum, located in Munkemøllestræde 3-5, originally Klingenberg 646 in Odense, and constitutes a total area of approx. 42 m², as the shoemaker family with the then two -year -old H.C. Andersen moved in May 1807 and inhabited until 1819. In H.C. Andersen's childhood consisted of the house of three apartments. In the first, H.C. Andersen with his parents and in the other two apartments lived the glove maker Frantz Köcker with family and at the other end of the house Hatemager Friend Phillip Schenk and his wife. The families Andersen and Köcker had a common living room as an entrance to the two apartments.
3. Thriges Kraftcentral
Thriges Kraftcentral is a well -preserved industrial building that contains a rare intact interior from the childhood of electrical engineering. The Power Center is owned by the property company Olav de Linde, but since 2007 has also served as a place of visit under Møntergården. Particularly interesting is the opportunity to see the original B&W diesel generator from 1923, which is started every month. The generator is started on the first Sunday of each month by the Diesel Group, which consists of a number of volunteer engine experts, so that the audience is given the opportunity to see and hear the old machine in operation.
4. Odense Koncerthus
Odense Concert Hall, which was inaugurated in 1982, is a concert hall located at Claus Bergs Gade 9 in Odense, not far from H. C. Andersen's House. The concert hall is named after Carl Nielsen. The hall is a concert hall with excellent acoustics, with room for 1,212 people and equipped with a 46-voice organ built by one of the world's leading organ buildings, Marcussen &Søn. The concert hall was designed by architects Per Hougaard Nielsen, C.J. Nørgaard Pedersen, Lars Møller and Birthe Rørbæk.
5. St. Alban's Church
St. Alban's Church is the Roman Catholic parish church of Odense, Denmark. It should not be confused with the medieval church of St. Alban's Priory where King Canute IV was murdered in 1086, and which was later replaced with St. Canute's Cathedral. The medieval St. Alban's Priory was located at Albani Torv roughly halfway between St. Canute's Cathedral and St. Alban's Church. A modern stone plaque located at the site of the former church's altar is the only visible sign of this structure.
Nonnebakken is a hill in Odense, Denmark. It is the site of one of Denmark's six former Viking ring castles, built during the reign of Sweyn Forkbeard, who had forced his father Harold Bluetooth to leave the country and seek refuge with the Jomsvikings on Wollin around 975. The fort enabled its occupier to control the Odense River passing next to the hill.
7. Saint Canute's Cathedral
St. Canute's Cathedral, also known as Odense Cathedral, is named after the Danish king Canute the Saint, otherwise Canute IV. It is a fine example of Brick Gothic architecture. The church's most visited section is the crypt where the remains of Canute and his brother Benedict are on display.
8. Tidens Samling
The Collection of Time in Odense is a cultural history hands-on museum for clothing, shape and housing in the 20th century from 1900 to 1990. You can touch the exhibited objects, for you have to put yourself in the furniture, open the drawers, look in the books and try the clothes.
9. H. C. Andersens Hus
The Hans Christian Andersen's House Museum or H.C. Andersen's Odense, is a set of museums/buildings dedicated to the famous author Hans Christian Andersen in Odense, Denmark, some of which, at various times in history, have functioned as the main Odense-based museum on the author.
10. The Danish Railway Museum
The Danish Railway Museum is the national railway museum of Denmark, located in the city of Odense. Established in 1975, it is situated in a former engine shed adjacent to the city's main railway station. It is the largest railway museum in Scandinavia.
11. Kongens Have
King's Garden is a large, formal palace park in central Odense, Denmark. Located directly across from the Odense station, it is bounded by Railroad Street to the west and Eastern Stationsvej to the north. It stands in front of Odense Palace.
12. Baptistkirken i Odense
The Baptist Church in Odense, also called Christ Church, is a Baptist church in Odense with approx. 280 members, of whom approx. 40% are new Danes. The church was consecrated in 1933, the extension in 1982, the chapel was renovated in 2020.
13. Fredens Kirke
The Church of Peace is a church located in central Odense. It was designed by architect Peder Vilhelm Jensen-Klint and built in 1920 in the former Sct. His country parish. The name was chosen to mark peace after World War I.
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