5 Sights in Rødovre Municipality, Denmark (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Rødovre Municipality, Denmark. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Rødovre Municipality, Denmark.

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1. Henry Heerup Museum

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Heerup Museum is an art museum located in Rødovre for the artist Henry Heerup. Heerup Museum contains a unique collection of Henry Heerup's paintings, graphics, drawings and sculptures, which are based on a donation of works in 1995 from Heerup's widow, Marion Heerup, to Rødovre Municipality. These works belonged to the estate of Heerup and contained the works he had retained or had not sold, as well as a large number of personal belongings. Based on the donation, Rødovre Municipality decided to establish the museum, which was designed by the architect Bernd Kjelland and is an extension to the old farm Rødovregaard in Rødovre, the only preserved of the farms from the old Rødovre village. The museum opened on May 1, 2000.

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2. Grøndalskirken

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Grøndalskirken Ib Rasmussen / Public domain

Grøndalskirken is a church located in the branch between Hulgårdsvej and Hillerødgade in Copenhagen NV. Grøndal is the term for the small Copenhagen neighborhood in the City of Copenhagen around the Grøndalskirken. The neighborhood, located between Vanløse, Frederiksberg and Brønshøj, has approx. 8,000 inhabitants. The church has 355 seats.

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3. Kapernaumskirken

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Kapernaumskirken Ib Rasmussen / Public domain

The Capernaum Church is a Church of Denmark parish church located at Frederikssundsvej 45 in the North-West district of Copenhagen, Denmark. Inaugurated in 1895, it is the oldest surviving church built by the Copenhagen Church Foundation.

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4. Gandhiparken

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Gandhiparken, formerly Gandhi's lawn, is a smaller park in the Northwest Quarter in Copenhagen. The park is named after Indian politician Mahatma Gandhi (1869-1948), who headed India's independence movement.

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5. Sankt Jakobs Kirke

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Sankt Jakobs Kirke Ib Rasmussen / Public domain

St. James's Church in the Østerbro district of Copenhagen, Denmark, was the first church to be built in the district. It was designed by Ludvig Fenger in a Neo-Gothic style and built between 1876 and 1878.

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