The Danish Church in London

The Vikings were pleased to visit St Katharine’s church, though most commonly known as The Danish Church in London.

Located in the North-Eastern corner of Regent’s Park, near Camden Town, the grand church is open for everyone but specifically for all Danes who reside in London, be it long, or short, term. Apart from religious services, they also offer activities and social gatherings.

Just a side note, St Katharine’s also has a replica of the famous Viking ‘Harald’s runestone’, also known as a jelling stone. Be sure to visit the church to see it!

Have a look at out short video below about this stunning building (and a shot of the jelling stone):



Picture credit: David Risley 

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