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Always has been a beautiful sight downtown. It's small and not open to the public but given it's location it is well marked and there is a sign outside. It does function as a church but I have never seen it open even during the...More
This pretty Lutheran free church sits between Austurvöllur Square and Lake Tjörnin. It was designed by architect Rögnvaldur Ólafsson and consecrated in 1903 although it had been lengthened twice since.
This is a culturally significant church and another one in white and green colours - effectively an archetypally Icelandic build for such an establishment - worth having a look at it as part of a tour of this part of the capital. Enough space around...More
We saw this lovely church while walking along the back streets from Hallgrimskirkja church down towards the lake tjornin. It is located beside the Parliament Building and a nice little park.
It is a pity that you cannot go inside as it would have been...More
Walked around the pond on a cold morning and took the time to check this church out. As beautiful as many churches in Iceland with the added benefit of being near the pond and a great walking area as well. We got lots of great...More
We stopped by this church for a few photos when having a general wonder throughout Reykjavik and along the pond in the freezing temperatures. The church itself is very picturesque and a great view can be achieved from the other side of the pond. Wasn't...More