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Odense Cathedral - St. Canute's Church

Odense Cathedral was built in the 14th century. It is a Gothic cathedral with a high and bright nave, and in the crypt you will find the remains of Saint Canute, Denmark's last Viking king. The cathedral is also known as Saint Canute's Church.

It is named after the king Canute the Holy, who was murdered here in 1086. His bones are on display in the crypt. King Hans and Christian II are also buried in Odense Cathedral.

The magnificent altarpiece dating back to the 1500s and carved by Claus Berg is well worth examining in detail.

On Wednesdays, due to noon prayers, it is not possible to move around the church from 11.45 to 12.30.