Citadels Parish København, København, Denmark

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Citadels church was dedicated 26 November 1704. On 9 Jan 1739, Citadellet Frederikshavns congregation seperated from Garnisons parish and became Citadels parish.

The following is a chronological list of changes to the parish:

  • 16 Dec 1892 - the areas of Middelgrundsfortet, Trekroner, Pøvstenen, Lynetten, and Mellemfortet were added to the parish
  • 2 October 1902 - until this date, Citadels parish was primarily a military parish, but on this date a civilian congregation was established.
  • 30 Dec 1915 - part of Skt. Jacobs parish was added to Citadels.
  • 8 Feb 1923 - part of Davids parish added to Citadels
  • 2 Sept 1949 - All military personel and their families required to attend Citadels (or another military parish), no matter if they live outside the parish boundaries or not.
  • 1 Oct 1973 - the areas of Trekroner, Prøvestenen, and Mellemfortet were given to Vor Frelser parish

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Folke Bernadottes Alle, Fridtjof Nansens Plads


Hardangergader, Holsteinsgade

Jens Munks Gade

Kastellet, Kastelsvej

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Stavangergade, Strandboulevarden, Sønderborggade

Toldbodvej, Trondhjems Plads, Trondhjemsgade



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