Garnisons Parish København, København, Denmark
The congregation was divided into a Danish and a German congregation, but on 1 October 1819 the German military personnel were placed under Frederiks Tyske kirke, whereafter the church was used exclusively by the Danish garrison and the civilian congregation assigned there.
The following is a chronological list of changes to the parish:
- 11 April 1738 - part of the parish was seperated and became the new Frederiks Tyske parish.
- 9 Jan 1739 - part of the parish was seperated and given to Citadels parish
- 1805 - part of the disbanded Skt. Nikolaj parish was annexed to Garnisons parish.
- 1878 - part of the parish was annexed to Holmens parish
- 1894 - part of the parish was given to Frederiks parish
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|Amt 1662 - 1793||Add here|
|Amt 1794 - 1970||Copenhagen City|
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Adelgade, Akadamiegade, Amaliegade, Amalienborg (Plads)
Blancogade, Borgergade, Bredgade
Garnisons Hospital, Garnisons Plads, Gothersgade
Kadetgade, Kongens Nytorv, Kronprinsessegade, Kvæsthusbroen, Kvæsthusgade
Lille Amaliegade, Lille Strandstræde
Norgesgade, Nyhavn, Ny Toldbodgade
Sankt Annæ Gade, Sankt Annæ Plads, Store Kongensgade, Store Strandstræde
Toldbod Plads, Toldbodvej
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