Skt. Stefans Parish København, København, Denmark

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The parish was created from parts of Skt. Johannes and Brønshøj parishes on 7 December 1874.

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

  • 9 July 1876 - more of Skt. Johannes parish was added to Skt. Stefans.
  • 1890 - part of the parish split and was annexed by Hellig Kors parish.
  • 1902 - part of the parish went to Kapernaums parish.
  • 1905 - the 2nd district of Skt. Stefans was given to Simeons parish.
  • 1908 - parts of the parish went to both Aldersro parish and Kingos parish.
  • 19 Sept 1908 - The parish was split in half. The first half was called Skt. Stefans nordre parish (later on the parish was renamed Kingos parish), and the second half was called Skt. Stefans søndre parish (later, the name reverted back to the original name, Skt. Stefans parish).
  • 1912 - part of the parish was given to Anna parish.

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Nordbanegade, Nærumgade, Nørrebrogade, Nørrebro Vænge

Ole Jørgensens Gade

Rungsteds Plads

Sanbjerggade, Skodsborggade, Sorgenfrigade, Stefansgade, Søllerødgade





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