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Budolfi Cathedral is placed on the highest spot in the old Aalborg between the old highstreet Algade and Gammeltorv. Its snow white facade gives the cathedral a exalted expression even though its actually the smallest of its kind i Denmark. Budolfi...more
Although the Gothic Budolfi Cathedral is not very large, it makes a striking statement due to its gleaming white bricks. The current cathedral replaced earlier structures in the late 14th century. In the interior the organ stands out and is still in working order. It...More
We had a very short visit to the Cathedral with our small tour group.
Beautiful ceiling fresco’s and beautiful sanctuary with a beautiful altar and chandeliers.
Worth a short visit and excellent for good photographers.
Saturday noon and Organ on full blast. For agnostic, the place converts one. Very emotional experience. Only a few Saturdays left this season for the fantastic performance of organ compositions. don't miss it. Last chance.
Came across Budolfi Cathedral striking white Church in the middle of the Old town
this church dates back in history. Unfortunately we could not go in as we did not have the time, will try & get back one day.
All in all, our walking tour of Aalborg was very interesting, the old post office that is next door to the Budolfi Cathedral was neat to see with all the holes in the tower for the carrier pigeons. The cathedral was small but lovely -...More
This is a beautiful church. The interior is quite plain as it’s Lutheran and it’s very white but there is plenty of interest to see and we were made to feel very welcome. Try to avoid going in when a tour party is in.
Even if not going inside, it is still beautiful to admire it from the outside and the history is interesting, too. It is named for a 650 AD Benedictine monk (English) who is known as St. Botolph.
During the reformation in the mid-1500's, it became...More