Fredericia: A Town Worth Visiting in Denmark (2020)
Fredericia is a small town of Denmark, about 24 km (15 miles) west of Kolding. Most tourists visit Fredericia while on way to Koning city from the city of Odense.
The city is known as Fredericia since the city was built by Frederick III. The population of Fredericia is about 41,000.
Most tourists prefer to visit the following places in Fredericia:
a. Trinitatis Kirke Fredericia
The city of Frederica was founded in 1650. The archeological finding suggests the church was built in the year 1655 by King Frederick. The date was written on one of the foundation stones. The church was open in 1665 for regular services. The church was later known as Trinitatis Kirke Fredericia.
Danish church replaced the Trinitatis Kirke Fredericia in the year 1685. In the 17th century and later Trinitatis Kirke Fredericia the church was known as the half-timber church.
Trinitatis Kirke Fredericia was located near the cemetery and used as a church. The visit of Trinitatis Kirke and exhibits in the building brings the memory of past military sacrifices.
b. Madsby Park
The park is the place to relax and enjoy some free time with children. Park has several attractions like slide and swing for young children.
c. Fredericia Theatre
Fredericia Theatre is privately owned since March 2020. Visit to the theatre is optional to see the modern theatre built outside Copenhagen.
d. Landsoldatpladsen, Fredericia
Landsoldatpladsen, Fredericia is the largest natural park and garden in Denmark. Walking through the park, tourist can see the coastal fisherman town, lighthouse, and tall trees. The most remarkable attraction in the Landsoldatpladsen park in Fredericia is a statue of an unknown soldier.