I bet you didn't know there was a Danish church in London. Well, there is - slightly hidden away on the edge of Regent's Park. It's an imposing building, 200 years or so old, leased by the Danish Church in London from the Crown Estate.
The church is St Katharine's. A Danish congregation moved in here in 1952. Not long ago they held there summer fete, and put banners up on the Albany Street side of the church - without which I would never have know that there was a Danish church here.
If you look closely above you can see a dash of red, the limp Danish flag on perhaps the warmest and most breezeless day of the year to date.
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