Of the religions in Denmark, the most prominent is the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Denmark which is the official state religion. Other faiths include Roman Catholics and Muslims.
In general, Danes are not very religious, with church attendance being generally low. According to a 2005 study, Denmark has the third-highest proportion of atheists and agnostics in the world, estimate to be between 43% and 80%, as many do not practice their faith. Though Christmas is considered to be Denmark's most celebrated holiday, this is mostly due to cultural, rather than religious, reasons.
The spiral tower of Our Saviour Church in Copenhagen
Fresco from the year of 1325 in Ørslev Church
Close-up of the dance fresco in Ørslev Church
St. Alban's Church in Copenhagen
Church in eastern Jutland
Interior of Ørslev Church in western Zealand
Church in Copenhagen
Frederikskirken in Copenhagen