Amalienborg Palace
12°35′36″E / 55.684028°N 12.59333°E / 55.684028; 12.59333Amalienborg ([aˈmæːˀljənbɒːˀ]) is the winter home of the Danish royal family, and is located in Copenhagen, Denmark. I...
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Bernstorff Palace
Bernstorff Palace, Danish: Bernstorff Slot, in Gentofte, Copenhagen, Denmark, was built in the middle of the 18th century for Foreign Minister Johann Hartwig Ernst, Count von Bernstorff. It remained i...
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Amaliehaven
Amaliehaven (English: The Amalie Garden) is a small park located between Amalienborg Palace and the waterfront in the Frederiksstaden neighbourhood of central Copenhagen, Denmark. A relatively new par...
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Klitgården
Klitgården (lit. "The Dune House") is a former summer residence of the Danish royal family situated just south of Skagen on the northern tip of Jutland. The house was designed by Ulrik Plesner for Kin...
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Château de Cayx
The Cayx Palace (Danish: Château de Cayx, French: Château de Caïx) is a residence of the Danish Royal Family located in the wine district of Cahors in southern France.In medieval times the cas...
Schackenborg Castle
Schackenborg Castle (Danish: Schackenborg Slot, [ˈɕɑɡ̊ŋ̩b̥ɒːˀ ˈslʌd̥]) is the private residence of Prince Joachim of Denmark, the 2nd son of the present Danish monarch located in Møgeltønder, Sout...
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Hirschholm Palace
Hirschholm Palace, also known as Hørsholm Palace, was a royal palace located in present-day Hørsholm municipality just north of Copenhagen, Denmark. It was rebuilt in the Baroque style in the 1740s an...
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Marselisborg Palace
Marselisborg Palace, (Danish: Marselisborg Slot, [mɑˈseːlisb̥ɒːˀ]) is a royal residence of the Danish Royal Family in Aarhus. It has been the summer residence of Queen Margrethe II since 1967. Mar...
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List of Danish royal residences
The Danish Royal Family inhabit a range of residences around Denmark. Historically all the residences of the royal family were privately owned. With the introduction of the new Constitution in 1849, s...
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Christiansborg Palace (2nd)
The second Christiansborg Palace was a new main residence for the Danish Monarch built from 1803 to 1828 in Copenhagen as a replacement for the first Christiansborg Palace which had been destroyed by ...
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Sophie Amalienborg
Sophie Amalienborg was a pleasure palace roughly located where Amalienborg stands today in Copenhagen, Denmark. It was built by Queen Consort Sophie Amalie who lived there until her death in 1685 afte...
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Frederiksberg Palace
Frederiksberg Palace (Danish: Frederiksberg Slot) is a Baroque residence, located in Frederiksberg, Denmark, adjacent to the Copenhagen Zoo. It commands an impressive view over Frederiksberg Park...
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Frederiksborg Palace
Frederiksborg Palace or Frederiksborg Castle (Danish: Frederiksborg Slot) is a palace in Hillerød, Denmark. It was built as a royal residence for King Christian IV and is now a museum of national ...
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Egelund Castle
Egelund Castle (Danish: Egelund Slot) is a former royal residence built by Queen Dowager Louise Josephine from 1915 to 1917 on the road between Hillerød and Fredensborg, near the village of Nødebo and...
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Jægerspris Castle
Jægerspris Castle (Danish: Jægerspris Slot), in Jægerspris on the Hornsherred peninsula west of Copenhagen, is a Danish manor house. It has belonged to the Danish monarchs for most of its history...
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Fredensborg Palace
Fredensborg Palace (Danish: Fredensborg Slot; [ˈfʁæðˀn̩sbɒːˀ]) is a palace located on the eastern shore of Lake Esrum (Danish, Esrum Sø) in Fredensborg on the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in Denma...
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Brockdorff's Palace
Brockdorff's Palace is one of the four palaces of Amalienborg in Copenhagen. It was built 1750-1760 by Baron Joachim Brockdorff. Since 1765 it has been owned by the crown, first used as naval academy...
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Copenhagen Castle
Copenhagen Castle (Danish: Københavns Slot) was a castle on Slotsholmen in Copenhagen, Denmark, built in the late 14th century at the site of the current Christiansborg Palace. Copenhagen Castle i...
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Christiansborg Palace (1st)
The first Christiansborg Palace in Copenhagen, Denmark was built on Slotsholmen in 1745 as a new main residence for King Christian VI of Denmark. It was built on the same site as its predecessor, Cope...
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Sorgenfri Palace
Sorgenfri Palace (Danish: Sorgenfri Slot; lit. "carefree", like Sans Souci) is a royal residence of the Danish monarch, located in the Lyngby-Taarbæk municipality in Greater Copenhagen. Sorgenfri ...
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Gråsten Palace
Gråsten Palace (Danish: Gråsten Slot) is best known for being the summer residence of the Danish Royal Family. It is located in Gråsten in the Jutland region of southern Denmark. The main house ha...
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Christiansborg Palace
Christiansborg Palace or Christiansborg Castle (Danish: Christiansborg Slot; [krɪsdjænsˈbɔːɐ̯ˀ]), on the islet of Slotsholmen in central Copenhagen, is the seat of the Danish Parliament (Folketing...
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Rosenborg Castle
12°34′40″E / 55.68556°N 12.57778°E / 55.68556; 12.57778Rosenborg Castle (Danish: Rosenborg Slot) is a renaissance castle located in Copenhagen, Denmark. The castle was ori...
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Charlottenlund Palace
Charlottenlund Palace (Danish: Charlottenlund Slot) is a former royal summer residence in Charlottenlund, some 10 km north of central Copenhagen, Denmark. The palace was named after Charlotte Amal...
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Absalon's Castle
Absalon's Castle, (Danish: Absalons borg) was a fortification on the island of Slotsholmen in Copenhagen, located at the site of the later Copenhagen Castle and Christiansborg Palace. According to...
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The Hermitage Palace
The Hermitage Palace or Hermitage Hunting Lodge (Danish: Eremitageslottet or Eremitagen) is located in Dyrehaven north of Copenhagen, Denmark. The palace was built by architect Lauritz de Thurah in Ba...
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