Making Friends with the Ghosts of Dragsholm Castle

Have you ever thought that we’re not alone in this world? I’m not talking about animals, plants, or anything that’s living. Right the opposite, I’m talking about things that are no longer living. Denmark’s history is so rich, full of mysterious Viking ships, excavations, and a number of other attractions, that you definitely won’t feel …

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Castles in Denmark

Palace Fredensborg Palace Fredensborg is summer royal residence. Constructed in the Italian style and located among formal park, the palace is accessible for visiting only in July (from 13:00 till, 25 kr). If you are lucky enough to meet the queen in the residence shortly before midday you can observe changing of the guard. The …

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Castles in Denmark

Frederiksborg Castle On 30 km to the north from Copenhagen, in city Hiller, there is a fine sample of the Renaissance architecture – Frederiksborg Castle (Frederiksborg Slot). The castle was stretched in territory of three islets. The oldest part of  it is dated time of board Frederika II though the most part of the structures …

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