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Located in within the castle, it's possibly one of the nicest parts of it.
It's so clean and well preserved that puts to shame other major attractions.
I was lucky enough to be there while too skilled ladies (girl power!) were tuning the main organ......More
We did a day tour from Copenhagen and we were not disappointed at all with this church. Upon entering the exterior courtyard I took a photo of a very decorated window, turned out it was the royal pews! So don’t forget to look for t.
Christian IV wanted to have the grandest royal chapel in Europe and he succeeded. Although the castle suffered a fire in 1859 and has reconstruction, the chapel is mostly all original, dating to 1620. It is very sumptuous. You will be impresed by the silver...More
The castle looks impressive but the Titels and the whole information available on the spot is in danish, so if you don’t speak it you are gonna feel lost. The most of the exposition are paintings.
The museum‘s strollers are very bad, so take a...More
This church located inside Fredriksborg castle and the Danish National Museum is really something to see. You access the church on the balcony level from where you can see the roof, windows, and paintings up close. The artwork is very impressive and unusual to Scandinavia...More
Inside Frederiksborg, a church for royal danish family, such a beautiful place, you can spend an hour contemplating the details, there are coats of arm for different leaders of royal families from the world decorate the upper walls of the church, worth to take some...More
During this era religion played a central role in people's lives and this place is a testimony to it.
No expense was spared, people devoted fortune, energy, skill and diligent time and talent to making this place that cannot be found in any of today's...More