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Denmark | Christiansborg Palace


Overview
  • Where: Copenhagen city Center
  • Who: Palace and government building, seat of Danish Parliament, the Danish Prime Minister’s office, Supreme Court of Denmark
  • When: 1167
  • Points of interest: The Throne room, The Royal Reception
  • Hours: 10am – 5pm 
  • Price to the Royal Reception Room: 90 DKK, Free with Copenhagen card 

Christiansborg Palace has two of my top favorite rooms out of this entire trip – the reading room, and the grand staircase. The colors of this palace is also mostly in line with what I think of royalty – white and gold. We went early in the morning as it just opened so there weren’t many people and could get a clear shot of each room. The reading room contained many volumes of diaries and documents of the previous kings and queens. Almost every room has sunlight shining in and lighting up the place. At the very end, you take the grand staircase, down red carpeted floors. 



The Church of Christiansborg



The Welcome Hall 



The Royal Danish Collection of Tableware



The Library






The many reception rooms of Christiansborg






The Throneroom



The Grand Staircase 



Check out the many other Palaces and Castles of Denmark under the Travel-Denmark lable on the left column of the page: Frederiksborg, Amalienborg, and Rosenborg.




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1 comment:

  1. All the pictures look so amazing and breathtaking, the whole interior is so elegant and delicate, can't stop staring at the pictures. Lovely post, hope to read more about your trip.

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