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The Most Famous Palaces And Houses Of The Danish Royal Family

Danish Royal Family's Most Famous Palaces And Houses

The Most Famous Palaces And Houses Of The Danish Royal Family
In the past few days, we have seen the most famous palaces and houses of famous families, as well as the most famous palaces of the rich. Today, we will review together some of the most famous palaces and houses owned by the Danish royal family:

Palace of Amalienburg:

The Danish capital of Copenhagen is made up of four palaces:
Christian IX Palace is the official winter residence of the Queen of Denmark and her husband Prince Henrik.
Frederick VIII Palace is the official residence of the Crown Prince of Denmark, his wife and their children.
Christian VIII Palace is the headquarters of the Amalienburg Museum which is part of the Royal Collection.
Christian VII Palace is used as an official residence to host guests and to host parties and official events.
The Most Famous Palaces And Houses Of The Danish Royal Family

Palace of Friedensburg:

The island of Zeeland in Denmark is the official residence of the spring and autumn of the Queen of Denmark and her husband Prince Henryk and attached to the house of "Chancellery House", the residence of the Crown Prince of Denmark and his family.

Palace of Marselzburg:

It is located in Aarhus, Denmark, the summer residence of the Queen of Denmark and her husband Prince Henry.

Graesten Palace:

It is located in the Yutland Peninsula, home to the second summer vacation of the Danish royal family.

Chateau de Quix:

It is located in the French city of Cahors and is used as an additional summer holiday home for the Danish royal family.

Shankenburg Castle:

Located in South Yutland, the former residence of Prince Joachim, his wife Princess Marie and their children, the castle now has its own establishment.
The Most Famous Palaces And Houses Of The Danish Royal Family

Palace of Surgenevre:

The Palace of Surgenfrey in Lingbe was the residence of Count Christian and Countess Anne-Dorte from Rosenborg from 1991 to the death of Count and Countess in 2013 and 2014, respectively. The couple lived in a palace suite known as the "Dambygningen" wing. Since their death, Princess Elisabeth, the Danish queen's cousin, has been living in the wing.

Hermitage Palace (Hermitage):

The "Dyrehaven" area in Lingbe, this palace was not built to be a royal residence to host concerts during the hunting season in the park around the palace but is now used as a residence for the Danish royal family during the fishing seasons.

Royal Yacht Daniproj:

It is used as an official residence of the Queen of Denmark, her husband Prince Henryk and other royal family members during some official visits and summer cruises of the Danish royal family.
Danish Royal Family's Most Famous Palaces And Houses



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