Rosenborg Castle (Rosenborg Slot in
Danish) is a castle located in Denmark’s capital, Copenhagen.
The castle was commissioned by Danish king, Christian IV. Rosenborg
Castle, originally a summerhouse, was built in 1606 and reflects a Dutch Renaissance style,
with red brick and gray sandstone.
It is located in KongensHave ("The King's Garden"), or Rosenborg
Castle Garden, in Copenhagen. The castle garden is the oldest royal garden of Denmark and a
very popular tourist attraction, over 2.5 million people visiting them every year.
Although the castle is a royal one, it was the seat of the Danish
kings only until 1710. After that year the castle was used by the Danish Royal family only when
The castle houses a cultural history museum that contains royal
collections, tapestries, and artifacts representing Danish culture from the 15th to 19th
centuries, including the crown jewels, the Danish crown regalia and a coronation carpet. The
museum also hosts special exhibitions throughout the year. Traktørstedet, a restaurant and
café, lies adjacent to the castle.
Rosenborg Castle is located in Copenhagen, Denmark at the following address:
Øster Voldgade 4A 1350 København, Danemarca. Use this map to get directions:
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