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Rosenborg Castle

May 15, 2016

The royal Rosenborg Castle was built by king Christian IV in the 17th century in central Copenhagen and today it is one of the most beloved attractions in the city.

Although the castle is small, there are plenty of things to see including the King’s garden, the crown jewels, wall tapestries which commemorate the battles between Denmark and Sweden, the coronation throne with silver lions guarding it and more.The opening hours differ from season to season but they are usually open 10:00 – 16:00 on Tuesday to Friday and longer during the summer months. It’s free for children and those with a Copenhagen Card (which I’d definitely recommend getting) or 105.00 DK for everyone else.

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