Touring around Copenhagen Part 2

Touring around Copenhagen Part 2, Copenhagen, Denmark (B)

This post and the previous post is about the path that I followed when I visited Copenhagen. On a previous post, I have covered; The Little Mermaid Statue (1), Kastellet or The Citadel (2), The marble church (3), Amalienborg Palace (4), Mormons Cafe (5), Nyhavn (6), Restaurant Brdr. Price (7). In this post I am continuing my journey from number 8 (The King’s Gardens).

Rosenborg castle was a royal residence built by Christian IV in 1600’s. The castle also has a beautiful garden called “The King’s Garden” which were designed in renaissance style as the castle itself. There are many different types of plants and trees in the garden as well as statues. The most popular decoration of the garden is Hercules statue placed in a pavilion. The statue was created by an Italian sculpture called Giovanni Baratta.

The King’s Garden was a private property of the royal family until 1710. During that time the garden was also used for production, fruits, vegetables, and flowers we supplied for the royal family. The gardens opened to public in 1710 when the royal family abandoned the castle. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Touring around Copenhagen Part 2
Guide Location: Denmark » Copenhagen
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Begum Erten-uyumaz
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • The King’s Garden
  • Strøget
  • The Lego store
  • Tivoli Gardens
  • Carlsberg Brewery

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