The Hermitage Palace

Info: "The Hermitage Palace has, through the years, been the centre for royal hunts and are naturally connected to Danish Kings hunting traditions - as well as their decorative hunting estates - which is surrounded by large hunting fields and pastures - and is a important a part of the Danish Cultural Heritage and royal history. The Hermitage Palace was built in Baroque style - as a Royal Hunting Lodge in 1734 - for King Christian VI (1699-1746 - ruled Denmark and Norway 1730-1746) and is situated 16 km north of the city centre of Copenhagen."

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