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Arresø Helsinge HelsingeArresø Helsinge
Helsinge

Arresø is Denmark´s largest lake and owned by the Environmental and Energy Ministry. Arresø borders on three....
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Ellemosen Tisvildeleje TisvildelejeEllemosen Tisvildeleje
Tisvildeleje

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Tisvilde Hegn TisvildeTisvilde Hegn
Tisvilde

The area around Tisvilde Fences is characterized by sand drift which raged in the 1500s. Soil exchanger much. Flying Sand in some places up to 20 m. Botanic very valuable herbal flora,....
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Nivaagaards Malerisamling NivaaNivaagaards Malerisamling
Nivaa

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Fredensborg Castle FredensborgFredensborg Castle
Fredensborg

Fredensborg Palace is often regarded as Denmark´s Versailles. The elegant Baroque palace was named after King Frederik IV, just with peace of mind, to commemorate the ending of the Great Northern War in 1772 (hence the name Frederick). Treaty with Sweden was signed while the castle was built. It was enlarged and improved during the 18th Century by, among other Eigtved Nicolai, who also have been b....
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Frederiksborg Castle HillerødFrederiksborg Castle
Hillerød

This unique Renaissance castle was built by King Christian 4 In 1600 - century´s first decade, as an expression of his position as a powerful North European monarch.....
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Hamlets Castle Elsinore HelsingørHamlets Castle Elsinore
Helsingør

Kronborg Castle - in which Shakespeare´s Hamlet take place and if casemates Holger Danish sleep - was finished in 1585. The builder was Frederick II, and the architects were Hans Van Pieschen and Anthonis Van Opbergen. The castle, with its unique location on the Sound, contains among other things Northern Europe´s largest hall (62 x 12 m), the king and queen´s chambers, the Privy Council Chamber, ....
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Lystrupgaard Slangerup SlangerupLystrupgaard Slangerup
Slangerup

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Asserbo Castle ruin FrederiksværkAsserbo Castle ruin
Frederiksværk

Founded a 1100s convent. Has been owned by Bishop Absalon. Later the noble family of Oxe and Laxmand.....
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Gurre Castleruin Kvistgård HelsingørGurre Castleruin Kvistgård
Helsingør

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Hammermøllen Hellebæk Old watermill HelsingørHammermøllen Hellebæk Old watermill
Helsingør

Hellebæk Hammer Mill is beautifully situated on the edge of the forest area Teglstrup Fence at its mill pond, called Keep The pond, fed by Helle brook. The mill is the only one of its kind in Denmark.....
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Esrum Møllegård Græsted  watermill EsrumEsrum Møllegård Græsted watermill
Esrum

Esrum Kloster blev grundlagt af Cistercienserordenen i 1151 og fik stor betydning som cisterciensernes åndelige centrum i Danmark. I dag fungerer Esrum Kloster som kulturelt centrum med skiftende udstillinger ....
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Esrum monastery GræstedEsrum monastery
Græsted

Esrum Kloster blev grundlagt af Cistercienserordenen i 1151 og fik stor betydning som cisterciensernes åndelige centrum i Danmark. I dag fungerer Esrum Kloster som kulturelt centrum med skiftende udstillinger ....
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Jægerspris Castle JægersprisJægerspris Castle
Jægerspris

Jaegerspris castle was first mentioned 1318 and named Abraham Squad. The residents were king Erik Menved and Queen Ingeborg. A tragic story tells that the Queen on a trip to Holbaek, crashed, and their young son died.....
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Selsø Castle Skibby SkibbySelsø Castle Skibby
Skibby

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Nakkehoved International Lighthouse Museum GillelejeNakkehoved International Lighthouse Museum
Gilleleje

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