The royal palace Rosenborg Slot in Copenhagen
Christian IV had the Dutch Renaissance brick palace constructed between 1606 and 1624 as a holiday home. Up until Frederick IV erected a larger palace at Frederiksberg in the early 18th century, succeeding kings lived at Rosenborg. One of Copenhagen’s most well-liked sights, Rosenborg was become a public museum at the beginning of the 19th century. A total of 24 royal rooms are accessible to guests.
With its turrets, gables, and expansive gardens, this gorgeous royal palace appeared as though it were straight out of a fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen. The Rosenborg showpiece is its underground treasury, which houses the crown jewels and other royal regalia. Rosenborg was built for Christian IV and contains a treasure trove of royal artifacts and armory.