Today, the first stop of our trip to Copenhagen is Rosenberg Palace, also known as Roseburg. Get off at Norreport by M1 or M2 from the Central Railway Station, go straight ahead and turn right. Rosenberg Palace has another beautiful name, Rose Palace. It has just stepped into the scenic spot, and its pastoral scenery shows us a beautiful picture. The tall and bulky guards in front of the door added a few more points of view. Built in the 16th century, the Summer Palace of the King of Denmark consists of three minarets. It is a typical Renaissance building, Rosenberg Palace, which is mainly used by the royal family to preserve collections. It has free access to Copenhagen Kako, but it needs to change tickets at the ticket office. The palace opened at 10 a.m. and there was a long queue at the ticket office at 9:40, which showed that the popularity was very strong. Entering the museum, many collections are too luxurious and exquisite to be seen. Notable is the Chinese treasure blue and white porcelain, I do not know that the era was plundered and lost outside, see the heart of the national treasure has a slight pain. When I came out after the visit, I happened to see the guards changing posts. I could not help pressing the shutter to take pictures. The scenery is dead, the characters are alive, and the good temperature can make the inner world of the characters vividly and vividly.
Must visit when in Copenhagen.Copenhagen Pass Includes entry to Rosenborg Castle. You can view Crown Jewels in this Castle.
Copenhagen is one of the most worthwhile historical sites to visit. Located in the beautiful King's Park, the architectural style of red brick and bronze roofs, once the summer farewell palace of Christian IV, has now become a royal treasure house, collecting diamond crowns, precious jewelry, gorgeous costumes, paintings and other cultural relics. Underground treasure room is the essence. Don't miss it.
Roseburg Palace, Denmark. This is one of Denmark's most famous castles, built in 1633. In 1606, King Christian IV of Denmark built a park on the outskirts of Copenhagen. Although the park was pleasant, he regretted the lack of an appropriate building. So he decided to build a castle in the northeast corner of the park. After several renovations, it was finally built. This castle is now Rosebud Palace. From Sweden to Copenhagen, from the city hall to the palace to Roseburg Palace, from Andersen to the mermaid to the statue of the goddess of peasants, we can see the charm of the fairy tale capital. Back in Sweden, an unexpected music festival, let my emotions high to the top!
Holding Copenhagen Card is free to enter. There is a big garden outside the castle. There are many roses planted. They are very beautiful. After entering the castle, I visited it myself, not a luxury castle, but it was good. Armed soldiers guard the doorway. Recently, many soldiers in Europe feel much safer.
Rose Palace, also known as Rosen Castle, is a tall and exquisite Renaissance building. But more importantly, its collection is so rich that the most famous one is the crown filled with precious stones, and the ivory throne is absolutely shocking and exquisite, absolutely priceless.
Originally the Royal palace, Copenhagen must go to one of the attractions. There are very detailed Chinese guidebooks, each floor and every room has a detailed introduction, the castle interior is also a low-key luxury. Geographical location is not far from the city center, you can walk past!
Rose Palace has the name of Little Versailles Palace. It is delicate and tasteful. The scenery outside the palace is beautiful and pleasant. The collection inside the palace is also exquisite. Some people say that Denmark is poor, which shows that he does not know the history of Denmark. Denmark conquered England and Norway in the 11th century. In the 13th century, the Karma Union put Sweden, Norway, the Faroe Islands, Finland, Greenland and other territories under the rule of the Danish monarch, which can not be underestimated.