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Fredensborg Palace

Listed under Castles & Palaces in Copenhagen, Denmark.

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The 18th-century baroque Fredensborg Palace sits just north of Copenhagen, overlooking Lake Esrum. The Danish royal family regularly use it for majestic shindigs (Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary were married here in 2004). Also home to the Museum of National History.

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