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The small town Fredensborg in North Zealand is home to Fredensborg Palace. Now the present Royal Family uses the palace for three months in the spring and three in the autumn.Fredensborg Palace is often the setting for important events in the life of the Royal Family. It is here they celebrate weddings, silver wedding anniversaries and birthdays. The Queen receives Heads of State from all over the world at Fredensborg during State Visits. Here too Ambassadors of foreign countries present their credentials to the Queen.
Fredensborg Palace was built as a hunting seat for King Frederik IV by the architect J.C. Krieger in 1719. The Palace gardens cover just under 300 acres, and were originally laid out by J.C. Krieger. In 1995 an “Orangery” was built adjacent to the Palace kitchen garden.
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