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SPECTA is a gallery for contemporary art, representing a selected group of Scandinavian and international artists. The gallery presents six-eight exhibitions every year, ... read more
Galleri Susanne Ottesen's focus is on Contemporary local and international artists. read more
Galleri Tom Christoffersen is a gallery of contemporary art situated in the centre of Copenhagen. We collaborate with curators, collectors and other galleries and ... read more
Galleri Poulsen: a well established gallery with over 16 years on the national as well as the international Contemporary art scene.
Hans Alf Gallery, established in 2006, represents a select group of contemporary Danish and International artists, whose work span a variety of modes of expression. The ... read more
Kant Gallery: Contemporary Art. read more
Marie Kirkegaard Gallery: inaugurated in 2013, the gallery is focusing on contemporary Scandinavian and International art by emerging and mid-career artists working in a ... read more
NILS STÆRK is a contemporary art gallery with an international profile, established in 1997 and representing mid-career and established national and international ... read more
Amalienborg Palace is the residence of the Danish royal family and consists of four identical parts, with in the centre the statue of its founder King Frederick V. The ... read more
Rosenborg Castle, in (Dutch) Renaissance style and dating back to 1606, houses the Royal Collections. It is surrounded by the country's oldest royal garden and is, ... read more
Christiansborg Palace is partly used as Royal Palace (working place), Danish Parliament, Danish Prime Minister's Office and Supreme Court of Denmark. It is open to ... read more
Marselisborg Palace is the summer residence of the Queen Margrethe and her family. Only the park and gardens are open while the Queen and royal family are not in ... read more
Fredensborg Palace, built originally as a hunting seat early 18th century, is used by the Queen and her family around six month a year and for official or private ... read more
Sorgenfri Palace, build in 1756 and surrounded by a 40 ha park, is a royal residence. Only the park is open to the public.
Frederiksborg Palace was built in the Dutch Renaissance style at the beginning of the 1600s by King Christian IV. Fully restored by 1882 after a fire, it was reopened to ... read more
Charlottenborg Palace, a 17th century Baroque palace and a royal residence until 1754, became the seat of Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and later also Kunsthal ... read more
Kronborg Castle dates back to the 1420s and is one of the most important Renaissance castles in Northern Europe. Today a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is open to the ... read more
The Hermitage Hunting Lodge, in Baroque style, was built for King Christian VI by architect Lauritz from 1734 to 1736. Presently it is available to the Royal Family and ... read more
Koldinghus Castle Museum, dating back to the 13th century, has known several periods as fortress, royal residence, ruin and today as a museum.
Nyborg Castle Museum, dating back to the 12th century was also the place were King Eric V signed the country's first constitution in 1282. Very neglected for ... read more