Denmark - a wonderful country with many attractions, most of which are linked to the life of the royal family. Amalienbor palace, located in Copenhagen is still used by the royal family, but he is ready to receive visitors. Visitors can not only see the buildings themselves, but also go to the private quarters of the Queen of Denmark, look for furniture and household items.
The first building appeared here in 1673. He was named Amalienbor, in honor of Sophia Amalia, wife of one of the kings. But 12 years later it burned down. However, at this point, erected new buildings, which were of the same name as the first palace.Construction began in 1750, the author of the project was the architect Nicholas Egtved. It was done four buildings in the Rococo style. The palace has a courtyard adorned with a statue of King Frederick. It was made in 1771.
The second palace was intended for KF Levetsau. But since 1794, he is considered the property of the royal family and is called the Palace of Christian VIII. The building was restored in 1980, it kept the Royal Library and the Royal Collection.