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Another place that I wanted to visit was Frederiks Church and Amalienborg Palaces. We found Frederiks Church first on the Sunday but could not enter so we went back on the Monday and got to look inside. It was beautiful and just love doing these sorts of things.

Amalienborg Palaces

Directly opposite Frederiks Church you can find Amalienborg Рthe four Royal palaces. And they are identical in size and they were all built in the 18th century. Amalienborg is the home of the Danish royal family, and is located in Copenhagen, Denmark. It consists of four identical classical palace facades with rococo interiors around an octagonal courtyard. Every day at 12pm, you can see the changing of the guards. We visited this and experienced royal life past and present. Amalienborg Museum presents the private interiors of the most recent kings and queens and an exhibit on the monarchy today with its many traditions. It again was a great place to visit being a big fan of architecture and history.

Amalienborg Palaces

This model is a good example of the palaces, as you can not get this shot.


The tour is so interesting and I am so pleased that we visited.


And I found him in the study – look at his teeth !



Amalienborg Palaces

Again, thanks to the Copenhagen Card, we were able to visit both Frederiks Church and Amalienborg Palaces. Such a great thing when there is so much you want to see in a city.

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