Amalienborg Palace, Copenhagen

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    Take a walk around the grounds...

    by goingplaces Updated Aug 25, 2002

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    Take a walk around the grounds of Amalienborg Palace, the Queen's residence when she is in town. There are guards posted at various corners of the buildings, and at certain times of the day they change shifts. Be careful walking around, though, because the occasional car comes whizzing through--usually right where you're standing.

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    AMALIENBORG PALACE. The royal...

    by miaou Updated Aug 24, 2002

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    AMALIENBORG PALACE. The royal family's humble home. Here you can also watch the changing of the guards. The statue is Frederik V and don't lean against it or sit on the chain. I got yelled by the guard! Hmm... I didn't try sitting down on the cobblestone, you think they would mind??

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    Amielenborg Palace

    by Jim_Eliason Updated Dec 2, 2013

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    Amielenborg is the residence of the Queen when she is in Copenhagen. Here you can visit the royal state rooms.

    Related to:
    • Castles and Palaces
    • Historical Travel
    • Architecture

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    Amaliehaven

    by SandiMandi Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Amaliehaven

    There's a nice little park between the sea and Amalienborg called Amaliehaven. It's very idyllic with its fountain and it offers a nice view over to the Marble church.

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    Amalienborg and Amaliehaven

    by Redang Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Amalienborg Palace (Copenhagen, Denmark)
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    This is the Royal winter residence.
    The pics, show:
    - The Palace
    - The Changing of the Guard, that takes place at noon
    - The statue of Frederic V
    - Amaliehaven
    - The Opera House from the Garden

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    Amalienborg Palace

    by bambino36 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Amalienborg Palace, Copenhagen

    Amalienborg Palace is the royal couple's winter residence. Amalienborg comprises four palaces and was originally conceived as town mansions for families of the nobility at the beginning of the 1750s.

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    The Royal Palace

    by msgamal Written Aug 15, 2004
    Changing Guards

    don't miss the Royal Palace, it is nice and guards are friendly take pictures and see the Queen's windows, maybe she is going to be there.

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    The Danish Royalz

    by Sharna. Written May 25, 2004

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    Go and say G'day to Mary and Fredrick at the palace.

    If its a special occasion they'll even come out and wave to you!

    Oh and the queen lives there too, but Im aussie so I go to see Mary!

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    Amalienborg Palace

    by Maggies Updated Jun 29, 2003

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    It actually consists of 4 palaces that are identical from the outside. The royal family resides in one of them and this is where royal guard changes every day at noon.

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    Amalienborg PalaceDenmark is...

    by migdal Updated Aug 24, 2002

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    Amalienborg Palace
    Denmark is the oldest kingdom in the world.Queen Margrethe II of Denmark is the reigning queen
    The Changing of the Royal Life Guard takes place every day at noon.

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    Go see the Royal Palace where...

    by hugsnkisses Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Go see the Royal Palace where the Danish royal family stays.
    They have little guards standing at attention outside each part of the castle like they have in London

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