40 dating Fredensborg

40 dating Fredensborg
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It would have been paid by Frederik privately as the state only covers expenses for external renovation and repair. They will move into Amlienborg when the renovation is done, at the moment that apears to be in 2009.I can imagen however that they will still use the place untill Fredrik becomes King, at which point they will probably leave it to Megrethe and Henrik...

Since the Queen is only 66 that may be a very long time.

And the chancellory house did not have to be restored.

Queen Ingrid lived there until her death, it was restored for her and still in good shape when M&F moved in. (Not sure about the kitchen, though.) And the chancellory house did not have to be restored.

Queen Ingrid lived there until her death, it was restored for her and still in good shape when M&F moved in. (Not sure about the kitchen, though.)There actually was a bit of restoration work done on the Kancellihuset; it was renovated for the late queen Ingrid in the early 70's so it probably needed something done.

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There are no trees next to that building, I don't see a private yard, and it seems lonely there for a young family. There are no trees next to that building, I don't see a private yard, and it seems lonely there for a young family. There are no trees next to that building, I don't see a private yard, and it seems lonely there for a young family. And yes, there are trees (try looking at the last pic here and I bet there is a private garden as well. Can someone please explain Fredensborg Palace to me?

Should they feel the need for more trees they are practically living in the midst of a park/wood so there's plenty to go around. Question though: I seem to remember the place has some sort of moat and draw bridge: I saw them walk over it when Mary and Christian came back from the hospital right after his birth. I would like to know, when Mary and Frederik came home with both Christian and Lillepigen they walked up a ramp/bridge/overpass (?

Actually as someone already mentioned, the renovation was indeed very much needed and very extencive.

I believe the final amount for the exterier renovation came to about 20 million danish kroner.

When you stand there looking at Kancellihuset it appears very warm and appealing and I can well understand why they have chosen to live there. I'd LOVE to live there - even if I wasn't paid for it Here is an aerial view of Fredensborg Palace from Google where the Crown Princes live. ) that had red fences on either side..when I looked at the aerial view of Fredensborg...