Sorgenfri Palace

Sorgenfri Palace (Danish: Sorgenfri Slot; lit. "carefree", like Sans Souci) is a royal residence of the Danish monarch, located in the Lyngby-Taarbæk municipality in Greater Copenhagen.

Today the palace is closed to the public but the palace gardens are accessible when the monarch is not in residence. Count Christian of Rosenborg (a younger son of Prince Knud) and his wife Countess Anne-Dorte presently reside in the palace.

Read more about Sorgenfri Palace:  History

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Sorgenfri Palace - History
... Originally a country seat, Sorgenfri Palace was built for the Danish nobleman Count Carl Ahlefeldt in 1705-06 ... The palace first became a royal residence in 1730 after coming into the possession of the Danish Royal Family ... (noted also for his remodelling and expansion of Hirschholm Palace) to construct a wing for the gentlemen of the Court ...
List Of Danish Royal Residences - Palaces - Sorgenfri Palace
... Sorgenfri Palace is a royal residence of the Danish monarch located in the Lyngby-Taarbæk municipality in Greater Copenhagen ... Originally a country seat, Sorgenfri Palace was built for the Danish nobleman Count Carl Ahlefeldt in 1706 ... The palace first became a royal residence in 1730 after coming into the possession of the Danish Royal Family ...

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