Frederiksborg Palace, Denmark by dubdream Frederiksborg Palace or Frederiksborg Castle is a palace in Hillerød, Denmark. It was built as a royal residence for King Christian IV and is now a museum of national history.
Byggeforenings homes, Copenhagen. Built for workers in The idea of providing good and healthy homes for the poorest part of the city's workforce originated among local politicians and medical doctors during the 1853 Copenhagen cholera outbreak
Dromore Castle, Co. Limerick, Ireland, by E. Godwin, for the young third Earl of Limerick. On a wooded hilltop near the Shannon estuary he built a splendidly vigorous but almost uninhabitable building. The house was dismantled in
Carlsberg, the fifth biggest brewery in the world originates from Copenhagen and is one of the largest Danish companies. At the visitor center in Valby, just outside the city center, is the Carlsberg Beer Museum. As part of the museum they have some Dutch