Tuesday, 26 February 2013

Office with a view

Hørsholm Kirke by C.F. Hansen was finished in 1823 and succeeded the prior Hirschholm Palace.
'After that summer, and after the arrest of Struensee and the Queen on 17 January 1772, and the subsequent execution of Struensee, and the banishment and imprisonment of the Queen, the palace stood empty until 1810. At that time Frederik VI had the now dilapidated palace torn down for use as build materials for the rebuilding of Christiansborg Palace, which had burned to the ground in the fire of 1794.'

The white church in the lake with an alley bridge.

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