Egeskov Castle Denmark

Egeskov Castle is located at Denmark and the castle is Europe's best preserved Renaissance water castle as well as the Egeskov Castle is near Kvaerndrup and in the south side of the island of Funen in Denmark.

Egeskov Castle is first of all mentioned in 1405 as well the in the 1554 Egeskov Castle structure is erected by the Frands Brockenhuus. The Egeskov Castle is constructed on oaken piles as well as the Egeskov Castle is located in a small lake and that lake contain maximum depth of 5 meters (approximately 16ft) and in the Egeskov Castle originally only access was by the means of a drawbridge. The most important thing is that is according to the legends it took an forest of the oak trees to build the foundation so the name of Egeskov Castle is derived Egeskov (oak forest).

Architecture Of Castle
Gothic building is there at outside the castle is a late as well as the Egeskov Castle contains original elements which are already show Renaissance design and there are two long building in the Egeskov Castle which are connected by the thick double wall.

In the Egeskov Castle architecture also includes things like a double string course between the high cellar and the ground floor and round-arched blank arcading within the gables as well also includes round-arched windows.

Gardens And Lands Of Castle
Egeskov Castle includes Lade garden as well as also thatched half-timbered building which is part of the museum now and other buildings are used for farming by the museum. The park is divided and no of garden is generated and the garden contains features fountains as well as also gravels path and topiary figures.

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