Kronborg Castle In Denmark

Kronborg is a located in the town of Helsingor, Denmark as well as Kronborg is a castle and Kronborg is one of the most important Renaissance castles in the Northern Europe. Kronborg castle is a castle as well as a stronghold of the Helsingor, Denmark and the Kronborg castle is added to UNESCO's World Heritage Sites list in 2000.

Kronborg castle is situated at an elevation of 12m as well as with the series of moats and gates protecting the route from the town to the castle itself. In 1923 the army left the Kronborg castle and after the thorough renovation the Kronborg castle was opened for the public.

The Story of Kronborg castle is bake to the castle, Krogen, in the 1420s the Kronborg castle is built by the Danish king, Eric of Pomerania as well as the Kronborg castle is built on the Orekrog and that is a sandy tongue of land stretching into the sea from the coast of Zealand towards the coast of Scania and in the Kronborg castle consisted of a square curtain wall with a number of stone buildings inside.

In 1558 to 1559 King Christian III is the corners of the curtain wall supplemented with bastions as well as in 1629 the castle to go up in flames in the night between the 24 and 25 September. The Flames is occurred by the carelessness of the two workmen.

Kronborg castle contains the royal apartments at the first floor of north wing and Kronborg castle also contains Ballroom is the largest hall with measuring of 62 x 12 metres. Kronborg castle also contains Little Hall as well as Chapel and also statue of Holger in the Kronborg castle.

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