Kongens Have, Copenhagen
Categories: Nature & Parks
At Kongens Have, walk the Knight's Path, a lime-tree avenue which intersects the Lady's Path near the center of the park. King Christian IV established a pleasure garden in the Renaissance style in 1606, which was redesigned in the Baroque style in the 18th century. The oldest and most visited park in the city features statues, monuments, and several historical buildings, including Rosenborg Barracks, home to the Royal Guards. Look for the oldest sculpture in the garden of a lion with a humanoid face which is tearing apart a horse. The early 17th century sculpture most likely illustrates a Persian legend about the battle between light and darkness. To visit Kongens Have on your holiday in Copenhagen, and find out what else Copenhagen has to offer, use our Copenhagen holiday planner.
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This is a really nice place to sit and chill, or have a picnic. It was busier than the nearby botanical gardens, with tourists and locals alike. The park has a kind of geometric feel, with trees, hedg... read more »
Es un parque muy amplio, junto al Castillo de Rosenborg (en la parte Norte) Está bien para dar un paseo relajado, pero no nos entusiasmó. Parques como este se ven en muchísimas ciudades. Nosotros reco... read more »It is a park very broad, next to Rosenborg Castle (on the north side) is good for a relaxed stroll, but not excited. Parks such as this are seen in many cities. We recommend to visit the Oerstedsparken (very close to Nørreport station) rather smaller, but much nicer.show original
ローゼンボー離宮に面した公園で、ここを通ってアメリエンボー宮殿まで行きましたが、かなり広かったです。木々が多くベンチもあるので、地元の方の憩いの場所でもあるようでピクニックをしている方々を多くみましたHere through the Rosenborg Palace park, went to the Palace of amalienborg – little is quite helpful. I often have picnic, many trees and benches, so seems to be in place for local peopleshow original
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