Theatre Museum in the Court Theatre. The Royal Stables are home to the horses and carriages used to perform the ceremonial transport for the Danish Royal Family during state events and festive occasions. Children find a man who calls himself Loke. There was an error trying to load your rating for this title. The first fire occurred in and the second in Plus, we've got an uncensored version!
Sign in with Facebook Other Sign in options. Plus, we've got an uncensored version! You don't know Jack. Children find a man who calls himself Loke. They also find a portal that leads them to Valhal, where the Norse gods live. A christmas calendar production about a team of Christmas elves who are sent to assist Santa Claus in a time of crisis. In the royal archives of Denmark, everything goes incredibly wrong when resident elf Pyrus decides to meet Santa Claus.
The tween, Mads, finds it hard to fit in. Having feelings for a girl in class and a clumsy farther who is a teacher at his school doesn't help. By an uforseen chance of events, Mads becomes somewhat of a hero, but will he win the girl? Tinke, a 9-year-old orphan from the wilderness, struggles to find her unknown, rich grandparents.
She comes from nothing and finally gets everything, but - Tinke isn't Cinderella. Tinke is more than that. Buster is an aspiring magician battling his status as a geek. Making things more difficult is his small size. This movie chronicles Buster's unique way of dealing with bullies, school, his We follow two year-old twin sisters taking their first steps out into a fascinating, dangerous and unpredictable adult world.
Set against a backdrop of the fairytales by the Brothers The girl Cecilie is interested in Absalons secret because there is an angel that can save her sick sister. Absalons Hemmelighed, is what we in Denmark refer to as a "Julekalender". Directly translated it means Christmas calender. It is a series in 24 episodes that is sent every day at the same time from December 1th to December 24th. Where the mystery or plot is revealed. Absalons Hemmelighed is about a teenage girl and her little sister who is very sick from a decease that can't be cured.
Download Foursquare for your smart phone and start exploring the world around you! Frydendal, Flemming red Nyt Nordisk Forlag Arnold Busck. Stilling, Niels Peter Hvor lang tid tager det at komme til Asserbo Slotsruin fra Sindal Flyveplads, Terminal med offentlig transport? Asserbo slot blev i tallet ramt af den store sandflugt og formodentlig forladt i begyndelsen af tallet. The Tower Hall displays a series of tapestries with motifs from Danish folk songs, woven after cartoons painted by Joakim Skovgaard.
The Throne Room gives access to the balcony where the Danish monarchs are proclaimed. The Hall is 40 metres long with a ceiling height of 10 metres, and a gallery runs all the way around the room. The Hall seats guests and is used for banquets, state dinners and receptions. The tapestries were a gift from the Danish business community on the occasion of Queen Margrethe II's 50th birthday.
The frieze was made for the second Christiansborg Palace, and parts of it survived the fire. It was later restored and mounted in this room. The Hall is used for smaller receptions and official dinners, often in connection with state visits. The first floor of the Parliament Wing is structured around the Lobby. At both ends of Lobby are the chambers of Rigsdagen , the former bicameral parliament; the Folketing chamber is located at the far end and the Landsting located at the other the far chamber has been the only one in use since the Folketing became the sole legislative assembly in Along the hall are various rooms such as the Speaker's office and offices for the administration.
When the foundations of the present Christiansborg Palace were being cast, workers came across ruins of several buildings and parts of a curtain wall. Experts were called in from the National Museum of Denmark and the ruins, which lay beneath the inner palace yard, were unearthed. Public interest in these ruins, which dated back to around the year , was tremendous. It was therefore decided that the ruins should not be covered over again but preserved for posterity.
The reinforced concrete structure erected to cover the ruins was the biggest of its kind in Denmark when it was built in The ruins beneath the palace square were excavated in and a cover was also built over them. The ruins have been open to the public since The Ruins Exhibition was renovated during the period and has remained more or less untouched since then.
Christiansborg Palace Chapel is a part of the palace which is at the disposal of the Danish Monarch. It is also used by the Danish Parliament for the Church service in connection with the opening of parliament. King Christian VI was keen on architecture, and he commissioned a talented young architect in the King's building service, Nicolai Eigtved , to design the palace chapel — Eigtved seized the opportunity and designed one of the most distinguished Rococo interiors in Denmark.
In fire ravaged the palace and it was decided to demolish the ruins completely. The demolition, however, never took place. Architect Christian Frederik Hansen, who resurrected the palace between —, was also commissioned to rebuild the palace chapel in Work commenced in , using the existing foundations and masonry as far as possible. The church and main palace were built in strict neo-classical style, with a dome construction on top of a central church interior.
The palace chapel was inaugurated on Whit Sunday , 14 May , to mark the 1, anniversary of the introduction of Christianity to Denmark. The second palace fire in spared the church, as the fire was stopped in the buildings linking it to the palace. However, fate finally caught up with the church on 7 June The church burned to the ground, probably set ablaze by fireworks set off during the Whitsun carnival. During the church fire, the roof, dome and dividing floor were burned down and the inventory severely damaged.
No drawings existed of the dome and roof, but a systematic exercise in building archaeology registered the charred remains of the building, and made it possible to recreate the dome and roof. Historically accurate building methods were also used throughout the rebuilding process. Danish craftsmen were unable to undertake the difficult work of restoring and recreating the interior's scagliola. One of Germany's leading experts, Manfred Siller, took charge and taught the venerable technique to Danish stucco workers.
The rebuilding was awarded the prestigious Europa Nostra prize. The Show Grounds are now all that remain of the first Christiansborg Palace. They consist of two symmetrical wings with a straight, low and narrow stable building followed by a high broad building and narrow, curved stables, after which a one-story narrow end building closes off the wings at the Frederiksholm Canal end.
In , the north wing became the first one to be finished. Building work on the south wing started in June but ground to a halt by the autumn due to difficulties in obtaining supplies. Work did not recommence until January , now under the supervision of the young architect Nicolai Eigtved. Eigtved's superior artistic insight meant it turned out more beautiful than the north wing. In , 87 hunting horses and carriage horses moved into the new stables, the largest number ever.
In , the architect Nicolas-Henri Jardin built a court theatre on the floor above the big stables. It now houses the Theatre Museum. The Royal Stables are home to the horses and carriages used to perform the ceremonial transport for the Danish Royal Family during state events and festive occasions.
In the number of horses reached a peak with horses stabled. Today, there are about 20 horses left, and some parts of the original stable buildings have been converted into offices and garages. From to the Royal Stables underwent a thorough renovation to meet the requirements of current animal welfare law. The Riding School is used for horse shows and to exercise the horses of the Royal Stables.
On occasion it is also used for various cultural events such as opera or theatre performances. The interior is more or less unchanged since the construction in the s. It is equipped with a balcony and a royal box to allow audiences the possibility to attend exercises and performances.