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A Visit to Frederiksborg Castle

The exterior of Frederiksborg Castle in Hillerød. Photograph by Stephen Manzi

The first leg of our Baltic excursion began with a driving tour of Copenhagen and included a visit to Hillerød to see Frederiksborg Castle, which was built during the reign of Christian IV of Denmark (1588–1648). The castle was rebuilt after a fire in 1859 and today functions as a museum with a collection that includes portraits, history paintings, and decorative arts. A particular highlight is the castle's ornately outfitted chapel, which dates from the 1680s.

Chapel of Frederiksborg Castle

The chapel of Frederiksborg Castle. Photograph by Stephen Manzi

Now we're heading back to Copenhagen, where we'll board the Sea Cloud II.

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