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Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven. Photo: Albert Nieboer

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Crown Prince Frederik, Crown Princess Mary

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

Group in front of Ermitage Castle

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

Crown Princess Mary, Princess Isabella, Prince Christian and Prince Consort Herink

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

Prince Consort Henrik with Prince Christian

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

(L) Princess Isabella, Crown Prince Frederik, Prince Felix and Prince Christian

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

Prince Consort Henrik with Prince Christian

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

Crown Prince Frederik, Princess Isabella

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

Prince Consort Henrik with Prince Christian

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

Prince Christian

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

Prince Consort Henrik with Prince Christian and Princess Isabella

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

Crown Princess Mary and Princess Isabella

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

Group at balcony of the Ermitage Castle

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

Crown Princess Mary and Princess Isabella and Prince Felix

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

Group at balcony of the Ermitage Castle

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

(first row L) Prince Felix, Prince Christian, Prince Consort Henrik, Princess Isabella, behind Crown Princess Mary, Crown Prince Frederik and Prince Nikolai

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

Crown Princess Mary with Princess Isabella

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

Princess Isabella

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

(First row) Crown Princess Mary, Princess Isabella, Prince Christian, (Behind left) Prince Felix and Prince Nikolai

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

(First row) Crown Princess Mary, Princess Isabella, Prince Christian, (second row), Prince Felix and Prince Nikolai, (Behind L) Crown Prince Frederik and Prince Consort Henrik

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

(L) Prince Felix, Prince Christian and Prince Nikolai

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

(L) Crown Prince Fredrik, Prince Nikolai, Croen Princess Mary, Princess Isabella, Prince Christian and Prince Felix

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

(L) Crown Prince Fredrik, Prince Nikolai, Croen Princess Mary, Princess Isabella, Prince Christian and Prince Felix

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

(L) Crown Prince Fredrik, Prince Nikolai, Croen Princess Mary, Princess Isabella, Prince Christian

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

(L) Prince Consort Henrik, Crown Princess Mary, Crown Prince Frederik

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

Crown Princess Mary

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

(L) Prince Consort Henrik, Crown Princess Mary, Crown Prince Frederik

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

Princess Isabella

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

(L) Prince Consort Henrik, Crown Princess Mary, Crown Prince Frederik

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

Crown Prince Frederik with Princess Isabella

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

Princess Isabella

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

Crown Prince Frederik with Princess Isabella

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

Crown Prince Fredrik with Princess Isabella

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

Prince Consort Henrik with Prince Christian

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011

Crown Prince Fredrik with Prince Christian

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle that was built at one of the highest spots in Dyrehaven.

It was King Frederik III who in 1669 decided to fence in an area North of Copenhagen with rolling hills and woods, have a lot of deer driven into the area and make it a royal hunting ground for the next almost 100 years until Dyrehaven was opened to the general public in 1756 Photo: RPE-Albert Nieboer


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Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting Ground And Park

Danish royal family attends at Dyrehaven - The Royal Hunting at the Eremitageslottet or The Eremitage Castle, 07-11-2011


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