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Roskilde palace
Denmark

Królewski pałac w Roskilde został zbudowany w 1733/36 w miejscu dawnego pałacu biskupiego został umieszczony na wschód od katedry. Architektem był młody królewski budowniczy Lauritz de Thurah.

Żółty, cztero-skrzydłowy barokowy budynek służył jako siedziba księcia Wellingtona z Wielkiej Brytanii podczas oblężenia Kopenhagi w 1807 roku.
Dzisiaj w  trzech miejscach pałacu jest:  Muzeum Sztuki Współczesnej, Roskilde Art Association  a w jednym ze skrzydeł pałacu są różne kolekcje pałacowe. Pomieszczenia i plac są wykorzystywane do wystaw, koncertów i innych wydarzeń kulturalnych.

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