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Gråsten Palace
Denmark

Gråsten Palace (Danish: Gråsten Slot) is best-known for being the summer residence of the Danish royal family. It is located in Gråsten in the Jutland region of southern Denmark. It is within ideal proximity to the Legoland amusement park that the royal children enjoy every year. The main house has a modern, all-white facade, with Venetian doors opening onto sweeping, manicured lawns and gravel walkways. The grounds include a huge stables court.

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