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Eremitageslottet by Stefan Grage
Eremitageslottet by Stefan Grage

Eremitageslottet (Hermitage Hunting Lodge) was Christian VI’s hunting lodge built in 1734 in the middle of Dyrehaven (Deer Park) to host royal banquets after hunting. The name – Eremitageslottet comes from the elevator table used in the dining hall. It made the dinners a unique experience as the king and his guests could dine without servants. That way, the kings and guests could enjoy dinner in solitude and speak confidentially without prying eyes and ears. The roads leading to Eremitageslottet are linked in star-shaped trail systems, with Eremitageslottet in the center. www.kongeligeslotte.dk (Kongens Lyngby, Denmark)

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