Royal Copenhagen vase 19th century

Royal Copenhagen

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Royal Copenhagen vase from the 19th century The Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Manufactory at the Copenhagen Exhibition of 1888. Photo: Junker Jensen. Royal Museum Copenhagen. The vase depicts Charlottenlund Palace (Danish: Charlottenlund Slot) - former royal summer residence in Charlottenlund, approximately 10 km (6 miles) north of the center of Copenhagen, Denmark. The palace was named after Princess Charlotta Amalia, who was responsible for the construction of the original palace. It was later expanded and adapted for Crown Prince Frederick VIII by the design of Ferdinand Meldahl in the early 1880s. From 1935 to 2017, the building housed the Danish Biological Station, later renamed the Danish Fisheries Service, and in recent years known as DTU Aqua. Currently, it is a venue for cultural events. The large hall is sometimes used for classical concerts.

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