Moltkes Palæ

Denmark's first public museum


The palace on the corner of Bredgade and Dronningens Tværgade in Copenhagen dates back to 1702. It was built by King Christian V's half-brother, Ulrik Frederik Gyldenløve, who lived in the palace that is now called Charlottenborg until 1699. The architect was…

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Moltkes Palæ

Udsigt fra Odd Fellow Palæet over Bredgade, Frederiks Kirke, Marmorkirken. Foto. V. B. Clausen.

Moltkes Palæ
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Kidnapping means out for the count

In 1765, Moltke's Palace was the setting for a risqué kidnapping. Back then, the palace was…

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