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Bernstorff Palace

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Identifikation

Bernstorff Palace
Bernstorff Slot, Beredskabsstyrelsens Center for Lederuddannelse, Danish Emergency Management Agency Academy
237579

Karte

Struktur allgemein

Palast
existent [fertiggestellt]
weiß
Neo-klassisch

Nutzung

Institutionelle Büroflächen

Fakten

  • As of January 1, 1993, the palace's academy changed its name to the Danish Emergency Management Agency Academy.
  • The palace is named after its first owner, the Minister of Foreign Affairs Johan Hartvig Ernst Bernstorff; at times, the palace has served as a royal residence.
  • By 1839 the palace was left as a ruin by its former owner and the new owner P.H.F. Kalko wanted to demolish it.
  • In 1854 Prince Christian of Glücksburg was appointed heir to the Danish throne and he received the palace as a summer residence.
  • Christian VIII's son Frederik VII didn't really like the palace, so he rented it to the English Ambassador Sir Henry Wynn.
  • After Valdemar died in 1939 the palace was as of 12th August given to the newly established organization 'The State's Civil Air Defence'.
  • After pressure from the press P.H.F. Kalko sold the palace in 1842 to King Christian VIII who wanted to use it as a summer residence.
  • After the death of King Christian IX in 1906 the palace was given to the king's youngest son Prince Valdemar.

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Jægersborg Allé 93
2820
Gentofte
Københavns Amt
Dänemark

Technische Daten

1759
1765

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