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(December 17-21, 2004)

Gerard Kuster

Chapel at the 'Kroezeboom'

John Kroll

The Eremitage Hunting Lodge

Dyrehaven, Lyngby, Denmark

December 21. 2004 15:30

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© 2004 John E. Kroll, All Rights Reserved.

The Eremitage Hunting Lodge was built in 1734-36 in Jægersborg Deer Park as a hunting lodge for Christian VI by his young court builder Lauritz de Thurah. The palace is a fine example of the late Baroque period in Danish architecture.

Now, as it was then, the Eremitage is used for royal hunting parties, mainly in Jægersborg Deer Park. The small, compact palace on the top of the Eremitage plain is also known to many from the annual Hubertus hunts.

The Eremitage Hunting Lodge is a 'civil-list palace', meaning that it is owned by the state and made available to the Royal Family. The palace is not therefore accessible to the general public, although in recent years it has been opened on certain occasions in connection with national collections on behalf of the Danish Refugee Council.

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