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Randers

Randers

Marselisborg Palace is a royal residence of the Danish Royal Family in Aarhus. It has been the summer residence of Queen Margrethe II since 1967. Historically the 18th-century country house was the property of the Marselis family, originally of Hamburg, giving the seat its name, which signifies "Marselis Castle". Marselisborg became a royal residence when Prince Christian and his consort Princess Alexandrine were given the Palace in 1898 as a wedding present from the people of Denmark

Marselisborg Palace, (Danish: Marselisborg Slot, Danish pronunciation: [mɑˈseːlisb̥ɒːˀ]) is a royal residence of the Danish Royal Family in Aarhus.

Latinerkvarteret. Aarhus-Denmark

Latinerkvarteret. Aarhus-Denmark

Torvet Ingerslevs boulevard, Aarhus. et af Danmarks største Torve. Åbent hver onsdag og Lørdag. Der sælges fødevarer af alle slags - Grønsager, ost og kød - både regionale og økologiske produkter findes på torvet. Der kan købes friskpresset æblemost, som presse imens kunden ser på. 3

et af Danmarks største Torve.

Ebeltoft

Ebeltoft

Art gallery - Aarhus, Denmark

Art gallery - Aarhus, Denmark

Randers Regnskov

Randers Regnskov

Panoramio - Photo of Den blå kæmpenøgle på Værket

Panoramio - Photo of Den blå kæmpenøgle på Værket

Den gamle by, Århus

Den gamle by, Århus

Randers Denmark Property

Randers is where the Gudenå River enters Randers Fjord. Randers is a seaport and a commercial and manufacturing center situated in an agricultural area.

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