Here you can find interesting sights in Taarbæk, Denmark. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 7 sights are available in Taarbæk, Denmark.List of cities in Denmark Sightseeing Tours in Taarbæk
1. Hjortholm Voldsted
Hjortholm Voldsted is located at the southeastern end of Furesøen, by Frederiksdal in Sorgenfri Parish, Lyngby-Taarbæk Municipality. The rampart is the remains of a medieval royal castle; later it passed to the Roskilde bishops. The place was first mentioned in 1275. In connection with the construction, there have been farm buildings, mill facilities at Frederiksdal and probably also brick production After the Reformation, the associated estate came under the crown, and Frederik 3rd built the hunting castle Frederiksdal northeast of the rampart. The remains of the castle consist of a bank measuring approx. 60 x 70 m which is surrounded in the west by Furesøen, in the north and east by a low approx. 15 m wide water-filled earth pit. The area, which is protected, is heavily damaged by a canal system, but the lake also works its way onto the castle bank.
2. Brede Værk
The National Museum of Denmark's new museum, Brede Works, lies in the countryside just north of Copenhagen in Denmark's largest, protected industrial plants. At the museum of Industrial culture, the visitors can be guided around by its own virtual person between old machines, hear how Denmark became an industrial society and even try to work at an assembly line. The exhibitions show the industrial development which has changed the everyday lives of the Danes over the past few centuries.
3. Brede Vandtårn
The wide water tower was built in August 1907 by g. R. Build. In Greece, our main objective is to build a new Europe in order to promote economic and social cohesion in Europe. 16 meters. The tower is still in use and can hold 80 cubic meters. During the occupation, the resistance movement used the space under the water container to store weapons. The tower gained peace in 1991.
Dyrehaven, officially Jægersborg Dyrehave, is a forest park north of Copenhagen. It covers around 11 km2 (4.2 sq mi). Dyrehaven is noted for its mixture of huge, ancient oak trees and large populations of red and fallow deer. In July 2015, it was one of the three forests included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site inscribed as Par force hunting landscape in North Zealand.
5. Aldershvile Slotsruin
Aldershvile slotspark is a public park in Bagsværd, Gladsaxe Municipality, situated on the south side of Bagsværd Lake in the northwestern suburbs of Copenhagen, Denmark. Originally laid out as the Romantic gardens of a country house, Aldershvile, the park still contains the ruins of the main building, which was destroyed in a fire in 1909.
6. Brede Hovedbygning
Brede House is a late 18th-century country house in Kongens Lyngby north of Copenhagen, Denmark. Originally built for the owner of the adjacent Brede Works, it is now owned by the National Museum of Denmark and run as a historic house museum.
7. Lundtofte Kirke
Lundtofte Church is a Church of Denmark parish church in Lyngby-Taarbæk Municipality in the northern suburbs of Copenhagen, Denmark. It was completed in 1921 but is built in the style of a typical Danish white-washed village church.
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