We started our visit on Saturday just an hour before closure. Nobody was inside the castle, not event a lonely museum worker, and we have enjoyed very quite, but very elegant exhibition of Danish Queens and Kings everyday life. Duration of just hour is enough, including also huge exposition of hunting trophies, that we did not like, because it is too crowded, and has very little meaning for a modern family life. Pictures and exponates of hundreds of killed animals question this old habit, despite authors have tried to make a connection of hunting with current environmental protection issues.
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