Finally, The Royal Danish Collection is on Instagram!
A bit late, you might object, but when you think about it being a 385-year-old castle and a collection of palaces used for royal residence for 224 years, you easily forgive them.
But we at The Royal Danish Collection now have hundreds of years’ worth of material to draw on when updating our Instagram feed, and we’ve already started!
On our Instagram profile ”kongernessamling” you will be invited behind the scenes of two of the most iconic buildings in Copenhagen: Rosenborg and Amalienborg. You will get an insight into what it takes to run a museum in historic settings that houses some of the country’s most valuable treasures.
We know that a visit to Rosenborg can be an overwhelming explosion of aesthetic impressions and immense detail. Therefore, we will do our best to zoom in on the objects you might have missed or want to learn more about.
Through our camera lens, we see the castle and the exhibited objects from new perspectives – always remember to look up when visiting Rosenborg. The ceilings tell great stories and beauty is to be found in every room, from the treasury in the basement to the Knights’ Hall on the second floor.
If you want part in the Danish history, as seen from a royal perspective, then follow Rosenborg and Amalienborg on Instagram via ”kongernessamling”.
We look forward to welcoming you in our new, visual universe!
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