Aldershvile Palace Ruins

Bagsværd, Denmark

Aldershvile Palace was a castle palace built in 1782 by Johan Theodor Holm de Holmskiold. Soon after it was confiscated due debts and given to Count Ribbing, who was escaped from Sweden after the murder of King Gustaf III. In 1909 the palace burnt down and it was not rebuilt again.

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Founded: 1782
Category: Ruins in Denmark
Historical period: The Age of Enlightenment and Napoleonic Wars (Denmark)

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Daniel Palomares (3 years ago)
Very nice and rather large plant nursery. Good selection of stylish pots and garden paraphernalia. Prices can be a wee high on some things.
Pia Levinsky (4 years ago)
Høflig venlig, hjælpsom betjening
Pia Clarke (4 years ago)
Altid dejligt at komme, og der er mange sjove planter man kan gå og kigge på. Deres udvalg af tilbehør til haven er også rigtig fint, med nogle gode produkter til en fornuftig pris, og i god kvalitet.
Roland Mathiasson (5 years ago)
Great place!
Bjorn Lomborg (5 years ago)
Great placr
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