Gammel Holtegaard, Holte

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Gammel Holtegaard is a former Manor house in Rudersdal Municipality north of Copenhagen, Denmark, today operated as an arts centre and a museum. It was built by the Danish Baroque architect Lauritz de Thurah (1706–1759), for his own use in 1757. Its original Baroque gardens were reconstructed in 2003.
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  • We went her with Good friends for a Christmas lunch. Its a nice and authentic atmosphere with a friendly service. I had the traditional heering as a starter and fried fish for the main course. Cheese....  more »
  • This place is a nice place to visit off the beaten track in the Copenhagen region. At the time we visited, they had a temporary exhibition of Robert Rauschenberg called 'Window to China' or 'The...  more »
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  • Exhibition is only in Danish, but front lady provides a folder with some English translations. You can see a considerable amount of work and thought went into the exhibition, but if you're not a fan of archaeology, I would not recommend to visit. Getting here from Copenhagen with public transport takes around an hour.
  • Only the beautiful garden was open but absolutely worth visiting.

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