Photographer's Note

Did you se my photo yesterday, you know it was Voergaard castle. When you enter the way to the bridge and rich the moats around the castle, there is this beautiful old hose on your left side.
I dont know what it have been used fore, but I do think it is very Idyllic.

Voergård Castle is one of Denmark's most beautiful Renaissance buildings from about 1580. The north wing of the castle is much older. Here lived among others Stykke Krumpen.
Voergård is not just a museum, but it appears as it was furnished by its last owner, Count Oberbech-Clausen, who supplied the castle with furniture, antiques, paintings, procelain and silverware.

The castle is worth seeing both inside and outside. Admission is free to the park which has the widest moats in Denmark. There are guided tours in the castle.

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