Castle Island is an island in Copenhagen, Denmark, part of the inner city of Copenhagen. From 1166 to 1167, Bishop Absalon built Copenhagen's first castle at Christian Palace (now the seat of the Danish Parliament).
Castle Island is also a very good place. The castles are historical heritages and there are quite a lot of them. This castle is also an ancient heritage in Denmark. Many of them are well preserved and have a sense of age.
The castle island is built on a very beautiful island. The castle is the part of the green roof and brick red building that is common here. The location and structure of the entire castle island are very good. You can enjoy many unique things and art. Product.
Kronborg Palace on Castle Island is also known as Hamlet Castle. Shakespeare used the castle as a prototype for his creation of "Hamlet." Andersen, the father of fairy tales, once called Helsingor "the most beautiful part of Denmark", and was a guardian The fortress of the strait and a symbol of the majesty of the Danish royal power.
The Castle Island area contains several ancient buildings that look like an island because it is separated by the inland river in Copenhagen, but it doesn't really feel like an island when walking around. The Danish Parliament is in the middle of the building and the museum is very close. The Towalson Museum (Thorvaldsens Museum) is located on the northwest side, and the Danish Judy Museum (Dansk jodisk museum) is located on the southwest side. The ancient architecture and landscape make people think and are also a good place to take pictures.
There is a small garden, a Chinese-style wall, various flowers, and a small pond in the middle. Wild ducks play in it and it is very pleasant to sit on a stool and enjoy the sun.