Frederiksborg Castle can be said to be the most beautiful castle in Denmark. At first, the castle was actually a private manor. Later, in order to please the queen, the king exchanged this manor with a forest monastery. Unlike the castles in Europe, which mostly use cool colors, it is made of red bricks with green roofs. The three main buildings of the castle are the church, the castle, and the palace. They are arranged on three sides of a square. The Queen’s Corridor connecting the three main buildings was later rebuilt for the Queen. It has experienced many wars and fires, but fortunately it has been rebuilt and built many times. It has become the distinguished national museum of Denmark here.
Frederiksborg Palace is located on three small islands in the lake. The palace was originally the private estate of the Danish nobleman Helof Trolle. In 1560, this beautiful manor was favored by King Frederick II, so he exchanged a forest monastery in the south of Zealand for the manor of Trolle, and the manor was renamed Frederiksborg, King Give it to his beloved wife Sophie. The Frederiksborg Palace today is very different from the original. This is because after Frederick II’s son Christian IV took office, he renovated the palace to make the entire palace more magnificent. It is like a luxurious palace with 60 halls in it, using the architecture of the Dutch Renaissance. The style is the most prominent Renaissance-style building in Northern Europe. It is also known as "The Palace of Versailles in Denmark" and also known as the "Crystal Palace".