The Kalonburg Palace on Castle Island is also called Hamlet Castle. Shakespeare created Hamlet based on the castle. Andersen, the father of fairy tales, once called Helsinger "the most beautiful corner of Denmark" and it was the stronghold of the Erle Strait and the symbol of the royal authority of Denmark.
The Castle Island area contains several ancient buildings, which are separated by the inland rivers of Copenhagen and look like an island, but actually do not feel like an island when walking. The Danish parliament is in the middle and the museum is very close. The Thorvaldsens Museum is located on the Northwest side, and the Dansk Jodisk museum is located on the southwest side. The old buildings and landscapes make people associate and are good places to take photos.
This is a large area of Copenhagen. The buildings are concentrated. Because there are rivers separated from the outside world, it is called an island. In fact, there is not much "island" feeling. This area is suitable for walking because there are so many architectural sculptures worth seeing.
Since Copenhagen is a fairy tale, there can be no castle, no Andersen, no prince and princess love story, no mermaid. Copenhagen has a district called Castle Island, although the royal family does not live there, but the building is still the castle configuration, through a bridge in the central axis of the castle, a huge square, and the former royal stables, high walls around the corridor; the unique tower in the middle of the first independent building on the top of the house; now it is built here; There are many museums in Denmark. An arch connects palaces and squares, fairs and riverbanks.
Down the island's path to the south, Kastellholmen, the Castle Island to the south, was soon seen. Castle Island is smaller, and I guess at most it's a little bigger than a football field. At the center of the island is a hill with a small castle, Kastellet. The small castle was built in 1667. Its original purpose was to provide a point of view for the security of the city. I guess that's probably how the name came from.
Introduction to Castle Island: Slotsholmen is part of the inner city of Copenhagen, with many Danish central institutions. In addition to parliament, it also includes the Supreme Court, the Prime Minister's Office, the Ministry of Finance, and the old stock exchange centre, the Royal Danish Library. The Danish National Archives and several museums are also located on the island.
It's an island, but it doesn't seem to be a real island. It's right next to the Kristianburg Palace, where many important attractions are located. There are city halls, parliaments, Royal libraries and so on. They are primitive buildings. They should be a must-see place in Copenhagen.