老鹰在飞翔Egeskov Slot is located in the southern part of Funen, the second largest island in Denmark. Built in 1554, it is the best-preserved Renaissance-style waterside castle in Europe. It takes 2.5 kilometers to reach the castle from Kværndrup station. The entrance fee to the castle is really expensive. Tickets for one student and one student cost RMB 400.
Address: South Denmark's second largest island, Funchal Island,
Iesco Castle is Europe's best preserved Renaissance waterfront castle, built in 1554. It is hidden in the deepest part of a forest park. The moat, the spire, the knight's foyer and the stone statue are the most worthwhile places to see.
It is a forest paradise where children and young people can not only play on the ground, but also stroll through the small bridge between the two towering trees. Or explore the original labyrinth garden where children can enjoy themselves and spend hours of fun.
There are also many interesting exhibitions here. The exhibits include classic cars, dolls, airplanes, ancient costumes and whistling motorcycles. They are also full of fun. The
castle is built entirely on the water and connected to the outside world via a suspension bridge. In order to achieve this effect, the craftsmen used the oak as a pile foundation under the water, because the oak did not deform under water and the time was strong. The facts also proved the super-high skills of the craftsmen at that time. The castle was still very stable for nearly 600 years.