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Ridiculously Regal Homes Of Royals Around The World

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38. Fredensborg Palace
Originally built as a hunting seat for King Frederik IV, the Fredensborg Palace is now where the Danish Queen lives during the spring and autumn. With an orangery and just under 300 acres worth of gardens, this palace's exterior is just as stunning as its indoor space.