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Explore The Hermitage

On a hilltop in Dyrehaven (The Deer Park) lies Christian VI’s Baroque masterpiece, the Hermitage Royal Hunting Lodge. The Hermitage, which was completed in 1736, was a place that the king would use as a place of respite after a strenuous hunt, and where he would entertain distinguished guests to a well-appointed lunch in a private and congenial setting.