Hamlet's Castle and the
  Fredensborg Palace
Denmark
This mighty Danish fortress (Kronberg) was both "recently"
constructed and famous when Shakespeare used it as the
setting for "Hamlet", renaming the castle Elsinore.
A different angle, as I photograph the castle from a ferry
boat to Sweden.  Shakespeare created a Danish tourist
attraction still going strong 400 years after he wrote Hamlet.
Nearby is the Fredesnborg Palace, the Danish royal
family's summer residence, built in 1720.
If you have a high speed internet connection, watch the
Intrepid Berkeley Explorer's free video of this trip, "Vikings,
Tivoli and Trolls", by clicking on:
http://www.adventurepics.com/IBE/video1.aspx?
VF=TulipsThatYodel.wmv