Originally Posted by Muhler
No wonder they prefer to relocate to Fredensborg, Gråsten and Trend during the summer months.
Even though the large building to the rear is a part of the Amalienborg complex, there are many windows from the buildings in the background facing towards the garden.
There are a few photos of the garden in the book I have on the renovation of the palace. It looks much better with the big trees and leafs than in the photos in my earlier link, in which the photos must be from pretty early in the spring as there are no leafs in the trees.
The photos are from more than ten years ago and the trees would be even bigger now.