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Old 03-25-2016, 04:42 PM
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Queen Margrethe shows recordings from park

www.vorsten.nl/2016/03/25/koningin-margrethe-toont-opnamen-uit-park/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter - Translator

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Old 03-08-2018, 12:21 PM
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"Morning time at Marselisborg Castle."
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Old 07-16-2018, 07:08 AM
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This week, the Palace share summer pictures from the royal castles! Today the Marselisborg!

"Here are pictures from Marselisborg Castle in Aarhus, where H.M. The queen currently has a residence. The castle is surrounded by an English-style park with small lakes, a rose garden and a number of artworks. There is a change of guard with the Royal Life Guard at. 12.00 in the periods when the Queen is staying at the castle."

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Old 08-25-2019, 04:00 PM
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Queen Margrethe back in Denmark and Marselisborg :

"Late summer evening at Marselisborg Castle, where Her Majesty the Queen is staying this week"

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Old 01-03-2020, 10:56 AM
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There has been a burglary at Marselisborg last night the local paper reports: https://stiften.dk/artikel/efters%C3...sborg-slot?rss

At 01.15 the alarm from Marselisborg went off and police patrols were dispatched to the place.
Upon arrival the police could tell that someone had gained access to the manor house, but the intruder had gotten away.
It is at present not known whether anything was stolen.
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There has been a burglary at Marselisborg last night the local paper reports: https://stiften.dk/artikel/efters%C3...sborg-slot?rss

At 01.15 the alarm from Marselisborg went off and police patrols were dispatched to the place.
Upon arrival the police could tell that someone had gained access to the manor house, but the intruder had gotten away.
It is at present not known whether anything was stolen.
There was another attempted break in a few years back I recall but nothing was taken .
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Old 01-03-2020, 11:50 AM
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No, it's basically only amateurs who break in at the royal palaces, because they are full of alarms and all items imaginable are marked, so it's difficult to get rid of stolen items, even if you can get away, because while the average response time for the police in case a burglar alarms goes off is about five months, that does not apply to the royal residences!
And Marselisborg, being located in the middle of a large park, is surprisingly difficult to get away from - the dogs will be on your trail very quickly!

Marselisborg is located about five minutes (with sirens) from the main police station in Aarhus. So the burglar wouldn't have had much time.
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No, it's basically only amateurs who break in at the royal palaces, because they are full of alarms and all items imaginable are marked, so it's difficult to get rid of stolen items, even if you can get away because while the average response time for the police in case a burglar alarm goes off is about five months, that does not apply to the royal residences!
And Marselisborg, being located in the middle of a large park, is surprisingly difficult to get away from - the dogs will be on your trail very quickly!

Marselisborg is located about five minutes (with sirens) from the main police station in Aarhus. So the burglar wouldn't have had much time.
Five months! Methinks they ought to move the police station a tad bit closer to the palace.
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Old 01-04-2020, 03:25 PM
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Update on the break-in at Marselisborg.

There are few details, but the police have apprehended a 46 year old man and charged him with burglary. And as is routine he is set free pending further investigation until he is called in to face trial. Or alternatively the charges are dropped, which I think are unlikely in this case though. They either have concrete evidence or they don't otherwise they wont waste time arresting a suspected burglar.

https://stiften.dk/artikel/randrusia...selisborg-slot
The man is from another town, Randers. That explains a lot IMO. The local burglars wouldn't want to get anywhere near Marselisborg.

It is not known whether something was actually stolen.

- So my guess is that the police found fingerprints or DNA-traces. Had a look in the DNA-archive and went to pick him up. Often the police simply call the suspects and tell them to come in to the police station. And most do show up, because otherwise they will end up on the news with photo and name. And DK is a small country, it's difficult to hide for long.
Or perhaps he tried to fence something he had stolen and was reported to the police. It's most annoying for business if you deal in stolen goods to have the police running around all over the place...
It's also most irritating for the local burglars, who happens to be out, to be visited by the police investigating this. It ruins your daytime sleep! So I think our burglar would have few friends.

In 2012 a 22 year old man was caught trying to get in at Marselisborg and later convicted.

Yees. Unfortunately I was not exaggerating.
Due to limited resources the police generally don't respond to burglaries reported by the citizens, unless they believe they can catch one red-handed.
Instead you file an online report to the police. When that is acknowledged, also online, you send a copy to your insurance company - and unless your possessions are found, that's pretty much all you will hear let alone see from the police.
Unless the items stolen exceeds a value of IIRC around 80.000 DKK = A little more than 10.000 Dollars and Euros, the police will usually archive the case straight away.
That is of course frustrating for the general public, to put it mildly!

Sooo the Police ensure they actually show up if a leading politician reports a burglary... That happened recently. The politician in question was impressed with the police and expressed that online. The comments quickly pointed out that such service was far from the norm for ordinary citizens.
As for the royal residences: Here they show up in force! Partly because it's hugely embarrassing for the local police if someone breaks in at a royal residence and gets away.
And partly because it's a rehearsal. One day the alarm may sound for real!
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Old 01-20-2020, 05:42 AM
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The Palace shares the Winter morning at Marselisborg Castle. Beautiful!


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The Palace has shared some wonderful summer photos of the Palace and its gardens today:


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Stunning colours from the palace gardens and I knew there would be Marguerite daisy flowers
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The Queen's dog, Tilia, knows the good places in the castle park at Marselisborg Castle.


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Old photos of the Danish Royal Family at Marselisborg Palace.
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Forgot to Post this. 4 companies/Trusts from Aarhus has donated 40 millions for a small renovation, securing for the future as it is called, og Marselisborg. It will include new energy efficient windows, a new copper roof and spir aswell as a new garden stair from the castel to the main garden. Some articles also talk about minor electric work inside the castle. The all talk about a timeframe of up to 10 years, so most likely this is just the begining of some major inside renovation, for when Mary and Frederik takes over...Because of the rules, the inside of the castle have not been propperly renoveted since i am guessing the 60'ies...

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