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Old 01-03-2020, 09:56 AM
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I wonder is the ballet of Bows and Curtseys will continue when Frederick will be King.
Why would they not continue when Frederik will be King...?
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Old 01-03-2020, 10:07 AM
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For the Belgiian State Visit in Denmark no one of our Ministers ot others who were with the King and the Queen did not now bow deeply.
In my country this is over !
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For the Belgiian State Visit in Denmark no one of our Ministers ot others who were with the King and the Queen did not now bow deeply.
In my country this is over !
What a pity.
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Old 01-03-2020, 11:17 AM
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The Queen today in a very big fur coat. But probabbly because of the carriage ride. Don't think there is heating in the carriage.
I always wonder how is the heating inside the palaces, so big rooms with such a high ceilings very difficult and expensive to heat up! and All the ladies always in this beautiful gowns , that they do not look warm at all.
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Old 01-03-2020, 11:32 AM
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I always wonder how is the heating inside the palaces, so big rooms with such a high ceilings very difficult and expensive to heat up! and All the ladies always in this beautiful gowns , that they do not look warm at all.
Depends on who pays for the heating: the State or the Queen herself, on the state of the residence (Frederik's mansion has been totally renovated and will have a good climate plan) and on the general use of the venue: is it a "daily working venue" (warm) or more a museal destination with occasional royal use (less warm) ?
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Old 01-03-2020, 11:36 AM
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Depends on who pays for the heating: the State or the Queen herself, on the state of the residence (Frederik's mansion has been totally renovated and will have a good climate plan) and on the general use of the venue: is it a "daily working venue" (warm) or more a museal destination with occasional royal use (less warm) ?

Both the receptions roloms at Christiansborg and Christian VII., Palace at Amalienborg whre this recptions take place are not Palaces where people live. But the rooms at Christiansborg are huge so probably much more difficult to heat up for a few hours.
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Old 01-03-2020, 12:03 PM
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Both the receptions roloms at Christiansborg and Christian VII., Palace at Amalienborg whre this recptions take place are not Palaces where people live. But the rooms at Christiansborg are huge so probably much more difficult to heat up for a few hours.
Before the renovation of the Royal Palace in Amsterdam the Household made use of those compressor-heaters, placed on the inner courtyards with big hoses into the windows to blaze hot air and warm the huge Citizens' Hall in winter: the palace's own heating system from the 1960's was too excessive in fuel consumption and not effective enough. Since the extensive renovation in the 2010's there is a better and more economic heating plan. I think we can say for all palaces: the more modern the climate system, the less a problem to heat. I think today the Queen was especially dressed for the carriage ride.
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Old 01-03-2020, 12:51 PM
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But the rooms at Christiansborg are huge so probably much more difficult to heat up for a few hours.
There are visitors touring the royal reception rooms at Christiansborg (almost) daily. Surely the temperature inside must be adequate even during winter?
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Old 01-03-2020, 07:56 PM
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Lovely 3rd day.
The horses and carriage very majestic.
Frederik and Mary a huge support for the Queen.
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