Margrethe has finally scrapped oil-fired and installed the more climate-friendly district heating at Marselisborg Slot, as an Extra Magazine described it earlier in the week.
however, It is far from the only transformation, the queen has taken, since she got the magnificent estate in Aarhus handed over in 1967 by his father, king Frederick.
All 16 major remodeling, it has been to, while our wealthy queen has been the owner, and the workers have certainly not been in the margins.
Of the Municipality of byggesagsarkiv list all of the building projects at the castle's prestigious address, king's road number 100.
Although from the municipality's side is not provided exhaustive insight without unattainable carte blanche from hofmarskallatet, divulged details of the queen's buildings over the years anyway.
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The main alterations took place back in 1967-1969, shortly after Margrethe and prince Henrik took over the royal castle.
It had been more or less empty, since Margrethe's grandmother, queen Alexandrine, passed away in 1952, but before the then-27-year-old tronefølger really be able to start to put it in the stand, should the security be upgraded.
Marselisborg Slot with its associated 13 acres is rated by the public to be 33.5 million dollars worth. Photo: Skraafoto.kortforsyningen.dk
the Pool is eight feet in width, 10 metres in length and 2.5 meters deep. Photo: Carsten Ingemann
Margrethe and prince Henrik decorated by the great reconstruction in the over-60's castle so that they each got their study. Here is the queen's. Photo: Klaus Gottfredsen
Thus it was that in 1968 listed a new guards house, and the year before was Margrethe's PLUMBING'is busy making a new toilet and bathroom in the other guards house, then the soldiers or other armed personnel could leave the water without going in the bushes.
Later in 1968, it was then finally Margrethe's turn to get her new digs redecorated, and when the hard work first began, there were no narrow places.
Margrethe and prince Henrik had just received a cash public donation, part of which was also used to acquire the French Chateau de Cayx, so the money was apparently enough of.
The year was by the main building sydgavl brought a 80 square meters large swimming pool, so the newlyweds could take a dip on those hot summer days.
in Addition, the built one new kitchen on the ground floor, renovated three bathrooms on the first floor and another bathroom in the attic.
Construction continued in the year after, where there was made the new toilet in the attic, like the porter's lodge also had a toilet in the attic.
on the ground floor decorated Margrethe and prince Henrik, their offices, a havesal, dining area complete with a pantry, a billiardrum, bathroom and toilets as well as rooms for hofmarskallen. Photo: Klaus Gottfredsen
On the first floor, was built by the great modernisation of the castle in 1967-1968 bedrooms, dressing rooms and guest rooms. Here is a picture of the queen's study room in the ground floor. Photo: Klaus Gottfredsen
In 1972, the same year, Margaret took the throne after his father's death, she put his builders to redecorate the toilet and the bathroom in the kavalerfløjen on the new.
Also got a toilet and bath in the house an overhaul, and the toilet in the castle's ground floor was also refurbished. Oil tanks, which has just been taken out of service, was continuously lowered in the ground 1974-1979.
In the'80s was just replaced a benzinholder and made one in the archive undefined fire, and then followed a number of years without major alterations.
First, in 2010, made some minor alterations at the castle, while there was made extensive kloakarbejde by the swimming pool in 2015, before the oil tanks were taken out of use in the year.
today sounds the public vurdring of the castle at 33.5 million dollars, but it is probably significantly more worth on the market.
It is not known how many millions of crowns the queen has spent on to get decorated Marselisborg Castle, as the castle is owned by the queen herself.
On the second floor made gæstevrelser and rooms for the staff. Here is the ground floor. Photo: Klaus Gottfredsen
, Thus, liable the queen also personally for any debts, like she also never has been able to get the state to fund ombygningerne.
- It is my private property. It is me who hangs on to it, if you look at it in the economic-practical side.
- You can't go to the state and say: 'We need a new bathroom, or there is mold in the basement'.
- It is not, but it is up to us to keep it and do about it. Therefore, we pay also property taxes in Aarhus, she says in the documentary film 'the Queen's Palaces'.