King Frederik of Denmark to be honoured with photo exhibition

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King Frederik will be honoured with a photo exhibition later this year to mark the beginning of his reign.

The exhibit, “Frederik 10. – King of Tomorrow,” will open on 22 March 2024 and feature portraits and personal items of the King.

The Royal House said: “The exhibition, which is shown on the occasion of the historic change of throne on 14 January, tells about the events and decisions that have helped to shape the King’s life and person.”

King Frederik’s gala uniform from the Royal Navy, his first school bag and his dog sledge whip from the Sirius expedition in Greenland will all be on display.

Items will come from The King’s Collection, which contains objects, costumes and treasures beginning with King Christian IV.

The exhibit will be housed at Amalienborg Museum in Christian VIII’s Palace at Amalienborg from 22 March to 8 September 2024. It will then move to Koldinghus from 11 October 2024 to 21 April 2025.

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