Dorothealyst is a listed, Neoclassical house situated 10 km southwest of Holbæk in Holbæk Municipality, Denmark.
Neoclassical architecture is an architectural style produced by the neoclassical movement that began in the mid-18th century. In its purest form, it is a style principally derived from the architecture of classical antiquity, the Vitruvian principles, and the work of the Italian architect Andrea Palladio.
Holbæk is a town in Denmark and the seat of Holbæk municipality with a population of 26,961. It is in the northeastern part of Region Sjælland, Denmark.
Holbæk municipality is a municipality in northeastern Region Sjælland on the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in Denmark. The municipality includes the island of Orø, and covers an area of 583 km², and has a total population of 69,010 (2008). Its mayor is Christina Krzyrosiak Hansen, a member of the Social Democrats (Denmark) and the youngest mayor ever in Denmark. The main town and the site of its municipal council is the city of Holbæk. On 1 January 2007 Holbæk municipality was, as the result of Kommunalreformen, merged with existing Jernløse, Svinninge, Tornved, and Tølløse municipalities to form a new Holbæk municipality.
The house was built by Christian Ditlev Lunn. In 1774, the 37 years old Lunn married the 13 years younger Dorthea Cathrine Knudsen. The following year he acquired Knabstrup Manor at Holbæk. He constructed Dorothealyst as a widow seat for his wife.The house was built in 1799-1802 to design by Philip Lange, a son of the more famous architect Philip de Lange. The property never came to serve its intended purpose since Lunn in spite of the age difference outlived his wife. Lunn instead lived in the house himself after passing Knabstrup on to his their son Villars.
Knabstrup Manor is a manor house located near Holbæk on the Danish island of Zealand. It traces its history to before 1288.
Philip de Lange was a leading Dutch-Danish architect who designed many different types of building in various styles including Dutch Baroque and Rococo.
The estate is owned by the artist Marianne Seidenfaden and her family.
Hellebæk is a town located on the coast five kilometres northwest of Helsingør, North Zealand, some 40 kilometres north of Copenhagen, Denmark. It has merged with the neighbouring community of Ålsgårde to form an urban agglomeration with a population of 5,492.
The Old Artillery Barracks, also known as Irgens House after an earlier owner, was the first of three barracks to be established in the Christianshavn district of Copenhagen, Denmark. The complex has been converted into apartments and is listed.
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Allégade is the oldest street in the Frederiksberg district of Copenhagen, Denmark. It runs from Frederiksberg Runddel to Frederiksberg Town Hall Square, along the east side of Frederiksberg Gardens, connecting Pile Allé to Falkoner Allé. The streetscape is, in spite of the central location, characterized by houses that are pulled back from the street with front gardens behind white fences. Several buildings are old country houses from the time when Frederiksberg was a summer destination outside Copenhagen. Along the northernmost part of the street, on its west side, is a narrow garden complex, Digterlunden with a statue of Holger Drachmann.
Johannes Christian Hansen was a Danish sculptor. In addition to his sculpted figures of children and interacting couples, he designed a wide variety of glazes and plates for the Knabstrup Keramiske Industri ceramics factory where he was artistic director.
H. C. Ørsteds Vej is a street in the Frederiksberg district of Copenhagen, Denmark. It runs from Åboulevard on the border with Nørrebro in the north to Gammel Kongevej in the south, linking Griffenfeldsgade with Alhambravej and further south Enghavevej-Kingogade with Griffenfeldsgade.
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Slotsholmsgade is a street which runs along the rear side of Børsen on Slotsholmen in central Copenhagen, Denmark. Located next to the Danish parliament building Christiansborg, most of the buildings in the street house government offices. Several of them date from the 17th and 18th century and are listed.
The Stephan Hansen Mansion is a listed town mansion overlooking Wibroes Plads and the Øresund in Helsingør, Denmark. It was built by Philip de Lange and represents the transition from Baroque to Rococo architecture..
Holbæk Barracks is a former military facility from 1913 located in Holbæk, Denmark. The buildings have now been converted into housing, offices and facilities for local associations. Two buildings, Ridehuset and Eksercerhuset, were listed in 2004.
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Fuglebakken, also known as Fuglebakkekvarteret, is a mostly residential neighbourhood in the northern part of Frederiksberg in Copenhagen, Denmark. The area is bounded by Godthåbsvej to the south, Nordre Fasanvej to the east, Borups Allé to the north and the S-train line on the municipal border with Copenhagen to the west. It consists of a mixture of single family detached homes, terraced housing and apartment buildings.
Christianelyst is a listed house situated on the northern shore of Bagsværd Lake in the northern suburbs of Copenhagen, Denmark. The Neoclassical property consists of a main wing and two side wings surrounding three sides of a courtyard which is open to the north. The garden to the south of the house slopes down towards the lake.
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Aggersvold is a manor house and estate located just north of Jyderup, Holbæk Municipality, some 80 kilometres west of Copenhagen, Denmark. The current main building was built in 1833-35 for major-general Harald Rothe (1781-1848). TIt was listed on the Danish registry of protected buildings and places in 1944.
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