THE GREEN CHAMBER
The Green Chamber is located on the first floor of Moltke’s Palace, with windows facing Bredgade. It adjoins the Venezia Chamber and the Dronninggaard Chamber.
Considered by many to be the palace’s most romantic space, the Green Chamber is eminently suited to smaller wedding receptions and celebrations as well as small meetings.
The Green Chamber is the most regal room in the vicinity of Moltke’s Palace. When Christiansborg Palace was destroyed by fire in 1794, Queen Dowager Juliane Marie purchased Moltke’s Palace as her temporary home, and the Green Chamber was used by its royal inhabitant as a drawing room and living space.
The walls of the Green Chamber showcase Erik Paulsen’s paintings of the Hermitage Palace and the Sound. The stunning first impression of the room is provided by its matching pair of grand Empire crystal chandeliers, the opulent wall sconces, large mirrors and gilded walls, ceiling and stucco. The Green Chamber features its own permanent furnishings and exquisite parquet flooring.
|Space||Measurements||Banquet setting||School table setting||Theatre style setting|
|86 m2||11,5 x 7,5 m||60 persons||70 persons||80 persons|
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