THE ABILDGAARD CHAMBER
The Abildgaard Chamber is located on the ground floor of the palace, with windows facing Bredgade, adjoining the Steward’s Office and Moltke’s Chamber.
The room was named after the painter Nicolaj Abildgaard, who decorated the room with three overdoors that represent the three religions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
The Abildgaard Chamber features its own permanent furnishings and is especially suitable for small meetings or intimate dinners.
|Space||Measurements||Banquet setting||School table setting||Theatre style setting|
|51 m2 ||7,5 x 6,8 m ||40 persons ||40 persons||50 persons|
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