The King's Garden in Copenhagen - sometimes referred to as Rosenborg Garden - was laid out during the reign of King Christian IV in connection to his pleasure Palace. Today the gardens are a popular retreat in the centre of Copenhagen, and are visited by an estimated 2.5 million people per year.
The gardens are the country's oldest royal gardens and were established in the Renaissance style by Christian IV in the early 1600's.
In midsummer, there is a puppet show for children - the lawns are crowded with sun-worshipers on warm days and during Copenhagen Jazz Festival several bands can be heard playing within the area.
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