The Great Hall is the most forcing room in the royal residence. This is the place you will discover the Queen's embroidered works of art.
The Danish business group denoted the event of Her Majesty Queen Margrethe II's 50th birthday celebration in 1990 by requesting an endowment of 11 woven artworks.
Bjorn Norgaard painted the full-measure portrays whereupon the embroidered works of art were woven. The woven artwork arrangement portrays 1000 years of Danish history.
The Prime Minister of Denmark likewise utilizes the Royal Reception Rooms regarding state visits by remote state pioneers. The Alexandra Hall is utilized for official suppers.