About the Web Site

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Use the Site Map (link in the menu on the left hand side)  to get an overview of the webpages on the site.


The Director of Information at the Royal Court is responsible for the content of this website.

The site is mainly updated by the Information and Press Department. Each administration/department is responsible for visitor information regarding guided tours, parks, etc.


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We do not use cookies for collecting user information, and will not collect any information about you except that required for system administration of our web server.

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