13th century castle will open to the public after over a decade of restoration

One of Denmark’s most prominent historical buildings, Nyborg Castle on Fyn, has been closed to the public for seven years after its restoration was put on hold. Now, with new funding from the Ministry of Culture, the municipality, and two major Danish foundations, the spectacular castle will finally open its gates again.

The 13th century Nyborg Slot seen from the north. Rendering by JAJA Architects

Nyborg Castle on Fyn has been closed to the public for seven years. The castle is one of Denmark’s most prominent historical buildings. Here, the first royal charter was signed in 1282 by King Erik V Klipping, and the site was a regular meeting point for the country’s mediaeval parliament, the Danehof. Since 2014, the […]

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