Charlottenlund Palace (Danish: Charlottenlund Slot) is a former royal summer residence in Charlottenlund, some 10 km (6 mi) north of central Copenhagen, Denmark. The palace was named after Princess Charlotte Amalie , who was responsible for the construction of the original palace.
Cristián nació el 26 de septiembre de 1870 en el palacio Charlottenlund en el municipio de Gentofte, al norte de Copenhague, durante el reinado de su abuelo paterno, el rey Cristián IX. Era el hijo mayor del príncipe heredero Federico de Dinamarca y su esposa Luisa de Suecia, hija única superviviente del rey Carlos XV de Suecia.
Gentofte is the most wealthy municipality in Denmark and consists of several fashionable Copenhagen suburbs such as Hellerup and Charlottenlund. The municipality is an amalgamation of three formerly independent towns, and several other local settlements, all close to one another. The site of its municipal council is in Charlottenlund.
La mayor playa de Copenhague es Amager Strandpark, que incluye una isla artificial y un total de 4,6 km de playa. Otras playas son Bellevue y Charlottenlund en la costa norte, y la de Brøndby en la costa sur. Además de las playas, hay un sistema de balnearios en el puerto; el más antiguo y más popular de estos se localiza en Islands Brygge.
Prince Carl was raised with his siblings in the royal household in Copenhagen, and grew up between his parents' residence in Copenhagen, the Frederick VIII's Palace, an 18th-century palace which forms part of the Amalienborg Palace complex in central Copenhagen, and their country residence, Charlottenlund Palace, located by the coastline of the Øresund strait north of the city.
Claus Norreen was born in Charlottenlund, near Copenhagen. One of his biggest interests was electropop music.  Hence, he bought a keyboard and started playing industrial techno. When he finished school he started to work in his sisters' clothing store. The work in the store inspired him and influenced his style of music.
Promotion to the League. The two best placed teams of the league ensures direct promotion to the premier handball league for Norwegian handball clubs. The third best placed team play a best of two (1 home and 1 away) qualification matches against the team who ended as No. 10 in the premier handball league.