Alexandra of Denmark (Alexandra Caroline Marie Charlotte Louise Julia; 1 December 1844 – 20 November 1925) was Queen of the United Kingdom and the British Dominions, and Empress of India, from 22 January 1901 to 6 May 1910 as the wife of King-Emperor Edward VII.
C.F. Harsdorffs kolonnade over Amaliegade forbinder Schacks (Christian IX's) og Moltkes (Christian VII's) Palæer I 1794 blev Amalienborg efter Christiansborg Slots brand overtaget af kongehuset, og C.F. Harsdorff blev sat til at ombygge palæerne og forbinde kronprinsens bolig (Schacks Palæ) med kongens (Moltkes Palæ) ved en midlertidig elegant kolonnade , der blev opført af pudset tømmer.
Prince Aage was born on 10 June 1887, in the Yellow Palace, an 18th-century town house at 18 Amaliegade, immediately adjacent to the Amalienborg Palace complex in Copenhagen. He was the first child of Prince Valdemar of Denmark, and his wife Princess Marie of Orléans.
Christian 9. (8.april 1818 – 29. januar 1906) var konge af Danmark fra 1863 til 1906 samt hertug af Slesvig, Holsten og Lauenborg fra 1863 til 1864 (de facto).. Han voksede op som en yngre søn af hertug Vilhelm af Slesvig-Holsten-Sønderborg-Glücksborg og tilhørte dermed en fjern sidelinje af det danske kongehus, der nedstammede fra Christian 3.
George was born on 24 December 1845 at his parents' residence the Yellow Palace, an 18th-century town house at 18 Amaliegade, next to the Amalienborg Palace complex in Copenhagen. He was the second son and third child of Prince Christian of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg and Princess Louise of Hesse-Kassel.
In 1778 both gardens were closed when the king reacquired the land at Amaliegade and at the same time donated a tract of land behind Charlottenborg Palace for the establishment of a new and larger botanical garden. Plans for this garden received royal approval on 22 July 1778.
Princess Marie Sophie Frederikke Dagmar was born on 26 November 1847 at her parents' residence in the Yellow Mansion, an 18th-century town house at 18 Amaliegade, which is located immediately adjacent to the Amalienborg Palace complex, the principal residence of the Danish royal family in the district of Frederiksstaden in central Copenhagen.