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From the impressive ballroom at the Renaissance castle Kronborg, located in Helsingør (also known from Shakespeare's Hamlet as the home of the prince of the title, the town being called Elsinore there). There has been a stronghold on this spot since the 15th century, but the existing castle dates to the late 16th and is considered one of the prime examples of the North Renaissance style. It was a royal residence from the begin up to 1785, when it was turned over the army which used it up until 1923. After this the place got renovated and opened to the public. It is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
This ballroom is the largest of the its type in northern Europe!