Take a tour of the Kronborg Castle near Helsingør, Denmark, which was the setting for Shakespeare's Hamlet, and learn about
its history as a prison.
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The Danish Kronborg Castle is among the most important renaissance castles of Europe. Shakespeare used its dramatic character for the setting of Hamlet.
Although, nearly 600 years old, for almost 200 years, the castle acted as a prison. The castles' towers are stoic against the Baltic Sea's salty wind. Cannons exhibit the powerful and strategic position the castle occupies. Castle grounds now house studios for up and coming artists.
The Kronborg Castle is a face of history, elegance and beauty.
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