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Kronborg castle:

see HelsingørHelsingør
or Elsinore
, city (1992 pop. 43,302), Frederiksborg co., E Denmark, on the Øresund opposite Helsingborg, Sweden. It is an industrial center, fishing port, and summer resort. Manufactures include ships, rubber, machinery, beer, and textiles.
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, Denmark.
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The design of the building, however, is remarkable as it complements the ancient Kronborg Castle nearby.
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(Although the rest stayed in Sweden, only 30 or so of these have survived.) Even the canopy is a prize of war--it belonged to Frederick II of Denmark and was looted from Kronborg Castle in the 1640s.
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The BBC TV special also included 200 extras from the Danish army and police forces and a power cable was laid to Kronborg Castle at Elsinore to provide power for 150 lights.
The BBC TV special also included 200 extras from the Danish Army and police forces, and a power cable was laid to Kronborg Castle, at Elsinore, to provide power for 150 lights.
Jo Maxwell Muller as Ophelia and Christopher Plummer as the title character in Hamlet at Elsinore at Kronborg Castle, Denmark in September 1963 Alec Clunes, pictured in a 1955 film adaptation of Richard III, also appeared in Hamlet at Elsinore Robert Shaw, pictured here in 1972, played Claudius in Hamlet at Elsinore A young Michael Caine can be seen in the background during the recording of Hamlet at Elsinore HAKESPEARE famously said all the world's a stage, but telly has also had a long love affair with putting the Bard on the box.
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