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Queen Margrethe II's 75th Birthday Celebrations


Queen Margrethe II of Denmark will be celebrating her 75th birthday on April 16. The birthday will be celebrated with a number of events and activities in March and April. Here are the details of the festivities, courtesy of the Royal Family’s website.

Wednesday, 25 March
15.00

Opening of the exhibition “H.M. Queen Margrethe II of Denmark 1940-2015’’ at Frederiksborg Palace.

Wednesday, 8 April
The Queen and The Prince Consort ride in a coach through Aarhus under escort by the Royal Hussar Guard Regiment’s horse squadron. The coach tour will end at Aarhus’ City Hall.
Celebration at Aarhus’ City Hall. The Queen and The Prince Consort appear on the balcony at 12.00.

20.00
Gala evening at Musikhuset Aarhus.
Wednesday, 15 April

20.00
Gala banquet at Christiansborg Palace.

Thursday, 16 April
HM The Queen’s 75th birthday

12.00
The Queen and the royal family appear on the balcony at Christian VII’s Palace, Amalienborg.

12.30
The Queen and The Prince Consort ride in a coach from Amalienborg to Copenhagen’s City Hall.

13.00
Welcome and luncheon reception at Copenhagen’s City Hall.

20.00

Dinner at Fredensborg Palace.

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