The castle was restored from 1917 to 1923 by Mogens Clemmensen.
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A residential building ( palatium ) was constructed next to the west wall in the mid-13th century and a strong defensive tower was built on the east wall.
"Domenicus Badiaz" (in Danish).
It was here that King Eric V signed Denmark's first constitution in 1282.
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Retrieved "Slottets histories" (in Danish).
8 Østfyns Museum edit Østfyns Museum was form in 2009 by a merger between Kerteminde Museum and Nyborg Museum.Danehof, the country's first parliament.Terms and Conditions apply; please refer to the promotions page for more details.In general, Clemmensen based his work on the state of the castle under Christian III but he also added numerous details he discovered in other sources, not always clearly documenting them.M uses certain browser cookies to ensure you receive the best gaming experience.By accessing and continuing to use the site you accept the use of these cookies.The entrance fee was OK and the exhibitions were multilingual.Nevertheless, encouraged by local interest in the building, the National Museum of Denmark decided to undertake extensive restoration work under the leadership of Mogens Clemmensen.
The castle was also the venue for the.
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