An 18th century palace

Liselund is a Romantic garden with palace, small buildings and garden monuments. It was laid out at the end of the 18th century as a country home for Antoine and Lisa de la Calmette. Liselund’s neoclassical palace was erected in 1792 by the architect Andreas Kirkerup.

The well-preserved interior is thought to have been decorated and furnished by the leading interior architect of the time, court decorator Joseph Chr. Lillie. Liselund is a rare preserved whole – from its large garden to the smallest piece of furniture.

The palace lies in the south part of the garden and has views over the whole area. Photo: Klemp and Woldbye.
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