It is not only the site of William Shakespeare's play Hamlet but is one of the most important Renaissance castles in northern Europe.The lively city of Helsingør also has a cathedral church built in the 16th century.The heathery hills of Tibirke Bakker to the south of Tisvilde offer excellent views of the surroundings from a height of 57 m (187 ft).
The historic city of Roskilde (48,721) in the southwest is often included in North Zealand, especially in guide books.) refers to the northern part of the Danish island of Zealand which is not clearly defined but generally covers the area north of Copenhagen.The Danish tourist authorities have recently introduced the term Danish Riviera to cover the area in view of its increasing importance for tourism.Roskilde has a history dating back to the Vikings as can be seen in its Viking Ship Museum.The city also attracts thousands to the four-day Roskilde Music Festival held annually at the beginning of July.
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Another attraction is the open-air Gunpowder Museum (Krudtværksmuseet).The Gothic, brick-built Roskilde Cathedral is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, attracting over 100,000 visitors a year.The region has a history dating back at least to the 13th century as in 1231 Helsingør was mentioned in Valdemar's Census Book before obtaining privileges as a market town under Eric of Pomerania in 1426. Lippstadt dating The castle known as Krogen was rebuilt as Kronborg in 1577.From the Danish Reformation in 1536, the monarchy confiscated the extensive estates in North Zealand which had belonged to the monasteries gaining ownership of most of the region until the beginning of the 18th century.
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They did not use the land for farming, however, but mainly for hunting and for grazing their horses.
Its redeveloped harbour area known as Kulturhavn Kronborg now houses the Danish Maritime Museum while Kulturværftet is a large venue for concerts and exhibitions.
The second largest city Hillerød, in the centre of the region, is famous for Frederiksborg Palace built in the Renaissance style for Christrian IV in the early 17th century.
Rungstedlund, also known at the Karen Blixen Museum, is a country house on the east coast which has been preserved to present the house in which the renowned Danish writer Karen Blixen, author of Out of Africa, lived until her death in 1962. The Danish Museum of Science and Technology (Danmarks Tekniske Museum) in Helsingør has a wide variety of attractions for both adults and children including steam engines, veteran cars and electricity.
The remaining buildings of 12th-century Esrum Abbey near Hillerød were listed as a heritage site in 1992.