What surprised me about Danish palaces is that they are not imposing in width, like Versailles or El Escorial. They prefer not to display the size of the building, but the simplicity and elegance of its lines. The Palace of King Christian IV, forms an unique and indissoluble part with the stock exchange building and the channel of Holmen, which continues its reflection. We had to go completely circle it to verify that the building itself is small, but the land where on which it is located is not. The rear, or the front, depending on how you look at it, has loggias that surround the visitor in the Vatican style.