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Autumn Reception 2022

a fun day at Koldinghus and Legeparken

Experience the royal castle Koldinghus – and Legeparken – a paradise for all playful children of all ages

International Community Triangle Region has the pleasure of inviting you as an international living in the Triangle Region and your family to this year's Autumn Reception in Kolding.

Sunday, October 9th from 10:30 to 14:00

The official program ends after lunch, but you are welcome to stay and have fun for the rest of the day.

We meet at 10:30 at Koldinghus Markdannersgade 1, Kolding. From 12.45 we will be in Legeparken Grønningen 4, Kolding.

The event is free of charge, however, there is a no-show fee of DKK 100,- per person.

Sandwich and water are included, please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions. Remember to wear both practical shoes and clothes according to the weather.

Parking is available at Ejlersvej, close to both Koldinghus and Legeparken.

Legeparken Kolding, photo: Peberman/Nicolai Legeparken Kolding, photo: Peberman/Nicolai Legeparken Kolding, photo: Peberman/Nicolai Koldinghus, photo: Knud Erik Christensen/Kongernes Samling Koldinghus, photo: Noerpol foto/Kongernes Samling
Legeparken Kolding, photo: Peberman/Nicolai Legeparken Kolding, photo: Peberman/Nicolai Legeparken Kolding, photo: Peberman/Nicolai Koldinghus, photo: Knud Erik Christensen/Kongernes Samling Koldinghus, photo: Noerpol foto/Kongernes Samling

Program for the Autumn Reception 2022

Arrival at Koldinghus

Welcome to Kolding and Autumn Reception by Pernille Holmskov, Head of Culture and Events, Triangle Region Denmark.

Introduction to today's programme by Jon Noe, Relocation Coordinator, Municipality of Kolding.

Introduction to the royal castle of Koldinghus and the present exhibitions.

Koldinghus, Jutland’s last royal castle, has played an important role in the history of Denmark throughout the more than 750 years of its existence. It has served as a part of the border defences, as a royal residence, and as the seat of the local representatives of the Danish central government.

Today Koldinghus is a modern museum and a world-class attraction with an award-winning restoration and large international exhibitions.

We meet in the castle courtyard by the fountain and walk together to Legeparken.

Lunch at Legeparken

International Community Trekantområdet is hosting a sandwich and water.

The official program ends after lunch – but you are welcome to stay and have fun for the rest of the day!