Priory of Denmark visit to the royal stable 2019-01-26
On Saturday, January 26, Priorat Denmark completed the Riddarträff at the Royal Stables. Commandery Sankt Peter participated with 12 people. Major Bo Bach Baasch Vannaskoski, StOffThO gave a guided tour and information about the courtroom and its history. Hovstallet is just behind Christiansborgs Slott, which today houses the Danish Parliament, the Danish Parliament. Some of the castles are also parts of the government's ministry, and the prime minister of Denmark has his office the Prime Minister's Office in the castle.
Today, the Royal Stables have about 20 horses that are used mainly in ceremonial events. At the courtyard, there are also the royal drowsiness and also Crown Prince Federik's newly made dragon.
After the walking tour of the stable, the wagon stall and the museum, we gathered for a final coffee and information about collaborated and future arrangements within the Temple Order.
Commanding Sankt Peter with commander Göte Andersson, StOffThO thanked Bo Baasch Vannaskoski StOffThO and Erik Dam, StOffThO for a nice event and congratulated them on coming annual meeting.