Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children and Copenhagen Rosenborg Castle

I love movies, I love books and recently Tim Burton released amazing movie called : “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children”. It’s unique movie full of fantasy and the world where the time can be turned back. My favorite musician Florence Welch was performing the song for this movie and collaborating with the Tim Burton. As she says, it was collaboration that counts. They both feel the world in a different way. It’s more deep, full of mystery and various senses that is hard to explain. But if we back to the movie, all the action was held in the old castle from the 1940’s. Why I am comparing Rosenborg Castle and this movie? Because the first place where I went in Copenhagen was this gardens with the Castle and it took my breath away, because it’s almost like the castle from the movie!!

I have a few photos and you can see just a slight difference. So maybe Tim Burton was inspired from this building? Or it’s just a coincidence of his imagination?








Of course we can see a different roof or some forms, windows, but more or less it’s easy to notice the style overall. Maybe we need more elephants and raptors in the garden and this place in Copenhagen we could call a scene from the Tim Burton movie!


So the question for you. Have you ever been in a place where you could say: Yes! I feel like in the movie!

Share your experience and your story, because it’s the best way to explore this amazing world!


Grab your popcorns and go to watch this movie! Or just have a good rest. Have a nice sunday everyone!


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