'Hvidøre' is a house on the coast in Gentofte to the north of Copenhagen in Denmark. The name can be translated as "a white, gravelled beach".
Built by the Danish architect Johan Schröder, the house was originally a summer residence for the counsellor F. C. Bruun. It is a mixture of Italian and Victorian Renaissance styles, with five neo-Grecian figures which still stand.
Categories: Companies - Misc
, Homes - Historic