Tombs of relatives of King Christian IX and Queen Louise at Roskilde Cathedral

In this crypt are the tombs of grand children and great grand children with their wives of King Christian IX and Queen Louise of Denmark who didn't become Kings and Queens of European countries.

Interred are among others:
Prince Viggo (1893-1970) and wife Princess Eleanor (1895-1966)
Prince Erik (1890-1950)
Prince Valdemar (1858-1939) and wife Princess Marie (1865-1909)
Prince Gustav (1887-1944)
Princess Thyra (1880-1945)
Prince Harald (1876-1949) and wife Princess Helene (1888-1962)
Prince Knud (1900-1976) and wife Caroline-Mathilde (1912-1995)
Prince Knud was to become King of Denmark if his brother, King Frederik IX died but after the reform of the Danish constitution in 1953 Frederiks daughter, Princess Margrethe, became Crown Princess. Today she is Queen Margrethe II od Denmark. Knud instead got the new title Arveprins (Hereditary Prince).

Also brothers of King Christian IX are interred here (left and right of the entrance:
Prince Hans (1825-1911)
Prince Vilhelm (1816-1893)
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