Embassy of Poland, Copenhagen

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Ambasada Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej w Kopenhadze

Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Copenhagen Polish Governmental and Diplomatic Plaque.png

Coordinates 55°44′17″N 12°35′00″E / 55.7381°N 12.5832°E / 55.7381; 12.5832Coordinates: 55°44′17″N 12°35′00″E / 55.7381°N 12.5832°E / 55.7381; 12.5832
Location Richelieus Alle, Hellerup, Denmark
Address Richelieus Alle 12, 2900 Hellerup
Ambassador Adam Halamski

The Polish Embassy in Copenhagen is the diplomatic mission of the Republic of Poland to the Kingdom of Denmark. The chancery is located at Richelieus Alle 12, Hellerup, Copenhagen.

The embassy is housed within a rococo style building on the banks of the Øresund sound. The main chancery building is adjoined by the ambassador's residence which is also of a rococo architectural style and the embassy's consular complex which was designed in a neo-classical style with elements of Danish baroque architecture such as the tented roof.

The current ambassador of the Polish Republic to the Kingdom of Denmark is Mr Adam Halamski who presented his credentials to HM Queen Margrethe II on 8 December 2006.

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