What is a cookie?

A cookie is a file that your PC, smartphone or other IT devices save in order to recognize the equipment. Cookies are among others used for collecting statistics on the users’ utilization of the website and in order to optimize the content of the site. A cookie is a passive file and therefore unable to compile information on the users’ PC and cannot inflict any computer viruses or other damaging software.   

It is your decision what you give consent to

When you visit one of our websites for the first time, you have to consent our use of cookies. The next time you visit our website and use the same browser you will not have to consent again and the system will continue to place cookies. You will always be able to change your consent of cookies on the button in the lower left corner.

Here you can get an overview of which cookies we use on the website and get guidance on how to remove cookies in your browsers. 

Why do we inform about cookies?

All Danish websites are obliged to inform about which cookies that are placed in the users IT equipment. The information has to be in accordance with “Executive order on requirements for information and consent to the storage of and access to information in the users terminal equipment” (the cookie order). 

Processing  personal data and cookies

When you accept the use of cookies on our websites, we process personal information about you in terms of your IP-address. The purpose of the process is to generate statistics on the use of our website and in order to improve the user quality on our websites. 

You can read more about how we process your personal data in our personal data policy

Do you have any questions? 

You are welcome to contact our data protection consultant by e-mail: or via the main number of The Agency for Culture and Palaces: 33 95 42 00, if you have any questions about our information or how we use cookies on the websites.

Opdateret 27. September 2022