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His son, Christian IV, tore down most of the old buildings and built a new castle between 16.
It was never officially incorporated as a market town but prospered from ample privileges afforded by successive monarchs, although it experienced a set back when Frederick IV moved court to Fredensborg Palace in the 1720s.
Hillerød was from 1772 until 1908 named Frederiksborg after its castle.
Its first town council was established in 1778 and its town shield, which features a flowering elder tree, is from 1787.
It was converted into the cooperative Hillerød Andelssvineslagteri by 300 local farmers in 1913.
It was later followed by the Gribskov Line to Græsted (80, extended to Gilleleje in 1896, Helsinge in 1897 and Tisvildeleje in 1924) and the Frederiksværk-Hundested Line (1897-1916), which further contributed to Hillerød's status as a local commercial centre.
The improvements in infrastructure also attracted new industries.