Autumn calls for the traditional “Stag Mania” time

Danish forests are abundant with deer, and in some of the public “animal gardens”, the dyrehaver, you can get quite close to the largest and …

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EXPAT CHILDREN: WHAT IT’S LIKE TO GROW UP ROOTLESS

Interview with psychologist and founder of Global Children, Anita Mayntzhusen. Be inspired to help your own children by her findings and insights from her study of …

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Australian born Crown Princess Mary – 10 years of dedication to her causes

Research shows that expats contribute positively to Danish society – the Danish Crown Princess is no exception – even if she is now a Danish …

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Beware of FAKE LANDLORDS

Last week students received an answer as to whether or not they had been accepted to the University of their choice – this means that …

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The Danes and Their Bread

Have you ever entered a Danish bakery and felt a bit lost when faced with shelf after shelf of bread and cakes in all shapes, …

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Afternoon tea in the most lovely of rose gardens – a different summer experience

Explore the lovely park and castle of Bernstorff Slot, go back in time in the small and cosy rose garden of Danish Queen Louise, and …

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Travelling the Royal Paths

Arriving for the first time in Denmark and having read that it is a country with the oldest monarchy in Europe, my desire to visit …

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New NORMAL is a huge success

Four years after opening its first retail shop with parallel imported goods in Silkeborg, NORMAL is showing all signs of being a huge success. An …

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Visit stunning Wroclaw, the city of bridges

Poland’s fourth largest city is also one of its most stunning, boasting a range of architectural charms that add to its thriving cultural agenda. With …

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UV protection is needed in Denmark from April until September

You might associate the need to protect your skin from the dangerous ultraviolet (UV) rays of the sun with being in a warm and sunny …

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