Fredensborg is said to be the Queen’s favourite residence

Normally during July the public can, exceptionally, get a peep inside the royal residence at Fredensborg Castle, said to be the Queen’s favourite. This year, …

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Amidst the coronavirus crisis, a grand old lady turns 80

Danish Queen Margrethe was born on 16 April 1940, only 7 days after the German occupation of Denmark, a light in darkness many Danes found. …

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Surprisingly for some – you do need to take care of the UV rays in Denmark from April until September

You are wrong if you only associate the need to protect your skin from the dangerous ultraviolet (UV) rays of the sun with being in …

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Danish and international schools gradually reopening this week

During Easter, schools and childcare facilities have been working hard to prepare for the reopening as of 15 April, some will open a few days …

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Much needed PPE, personal protective equipment on the way to Denmark

This morning one of the world’s largest cargo planes landed with 1,000,000 facemasks and 20 ventilators for the Danish hospitals and medical system. The article …

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Coronavirus Easter in Denmark

The Danish Easter is coming up with four main bank holidays: due to the epidemic, grocery shops will have more opening hours than they normally …

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Enjoy the Danish nature all year round – weather is no excuse

Despite wanting to stay inside, cuddle up on the couch and drowse away any grey days, it is highly recommended to go outdoors for fresh …

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Coronavirus update: Most of Denmark remains closed until 10 May

Danish Prime Minister promised a very small reopening of the society on 15 April; most measures remain in place. The article continues below. By Bente …

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Gaekkebreve – a Danish Easter tradition

A lovely activity to enjoy with your children during lockdown, gaekkebreve are beautiful handmade cards, traditionally sent at this time of year. The article continues …

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Coronavirus NEWS: Age split of those hospitalised and deceased

Danish figures confirm those from other countries: mortality rate highest for the oldest and young people are rarely in hospital. The article continues below. By …

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