How to choose a school away from “home”

When you move to a new country once again, or leave your home country for the first time, and you bring along children, one of …

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Smørrebrød – a quintessentially Danish delicacy

Are you new to the world of smørrebrød or do you just find them a bit daunting? We have sampled some of the best eateries …

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So what is Easter in Denmark?

You might think, due to all the extended Easter bank holidays, that Danes are very religious and spend their free days going to special Easter …

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Gaekkebreve – a Danish Easter tradition

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

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Security situation analysis: currently most serious threat to Danish security in 30 years

Report from today’s press meeting concerning the Danish security situation and the new strategic 10-year security agreement with the Ukraine. The article continues below. By …

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Strong winds even gusts of wind of stormstrength and warnings of dangerous weather

A windy and rainy night awaits from tonight until Friday lunchtime. The article continues below. By Bente D. Knudsen DMI warns of strong winds for …

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When the wind blows during winter – do you know how cold it is for your skin when you go outside?

Denmark is windy, the modern wind chill factor developed by DMI can help you evaluate just how cold the wind feels on your skin. The …

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Travellers in Copenhagen without M3 and M4 for two weeks in February- M1 and M2 normal

The two metro lines in Copenhagen must close to be able to prepare for the opening of the metro prolongation to Sydhavn and Valby The …

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No M3 and M4 metro from late night until early morning due to maintenance 29 January – 1 February

The tracks of the Copenhagen metro lines need regular maintenance therefore during night time next week two metro lines will close. The article continues below. …

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First flag flying day in 2024: Queen Mary’s birthday

Flags will be flying on all official buildings and on buses on 5 February in celebration of the popular Queen Mary, whose Australian roots inspired …

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