Author Archives: Ani Movsisyan

I was born with a traveller’s suitcase in my hand. I am from Armenia, an ancient land of amazing beauty and big-hearted people. A few years ago a courageous Dane stole me over and after two weddings and two years of fabulous adventures in China and Germany, here we are settled in the fairy-tale country of Denmark. In September 2012 I am going back to the books and starting my Masters at DTU. Staying true to the travel spirit I work at Everplaces, where we build a tool for travellers. From my homebase in Copenhagen I am onto exploring the beautiful gems and curious traditions this land holds. To follow my adventures you can also check out my personal blog at http://movsisyan.dk/blog

Following the trail of Tycho Brahe in Hven

This is a story that my fingers should have typed away years ago, yet for some reason it never happened, […]

In Hamlet’s city of Helsingør

You find so many interesting and quirky things around you when you roam the streets looking beyond what the eye […]

In the world of Karen Blixen

Karen Blixen or Isak Dinesen, depending on which part of the world you come from, is one of the greatest […]

Tisvilde Hegn – where the forest meets the beach

Zealand is so much more than its pretty capital, København. It is castles, cliffs, small and picturesque towns… It is […]

Walking in wintery København

Strolling is my favourite mode of discovering the new and the familiar. From an efficiency point of view it is […]

A ViEW ON dANISH ART

Ani Movsisyan

I was born with a traveller’s suitcase in my hand. I am from Armenia, an ancient land of amazing beauty and big-hearted people. A few years ago a courageous Dane stole me over and after two weddings and two years of fabulous adventures in China and Germany, here we are settled in the fairy-tale country of Denmark. In September 2012 I am going back to the books and starting my Masters at DTU. Staying true to the travel spirit I work at Everplaces, where we build a tool for travellers. From my homebase in Copenhagen I am onto exploring the beautiful gems and curious traditions this land holds. To follow my adventures you can also check out my personal blog at http://movsisyan.dk/blog