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A Brit who has lived in Denmark for the past 15 years and is starting to appreciate the smaller, more low-profile sights the country has to offer.

A ship to the afterlife

It’s hard to imagine the village of Gammel Lejre as anything other than a row of idyllic thatched cottages set [...]

Rådmandsgade 34

A hundred years ago, Copenhagen’s outer Nørrebro district was a still a relatively new part of Copenhagen where people moved [...]

Christmas market in Vallekilde

Vallekilde is the sort of place where you expect to see Pippi Longstocking come riding on her horse at full [...]

Nyboders Mindestuer – Copenhagen’s smallest museum?

Walking down Stor Kongensgade into Copenhagen, you’ll pass an area of small yellow terraced houses. These old houses date back [...]

Stevns and the Cold War

Driving down to Stevns from Copenhagen and the roads get narrower, the cars become fewer and the landscape gets increasingly [...]

A ViEW ON dANISH ART

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A Brit who has lived in Denmark for the past 15 years and is starting to appreciate the smaller, more low-profile sights the country has to offer.