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The seaside and harbor front venue around Nyhavn is a part of Copenhagen’s cultural soul. The many colorful houses and exclusive buildings surrounding the Nyhavn canal...
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City Hall Square in Copenhagen

Rådhuspladsen (City Hall Square in Copenhagen) is the nexus of Denmark's capital city, grandly lit up at night with its colored signs, digital news...
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The Danish Pacific Coast

Architectural gems, deranged village people and exclusive accommodation. Strandveien (the Coastal Road) is Denmark's 40 kilometer long holiday paradise. That’s why we call it...

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In 2012 a huge stone, wood and concrete building at Hållunden outside Stockholm opened its doors to the public. Artipelag, as the art gallery...

Pure Nordic Style at Hotel Oasia in Aarhus

Hotel Oasia Aarhus, Denmark, is located in one of Aarhus city's old historic buildings which formerly housed a small hotel called "Eriksen's Hotel". Today the hotel...
The Trolls of Danish Artist Thomas Dambo

The Trolls of Danish Artist Thomas Dambo

Trolls are Scandinavian mythical and whimsical monsters that children find themselves frightened over. However, the trolls of Thomas Dambo most people will find adorable. You...
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Danish Movie – A Warning Sign for Europe

Land of Mine (Under Sandet), the Danish film nominated for best foreign film at the Oscars 2017, follows a Danish sergeant who commands a troop...
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The ten things I’ll miss most about living in Denmark

Justin Cremer has been The Local Denmark’s editor since the site’s very launch. Now he is saying goodbye as he prepares to move back...
Reclaiming China in Denmark

Reclaiming China in Denmark

Chinese architect Wang Shu was awarded the most distinguished architectural honor, the Pritzker Prize, in 2012 for his ability to create architecture. “The Architect’s Studio” at...
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