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Copenhagen Carnival 2010 – in Fælledparken 21, 22, 23 May

Copenhagen Carnival is a cultural event being held every year at Fælledparken in Copenhagen. Copenhagen Carnival is a three-day music festival organized by the Fonden Copenhagen Carnival. Copenhagen Carnival is one of Copenhagen’s largest cultural events, with the three-day festival in Fælledparken and its impressive parade, every year offers a wide and varied selection of […]


Video: Insight into Danish culture: Summerhouses

Summerhouses are a core part of Danish culture. We just love them and they are an essential part of our lives. There are 220,000 second homes in Denmark: 203,000 summerhouses, 14,000 allotments and 2,300 other types of recreational properties. 44 percent of holiday homes situated in Jutland, 16 percent of Fyn and other islands, while […]


Frederiksberg Have (garden) in Copenhagen

Frederiksberg Gardens are laid out as a garden in the romantic style with lots of different paths to walk. It is located in Frederiksberg, which is inside Copenhagen and about 10 minutes from my house. Coming from the city it is amazing to walk into a huge garden (park) with lawns full of crocuses and […]


It’s snowing in Copenhagen and it’s April!!!!

Dear diary…While writing this to you, I hope I am still asleep and just having a nightmare. I look outside and it is freezing cold and snowing. This could not possibly be happening in April could it???? Unfortunately I am pretty sure that I am awake and not just having a nightmare. It is actually […]


Ashes to ashes and dust to dust: Stop moaning and start driving!

It has now been four days since all flight traffic over the northern Europe was cancelled due to the volcanic ashes from the explosion on Iceland. The airspace is still closed over: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland, UK. It is partly closed […]


The spring has finally arrived in Copenhagen

The spring has finally arrived to Copenhagen and I feel ecstatic. The weather is Copenhagen was 14 degrees today and we had a bright blue sky. I am so fortunate to have an apartment with access to a beautiful rooftop terrace on which there is always sun and no wind. So today I spent most […]


“Hygge” – an insigt into Danish culture

“Hygge” is a very essential issue in Danish culture. There is no literal translation of the word, but when something is “hyggeligt” it is definitely comfortable and cosy. Different cultures obviously have different views on what is cosy and comfortable – and in this way the Danish definition is rather unique. “Hygge” is also often […]



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