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Ice Sculptures for Climate Summit

August 29, 2009 Janne 0

Today marks the 100th day before the United Nations’ Climate Change Conference takes place in Copenhagen this December. Many people and organizations advocating for a green environment are keeping an eye for this international event. China and India are some of the countries eagerly awaiting this first ever summit on climate change.


Mobile Cottages for Ice Regions

August 28, 2009 Janne 0

Tourists vary in their preference for destinations to visit and explore. Some go for the tropical countries where the weather is warm while the others prefer the colder regions. But when visiting areas with very cold climate with lots of ice, accommodation can be a major problem. […]

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Favorite Kid-Friendly Tourist Spots

August 27, 2009 Janne 0

It is always a joy to expose children to wonderful attractions and to bring them to new places every now and then and especially when the budget fits. One reason why Denmark land has been frequently visited by families is because of the existence of great attractions where kids can really have a grand time. […]


Cooperation With Jobindex For Jobs In Denmark

August 26, 2009 denmark 0

Danes love to work – so much indeed, that only 18% of Danes would quit their job if they hit the lottery jackpot.
Join the happiest workforce on earth in Denmark., the Denmark information and tourism portal in English language, today started a cooperation with […]

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What’s Cooking in Copenhagen?

August 25, 2009 Janne 0

People always love food. Food is one thing that can make people happy. Travelers always want to search for great food when they visit a place. If you’d like to have a taste of the delectable Denmark cuisine, you can do so now until August 30 in the capital city. Some 25,000 visitors are expected to attend this event now celebrating its fifth year. […]

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Queenly Home for Royal Family

August 24, 2009 Janne 0

Travelers to Copenhagen will soon be able to explore the newly refurbished royal home of Prince Frederik and his wife, the Crown Princess Mary of Denmark. This is your chance to visit perhaps the most majestic residence of a royal family in the Denmark capital. Find out the grand atmosphere inside Frederik VIII’s Palace after undergoing a five-year renovation work costing a whopping 13 million pounds. Frederik VIII’s Palace is part of the Amalienborg complex.

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Drum Clinic to Visit Denmark

August 22, 2009 Janne 0

It’s not often that activities aimed at teaching people the use of musical instruments go from one place to another. Music lessons offered in schools and by some private individuals in a certain location are okay but it’s a different kind of thing when you get your lessons from the professional artists themselves. […]

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Copenhagen Welcomes New International School

August 21, 2009 Janne 0

Denmark in Europe is home to thousands of immigrants. Most of them are employees coming from other countries who were posted to work in this great Scandinavian country. Many of these foreign workers are also parents with children still going to school. […]

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