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  • 3rd prize: Danish goody bag including authentic DK butter cookies

Denmark – Scandinavia’s Greatest Little Kingdom
Denmark is a small Scandinavian country (42,916 square kilometres) in northern Europe with a population of 5,6 mil. people (2014) of which 1.2 million live in Greater Copenhagen, the Danish capital. Denmark has been a kingdom since approx. 900 AD and is a constitutional monarchy. The official language in Denmark is Danish but English is widely spoken.


The Happy Danes
Denmark has been awarded the title of the happiest country in the world multiple times. And if you ask a Dane if life is good, he/she will most probably answer yes. Denmark is a welfare state known for its high quality of life, social cohesion, a good work-life balance and a high level of income equality.


Danish culture
The Danes are known for modern Scandinavian design and creative New Nordic Cuisine, which has inspired the culinary world. Copenhagen has gained a reputation as a leading European foodie destination, as it was home to the World’s Best Restaurant, noma, for multiple years. The rural Danish inns also offer some of the best food in Denmark. And visitors should of course try a Danish pastry.
Denmark’s new wave of moviemaking and TV fiction (‘Nordic Noir’) has reached an international audience with series such as The Killing and The Bridge.
Denmark is also famous for the Danish bike culture. In the capital Copenhagen there are now more bikes than cars and visitors will see bikes that can carry the whole family around.


Wonderful experiences in Denmark
Denmark offers a rich variety of experiences and destinations – all within easy reach. There are hundreds of miles of wide-open sandy beaches. There are 72 inhabited islands – some rocky, some sandy – which are connected by ferry services and bridges. Denmark is a green country perfectly suited for active holidays and cycling.
The liveable Danish cities are all within easy reach and has multiple experiences to offer. This year, Denmark’s second city, Aarhus, carries the title of European Capital of Culture and Denmark’s third city is the home of world-famous fairy-tale writer, Hans Christian Andersen.
Denmark has world-class attractions - in fact Denmark is the home of the LEGO brick, and the original LEGOLAND theme park. As one of the world’s oldest kingdoms, Denmark also offers a wealth of royal castles, Viking monuments and heritage centres that bring the nation’s history to life. Denmark is even home to Hamlet’s Castle, Kronborg Castle, situated just one hour north of Copenhagen.

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