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Copenhagen - Editorial
One of the most commonly-used words in Denmark has no English translation. Hygge, pronounced hoo-ga, is often translated as coziness. But to the Danes, hygge means a lot more than that.
Flirting girls, glamorous divas, sensual women and pictures of Lili are among Gerda Wegener’s favourite subjects. Wegener's ambivalent sexuality and the story of her spouse were too difficult for people to relate to in her time.
Nyhavn waterfront & canal district
It's December, and the holiday spirit is sweeping through Copenhagen! Here is a small selection of the many events you can experience this month during the city's festival, Copenhagen Christmas.
In no time, the urbane and hip food truck market cum venue, Copenhagen Street Food, has established itself as a popular place for tourists, Copenhageners – and event planners.
So what is this thing called 'hygge'?
With no direct English translation, hygge is most closely translated to "cosiness". But 'hygge' is so much more than that. Some claim that it's an entire attitude to life, while others describe it as a particular feeling.
Copenhagen lacks accommodation capacity
The hotel scene in Copenhagen is in a rapid development, and despite of a large increase in hotel capacity in 2014 there is still lack of accommodation capacity.
Bicycle easy in Copenhagen
Seven bloggers from six nations are about to get up close and personal with Copenhagen. Our #Copenhunters 2014 have each been given three days and ten digital scavenger hunt challenges in which to prove that they are the Best Blogger on Denmark in 2014!
As well as many fine Michelin Star restaurants, Denmark has a growing list of Bib Gourmand restaurants.
Win tickets to the Eurovision Song Contest Grand Final!
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