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    Denmark has literally hundreds of castles, manors and palaces. Many are still privately owned by aristocratic families, who welcome visitors to their magnificent homes and private collections. Enjoy these impressive heritage homes and their parkland surroundings either in country settings nationwide or in major towns and cities. Download as PDF

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    Legal Disclaimer1. Access to and use of this site is provided by VisitDenmark subject to the following Terms and Conditions. 

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    Legal Disclaimer1. Access to and use of this site is provided by Brandingdanmark.dk subject to the following Terms and Conditions. 

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    General information about cookies  A cookie is a data file that websites store on the user's computer, so that they can recognize the computer during the user’s next visit to the website. Cookies are sent back and forth between the browser and a web server and include, among other things, information about how the website is used. 

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    Photo Contest - Official Rules

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    Wintercamping wird in Dänemark immer populärer, und entsprechend steigt die Anzahl an Ganzjahres-Campingplätzen. In einem der modernen kälteisolierten Campingwagen oder in einer Campinghütte kann man das Campingleben das ganze Jahr über genießen. Die so genannten „Hytter“, kleine gemütliche Holzhäuschen für zwei bis sechs Personen, sind oft sogar mit Küchenzeile und Bad zu mieten.

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    Artistic heritage The special light on the exposed Odsherred peninsula has always attracted many artists. You can see their work at a great selection of galleries and exhibitions in the area. The Painters' Farm (Malergården) is the former home of local artist Sigurd Swane and his family, near Plejerup, and is open to the public as a museum.

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    Purpose: To foster reflection and questioning of the audience.

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    You will have encountered Danish design at one time or another, whether you realise it or not. In the 60s, viewers of Kennedy and Nixon’s historic TV duel were looking at Hans J. Wegner’s Danish chair. Modern audiences have begun craving classic Danish light fittings by Poul Henningsen, thanks to The Killing. And classics such as Erik Magnussen's Stelton thermos are now sitting on tables all over the world. Follow the trail of great Danish designers across the country with this guide to design in Denmark.

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    Danish fashion design is a rapidly growing scene with new names blazing trails around the globe. Copenhagen Fashion Festival happens twice a year and here you’ll see the new collections of the most talented designers Denmark has to offer. You’ll find Danish labels on high streets all over the world and here are some successful names to keep your eyes open for, in Denmark and abroad.

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    The casual sophistication of Danish fashion was captured by DanskMode at Copenhagen Fashion Week in August 2015. The blogger shares his thoughts on the distinctiveness of Danish fashion and his advice on how to show off the Danish street style.

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    A patience consuming exercise which can create fantastic group attention.

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    Bringing your kids to Denmark? If you’re looking for ideas and inspiration for budget or free attractions in Denmark for kids, read on. Learn about free entry museums, films and theater, fun experiences in cities and nature and much more. It is possible to do Denmark on a budget or for free even with the kids in tow!

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    From quaint harbour towns around the coast, to the historic city of Odense at its heart, Funen is a great place to tour and experience unique Danish culture.

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    Cheche is a consultancy in which we bring experience and new vision together, with resilience, resourcefulness, innovation and implementation.

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    The summary matrix is a method to make the participants think about what they have gained from a workshop or seminar. Through the exercise, accept and learning is increased.

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    The concept seeks to speed up meetings to create a short and intensive event. Emphasis is given to dialogue with other participants and with a panel via an interactive IT system. The concept creates a framework for the meeting that seeks to focus and enhance the professional content allowing participants to offer real-time feedback. Furthermore, emphasis is given to hosting an environmentally friendly event where health, organic lifestyle, recycling and environmental issues take centre stage.

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    Many of Denmark’s big attractions are accessible all year round and usually free of charge, for example churches, statues, ancient monuments and historical ruins. Many castles and manor houses offer free entry to the adjacent gardens and grounds. Read on to find out more ideas for free sightseeing in Denmark.

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    Denmark is one of the oldest monarchies in the world and its long legacy is perfectly preserved in its many fine castles, manor houses and gardens. Many are still used by the royal family today and most are open for you to explore, with exhibitions, museums, art collections and other events throughout the year.

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    Follow this easily accessible route around the country and piece together the Viking history of Denmark.

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    Employ music in your meeting and get a higher return on investment.

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    Purpose: To explore each other’s experience from different angles and make the participants talk together.

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    "King Gorm made these runes in honour of his wife Thyra, the pride of Denmark". Such is the inscription on one of the rune stones in Jelling. Rune stones were raised by Vikings to honour loved ones'memories, to proclaim important subjects, tell stories or to brag about achievements.

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    In the Viking age playing was used both for fun and educational purposes. The Vikings used playing as a way to educate and prepare their children for war and the adult life ahead.

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    Legends and Sagas from the Viking age tell great stories and give insight into the values and beliefs of the Vikings. By studying the Legends and Sagas one will therefore not only be entertained but also learn a lot about Vikings

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    The everyday life of a Viking was all about obtaining food and shelter. This was no different for the children who worked and did not go to school. Everything that a child needed to know it learned by doing as the adults did.

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    The Viking Sword The king slowly works his way through the crowd and into the lake. When the water hits his knees, the king stops, places his sword above his head and greets the gods. He then throws the sword deep into the lake where it instantly disappears. When the offering is over, everybody returns to the King's hall and the festivities can begin.

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    Another great part of Christmas hygge in Denmark is when friends, colleagues or families gather for a traditional Christmas lunch, or 'julefrokost'.

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    Animal fun and medieval heritage by a country lane

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    Family heirloom are often handed down from generation to generation. Sometimes a piece of jewelry, a Christmas ornaments, or maybe an ancient blue fluted coffee cup from Royal Copenhagen? These Family Heirlooms all tell a story. Please share your family story by uploading a picture of your Danish Family Heirlooms to Instagram and tag it #DanishHeirlooms

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    The history of the Jews in Denmark is over 400 years long. Some families arrived from Hamburg and Amsterdam as early as the 1620s. Others set out from Eastern Europe in the 1920s – heading for the United States and the American dream, they ended up in Copenhagen because they did not have enough money to complete their journey.

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    An ancient land, East Jutland sweeps you back through history, from Viking sights to 400 years BC, with the grizzly body of The Tollund Man in Silkeborg.

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    For centuries, North Zealand has been the playground of Danish kings and queens and you can feel its important role in Danish history at the region’s many castles and royal parklands.

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    Brain Food by Radisson Blu Stylish and deliciously satisfying, it's the ultimate food for thought. And for success. Exclusively from Blu. For You.

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    You may know the feeling. You've spent time (valueable time!) and money (lots of money) on getting everything just right for that very important strategy meeting. Now all you need is for everyone to engage (look alive, people!) and for management to go away feeling like this was a very succesful meeting. Happy boss, happy life. What you do not want is this: Zzzzzzzzzzzz. Because, lets face it, your meeting ROI will plummet to the floor with sleeping employees at your business meetings.

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    Travel is an important passion for Jason Hort, also known as @serialtourist on Instagram. He has visited Denmark about a dozen times, seeking out new "Danish adventures" each time. Read about his recent trip to Rømø, an island famous for its wide beaches and rich birdlife.

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    Networking groups are important for people seeking new knowledge within their work field but do not have much contact with colleagues. This meeting concept is designed around a traditional conference concept with presentations of new knowledge within the professional field. But in addition, participants will be able to join a network for future benefit.

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    The concept supports companies, associations etc. that prioritise responsibility, health, and well-being. Physical activity is one of the key elements of this meeting concept, which focuses on creating new energy among the participants Program The objectives for the meeting are determined in cooperation with the organiser beforehand, and the meeting agenda is then distributed to participants along with a questionnaire to identify participants’ knowledge and expectations of the meeting’s professional themes and program.

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    LEGO® is known and loved by children and adults throughout the world, thanks to its ingenious simplicity and the endless imaginative possibilities. In the year 2000, LEGO® was named Toy of the Century by both Fortune Magazine in the US and the Association of British Toy Dealers. Here are some things you may not know about the world’s favourite toy.

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    We all know how costly business meetings can be. Getting the most out of your time in that meeting room is crucial. Here are 3 tips for getting more out of your meeting participants and increasing the ROI of your meeting. 

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    Danish regions: South Zealand The archipelago of Lolland-Falster features many family attractions within a circle of 30km. Here you find Scandinavia's largest safari park with exotic animals, Knuthenborg, and the Medieval Centre, where there are daily battle shows. You can visit the island of Møn with its mighty tree-topped white cliffs and there are sandy beaches along southern Falster. Attractions to visit in South Zealand Møns Cliffs

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    Danish regions: South and South West Jutland The region of South Jutland offers unique nature – from wide-open marshlands and tidal flatlands to sandy beaches. You can go oyster hunting or seal watching in the Wadden Sea National Park. Close by you find Denmark’s oldest town, Ribe, and living history at the Ribe Viking Centre. The well-known theme park LEGOLAND® is among the region’s top attractions.

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    It’s easy to get out onto the water and experience real Danish maritime history for yourself. A number of harbour towns around Denmark have important maritime attractions, festivals and vintage sailing ships to board. Here are some great places to discover Denmark’s history on the high seas.

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    Danish regions: North Zealand Palaces, castles and stately homes - North Sealand offers royal attractions and unique experiences. With its rolling woods, lakes and beaches, the region's parkland nature invites you to take the slow road. Enjoy the splendour of the Danish Riviera with inspiring art museums and outstanding hospitality.

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    You may know the feeling. You've spent time (valueable time!) and money (lots of money) on getting everything just right for that very important strategy meeting. Now all you need is for everyone to engage (look alive, people!) and for management to go away feeling like this was a very succesful meeting. Happy boss, happy life. What you do not want is this: Zzzzzzzzzzzz. Because, lets face it, your meeting ROI will plummet to the floor with sleeping employees at your business meetings.

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    You may know the feeling. You've spent time (valueable time!) and money (lots of money) on getting everything just right for that very important strategy meeting. Now all you need is for everyone to engage (look alive, people!) and for management to go away feeling like this was a very succesful meeting. Happy boss, happy life. What you do not want is this: Zzzzzzzzzzzz. Because, lets face it, your meeting ROI will plummet to the floor with sleeping employees at your business meetings.

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    You may know the feeling. You've spent time (valueable time!) and money (lots of money) on getting everything just right for that very important strategy meeting. Now all you need is for everyone to engage (look alive, people!) and for management to go away feeling like this was a very succesful meeting. Happy boss, happy life. What you do not want is this: Zzzzzzzzzzzz. Because, lets face it, your meeting ROI will plummet to the floor with sleeping employees at your business meetings.

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    You may know the feeling. You've spent time (valueable time!) and money (lots of money) on getting everything just right for that very important strategy meeting. Now all you need is for everyone to engage (look alive, people!) and for management to go away feeling like this was a very succesful meeting. Happy boss, happy life. What you do not want is this: Zzzzzzzzzzzz. Because, lets face it, sleeping employees at (costly) business meetings will not make that high striker bell ring on your meeting ROI.

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    On his recent trip to Copenhagen Instagram phenomenon paperboyo wanted to see a different side of the city. By combining photography and paper cut-outs he looked more closely at the Danish landmarks and architecture.

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