• Hej is a common greeting in Denmark. We present to you some interesting information about Denmark.

    In case you are from Denmark and wish to report inconsistencies, please reply to this topic.

    Danish is the official language of Denmark. Did you know that more than 5 million people speak in this language? It is also spoken in a few communities south of the German border. Danish and German are both Germanic languages and share a lot in terms of pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar. There are, however, some notable differences, and today.

    Let us know some interesting facts about the Danish people:

    1. Did you know that Denmark is named as ‘One of the Happiest countries’?
      And it remains to be on the very top of the UN World Happiness Report.

    2. First acknowledged in 1219, the Danish flag "Dannebrog" remains the oldest state flag in the world still in use by an independent nation. Turning 800 years has never looked better - and we'll celebrate it in true Danish birthday fashion: with a bunch of flags of course.

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    (Image source: https://theculturetrip.com/europe/denmark/articles/the-legend-of-how-a-flag-gave-denmark-strength-in-battle/)

    1. Denmark is known around the World for its Bike culture! Also, the fact that our country is quite flat is definitely an advantage in this matter.

    2. Did you know that the Danish alphabet has 3 additional letters: Æ, Ø, and Å?

    3. If this isn't a fun fact, we don't know what is! Because Denmark is home to the world's oldest amusement park, Bakken, as well as the second oldest one, Tivoli Gardens.


    (Image source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dyrehavsbakken#/media/File:Bakken_entry.jpg)

    1. There is an unofficial Danish law for "no one is better than the other". It is called "Janteloven", and it plays a key part in the Danish culture and mentality where everyone is accepted and equal.

    2. The Copenhagen harbor is clean enough to swim in. There are plenty of sandy beaches within 30 minutes of the city center, but you can also just take a dip in the harbor as the water is clean enough to swim in.

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    (Image source: https://divisare.com/projects/396143-big-jds-julien-de-smedt-architects-rasmus-hjortshoj-coast-bad-copenhagen-harbour-bath)

    1. Did you know that Denmark has 444 islands, but only 76 of them are inhabited?

    2. Not only is our city harbors clean enough to swim in but they are also used to drinking water from the tap. And you can enjoy this privilege as well during your stay because you'll find some of the world's cleanest tap water in Denmark.


    (Image source: https://islandsandislets.com/a-brief-guide-to-islands-of-denmark/)

    Hope you liked this little piece of information about the people and culture of Denmark. If you are aware of some more interesting facts like this, please share them with us!

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