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Denmark is home to the ‘lowest-highest’ point in Europe; but what that exactly entails is somewhat uncertain. Ejer Baunehøj, in the Lake District region south-west of Aarhus, seems to be the highest natural point (171m with a large tower built on top to commemorate the fact), although Yding Skovhøj, some 3km away stands 2m higher owing to an ancient burial mound. Either way, the 213m tall Søsterhøj Transmission Tower (1956), with its top 315m above sea level is technically the highest point in Denmark!

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Denmark tourism and travel information including facts, maps, history, culture, transport and weather in Denmark. Find popular places to visit in …

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Guide to Denmark with Danish hotel links, maps, pictures and more inspiration for your vacation in Denmark from VisitDenmark, the Official Tourism and Travel …

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A guide to Denmark with articles, photos, facts, videos, and news from National Geographic.

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Denmark travel guide including detailed destination guides to Danish cities, beaches, ski resorts, cruise ports and airports. Up to date and written by experts.

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This page is intended for the use of Americans coming to Denmark. When I say Americans, I mean adult, English-speaking citizens of the United States of …

Generalities

Denmark is often praised as being one of the greenest countries in the world but apart from the ubiquitous bikes, the individual Danes are surprisingly nonchalant about the environment despite their reputation. As with so many other things, environmentalism is viewed as a collective responsibility. The Social Democratic leadership enacted a series of reforms, mainly green taxation, between 1993-2001, that made Danish society as a whole (especially in industrial production) one of the most energy efficient in the world. As it turned out, it was also good business and green technology has become of the country’s largest exports. Examples being thermostats, wind turbines and home insulation. Because of this, green policies enjoy unusually broad support among the people and the entire political spectrum. 20% of energy productions come from renewable energy, mainly wind power. This is made possible by the common Nordic energy market and the massive hydro energy resources in Norway and Sweden, which can easily be regulated up and down to balance the unreliable wind production.

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General information about Denmark: capital, currency, official language, climate…All you need to know about Denmark.

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The life in Denmark guide will help you to settle down in Denmark. The guide is written by expatriates in Denmark, for people who would like to move to Denmark. … GENERALITIES · general information …

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Formalities

Denmark is not only a gateway to Scandinavia in cultural terms, but also geographically. As such, the country is well connected with the rest of the European continent and Scandinavia. A plethora of ferries connect Denmark with Europe and Scandinavia. The Copenhagen Airport serves as a main Scandinavian hub because its southern latitude makes it a natural stopping point for flights between Scandinavia and the rest of Europe.

Denmark is not only a gateway to Scandinavia in cultural terms, but also geographically. As such, the country is well connected with the rest of the European continent and Scandinavia. A plethora of ferries connect Denmark with Europe and Scandinavia. The Copenhagen Airport serves as a main Scandinavian hub because its southern latitude makes it a natural stopping point for flights between Scandinavia and the rest of Europe.

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What do I need to enter in Denmark? Do I need a passport, a visa, a valid ID? Information about formalities in Denmark.

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Formalities to enter in Denmark, entry requirements, passports, visas.

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We give you the opportunity to write anything you like about your experience in Denmark. Formalities, visa procedures, food, shopping, night life, it’s up to you!

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Welcome to the website for the Danish Visa Application Centre. The Embassy of Denmark and Iceland are pleased to announce the opening of their Visa …

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On this page you can read more about how to apply for a short term visa to visit Denmark.

Visas

Denmark is a member of the Schengen Agreement.

There are no border controls between countries that have signed and implemented the treaty – the European Union (except Bulgaria, Cyprus, Ireland, Romania and the United Kingdom), Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland. Likewise, a visa granted for any Schengen member is valid in all other countries that have signed and implemented the treaty. But be careful: not all EU members have signed the Schengen treaty, and not all Schengen members are part of the European Union. This means that there may be spot customs check but no immigration checks (travelling within Schengen but to/from a non-EU country) or you may have to clear immigration but not customs (travelling within the EU but to/from a non-Schengen country).

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If you wish to travel to Denmark, you should inquire whether you will need a visa. In the affirmative, make sure to file an application in due time.

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The applications are to be submitted at the Denmark Visa Application Center’s at London, Manchester or Edinburgh (UK). All applications will be assessed by …

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workpermit.com\’s guide for immigrating to Denmark. Information on Danish immigration visas, work permits, and residence permits.

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Denmark Visa Services: Secure Online Application; Tourist, Business, Private Visas to Denmark. Comprehensive Information on Denmark Visa Requirements …

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The Embassy of Denmark in Pretoria, South Africa, is pleased to announce the opening of a Visa Application Centre operated by VFS Visa Processing South …

Work

A well-balanced family and work life, an excellent business climate and an efficient welfare state. These are just three of the reasons why many foreigners want to come to Denmark. In recent years, Denmark has attracted foreign workers in a wide range of areas, and the expectation is that in the future even more foreigners who are willing to be part of the Danish work force and society will be needed.

https://www.workindenmark.dk/

Work in Denmark – a job portal for anybody who wants to work in Denmark.

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Many foreign nationals are free to live and work in Denmark. However, some are required to hold a residence and work permit. The specific …

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If you wish to apply for a Danish residence and work permit, the application process depends on whether you are applying as an employee, …

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A well-balanced family and work life, an excellent business climate and an efficient welfare state. These are just three of the reasons why many foreigners want …

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workpermit.com\’s guide for immigrating to Denmark. Information on Danish immigration visas, work permits, and residence permits.

Accommodation

Apart from the ubiquitous kebab shops and pizza stands, dining in Denmark can be fairly expensive, but a worthwhile cost. Traditional Danish fare includes items as pickled herring, fried plaice, and other assorted seafood items. Hearty meat dishes are also prevalent, as seen in items such as frikadeller (pork only or pork and veal meat balls topped by a brown sauce) and “stegt flæsk og persillesovs” (thick pork bacon slices topped by a parsley cream sauce). Many meals are also accompanied by a beer, and shots of aquavit or schnapps, though these are mainly enjoyed when guests are over. Drinking along with meals is encouraged as the foods are enhanced by the drinks, and vice versa. If looking for a quick snack to grab on the go, try the traditional Danish hot dog, served in a bun with a variety of fixings, including pickles, fried or raw onions as well as ketchup, mustard and remoulade (a Danish invention in spite of the French name, consisting of mayonnaise with the addition of chopped cabbage and turmeric for color). For dessert, try either “ris à l’amande” (rice pudding with almonds and cherries, again a French name with no relation to French cuisine) or æbleskiver (ball-shaped cakes similar in texture to American pancakes, served with strawberry jam), both normally only available in November and December. For candy try a bag of “Superpiratos” (hot licorice candy with salmiakki).

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The official destination website for Denmark WA Western Australia, everything you need to know about accommodation, tours and comprehensive tourist …

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Denmark Holiday Accommodation – Find a great deal on 1, 2, 3+ Bedroom Holiday Houses & Apartment Rentals in Denmark. Compare 59 Holiday Homes …

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Denmark WA accommodation guide : Denmark Western Australia has a wide range of holiday accommodation for tourists and visitors. The official …

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Denmark Accommodation: Find 237 traveler reviews and 516 candid photos for 16 Denmark Hotels on TripAdvisor.

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Denmark Holidays and Denmark Accommodation for the Great Southern of West Australia. Where to stay in Denmark WA. Access over 200 holiday …

Study

It’s a small nation nestled at the gateway between northern and western Europe, but as our guide explains, Denmark is a heavyweight study destination.

Vikings, Hamlet, existential angst (courtesy of Søren Kierkegaard) – many of the things that we associate with the nation are quite gloomy.

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Denmark Holidays and Denmark Accommodation for the Great Southern of West Australia. Where to stay in Denmark WA. Access over 200 holiday …

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As a foreign national, you can be granted a residence permit in order to study in Denmark.

denmark.dk/en/practical-info/study-in-denmark/

“I like that we are all encouraged to be independent and encouraged to participate in the discussions”, says one of the 18000 foreign students currently studying …

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It’s a small nation nestled at the gateway between northern and western Europe, but as our guide explains, Denmark is a heavyweight study destination.

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Study Abroad at DIS. Academically challenging study abroad programs taught in English! Discover Europe … Denmark: DIS – Danish Institute for Study Abroad.

Health care

Apart from the ubiquitous kebab shops and pizza stands, dining in Denmark can be fairly expensive, but a worthwhile cost. Traditional Danish fare includes items as pickled herring, fried plaice, and other assorted seafood items. Hearty meat dishes are also prevalent, as seen in items such as frikadeller (pork only or pork and veal meat balls topped by a brown sauce) and “stegt flæsk og persillesovs” (thick pork bacon slices topped by a parsley cream sauce). Many meals are also accompanied by a beer, and shots of aquavit or schnapps, though these are mainly enjoyed when guests are over. Drinking along with meals is encouraged as the foods are enhanced by the drinks, and vice versa. If looking for a quick snack to grab on the go, try the traditional Danish hot dog, served in a bun with a variety of fixings, including pickles, fried or raw onions as well as ketchup, mustard and remoulade (a Danish invention in spite of the French name, consisting of mayonnaise with the addition of chopped cabbage and turmeric for color). For dessert, try either “ris à l’amande” (rice pudding with almonds and cherries, again a French name with no relation to French cuisine) or æbleskiver (ball-shaped cakes similar in texture to American pancakes, served with strawberry jam), both normally only available in November and December. For candy try a bag of “Superpiratos” (hot licorice candy with salmiakki).

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Danish Health Care. For the most part, Danish health care service is characterised by being publicly financed through taxes and, for most of the services, run …

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As a student and resident in Denmark you will enjoy free access to a quality healthcare system. Here is what you need to know.

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The following excerpt from ” IT brings the Danish health sector together” describes the Danish health sector in general: ‘The Danish healthcare sector is …

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This publication gives an overview of the scope and organisation of the Danish health service. A list of addresses is included at the end of the …

www.civitas.org.uk/pdf/Denmark.pdf

Background Briefing. Health Care Lessons from Denmark (2002). Danish healthcare is both tax funded and almost entirely publicly provided. One factor which …

Bank

AMBU becomes one of the first Danish companies to issue corporate bonds in Danish Kroner.

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Denmark. Nordea Bank Danmark is Denmark’s second-largest bank and counts every fourth Dane among its customers. Through our nationwide network of …

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The Danske Bank Group, headquartered in Copenhagen, is the largest bank in Denmark and one of the leading financial enterprises in northern Europe.

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Results 1 – 20 of 40 – Provides innovative web platform for Denmark banking resources – contact details for banks, iban and swift code.

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f you are sensible and follow local habits – such as cycling to university and eating at home – life in Denmark shouldn’t blow your budget. Read about living …

Tax

If you have a temporal (tourist) residency status and you buy goods worth more than 100 KM you are entitled to a PDV (VAT) tax refund. PDV consist of 17% of the purchase price. The refund applies to all goods bought within three months before leaving, except petroleum, alcohol or tobacco. At the shop, ask the staff for a tax-refund form (PDV-SL-2). Have it filled out and have stamped (you need your identity card/passport). Upon leaving BiH, the Bosnian customs can verify (stamp) the form if you show them the goods you bought. A PDV refund in Marks can be obtained within three months, either at the same shop where you bought the goods (in that case the tax will be refunded to you immediately), or by posting the verified receipt back to the shop, together with the account number into which the refund should be paid.

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Do you intend to move to Denmark or to invest in Denmark? If so, remember to take account of the Danish tax legislation. The Newsletter from taxindenmark.com …

https://www.workindenmark.dk/en/Find_information/…/Tax_rules

When you come to Denmark to work, you must pay tax on your wages to the Danish state. These taxes pay for the Danish welfare system, including child care, …

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Søgefelt. Ministeren · Ministeriet · Skatteområdet. English. General information · Taxation in Denmark · Facts and figures. Skatteministeriet. Skatteministeriet …

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This means that a number of important services are covered through taxes, such as healthcare. Here is what you need to know about paying tax in Denmark.

www.cfe-eutax.org/taxation/personal-income-tax/denmark

In Denmark is personal income tax progressive. Taxation is based on categories of income, for instance: investment income or employment income. Personal …

Transports

Denmark is directly connected to the German Autobahn on route E45 (German route 7), which passes close to Hamburg and runs along the east coast of the Jutland peninsular, all the way to Frederikshavn in the North, passing through Denmark’s second city Aarhus along the way. Many drivers going from Germany to the Danish capital opt for one of the regular car ferries, which shortens the trip by 137km from Hamburg and 309km from Berlin respectively, and avoids the 215 DKK bridge toll, so the price of the ferry crossing is nearly offset by extra gas needed to take the long way around.

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Denmark Expat Info Center Guide – Denmark General Information provides Expatriates with the Denmark Transport, Railways, Highwys, Ports, Airports etc.

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As agent to Tschudi Project Transport AS, Oslo. Visiting address: Kongevejen 272a. DK-2830 Virum, Denmark. Phone + 45 45 95 04 92. Employees …

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As an international student in Denmark, you will find it easy to get around. Public transport is highly efficient and Denmark’s location makes it a gateway between …

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There are numerous ways to get around in Denmark. Long distances can be covered by plane, train, bus or car. Denmark has more than 2600 kilometres of …

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Transportation in Denmark is quite easy and the options are numerous including bus, train, metro, cycling and driving. There are many ways of getting around …

Driver’s licence

Unless otherwise posted, speed limits are 130 km/h (80mph) on the motorways, 80 km/h (50 mph) outside build-up areas and 50 km/h (30 mph) in built-up areas. Although the limit goes up to 130 on intercity stretches, large stretches of motorway around cities, major junctions and on the inter-island bridges have limits of 110 km/h or lower. Vehicles with caravans or trailers as well as trucks are limited to 80 km/h on motorways, 70 km/h on roads outside build-up areas and 50 km/h in build-up areas, even though other speed limits may be indicated. Speeding occurs frequently, especially on motorways, though recent years dedicated effort by the Danish police on speeding, has made more people aware of speed limits. Trucks in Denmark generally do 90-ish km/h on motorways and trucks overtaking each other on long stretches of motorway (collegially known as elephant races) occurs frequently. Fines ranges between DKK 500 (€ 70) and 10,000 (€ 1,370) and driving ban in Denmark.

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When you drive a car in Denmark, it may be necessary to exchange your foreign driving licence for a Danish driving licence. As regards your car, foreign …

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Driver’s license: If you have a permanent home address in , and have a driver’s license issued in a country outside the European union, you will need to get it …

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Foreign-registered vehicles. The regulations regarding the use of a foreign-registered vehicle in Denmark are complex. The Danish Tax Authority (SKAT) is …

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The rules which apply to drivers moving to Denmark vary depending on whether their driving licence was issued in the EU/EEA, a non-EU/EEA or a Nordic …

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If you wish to obtain driver’s license in Denmark, start by looking for a driving school. There are plenty of them and some organize courses in English as well.

Removal

An international move between Spain and Australia may be stressful, this is why the Removal companies who will contact you are specialized in full door to door service between Spain and Denmark, including customs paper work.

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Denmark Guide: Professional removal companies, How to work with them: If you want to use a removal company.

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Moving to or from Denmark. Find international movers, or removal companies and get free moving quotes.

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Moving Denmark Belgium ? Recieve up to 6 quotes from Removal companies for your move to or from Denmark.

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Moving Denmark Spain ? Recieve up to 6 quotes from Removal companies for your move to or from Denmark.

Communications

Denmark’s national language is Danish, a member of the Germanic branch of the group of Indo-European languages, and within that family, part of the North Germanic, East Norse group. It is, in theory, very similar to Norwegian Bokmål and also to Swedish, and is to some extent intelligible to speakers of those languages, especially in written form. However its sound is more influenced by the guttural German language, rather than the lilting languages found to the north and understanding spoken Danish may be a trace more difficult to those who only speak Swedish or Norwegian. It is also more distantly related to Icelandic and Faroese, though spoken Danish is not mutually intelligible with these languages.

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Denmark Communications 2013, CIA World Factbook.

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Denmark communications – comprehensive information of communication facilities in Denmark, including Mobile telephone networks, internet facilities.

Leisure

Danish people enjoy a wide variety of sporting and leisure activities. Soccer is particularly popular in Denmark, along with cycling, swimming and a wide range of other sports.

Denmark has a particularly rich cultural heritage, in literature, theatre, music and the arts, and this is reflected in the many cultural centres, theatres, galleries and cinemas throughout the country. Denmark also has a booming national film industry. The Royal Danish Ballet, the Aarhus Symphony Orchestra and the opera houses in Copenhagen and Jutland are world-renowned.

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Find out about range of activities, sports and leisure pursuits on offer in Denmark…

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The selection of leisure activities in Denmark is rich. Denmark is the European country with most leisure activities per inhabitant. Many sports clubs make the …

studyindenmark.dk/study…in…/bachelor-of-leisure-management

The programme is a vocational, business administration programme that is geared towards the leisure and adventure industries. You will learn to plan and …

paguro.net

Credit card, debit card, duty free shopping, food shopping and how to shop. Paguro tells you all! For more detailed information please refer to the city documents.

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A wealth of possibilities. A lot of focus is given to leisure in Denmark, with the result that we have a rich cultural life and a wealth of leisure opportunities.

Miscellaneous

The Faroese language is not a minority language. The constitution of the autonomous Faroe Islands of 1948 gives Faroese the status of being the main language, while Danish was to be learned thoroughly and could also be used as an official language. Today Faroese is the only language of the islands, while Danish has the position of first foreign language.

Petur Petersen, Permanent Secretary at the Faroese Ministry of Education, tells the story of how the Faroese Islands with a population of about 46,000 people have managed to preserve and develop their language.

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The constitution of the autonomous Faroe Islands of 1948 gives Faroese the status of being the main language, while Danish was to be learned thoroughly and …

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Features Song Lyrics for Denmark’s Miscellaneous album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews.

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Denmark; / Course categories; / Miscellaneous. Search courses: Course categories: Miscellaneous, Middle School, High School, ECC, Elementary School …

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Denmark Miscellaneous News Topics; Specialized News Sections on Denmark Miscellaneous.

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Miscellaneous Post. There are some things I have been meaning to blog about. Here goes. 1. I love that there are swans here. I get to walk by …

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