It is a country of pastel coloured waters, surrounded by the sea which often makes its way through the land, mixing its blue waters with the jade green landscapes. A source of inspiration for artists, the serene landscapes of this Nordic land all blend together in harmony.
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Descendants of the Vikings who once ravaged entire countries, they have today settled in tolerance and conviviality. Sitting down with them, on a summer evening, drinking a local beer whilst watching the night trying to chase the day away will be one of your fondest holiday memories. Add to this, pictures taken during the biggest rock festival in Europe, Roskilde, as well as the Copenhagen Carnival or the Aarhus Jazz Festival and your souvenir album will be complete.
The happiest nation in the world lives here. In all the opinion polls, it is the Danish people who win the top spot of being perfectly happy to live in their country. Kierkegaard’s existentialism appears in everyday life and transforms this 19th century Danish thinker’s teachings into a way of life: the reality of concrete existence with its surprises, doubts and torments, is faced with calm and determination. Good times are enjoyed and that’s how happiness is built. Speaking of building: create your own kingdom in Legoland and you’ll understand why these multicoloured plastic blocks have made it through all the toy industry’s existential crises!
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