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Thousands celebrate homecoming of denmark’s

Tour De France winner

Jonas Vingegaard returned home to Denmark escorted by two F16 jets to be celebrated by the cycle nation Denmark.

The 109th edition of the Tour de France has to a large extent been an incredible experience for Denmark, becoming a world leading cycle nation.

Roskilde Festival is more than a music festival

Roskilde Festival is one of Europe’s largest music Festival with 100.000 participants.

 

It starts as the workers and students get vacation in Denmark.
However after 50 years it is more than music now.

 

Ecological projects and support to young people, and good business ideas are part of the festival.

Fields Shooting – Interview outside court

After the tragic event of the shooting at the shopping mall Fields, the court decision has been made.

Fields shooting

After the tragic event of the shooting at the shopping mall Fields, a ceremony was held. 

Tour De France 2022 – Best fun tour-installations

The Danes are excited to host the Tour de France Grand Départ and the country is getting festive in yellow. 

 

Fun and charming tour-installations have been installed all over Denmark, along the 3 stages of Grand Depart of Tour de France in Denmark.

BEST OF YELLOW INSTALLATIONS

MADE IN DENMARK

Tour de France is getting ready to Grand Depart in Denmark, and Denmark is getting ready to depart Tour de France in a grand way.

Denmark goes festive in yellow III

Denmark is all in hosting Grand Depart of

Tour de France and today is the first day of the celebrations before le Grand Depart of Tour de France on Friday in Copenhagen.

Denmark goes festive in yellow II

The excitement was clear in Tivoli a few days before the Tour de France starts le
Grand Depart in Copenhagen, Denmark.


Tivoli have all night set up a salute to Paris by rebuilding a copy of the Eiffel Tower in
yellow.

Denmark goes festive in yellow I

Denmark is going all crazy in yellow before hosting Tour de France Grand Départ, 1-3 July, probably the world’s greatest cycling race.

 

Europe’s longest bridge The Great Belt Bridge can now be seen in yellow and the city Aabenra hosting the last of the 3. stages in Le Grand Depart has painted there bridge yellow.

Flugt – Refugee museum with the Queen opening

Brand new museum building connecting the old refuge buildings into one museum called FLUGT, about becoming a refugee.

 

The background for FLUGT is the 250.000 German refugees that lived in the houses in Oksbøl refugee camp after the 2nd world war. However another story is about refugees, through the last hundred years coming to Denmark.
Cases making the visit historic, political, personal and humanitarian.

World’s toughest mountain bike race

The Dolomite part of the Alps in North Italy’ are hosting the documented toughest mountain bike race in the world, due to the length of the race and the altitudes in the mountains. This year the high temperatures challenged the bikers from 41 countries even more.

Croatian National Team before Denmark match

Training footage and press-meeting

Denmark National Team before Croatia match

Training footage and press-meeting

Tourism need workers

After covid and the boom of tourism starting again has a new problem occurred.

During covid did the hotels nearly did not have any costumers and now they need staff.

 

In Denmark do the unions want to keep a high guarantee amount, higher than the salary.

International Museum Day
The Workers’ museum in Denmark

In Europe did working people go through the same development in 1920-1940 as in China in app. 1990 until today. More people moved to the bigger cities and more people earned more money.

 

The working museum in Denmark shows how people did the same in that period.

Amazing lights on UNESCO
International Day of Light aims for peace

On Monday May 16 and until Tuesday morning (cet)
it is UNESCO’s official international Day of Light.
The aim is to celebrate science, art, nature and “Build peace in the minds of men and women”.

Around the world the lights are being celebrated and in the Alps there is for the next week astonishing light works set up in North Italy as a part of Brixen Water Light Festival in South Tyrol, also known as the Dolomites.

Danes live in nature as vikings for 6 months

In the largest Viking Village in Denmark thousands of vikings are gathering now – again.

Vikings traveled around in the world from 700 to 1050 – and now they meet again in the Viking Village in Denmark eating, making cloth and enjoying life in nature as a Viking for up to 6 months over the summer.

Amazing Water Light Festival in the Alps

An amazing water light festival with 29 big light installations about water is taking place in the mountain city Brixen/Bressanone in Northern Italy in the Alps.

“Water is life – light is art” is it called.

Organic Day

‘Organic Day’ is celebrated today. It is the biggest national organic event, currently attracting close to 250,000 Danes according to the organizers. On this day, organic cows across the country will be let out into the open fields after a w​​i​​nter spent in the cowshed.

ERIKSEN COME-BACK

Parken Stadion in Copenhagen, Denmark was the stadium Christian Eriksen stepped in and got a heart attack, or cardial during  EURO last June 2021.

It happened in front of the world’s football fans.

Christian Eriksen now stepped back to play again in Parken on the same field for the first time.

100 DAYS TO TOUR DE FRANCE STARTS IN DENMARK

The Tour de France cycling race will start in 100 days in Copenhagen, and 2 other stages across Denmark.

A clock on Copenhagen City Square started counting down the last 100 days before the Tour de France starts with a  ITT in Copenhagen.
200 yellow bikers cheered and biked with the head of the world’s biggest cycle race Christian Pruhdomme, Director A.O.C.

NASA’s FIRST PHOTOS OF EARTH FROM THE MOON SOLD ON AUCTION

Inside auction house in Copenhagen, Denmark did actioner Kasper Nielsen from Bruun Rasmussen set original famous NASA photographs from space on auction. The pictures were taken on the Apollo 8-17 missions. All originals.

Among the photos were the first picture ever taken of the earth seen from Apollo 8. The foot on the moon from Apollo 11 and 74 more.

LIGHT FESTIVAL CHANGE ART TO ANTI-WAR COLORS AND STATEMENTS

Light-arts on the Copenhagen Light Festival were changed into Ukrainian colors or war symbols lasting a few extra days.

The Tivoli Garden facade, that never states politics, changed to blue and yellow. The most biked water-bridge in the world, Knippelsbro, changed to blue and yellow. The bird “Phenix”, that originally profiled the threats against nature, were seen in blue and yellow colors and many more.

1500 LIGHT RUNNERS GATHER DESPITE WIND
AT COPENHAGEN LIGHT FESTIVAL

In spite of rain and heavy wind, 1500 light runners, who had prepaid, insisted on running the big light-run during the Copenhagen Light Festival.

The idea of bringing light into the dark seems to create a positive spirit.

This year’s light run was minutes from being canceled, but once all got started a unique spirit of fun and happiness dominated the chain of light runners. 

COPENHAGEN LIGHT FESTIVAL OPENS
WITHOUT CORONA RESTRICTIONS
– BIGGER THAN EVER

Copenhagen Light Festival increases the number of works from 36 to 50 and becomes the light festival with the most light installations in Europe. 

The quiet and cold winter darkness in the Nordic countries being broken by oases of light art and illumination in the center of Copenhagen. 

ICE-SKATING HISTORY

​​Speed-skating is actually one of the oldest sports in the world.

Spe​​ed-skating was among the first 9 sports at the first winter olympics in 1924 in Chamonix, France.

Huge crowds often gathered one central lakes in Copenhagen.
Speed-skating is the oldest sport union in Denmark from 1869.

MASSIVE NEW YEARS EVE FIREWORKS

Tivoli, that is the second oldest amusement park in the world, closed last week due to the new spread of Omicron. 

Instead Tivoli created a massive firework to say thank you for visits in 2021 and more importantly to spread hope for more amusement in 2022.

KAYAKS IN LIGHT FOR SANTA LUCIA

A new tradition takes place around the darkest day of the year in Denmark. Thousands of canoes, kayaks and standup paddlers meet to light up, sing and celebrate the tradition call Santa Lucia.
Santa Lucia sings about light, hope and joy on some of most dark days of the year.
For the last month has the sun only shined 6 days in Denmark.

MEN IN BLACK

Men in Black is the name of a group of people, that demonstrates against the restrictions introduced to combat the coronavirus in Denmark.

We follow the demonstrations for an international news agency (confidential).

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GREENLANDIC CHRISTMAS MARKET

In The Greenland House in Copenhagen, Denmark can you now find the biggest Christmas market for art-products made from bear teeth, bear bones, mox-wool, sealskin fur and other unique raw materials from the biggest island in the world.

1 MILLION CHRISTMAS LIGHTS IN TIVOLI

Santa Claus and Pjerrot welcomed to Tivoli 82,700+ square in the center of Copenhagen and one of the world’s oldest and most romantic amusement parks.

More than 1 million lights have been lit up. 1000 Christmas trees have been decorated with lights from top to toe and 70.000 baubles. 

The biggest Christmas tree from the forest was traditionally lightened up by Santa Claus’s friends.

DENMARK’S MINISTER AND 3 MAJOR DANISH CEO
ABOUT CIIE

Denmark’s Minister for Food, Agriculture and Fisheries Rasmus Prehn opened a 500 sqm pavilion ever in China at CIIE – 4th China International Import Expo.

“For many years, we have experienced a great match between the Chinese customer demands and the Danish high quality food products”, said the Danish Minister as part of the “LIVE” participation at the pavilion from DI Danish Industries headquarter in Copenhagen, Denmark.

FJORD OSLO LIGHT FESTIVAL
REFLECTS ON COP26, NATURE AND HUMAN

Norway ‘s capital is lit up by the Fjord Oslo Light Festival these days.

Fjord Oslo Light Festival reflect’s international artists works of art which aim to bring light and focus to some of the issues facing the world at the moment:
Nature, human mind and COP26.

BATTLE IN THE DESERT BETWEEN ANDREAS SEEWALD AND THE WORLD’S BEST MTB BIKERS

Hatta desert offers all a mountain biker love: Dry sand, high mountains, difficult tracks, rough surface with sharp stones to avoid, rising temperatures during the 2 hour race and a good pay-check.

All this attracted the world’s best MTB bikers for first men and after for woman to a true battle in the mountains of Hatta, 1.30 hours into the desert from Dubai city by the ocean.

It is the only UCI event in the Arab Peninsula.

DENMARK AMONG LARGEST STANDS AT CIIE

Biggest Danish participation ever
Denmark is planning on staying and growing together with CIIE.

Denmark’s participation is larger than ever before and also among the largest at CIIE 2021.

Since CIIE started has the Danish Pavilion at CIIE seen an large increase in the number of Danish exhibitors, even with the pandemic’s travel restrictions to enter China.

DANISH FOOD SAFETY AND SUSTAINABILITY
ON DEMAND IN CHINA

A huge opportunity for Danish companies exists to provide the Chinese market with safe and high quality food, which will “help spur the acceleration of the green transition” with Danish sustainable solutions, according to Martin Kristian Brauer, Chief Economist and Area Director at Danish Agriculture and Food Council during a press conference in Copenhagen on Monday

LENNON TAPE SOLD FOR €50.000

A unique auction took place in Bruun Rasmussen’s fine auction house in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Photos of John Lennon and Yoko One visiting Skyum Bjerge close to the Thy camp in North Jutland in 1979.
A unique cassette tape with a 33-minute audio recording of the chat, which includes his speak about how everybody can contribute to world peace. 

DENMARK – MICHELIN AWARDED

The Michelin stars have again been given recommendations and Denmark’s NOMA was again in the very top with 3 stars. NOMA was 4 times awarded as the worlds best restaurant between 2011 and 2019.

LENNON TAPE ON AUCTION

Half a century ago, four Danish teenagers interviewed John Lennon for their school paper.

A cassette tape with a 33-minute audio recording of the chat, which also includes an apparently unpublished song by the late Beatle, will be auctioned in Denmark later this month

TIVOLI CELEBRATES COVID IS OVER
WITH FLOWER FESTIVAL

Covid made Tivoli start the first official Garden & Flower Festival in Tivoli’s 178 history. 

H.C.ANDERSENS MUSEUM

Covid made Tivoli start the first official Garden & Flower Festival in Tivoli’s 178 history. 

WORLD’S TALLEST SANDCASTLE

The world’s highest sand castle was built in Blokhus.

LEGO MOVIES AS NEW 5D FLYING THEATRE – BIGGEST EVER

Denmark’s amusement parks can finally re-open in full after corona.

WORLD’S BIGGEST LEGO FOOTBALL

The world’s largest ever football made of LEGO® bricks has been built by the staff at LEGO® House during the COVID-19 pandemic to celebrate the upcoming 2021 football event.

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF LIGHTS

​​Due to Corona, the annual light festival in Brixen had to come up with an alternative. We helped to create awareness of the event.

Copenhagen Light Festival 2021

– Denmark’s most visited

Copenhagen Light Festival 2021 was very different from previous years due to Corona.
It was also one of the only festivals possible​​.

CIIE

The China International Import Expo is a big succes for Denmark.
CIIE has been supported bigger than ever before by Danish government and leading food producers.

TIVOLI REOPENS WITH NEW APP

To keep distance, Tivoli in Copenhagen have placed teddy bears in rollercoasters and in 3 days created the words first corona-app to avoid queues in front of the 32 rides.

HERO DUBAI MARATHON XC IN HATTA-DUBAI

The world’s toughest mountain bike marathon race just took place in the mountains in the italian Dolomites in the Alps.
No other race in the world is 86 km long, and the riders bike up 4500 mh, meaning they bike 4.500 meter up the hill during the race. Some places the track increases 25% upwards.

69% of the biking was off road.
They also bike in altitudes between 1500 and 2500  meter.

Al this makes it the toughest race in the world.

As a special surprise the Hero organisation presented a man flying in a James Bond looking Jet-wing machine.

The dary stunt was done by French Vince Reffet

COPENHAGEN LIGHT FESTIVAL 2020

Copenhagen Light Festival has been hold in the cold, dark and sometimes wet February in Copenhagen, Denmark.

The festival has presented 35 unique works of art and 40 pop-up events.

FOREST TOWER

The Forest Tower is placed in the middle of an old viking forest, with more that 2000 findings from the viking age

It takes 15 minutes to walk up the 650 meter (2.130 feet) path from the forest ground to the top of the tower.​

Visitors from 74 countries have already experienced the tower, which is unique for a forest.

LEGO BUGATTI

After many years of waiting and 13,438 hours of construction, the world’s first all in LEGO car arrived at home LEGO, LEGO® House in Billund, 3 hours from Denmark’s capital Copenhagen.

The 1.5 ton LEGO BUGATTI CHIRON car was moved from the truck into the LEGO® House, where it was designed, LEGO was founded, exhibits works and exhibits the most unique LEGO.

COPENHAGEN LIGHT FESTIVAL 2020

The first year of Copenhagen Light Festival

LEGO HOUSE INVTES FANS

LEGO House invited 15 AFOL’s Adults Fans Of LEGO to LEGOHouse, which had done something exceptional, over the past year.

HERO DOLOMITES MARATHON & JETMAN

The world’s toughest mountain bike marathon race just took place in the mountains in the italian Dolomites in the Alps.
No other race in the world is 86 km long, and the riders bike up 4500 mh, meaning they bike 4.500 meter up the hill during the race. Some places the track increases 25% upwards.

69% of the biking was off road.
They also bike in altitudes between 1500 and 2500  meter.

Al this makes it the toughest race in the world.

As a special surprise the Hero organisation presented a man flying in a James Bond looking Jet-wing machine.

The dary stunt was done by French Vince Reffet

VIKING BRIDGE

The world’s longest viking bridge is finally finished. It took 3 years of construction by more than 1000 people.

It is just opening now in a rare archaeological viking valley at Albertslund, 15 minutes from the Danish capital, Copenhagen.

The bridge in more than 700 meter long crossing a valley with viking cemeteries, protected species of birds, reptiles, bats, amphibians and plants including orchids.

SWAROVSKI CRYSTALS IN TIVOLI

Tivoli’s Christmas market This year Christmas Market in Copenhagen, Denmark was opened by the sparkling crystal Swarovski Christmas tree.

The one-in-the world Swarovski Christma tree carries more than 3.000 Swarovski super sparkling crystals, socalled Clear Krystal, that according to Swarovski gives “an exclusive nordic look”.
The cost for the tree, is 1 mio. Danish crones or €135.000 or $150.000

SKIING ON WASTE PLANT

Ski resort build on top of waste plant.
The goal of the waste plant is to re-use all waste.
A ski resort, including the world’s highest climb-wall, tested the ski slope for two days, before actually opening later this year.
People from Copenhagen was invited to try most of the track.
The surface is a special all year material, that feels very slippery, and as snow.

MOST CYCLES IN THE WORLD

HARBOUR CIRCLE OPENS

Copenhagen is now home to the bridge and street trafficked by most bicycle-riders every day compared to other cities in the world. And every day the bicycle riders of Copenhagen together bike an accumulated 1,34 mio. km.!

The newest addition to the city’s bike paths – a 13 km long unbroken cycle path around the city’s inner harbor, the Harbour Circle – has now been inaugurated.

Lady runs marathon number 366 in 365 days – world record

A Danish lady Annette Fredskov from the old royal city of Næstved broke a world record running 366 marathons in 365 days – in her fight against sclerosis. It is the first time in the world a person has run a marathon each day a year in a row.

 

She has run 15,443 km or the equivalent to twice the entire Danish coastline. She has worn out 20 pairs of shoes in a total time corresponding to 76 days.