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11 Feb, 2016
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News

Denmark gets its first mosque for women

Denmark and Scandinavia’s first mosque exclusively for women has opened up in Copenhagen, according to Politiken newspaper. Imam Sherin Khankan,… read more



Copenhagen Airport makes bright start to 2016

Copenhagen Airport has made a strong start to the year thanks to a passenger increase of 13.4 percent in January… read more

More young Danes starting their own business

A growing number of young Danes prefer to start their own business over getting a traditional part-time job, reports DR.… read more





Quiet march with candles to mark anniversary of Copenhagen terrorist attacks

A quiet march with candles will mark the sad anniversary of the Copenhagen terrorist attacks that took place last year on… read more

Bus crashes into Cirkusbygningen in central Copenhagen

A bus has this afternoon crashed directly into Cirkusbygning  in central Copenhagen, a building located on Axeltorv opposite Palads cinema.… read more





Featured

Her art endured despite patriarchal prejudice and the Skagen scandal

Marie Martha Mathilde Triepcke wanted a life full of passion and art. She got it, but perhaps not quite as… read more



Events

Mid-February Performance: Modern Shakespeare hits the stage

Shakespeare Unplugged starts Feb 17, ends Mar 20, Mon-Fri at 20:00, Sat at 17:00; Krudttønden, Serrildslevvej 2, Cph Ø; 165kr,… read more

Mid-February music: Chilling out to the Frost Festival

Frost Festival Feb 5-26; various locations; frostfestival.dk Enjoy 22 days of chilling out at the annual Frost festival. As always,… read more





Mid-February Events: Keep on moving at the Bob Marley Birthday Celebration

Bob Marley Birthday Celebration Feb 12, 21:00; Loppen, Christiania; 180kr; loppen.dk There may be so much trouble in the world,… read more

Mid-February Kids: Don't panic, here's the circus!

Cirkus Panik Feb 13-21, 11:00 or 14:00; Skulhøj Allé 21, Vanløse; 70kr, billeto.dk What would a circus be without acrobats… read more