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16 Jun, 2017
19° Celsius

The Post |


Copenhagen still the best bicycle city in the world

Two years after snatching the world’s most bicycle-friendly city title from Amsterdam, Copenhagen has managed to maintain its iron grip… read more

More gay Danes getting married in churches

Five years after the gay community in Denmark were granted the right to get married in a church, figures from… read more

New information centre for cruise passengers in Copenhagen

This summer, 129 cruise ships will dock at Copenhagen’s Oceankaj as well as another 162 at Langelinie. To assist these… read more

UNESCO designates Møn as Denmark first biosphere reserve

The UN organisation UNESCO has unveiled the chalk-white cliffs of Møn and its surrounding islands and waters as Denmark’s first… read more

Bringing ministers, musicians and mayors together at Folkemødet, the Roskilde of politics

Are the corridors of power a little quieter than normal today? Move over, Roskilde, there’s a new festival in town. Pre-emptively… read more


Proud century for Lise Nørgaard, the creator of 'Matador'

There are some things in life that Danes can never get enough of. But as much as they love alcohol and… read more


The cosmic food and music festival heading your way

Kris Kristoffersen meets kalvesteg, Passenger picks up some pariserbøf and Flogging Molly takes on flæskesteg. Confused? Welcome to the inaugural… read more

Late-June Art: Her body is her canvas

Performance artist Marina Abramović has used her body as a form of expression to emit energy and a powerful artistic… read more

The boy wonder, the club stirrer and the troop rouser – all destined for Copenhagen

Big name artists are descending upon Denmark like a swarm of locusts – at this year’s Roskilde Festival and beyond.… read more

Late-June Music: A spoonful of hot thoughts

Spoon June 24, 21:00; Amager Bio; 220kr Founded in 1993 in Austin, this indie rock band will perform hits from… read more