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21 Feb, 2018
3° Celsius

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Skeletons of first Copenhageners discovered under City Hall Square

Since December, a team of archaeologists from the Museum of Copenhagen have secretly been excavating 20 skeletons discovered under City… read more

Danish ministerial visit reinforces solidarity with Georgia and Ukraine

A new ‘good neighbour’ program has been launched by the foreign minister, Anders Samuelsen. On visits to Georgia and Ukraine… read more

Denmark ramps up capability to hunt for the likes of Red October

Three weeks ago, a majority in the Danish Parliament voted to beef up defence spending – the reason given being a… read more

Queen Margrethe and Royal Family bid farewell to Prince Henrik

Queen Margrethe and the Royal Family said their final goodbyes to Prince Henrik today in a private ceremony in Copenhagen.… read more

Measles on the rise again in Europe

When it comes to the recorded incidences of measles, data recently collected by the World Heath Organization (WHO) makes disturbing… read more


Kids not the only ones up to mischief at Fastelavn in years gone by

Terrible stories circulate around the traditions behind Fastelavn, the beginning of the carnival season. Some claim it began as a… read more


Performance Preview: This clone wars is truly thrilling

Not sure whether it was good timing on behalf of Hollywood, but did you know that the film Multiplicity and… read more

Performance Preview: A tale of sibling unravelling

Director Jeremy Thomas-Poulsen loves a curveball, and this time the audience can sit in the middle of the stage and… read more

Museums Corner: Winter time is family time

Despite the short days and dreary weather, winter is a perfect time to visit Denmark with children. Copenhagen’s attractions are… read more

Van Morrison and Kraftwerk coming to Denmark

Two icons of music are coming to Denmark this summer. Van the man The legendary Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison,… read more