Nations converge at NGGID for another memorable International Day


The NGGID International Day was bigger than ever this year as hundreds descended on the school’s big hall on Christianshusvej in Hørsholm to celebrate in style. Proceedings included a flag parade (left), Bollywood, flamenco and belly dancing (second left) and a fantastic spread of food (second right and right) inspired by the imaginative portraits of Italian Renaissance painter Guiseppe Arcimboldo
 


Among the many countries represented were (left-right) Kenya, Iraq, the Netherlands…


Thailand, Zimbabwe, Mexico, Scotland…


Australia, South Africa, Denmark, Morocco…


Poland and France





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