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Tourism is booming in Denmark – yet Møns Klint has shrunk

TheCopenhagenPost
January 9th, 2024


Wet weather causes landslides on Møns Klint, but international tourists still flock to Denmark in record numbers. At Copenhagen Airport, expansion will see new refueling and charging facilities for bio and electric planes, and a mayor in Copenhagen is concerned about teenagers’ nicotine use.


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Heavy rainfall and bad weather has caused a major landslide at Møns Klint Photo: GeoCenter Møns Klint

Wet weather causes landslides on Møns Klint, but international tourists still flock to Denmark in record numbers. At Copenhagen Airport, expansion will see new refueling and charging facilities for bio and electric planes, and a mayor in Copenhagen is concerned about teenagers' nicotine use.

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