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Danish Class in Dyrehaven

As a field study for my Intermediate Danish class this past Wednesday, I journeyed to Klampenborg, north of Copenhagen, to see Dyrehaven. Meaning “the deer park” in Danish, Dyrehaven is a forested area of more than 10 square kilometers filled with a huge population of deer. 470 more words

Study Abroad

Gobble Gobble

Thanksgiving came a week early in Denmark! Since I would not be home for Thanksgiving this year, my wonderful host family said we could spend the day celebrating this American holiday with all the fixings and trimmings, and new family members. 715 more words


So just up from where I used to live was this massive church.

It is Grundtvigs Kirke. Built in memory of the famous Dane Grundtvig (he wrote hymns, and advocated education, amongst other things), the foundation stone was laid on Grundtvig’s birthday on September 8, 1921. 70 more words


pleasant shade of grey

They told us on the weather channel the other day that Sweden had their darkest November ever – at least what they have on record. Landskrona had 7,2 hours of sun during the whole month. 747 more words

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Summer Exchange Program in Copenhagen

I’m sorry for the extremely delayed post, as I became quite busy.

Last July, I went to Copenhagen, Denmark for a summer program that was nearly a month long at the University of Copenhagen. 2,053 more words