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Six Things to Do in Nørrebro, Copenhagen – Scandinavian Travel Article

Six Things to Do in Nørrebro, Copenhagen Need to know what to do in Nørrebro, Copenhagen? This northern borough is full of places to eat, drink, shop, and explore. From wandering around Assistens Kirkegaard to enjoying some of the city’s coolest streets, there’s plenty to do. Nørrebro is a diverse neighborhood is that is always changing. Cross Dronning Louises Bro (Queen Louise’s Bridge) from central Copenhagen and explore this unique slice of the city. Where to eat in Nørrebro The…

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How to Travel Between Copenhagen, Denmark, and Stockholm, Sweden – Scandinavian Travel Article

How to Travel Between Copenhagen, Denmark, and Stockholm, Sweden If you need to travel between Copenhagen and Stockholm, the choice can seem overwhelming. We’ve gone through each of the options so you can find the route that’s right for you, whether you’re concerned about time, price, or catching the best vistas. Make getting between these capital cities as easy and worry-free as possible with this comprehensive breakdown of each travel method. Fastest travel between Copenhagen and Stockholm Fly between Copenhagen…

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BEST SCANDINAVIAN CRUISE – Passage For Two – Retirement Travel Article

BEST SCANDINAVIAN CRUISE – Passage For Two Best Scandinavian Cruise – Baltic Ocean With Viking blood in our veins we knew we needed to take the best Scandinavian Cruise to satisfy our adventurous spirit. Planning a year-long round-the-world Adventure of a Lifetime journey had to include visiting Scandinavia and the Viking Homelands. The Baltic Ocean is bordered by Denmark, Sweden and Finland on the North and Germany on the South. Of special interest is Saint Petersburg Russia on the East.…

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Off the Beaten Path in Denmark: History and Nature in the Ertholmene Archipelago – Scandinavian Travel Article

Off the Beaten Path in Denmark: History and Nature in the Ertholmene Archipelago Far out in the Baltic, 171 kilometers (106 miles) from Copenhagen, lies the Ertholmene Archipelago, Denmark’s most remote islands. More commonly called Christiansø, after the largest island, the archipelago has been administered by the Danish Ministry of Defense since 1684, when King Christian V had a naval fortress built here during a period of conflict between Denmark and Sweden. The original fortress consisted of the two towers and…

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2018 Travel Year – Bilivoka – Norway Travel Article

2018 Travel Year – Bilivoka 2018 has almost come to an end and we look back on what we have done this year.  Our very first (mini) trip started in early January. That is when we travelled to Oslo in Norway to find a hidden airplane wreck. And surely we found it! Excavating the wreck from the snow was so exciting that we actually had to come back in the summer to see what it all looked like when the…

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The Danish Takeaway Kitchen – Discover Scandinavia – Scandinavian Travel Article

The Danish Takeaway Kitchen – Discover Scandinavia “When you move from home to home, the most important furniture to bring along is the kitchen” is an Italian saying. The philosophy of Frama Studio in Copenhagen is that a kitchen should look like any other living space, outfitted with freestanding pieces that can work in any setting. Read more about the Danish takeaway kitchen. Niels Strøyer Christophersen established Frama Studio in 2008. It operates in various creative fields and directions from furniture, lighting, apothecary,…

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