Geography Now! Denmark

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When in doubt give up halfway and you’ll be speaking in no time!

Go ahead, try and pronounce “rød grød med fløde”

and that sandwich was worth every cent.


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30 thoughts on “Geography Now! Denmark

  1. If you want to understand the word "hygge", Imagine yourself in a cozy log cabin in the middle of a blizzard, where all you're hearing is the roaring wind outside and the snaps and crackles of a fireplace. Now if you're stuck there with a couple of your best buddies with some beer and card games, that's the very definition of "hygge"

  2. Ahhh so short i would to know more about Denmark since like what do Danish people know about Finland more than vodka,Sauna, mariemekko,riisipirkka. (Rispirog)! 😛😛

  3. I've lived in Denmark for 4 years in Lyngby. Such a peaceful and beautiful country… loved it to bits living there. As a student, making friends there is easy, but not so much for my father's friend because he said it is hard making new friends there 😅 . Anyways, I would definitely love to go back one day 🙂

  4. I was going to make a funny comment about how hard it is to pronounce Rødgrød med Fløde, but you already did it for me in like the first minute of the video. Oh well

  5. I've been in Denmark like 50 times, such a fun country. People are polite but not in a fake way like in many tourist focused destinations. I feel like Denmark is all about the sea, many people have those small boats 🙂 And there is a perfect balance between modern and traditional infrastructure. Even in some newest houses you can often see some old-school / traditional details or fancy desigh things. Greetings from Poland !

  6. 6:20 To anyone who think that's Soren Kierkegaard in the photo, it's not! The guy in the photo is actually August Strindberg, a Swedish author, playwright, poet, etc.

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