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There are definitely some of the weird and wonderful things to do in Denmark and see Scandinavia's smallest empire from the whole new perspective! In Denmark, have the pleasure of diving with sharks, get lost in Santa Claus's crowd and can increase one of Europe's largest sand dunes. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Peek into 21 Unique Things to Do in Denmark


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Peek into 21 Unique Things to Do in Denmark
There are definitely some of the weird and
wonderful things to do in Denmark and see
Scandinavia's smallest empire from the whole new
perspective! In Denmark, have the pleasure of
diving with sharks, get lost in Santa Claus's
crowd and can increase one of Europe's largest
sand dunes.
Plan a unique holiday in Denmark to do unusual
things.
1. Look Out from Inside a Rainbow
Via wordpress.com Have a glimpse of endless
360-degree views of Aarhus from the easily
significant rainbow rooftop at ARoS Art Museum.
The credit of creation goes to the
Danish/Icelandic artist, Olafur Eliasson, whose
Rainbow Panorama has become one of Aarhus' top
attractions.h3gt
2. Explore a Huge Building Made of LEGO Bricks
Via iltermanagement.com
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This Huge building is actually not made of LEGO
bricks, but it surely looks like it and is a
place for the family to keep you entertained. In
recent times, LEGO House offers red, blue, and
green-themed zones, nine play terraces, three
restaurants, a Masterpiece Gallery, LEGO history
and much more.
3. Climb Above the Treetops at Camp Adventure
Via jyllands-posten.dk xSouthern Zealand will
soon be the roof to an exciting new outdoor
attraction Camp Adventure The new park will
have high pedestrian paths through the forest
which will end in the breathtaking circular
viewing platform. Just wait for the summers here!
4. Ski in Downtown Copenhagen
Via progrss.com To realize this simple new
secondary use for waste plants from the
waste-to-energy-plant A ski slope, rely on
Danish architect Bjarke Ingels. Locally known as
Copenhill, this new man-made slope will not only
allow local
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people and visitors to enjoy skiing without
leaving Copenhagen, this will help in continuous
feasibility and green initiatives of the country.
5. Hike to a Buried Lighthouse
Via amazonaws.com The Rubjerg Knude Lighthouse
is a very famous and popular landmark in Denmark,
where thousands of people visit it every year.
It remained in operation until 1968, but now is
isolated and waiting to overcome by the sand.
Climb the exciting and dramatic dunes to see it
before its buried completely!
6. Go Bridge walking
Via my squad.dk Denmark is the one and only
existing place outside of Sydney where you can
try bridging or bridge-walking! Have astonishing
and magnificent views on top of the old Little
Belt Bridge!
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7. Climb a Mountain of Sand
Via guidedanmark.org Also Read 21 Top Places
To Watch The Most Beautiful Sunset In The
World You'll find the largest migrating dune in
Northern Europe near Skagen in North Jutland. For
the past 300 years, Råbjerg Mile has been
shifting to the North East with up to 18 meters a
year. You can see the traces that are left
behind in the countryside. Every year more than
250,000 people go to Råbjerg Mile.
8. See an Underwater Bridge
Via ytimg.com Also Read Stun Yourself Seeing
These 21 Most Dangerous Islands! You may have an
idea of this dramatic bridge from the hit TV
series, The Bridge (Broen). But did you know
that half of it disappears underwater, to allow
ships to go into the Baltic Sea? Before landing
on the Copenhagen Airport, you can often see the
brilliant view of the bridge, but you can also
see it disappearing under the sea from the
beaches of Copenhagen.
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9. Meet Hundreds of Real Santa Clauses
Via cdni0.trtworld.com Santa Clauses acclaims
to be one of the worlds biggest gatherings that
takes place at Bakken which happens every July.
Its the world's oldest amusement park, just a
short drive north of Copenhagen. Since 1957, it
has been an important occasion for the meeting
of the Santas and for an excellent performance
for young and old people!
10. Run the Happiest 5km of Your Life
Via thecolorrun.co.uk This Color Run is a huge
event that came to Denmark for the first time in
2014! Run 5km with thousands of other happy
folks whilst being pelted (running very quickly)
with all the colors of the rainbow. Go to the
Color Run website through links to find dates in
Denmark for 2016.
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11. Hear Singing Trees in Aalborg
Via guidedanmark.org In 1987, Cliff Richard
planted a tree at Kildeparken in Aalborg after a
concert. Since then, more than 70 artists have
planted their own trees. Now many of these trees
play songs by the artist, who put them or planted
them, including Sting, Stevie Wonder, Take That,
Rod Stewart and Elton John. See here to hear
Aalborg's singing trees!
12. Sail a Viking Long Boat
Via visitdenmark.co.uk Set off sail for a day
on a Viking ship! The Maritime Research Centre
(Maritime Forsøgscenter) provides the adventure
on the high seas for everyone, including visitors
without a sailing experience. You will play an
active part of the crew and enjoy swimming in
Denmarks fjords and stories from the board areas.
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13. Stand Beside Giants
Via guidedanmark.org The huge monumental
sculpture of Svend Wiig Hansen, Man meets the
ocean, guards the west coast of Denmark near
Esbjerg. These indispensable giants were created
in 1995 have been attracting visitors. See them
on a trip to Denmark's dynamic West Coast.
14. Find a Buried Church
Via routesandtrips.com Also Read 10 Most
Beautiful Churches In Australia You Must
Visit In Denmarks north lies the St. Lawrence
Church of the 18th century. The church people had
to dig through the door to get to Sunday
service! The church, which was named after the
patron saint of seafarers, was finally given to
the sands in 1795 and today, only the tower is
visible.
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15. Head Underground at the Maritime Museum
Via adsttc.com The Helsingors (Elsinore) newly
opened Maritime Museum of Denmark has a view to
just glance. Designed by the famous Danish
architect, the Bjarke Ingels, Denmarks Museum's
latest museum takes you deep underground in the
sight of Hamlet's palace, Kronborg. Dig into the
fascinating Marine History of Denmark and visit
the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Kronborg in a
one-day trip from Copenhagen.
16. Watching the Championships for Opening
Champagne with a Special Weapon
Via mumm.com Every year in Denmark there is a
competition to see who is best to open a bottle
of champagne with a sword. This tradition meets
with an annual Oyster opening championship, so if
you are a fan of unusual places and tastes, head
here to witness one of the unique things to do in
Denmark.
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17. See Ancient Viking Sagas
Via imgix.net xEvery summer, until 1952, Danes
has demonstrated the ancient Viking sagas of
their ancestors in the open-air theater in
Frederikssund. Just make your way here to hear
the history come alive.
18. Play with the World's First Interactive Cinema
Via visitcopenhagen.com Have you ever wanted to
be in your own movie? It is Experimentarium! Just
jump, run to the place, talk, interact - this is
a virtual reality for the whole family.
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19. Look Fossils at Møns Klint
Via visitdenmark.com Mons Klint is one of the
sights in Denmark which is a treat to watch out
for! In addition to the dramatic scenes and
lovely walks atop the cliffs and the beach, you
can also collect pieces of prehistoric times on
fossil hunts in association with Geocenter Mons
Klint.
20. Walk with Wild Horses on Langeland
Via angelreisen.de Yes, there are still wild
horses in Denmark! You will witness a large herd
of wild horses on the popular holiday island of
Langeland, South of Funen (Fyn). You can stroll
to the open countryside and have a glimpse of the
horses in their natural greatness from a
hat-shaped hill called 'Ornehoj'.
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21. Swim with Sharks
Via guidedanmark.org Diving with tropical
sharks at Denmark's Shark Center, Kayaking from
the North Pole to the South Pole near Aarhus.
The center is one of the only aquariums in Europe
to train large sharks and you can see the
trainers in action for the whole year. It's one
of the unique things to do in Denmark!
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