Be a Prisoner in Denmark

Be a Prisoner in Denmark

In the city of Horsens, Denmark, you find the Largest Prison Museum in the World. Since 2006 when the last inmate left the former...
Reclaiming China in Denmark

Reclaiming China in Denmark

Chinese architect Wang Shu was awarded the most distinguished architectural honor, the Pritzker Prize, in 2012 for his ability to create architecture. “The Architect’s Studio” at...
designed by Danish firm CEBRA Architecture

Experimentarium City in Copenhagen Re-opened

Three years of renovation, after a fire in April 2015, Denmark’s world class science center reopens better than ever. Copenhagen’s child-friendly science and tech hot spot...
Cool Scandinavian Looks

Cool Scandinavian Looks

Scandinavian design is elegant, light, sparse, shows respect for natural materials, and is made with superb craftsmanship. Say “Scandinavian design” and most people visualize furniture,...
Hot Spots in Copenhagen

Hot Spots in Copenhagen

The Daily Scandinavian Team has explored hot spots in Copenhagen together with local friends to find out where to stay, where to eat and...

Aarhus – European Capital of Culture 2017

Hip bars, plenty of hygge and daring design, Aarhus - European Capital of Culture 2017, Denmark’s second largest city, invites visitors to be happy...
The Twin Towers in Roskilde, Denmark

The Twin Towers in Roskilde, Denmark

The city of Roskilde in Denmark has constructed a second towering landmark, beside the UNESCO world heritage Cathedral, the Energy Tower, designed by the...

Christmas in Denmark’s City of Smiles

Aarhus is a fine alternative to a Copenhagen weekend. The city has also been appointed European Capital of Culture 2017, but has so far...
New Hans Christian Andersen Museum

New Hans Christian Andersen Museum

A new attraction in Odense, Denmark, will do justice to the Danish fairytale author’s “great fame and completely unique fairytale universe”. Japanese architect Kengo Kuma...
The first dementia village in Denmark

Dementia Village in Denmark

A new village for dementia residents opened its doors in Denmark last month. The town will have 125 homes, and residents will have at their...

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