It's not a fairy-tale - the happiest people in Europe are living
in Denmark according to a Forbes survey! Situated on a large
peninsula in Northern Europe, the Kingdom of Denmark borders
Germany and the Baltic Sea.
The strong social system, the simple and a joyful life makes
Denmark, the smaller of the four Scandinavian countries one of the
best places on earth to live.
Copenhagen, the Danish capital, is situated on Zealand, the
largest island of the kingdom of Denmark. It is connected to Malmö
in Sweden via the Öresund Bridge.
The city's landmark sits on a stone in the harbour: the
inconspicuous statue of the Little Mermaid from Hans Christian
Andersen's fairytale with the same name. The castle Christiansborg
serves as the house of parliament, while the Danish queen resides
in the castle Amalienborg.
The famous Tivoli opposite the central station is one of the
oldest amusement parks in the world. Both shopping streets
together, Stroget and Straedet, are one of the longest pedestrian
streets in Europe.
And remember the Copenhageners love their bikes and using them
for any occasion like going to work, party or shopping. Copenhagen
has more bikes than inhabitants, so it proudly carries its title,
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