Denmark

Overturned truck

In the town of Århus, Denmark, an articulated lorry seems to have taken the crossroads a little too fast, and has ended up on its side. The lane positioning suggests that it has just taken a left turn. Thankfully, the…

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Friday, 11th January 2008

Tonight’s Dinner

For tonight’s dinner we’re following what might well be the world’s largest recipe – as it’s written in large type all over the surface of Google Earth. To start with, on the coast of Nova Scotia a vineyard uses the…

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Thursday, 6th September 2007

Planes in Formation?

Initially we thought this was possibly the coolest find ever, but sadly this is not 9 small planes flying in formation over Denmark. No, even better than that, when you look closer it becomes obvious that someone has taken a…

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Tuesday, 13th March 2007

Kastellet, Copenhagen

This is the 341-year-old Kastellet in Copenhagen, Denmark – one of the best preserved fortifications in Northern Europe. King Christian IV originally had the star-shaped island built to house a castle for him to hide in (should the need arise),…

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Thursday, 12th January 2006

Changing of the Guard, Copenhagen

Here in Copenhagen, Denmark you can see loads of tourists hanging around in the middle of Amalienborg Palace, the winter home of the Danish royal family. Notice how they’ve formed a straight line on the south side? That’s because this…

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Wednesday, 7th December 2005

Oresund Bridge

Linking the countries of Sweden and Denmark is the Oresund Bridge which actually comprises a cable-stayed bridge, an artificial island (Peberholm) and a tunnel. The total length is 16km and is split over two levels (a railway is below the…

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Tuesday, 12th July 2005
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