- published: 08 Jul 2017
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Creé esto cuando estuve de erasmus en Aarhus, Dinamarca. No me dedico a hacer vídeos para youtube, creo que se ve por la calidad del vídeo, la edición y mi horrible forma de hablar. Algún día aprenderé a hacer vídeos, pero hasta entonces habrá que conformarse con algo como esto. Espero que os guste. ____________ I made this when I was on my erasmus in Aarhus, Denmark. I do not make youtube videos, I think you can guess it by the quality of the video, the editing and my awful way of talking. I will learn to create videos properly one day, but until then, we will have to be satisfied with something like this. Hope you like it anyway. Mi instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iknowra/ Mi página de Pinterest: https://fr.pinterest.com/iknowra/ ____________ Instagrams sobre diarios: https...
Danes of foreign descent can breathe freely again. Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen,known for his hard-line immigration policies,is leaving the country to become NATO's new Secretary General. The new head of the government shares the surname Rasmussen with him,but they are not related,and,in contrast to his predecessor,Lars Løkke Rasmussen is considered a bon vivant and is probably the only western leader to have travelled in Afghanistan disguised as an Afghan. Still,whether the climate for foreigners in Denmark will actually improve under his leadership remains to be seen.
Welcome to Denmark! My name is Diane and I'm a winterbather. Come on in, the water's...cold! 😃 WINTERBATHING GUIDELINES Winterbathing Guidelines issued by the Danish Council for Greater Water Safety (Rådet for Større Badesikkerhed) BEFORE YOU GO IN THE WATER 1. Never swim alone 2. Check bathing conditions and identify rescue equipment 3. Beware of ice on stairs and bridges 4. Lower body calmly into the water WHEN YOU ARE IN THE WATER 5. Breathe slowly 6. Keep an eye on each other 7. Stay close to stairs and stairways 8. Never swim under the ice
Located on the eastern side of the Jutland peninsula, this is a major port and Denmark's second largest city. It was founded by the Vikings way back in the 8th century and we found a local guide who appreciates its historical and contemporary sides. For more go to http://www.dw.de/program/euromaxx/s-7555-9798
After ten years of right-wing rule, Social Democrat Helle Thorning-Schmidt is Denmark's new prime minister and set to steer the country into a new era. She replaces Liberal leader Lars Løkke Rasmussen, whose minority government was propped up by the far-right Danish People's party (DPP). Under this government, Denmark stepped up anti-immigration legislation and tightened border controls in a clear breach of the Schengen Agreement. But when Denmark assumes the rotating presidency of the EU Council early next year, it's expected to have shed its Europhobic stance.
Democratic schools place particular emphasis on children's right to self-determination. Like the famous Summerhill School in Britain, they promote anti-authoritarian educational methods which some consider controversial.Still, democratic schools say their brand of free schooling doesn't mean children aren't getting a good education. Here pupils of all ages learn together and what they study is centered on each child's own interests. The schoolchildren decide for themselves what, when and how they wish to learn.
Forty years on the inhabitants of the Free State of Christiania have to make a choice: either they buy their properties or they abandon the legendary hippie republic.Denmark's highest court has awarded the state the complete right of use of the land. In 1971 thousands of young Danes squatted the abandoned barracks in the Christianshavn district and turned it into a center of alternative lifestyle. But recently the community has faced accusations of organized criminality. Police drug raids in an area notorious as pusher street led to clashes between officers and the squatters.
It has been described as a hard knock for the idea on Europe without borders. After pressure from right wing populists Denmark has reintroduced controls on its German border.The measure is aimed primarily at travelers from Eastern Europe. The reason given for the controls is the need to combat rising criminality. But critics say that is just an excuse and the measure is aimed at keeping foreigners out of Denmark. The countries of the Schengen area in Europe are supposed to guarantee unhindered border traffic. Denmark joined the group ten years ago. Back then most of the border control infrastructure was dismantled. In future Denmark plans to use automatic scanners to check car number plates.
The United Nations' World Happiness Report consistently ranks Denmark at or near the top of its list of happiest countries. That's despite that it rains almost 50 percent of the year or that Danes have one of the highest tax burdens in the world. "CBS Sunday Morning's" Mo Rocca explores some of the Copenhagen attractions that keep residents and tourists smiling. Subscribe to the "CBS This Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/1Q0v2hE Watch "CBS This Morning" HERE: http://bit.ly/1T88yAR Watch the latest installment of "Note to Self," only on "CBS This Morning," HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1Sh8XlB Follow "CBS This Morning" on Instagram HERE: http://bit.ly/1Q7NGnY Like "CBS This Morning" on Facebook HERE: http://on.fb.me/1LhtdvI Follow "CBS This Morning" on Twitter HERE: http://bit.ly/1Xj5W3p Follow...
Germany and Denmark are planning to build a road and rail link between their two countries across a body of water called the Fehmarnbelt. One proposal is to construct a 19 kilometer long bridge but environmental activists oppose the five billion euro project.Environmental groups say the project will cause massive disruption to the Baltic Sea's ecosystem. They argue the proposed bridge's piers will affect the sea's water-exchange pattern, threatening species that live there in the process. Business leaders on the other hand support the project. They say it will provide a big stimulus to the region's economy. An alternative to the bridge design is a tunnel, which is both competitively priced compared to the bridge and, it's supporters say, would be kinder to the environment as well.
One of the most inspiring stories of heroism to emerge from World War II is one few people know. Learn how Danish fishermen risked everything to help Denmark’s Jewish citizens escape the incoming Nazis. Learn more at: http://www.vikingcruises.com/oceans
Justice for Anja! One year after just missing out for her spot in Stockholm, she will now represent Denmark in Kyiv. Who is Anja? Meet her now! 👍 Give this video a thumps up and subscribe to us on YouTube. 📺 The Eurovision Journal: Each Sunday on our Facebook page! Follow EurovisionBelgium on your preferred platform: MAIN SITE: https://www.eurovisionbelgium.be FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/EurovisionBelgium TWITTER: https://twitter.com/escbelgium/ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/escbelgium/ SNAPCHAT: https://www.snapchat.com/add/escbelgium/