The Kingdom of Denmark is a geographical and cultural region in Europe and the North Atlantic situated in the Northern Europe. Denmark came from the relationship between “Danes” and “Denmark”, which is centered from mainly on the prefix “Dan”, referring to the Dani or a historical person Dan and “mark” as ending. Denmark is divided into five administrative regions; Capital Region of Denmark, Central Denmark Region, North Denmark Region, Region Zealand, and Region of Southern Denmark governed by the regional councils and each with 41 councilors. Denmark is a wonderful place to live and visit. A variety of choices for the welfare of family and its visitors that truly is worth knowing and may be added to your list as one of the top places to live. Denmark is a peace, honest, brave loving country that makes everyone feel safe about roaming around the country and give importance to the next generation.
1. Creations Originated in DenmarkLego came from the Danish phrase “leg godt”, which means “play well”. A colorful interlocking building brick famous to enhance kids patience and organization and construction problem solving and lateral thinking. A unique play tool for adventures and experimentation that even adults get fascinated and eventually gets hooked into building and assembling wonderful creations like vehicles, airplanes, buildings, robots, and a lot more. The Lego craze started by a company based in Jutland, Denmark. Lego is the most-famous toy in the whole world and the town even was recognized as the “Capital of Children” in the whole world. Bring your kids to Denmark and see for yourself the wonders of playing Lego with the whole family. Let Denmark give you its fullest to give you and your child an unforgettable memory of creations.
2. Fun Filled Memories at the Oldest Amusement ParkIf you want something extreme in the beautiful country of Denmark, then try the wooden coaster found in the oldest amusement park in the whole world, Dyrehavsbakken in Copenhagen. The “Rutschebanen”, which means “The Roller Coaster” is a fun and extremely thrill ride for everyone at any age. Visitors can also try Bumper cars, Samba Tower, Water Canon, Trains, Water Slides and a lot more. Inside the amusement park are some restaurants and cafes so you’ll conveniently eat when your stomach is calling you to eat some for more energy. This historic value of the country shows that memories are big part of all of us and that should be preserved and passed through the next generation.
3. Oldest State FlagDenmark is known for its state flag being the oldest in all the nations. In Danish, it is called the “Dannebrog” translated to “the cloth of the Danes”. The Danish Flag holds true to its values and its great significance as a national symbol of the country. Denmark flag uses only two colors in their national flag and its impact on its values can be seen not only thorugh their flag, but also on their way of life. The white cross of the flag symbolizes Christianity and also represents peace and honesty. The red color or background of the white cross represents the country’s strength, bravery and hardiness.
4. Cycling Friendly CountryCycling as a recreational and practical activity in Denmark contributed to Denmark’s advocacy of clean air. The country designated dedicated bicycle path and lanes in many places of the country.In Denmark, you will see a large number of bicycle parking facilities with cycle stands. Children mostly start bicycling from the age of 8 and rely on the bicycle as their primary transportation. The police also patrol using their cycles due to being quick and efficient means of transportation. For tourist, they can rent out a bicyle for a week at a time. A truly wonderful way to take care of the environment and fight against air pollution. Also, the health of its citizens are first and foremost the main concern.
5. Bring Umbrella As You Roam AroundThe weather in Denmark is mild and climate temperate all year round. If you’re traveling to this beautiful country, it’s best to always have with you your umbrella because the rain in Denmark comes on a regular basis. The great thing is that during summer season, it’s not as hot. Summers in Denmark are described as mild and usually can be expected during the months of July. This is the time to fully explore the wonders of Denmark and meet the friend people of Denmark who has a unique law regarding personal names.
6. Law on Personal NamesA naming law in Denmark makes sure that children will be spared from being given an offensive and embarassing name. In Denmark, there are thousands of names to be chosen for female and male babies by their parents. Remember that these names are the only approved names of the Law on Personal Names of Denmark and this must be followed by all parents. However in the Ankestryrelsen or the National Social Appeals Baord in Copenhagen, parents can apply for a new name. It is required to indicate gender, and cannot have surname character and must follow the rules on the Danish orthography.