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Denmark
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Europe (Northern Europe)
 Capital:
Copenhagen
 Population:
5.564.219 (2011 estimate)
 Language(s):
    Danish
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 Antonia Cantillo has added a new video to Tourism under the category Lokken.  
Lökken 2013
Lokken is the most sunny beach town in Denmark, during summer time attracting many people. It iis also know for being a good spot to paraglide.
Uploaded on 2013-12-03 01:35:32 - Watch
 Miko the Kitty has added a new video to Language under the category Beginners.  
Learn Danish - Words & Sentences #2
Useful Danish words for beginners.
Uploaded on 2013-06-07 10:32:00 - Watch
 Yulia Markova has added a new video to Culture under the category Music.  
ESC 2013 DENMARK - EMMELIE de FOREST "Only Teardrops" EUROVISION 2013
EMMELIE de FOREST "Only Teardrops" (Denmark)
Uploaded on 2013-05-19 05:31:20 - Watch
Yulia Markova: "First place"
Written on 2013-05-19 05:31:55
Raúl Hurtado: "Not bad but not exactly much much better than the others. Perhaps this song won because it is the kind of song with which you can make a big radio hit."
Written on 2013-05-19 10:49:55
Miko the Kitty: The Danish open sandwich or smørrebrød usually consists of a piece of buttered rye bread and a topping made of different ingredients, typically cold cuts, pieces of meat or fish, cheese or spreads. There is no unique way to prepare a Danish open sandwich. However, one must always begin with the main ingredient: a slice of buttered rye bread.

Fry a fish fillet in breadcrumbs until it turns golden. Place the fillet over the buttered bread and add tartar sauce on top. Then place shrimps, asparagus and smoked salmon side by side and finish with a touch of black caviar over the salmon. If you prefer meat, add thin sliced beef instead of fish, spread tartar sauce and decorate with toasted onion and sprinkling or shredded horseradish if available. Now you have a Danish open sandwich. It’s easy and delicious. I invite you to watch the following video to learn more about smørrebrød and this long-cherished recipe: https://tinyurl.com/nf2qel7  
Updated on 2012-09-04 08:32:45
Miko the Kitty: The official travel guide to Denmark - Know all you need before your travel to this wonderful country https://tinyurl.com/6gm4k9k  
Updated on 2012-03-12 15:10:56
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