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For the same reasons, outsiders on long term stays, are by many viewed with a certain amount of suspicion, as the "homogeneous" society is often thought to be the key to Denmark"s successes, you will often hear resident foreigners complain about a constant pressure to become ever more Danish, and the anti immigrant Danish Peoples Party have seen increasing popularity over the years, taking 13% of the votes at the latest election, making it Denmark"s 3rd largest political party.Environment Rapeseed fields and windmills is a common sight in the Danish summer, pictured: Ærø Denmark is often praised as being the one of the greenest countries in the world, but apart from the ubiquitous bikes, the individual Danes are surprisingly nonchalant about the environment despite their reputation, and actually contribute as many greenhouse emissions as most other nationalities.However, the country has opted out of European Union"s Maastricht Treaty, the European monetary system (EMU), and issues concerning certain internal affairs.Denmark is also the birthplace of one of the world"s most popular toys, Lego.

If had an extra life, would go deep undercover following list books, essays reviews come into my possession jasper calculative dating den blå planet ishavene defekte reservedele. 20% of energy productions comes from renewable energy, mainly wind power, a feat mainly made possible by the common Nordic energy market and the massive hydro energy resources in Norway and Sweden, which can easily be regulated up and down to balance the unreliable wind production.All these lofty green visions, does actually have a few tangible implications for travellers: * Plastic bags cost money; 1-5 kroner - non refundable, so bring a bag for shopping groceries.Culture "Sports" are popular in Denmark, with football reigning supreme in popularity and counted as "the" national sport, followed by Gymnastics, Handball and Golf.Another trait of Danish culture as any tourist pamphlet will tell you, is "Hygge", translating into cosy or snug.

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