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10 things (most) students go through when moving to Copenhagen

It is that time of the year again :) Exactly 2 years ago, I was among all the new international students who moved to Copenhagen to start studying. I figured that there a few things which are repeating itself every year. Personally I think,…
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I show you the Copenhagen of tomorrow

A few weeks ago I was lucky to be a part of Vodafone’s project “I show you the world of tomorrow”. The crew with German blogger Mia and Simon came to the Danish capital to find out, how Copenhagen's startup's and futuristic brands are…
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What a German misses while living in Denmark – Part 2

As an expat in Copenhagen, you have so many advantages and on top, you are able to have joyful new discoveries of Danish culture and food. But still, you will always miss your home and the things that you are used to.. Over a year ago I wrote…
The Lakes Copenhagen
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How to survive the winter in Denmark 101

This year is the third winter I witness in Denmark and before New Years it seemed to be very warm and “hyggelig” this year. But in the past days, the real Scandinavian winter came back and apparently, it has no intention of leaving. It is…
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The importance of having a CPR number in Denmark

I often meet people who are living in Denmark without a CPR (Civil Registration System) number. A CPR number is the personal identification number every citizen needs to have in Denmark. Follow the link to see if you are eligible to apply for…