I was a bit tempted to not put the attached photo here for fear of offending. But I guess I decided that a little statement won't do harm. Equality of the sexes and liberation is more accepted here, and billboards to attract the opposite sex are not quite so frowned-upon. It's not just about selling stuff but about female empowerment and beauty. Hmmm.
The people of Denmark are very warm and friendly; however, they are slow to accept foreigners who have come there to live. After many months, we were able to make friends with some delightful and interesting people.
(scouts/'cserkeszek';folk music/'nepdalok' with MIDI)
I haven't beeen in ARHUS,only my Father was there,but in my life the town ARHUS is very important....
borne in DENMARK,in the town NAESTVED.We lived in
the little island GAUNE,GAVNE.I was grow up in
HUNGARY and four years ago I was again in Denmark.
if you are into classical or jazz music , the music house is the place to go . Its a very big building in the centre of town , and I'm just glad Im not gonna clean the windows there :-)
01 May 1946 /ARHUS is on the peninsula/ and NAESTVED/GAVNOE where I was borne is on the island not far from the COPENHAGEN.