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Aarhus – the smiling city

2013/02/04

Recently I visited Aarhus – the second largest city in Denmark. It is situated in Jutland – the only part of Denmark which is directly connected to the European mainland. I don’t know if that is the reason why the inhabitants of Aarhus are a little different from us who are living in other parts of Denmark, especially us who are living in the metropolitan area. But they certainly are a little different.

For instance, some of them are a little woody…

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However, they are very nice and polite and greet tourists welcome…

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Their houses reflect their personalities…

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The inhabitants are very keen to keep their city clean and tidy…

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The inhabitants are fond of feast and colours…

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Although they normally are very peaceful, sometimes their feasts end up i brawl…

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The inhabitants are very fond of music too, and they like to play for you…

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They have even placed pianos on selected public places in order to make it possible for you to play…

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In a special house they exhibit a giant boy. He might look scary but don’t be afraid – he is harmless.

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The young women are a chapter for themselves…

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You understand that you in fact are a little closer to Paradise in Aarhus…

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I will certainly soon be back in Aarhus.

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