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  1. The final TRB culture in Denmark: A settlement study (Arkæologiske studier) by Karsten Davidsen, 1978
  2. Culture Shock! Finland: A Guide to Customs and Etiquette (Culture Shock! Guides) by Deborah Swallow, 2001-07
  3. Denmark and the Danes;: A survey of Danish life, institutions and culture, by William James Harvey, 1970
  4. Social Dynamics of the It Field: The Case of Denmark (De Gruyter Studies in Organization, No 39) by Finn Borum, Andrew Friedman, et all 1992-06
  5. O'Dell, Tom and Peter Billing (Eds). Experience-scapes: tourism, culture and economy. Koge, Denmark: Copenhagen Business School, ISBN 87-630-0150-0, 2005 ... [A book review from: Tourism Management] by S.M. Holland, 2007-08-01
  6. Mussel and oyster culture in Denmark (DF & H rapport, 0109-4432) by Per Sand Kristensen, 1987
  8. Living words & luminous pictures: Medieval book culture in Denmark : catalogue
  9. Small Nations, Big Neighbour: Denmark and Quebec/Canada Compare Notes on American Popular Culture (Acamedia Research Monograph)
  10. Christiania--a freetown: Slum, alternative culture or social experiment? (Working papers -- The National Museum of Denmark ; 3) by Jacques Blum, 1977
  11. Cultures of the Hinkukush: Selected Papers from the Hindu-KushCultural Conference, 1970 (Beitrage Zur Sudasienforschung, Bd. 1) by Denmark 1970 Hindu-Kush Cultural Conference Moesgard, Karl Jettmar, et all 1974-06
  12. Denmark and The Danes A Survey of Danish Life, Institutions and Culture by William J. (Christian Reppien) Harvey, 1916
  13. Episodes or continuity?: Culture change on the landscape of Northeastern Jutland, Denmark (Arbejdsrapport / Aarhus universitet, Geografisk institut) by Robert M Newcomb, 1975
  14. Axel Steensberg, 1st June 1976: Caritas romana : The concept of culture by Axel Steensberg, 1976

21. Museums In Denmark - Map Of Copenhagen & Denmark
Peruse this list of denmark museums covering such subjects as women, culture, historical alliances, contemporary art, and inventions.
Museums in Denmark
Map Denmark
Map Copenhagen Museums England (DK) Museums Norway (DK) ... Museums Sweden Danish version click here In order to see all museums site (some in Danish or German only) - Click here
Aalholm Automobile Museum
/ Lolland - Nysted - Exhibition of 200 motor cars from 1886 to the present day, with the majority from pre 1940.
Aasiaat Katersugaasiviat
- Aasiaat Museum / GREENLAND - Aasiaat - Museum of the civilization of Asiaat and the surrounding country.
Ammassalik Museum
/ GREENLAND - Ammassalik - Collection of culture and art objects from East Greenland.
Arken Museum of Modern Art
/ Koege - Modern Art Museum from 1996, designed by Soeren Robert Lund.
Art Museum of Funen, the

Auto Mobil Museum - Marielyst Sports cars
Botanical Museum and library
/ Copenhagen - The Botanical Museum holds collections of c. 2,510,000 specimens separated into 9 different herbaria. C
Carl Nielsen Museum, the
/ Odense - A detailed chronological account of the life and work of the composer Carl Nielsen and his wife. Charlottenborg / Copenhagen - Changing exhibitions of contemporary art.

22. EuroCompass - Guide For The Independent Traveller
Clickable travel map of denmark with direct links to hotels and other accommodation, culture and things to do.

23. Denmark - Travel, Culture, Links, Demographics, MegaSearcher
denmark Lidte oplysninger p skn, gstfri Danmark. Cultural, travel, links, indexed demographics, megasearcher, efficiently and attractively organized, designed for optimal loading. denmark. culture, Travel, Links. Demographics Destination denmark. Breezy overview of denmark today, indexed, with links and slideshow. denmark in a Nutshell
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Breezy overview of Denmark today, indexed, with links and slideshow
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Danish Tourist board, travel tips, what to do, where to stay, transportation
city net
Indexed with links for all information a traveler to Denmark needs
Holiday in Denmark
Much practical information for your Danish Holiday
Danish Youth and Family Hostels
Links to inexpensive hostels, includes a clickable map
Yahoo Denmark
About 1500 links, grouped by category
Yahoo Danmark
Dansk - In Danish
Danish WWW database, similar to Yahoo
The Denmark Times
Newsletter on political and economic current affairs
Copenhagen This Week
Events, culture and essential tourist information for Copenhagen

24. 1- Gundestrup Cauldron (2- 3C BCE) - Style La Tene - Himmerland, Gundestrup
Revealing religious practices and mythology from the La Tene style Gundestrup Cauldron found in denmark, and other Celtic objects found in sites throughout Europe.

chinese pre-columbian sumerian
By Susie Mckinnon World Art and Culture Instructor: Kathleen Cohen Spring 2000
Human Sacrifice is a fascinating and alluring topic to research and study about in ancient cultures, but may also be an unbelievable and skeptical topic for many as well. How could such a savage and terrifying act be carried out on one or more humans by other humans, and not be ashamed for such a disregard to human life? Ancient cultures such as the Celts had a much different outlook on life and lifestyle than modern cultures today. As they intermingled legends with facts, reality with the fantastic and made of life their own universe that was to be understood in those terms, it might be easier to understand why groups such as the Celts may have used human sacrifice as a vice, and event in everyday life, for the benefit of a whole population. It is understood that they believed ardently that there was a life after death, so to kill or be killed was not such a negative act, since it would only give honor to that victim in the eyes of the gods of the 'Otherworld'. Human Sacrifice can be viewed in two different ways, and was probably by the Celts as well depending on the circumstance that brought forth the sacrificial event or ceremony. One view was that, as forces of nature ( animals , weather etc.) understood by the Celts as something that could be controlled by gods or goddesses such as the Mother Goddess, if crops were failing or animals falling victim to disease it was possible to offer the gods or nature itself human blood to placate them hoping that in return they will have a positive turn of events to insure the health of the population. Still this might seem far fetched but as put by Cahill, these terms of some kind of manipulation to a view of god, it might not be as hard to understand. "There is probably not a reader-even the most convinced atheist-who has not offered from time to time an old-fashioned

25. Consulate General Of Denmark In New York
culture in denmark. Publications. For Danish Artists. culture. Events in New York. Calendar of Danish Cultural Events in the Greater New York Area. culture in denmark. Links to databases, institutions, museums, biographies etc. Publications
Go to the page

26. Denmark - Culture - Cinema
denmark culture - Cinema. denmark 4. culture 4.12 Cinema.

27. Map Zones - Denmark Map
Read facts on people, government, history, geography, population, culture, and economy.

People History Culture ... Communications Legal system Organization Provinces Disputes
Denmark Introduction Back to Top Denmark, constitutional monarchy, north-western Europe, the southernmost of the Scandinavian countries. Officially the Kingdom of Denmark (in Danish, Kongeriget Danmark), it is bordered on the north by the Skagerrak, an arm of the North Sea; on the east by the Kattegatt (an extension of the Skagerrak) and the Øresund (in English, The Sound), a strait linking the Kattegatt and the Baltic Sea; on the south by the Baltic Sea, the Fehmarn strait, and Schleswig-Holstein, Germany; and on the west by the North Sea. Denmark comprises most of the Jutland, or Jylland, peninsula (extending about 338 km/210 mi in a north and south direction), and more than 400 islands in the Baltic and North seas. The principal islands lie between Jutland and Sweden. Sjaelland (in English, Zealand) is the largest in size, followed by Fyn (in English, Funen), Lolland, Falster, Langeland and Møn. About 130 km (80 mi) to the east of Sjaelland, in the Baltic, is the Danish island of Bornholm. Official Name - Kingdom of Denmark
Capital - Copenhagen 1,353,333 (1995)

28. Royal Danish Embassy, Haag
Royal Danish Embassy in The Hague, with information on the services of this embassy, tourism in The Netherlands and denmark and links on Danish culture.
Koninginnegracht 30 NL-2514 AB The Hague Postbus 85654 NL-2508 CJ The Hague Tlf: +31(0)70 30 25 959 Fax: +31(0)70 30 25 950 Eksportmedarbejder søges Welcome to the Royal Danish Embassy in The Hague Valget i Danmark til Europa-Parlamentet
Commercial Dansk Design på 100% Design i Rotterdam Rotterdam Maritime November 2004 Rapport om sundhedssektoren i BENELUX Culture Hans Christian Andersen Jaar 2005 is begonnen Cultural news from Denmark

29. Denmark Directory: Society And Culture
denmark Directory Society and culture, including copenhagen, city of, roskilde, copenhagen, county of, north jutland, west zealand, funen, aarhus, frederiksborg, southern jutland, human rights, and Culture/1052

Denmark Directory

Society and Culture Homes Top Regional Europe ... Denmark Society and Culture CATEGORIES Aarhus@
Copenhagen, City of@

Copenhagen, County of@

West Zealand@

People Going Global
Collection of commented links to sites dealing with subjects such as culture and government. Newcomers Club Directory For Denmark Helps integrate new residents into the local community through social events, interest groups and children's activities. Denmark Official Denmark site developed by the Danish State. Provides news, articles, map, history, facts on economy and links. The Danish Mother's Group The Danish Mother's group for women in the New York area. NiceToMeetYou A easy online introduction service for english speaking people living in Denmark. Romance, activity partners, socializing after work and family friendship. Tax Nazi

30. Culture
denmark, culture, Back to Top. denmark s rich intellectual heritage hasmade multifaceted contributions to modern culture the world over.
Country Info Denmark Introduction Denmark General Data Denmark Maps Denmark Culture ... Denmark Time and Date Denmark Culture Back to Top Visitors to Denmark will discover a wealth of cultural activity. The Royal Danish Ballet, specializes in the work of the great Danish choreographer August Bournonville (1805-79). Danish dancers also feature regularly on the U.S. ballet scene, notably Peter Martins as head of New York City Ballet. Denmark has more than its share of impressive castles, many of which have been converted to museums. Frederiksborg Castle, on a manmade island in a lake north of Copenhagen, was restored after a catastrophic fire in the 1800s and now houses important collections in awe-inspiring splendor amidst impeccably manicured gardens. In Elsinore, Kronborg (or Hamlet's) Castle that once exacted tribute from passing ships now houses important furniture and art collections of the period, while hosting in its courtyard many touring summer productions of Shakespearean works. In Copenhagen, Rosenborg Castle houses the kingdom's crown jewels and boasts spectacular public gardens in the heart of the city. Among today's Danish writers, probably the best-known to American readers is Peter Hoeg (Smilla's Sense of Snow; Borderliners), while the most prolific is Klaus Rifbjergpoet, novelist, playwright, and screenwriter. Benny Andersen writes poems, short stories, and music. Poems by both writers have been translated into English by the Curbstone Press. Suzanne Broegger focuses on the changing roles of women in society. Kirsten Thorup's "Baby" won the 1980 Pegasus Prize and is printed in English by the University of Louisiana Press. The psychological thrillers of Anders Bodelsen and political thrillers by Leif Davidsen also appear in English.

31. Welcome To The Embassy Of Japan
Features guide to visas, culture, events, scholarships, and links.
NEW! Ambassador's Letter
Essay Contest

Updated on June 7, 2004 Embassy of Japan
Pilestræde 61
1112 Copenhagen K
Tel.: (+45) 33 11 33 44
Fax.: (+45) 33 11 33 77
E-mail to Embassy of Japan
in Copenhagen, Denmark:

32. Website Of Embassy Of India, Copenhagen
Contains a mini portal on Indian economy, tourism, science and technology, education, culture, arts, government, business, news, Indiadenmark relations and links to denmark.
About us

Visa Services

Consular Services
... Site Map Welcome to the Website of Embassy of India, Copenhagen! The Embassy is located at Vangehusvej 15, 2100 Copenhagen Ø, close to the Svanemollen station. The Embassy is open to business from Monday through Friday. The business hours of the Embassy are: Chancery 0900 to 1730 hrs; 0930 to 1200 hrs and Commercial Section 0900 to 1730 hrs.
The Embassy will however remain closed for business on some days which may not be same as local holidays. Embassy of India, Denmark
Common Minimum Programme of the New Government
(PDF) Biodata of Dr Manmohan Singh, Prime Minister Newsletter MEA Newswire India Perspective ...
Today's weather in Copenhagen

Information given in other Indian or non-Indian internet sites linked to this website does not construe an endorsement of views contained therein by this Embassy or the Government of India.
Site designed by Dr Ausaf Sayeed, IFS
Updated on 07 juni, 2004

33. The Nordic Pages: Arts And Culture
Online since 1995 Nordic culture. denmark Danmark FINNISHculture; The National Library; FinELib THE NATIONAL ELECTRONIC LIBRARY;


Finland Iceland ... Sweden
nordic pages




Regions Aaland Faroe Greenland Subject Guides General Info Official News and Media Cities ... Search More Nordiska sidor [se] internet the nordic way Online since 1995 Nordic Culture Denmark - Danmark Finland - Suomi Iceland - Island Norway - Norge

34. Denmark - Culture - Literature
denmark culture - Literature. denmark. 4. culture. 4.7 Literature 1748 and became the central institution of manners and culture in denmark right up to the second half of the 19th

35. Artikelbeskrivning
Artikelbeskrivning. denmark culture SHOCK! Författare, culture SHOCK! ISBN,1857331591. Förlag, KUPERARD (LONDON) LTD. Utgåva, 96.05. Språk, Engelska.

36. The Royal Danish Embassy, London
Comprehensive information for culture, business and travel and tourism in denmark.
55 Sloane Street
London SW1X 9SR
Tel: 00 44 (0)20 7333 0200
Fax: 00 44 (0)20 7333 0270
How to get to the Embassy
General opening hours:
09:00-16:30 (Friday 16:00) Passport and Visa Section:
Telephone calls:
Monday to Friday 15:00 - 16:00
In Person:
Visa: Appointment only Passport Monday to Friday 9:30- 12:00 Ambassador's greeting About Denmark Consular Services Passport ... Site Map Please enter your email address to subscribe to the Embassy's newsletter Danish web news/issues Culture Danish Diary- Calend ar of Events Cultural news from Denmark General European Parliamentary elections in Denmark - How and where to vote Security Sikkerhedssituationen Commercial Commercial news from Denmark News

37. Culture Shock! Denmark (Culture Shock!) M Strange
culture Shock! denmark (culture Shock!) M Strange. Author or Artist M Strange. Title culture Shock! denmark (culture Shock!) Strange
Culture Shock! Denmark (Culture Shock!) M Strange
Author or Artist : M Strange
Title: Culture Shock! Denmark (Culture Shock!)
Strange M
M. Strange
Subject: Denmark
Category: Travel Holiday Countries Regions Europe Denmark
Format: Paperback
Mark Cramer-Culture Shock! Bolivia (Culture Shock!)...

Stephen Mansfield-Culture Shock! Laos (Culture Shock!)...

Roseline Lum-Culture Shock! Mauritius (Culture Shock!)...

Tim Nollen-Culture Shock! Czech Republic (Culture Shock!)...
Baruch Maoz-Judaism Is Not Jewish: A Friendly Critique of the Messianic Movement...

38. Royal Danish Embassy - Washington, D.C.
Visa requirements, dual citizenship, news from denmark, websites in denmark, history and culture from the Royal Danish Embassy, Washington D.C.

Royal Danish Embassy

3200 Whitehaven St., N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20008
Tel: +1 (202) 234-4300
Fax: +1 (202) 328-1470
General opening hours:
9:30 AM - 5:00 PM
(Friday 4:30 PM)
Passport Section
By appointment only The Embassy Building An Architectonic Overview Join our e-list: About Denmark Consular Services Denmark on the Map Pictures of Denmark ... News From Denmark - June 04, 2004; Greenland, Denmark and the US Enter into Agreement Pictures from Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen's Meeting With President George W. Bush in The White House Royal Wedding Celebration at the Danish Embassy - see the pictures European Parliamentary Elections For Danes with Voting Privileges (in Danish only) Speeches by Ambassador Ulrik Federspiel Press Releases News Archives ... Read All About Danish Designer Nanna Ditzel's Lecture in D.C. - May 27th at 7 p.m. Nordic Cool - Hot Women Designers At the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington D.C. April 23rd - September 12th, 2004

39. Scandinavian Fest, ScanFest Nordic Heritage Festival
Held in New Jersey, this annual Nordic heritage festival celebrates and promotes the culture, customs, and traditions of Sweden, Norway, denmark, Iceland, Finland, and Estonia.
Site Map Program Kids' events Nordic Craft Demonstrations ... Vikings Home Participants Directions Tickets Norway ... Estonia 20th annual
The Sunday before Labor Day
September 5, 2004
The NJ Convention and Exposition Center at the Raritan Center, Edison, NJ
For our 20th Anniversary event, Scandinavian Fest is pleased to announce the relocation of ScanFest '04 to an all-indoor venue. The NJ Convention and Exposition Center at the Raritan Center was chosen as the site for ScanFest '04 because of its better ability to accommodate our visitors, performers and vendors. Scandinavian Fest invites you to an all-day celebration of the
culture, history and ethnic variety of the Nordic area -
Denmark with Faroe Islands and Greenland, Estonia, Finland with Åland, Iceland, Norway, Sápmi and Sweden with Scania.
August 31, 2003 proclaimed as Scandinavian-Nordic Day in New Jersey by James E. McGreevy, Governor of the state of New Jersey.
Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell also sends greetings to ScanFest '03' Photo by Kristin Hubinsky Web Site partially updated 4/11/2004
Home Craft Gallery Exhibitor Gallery ask ScanFest Support ScanFest - Now !!!

40. Cultural Exchange: Asia In Denmark. CulturE-ASEF
Festival of arts and culture, 8 August 26 September 2003, in Copenhagen, Århus,Odense Esbjerg, the County of Ribe, and a number of other cities in denmark.
deutsch Home Europe Denmark Asia in Denmark Individual ASEM countries: China Japan Tips, Sponsor Links Events Images of Asia [da, en] Images of Asia Initiative of the Danish Center for Culture and Development (DCCD) 2001 - 2003, to help develop cultural cooperation between Denmark and Asia. Highlight of the project will be the Images of Asia Festival: August - September 2003 in Copenhagen, Aarhus, Odense, Aalborg and a range of smaller cities. [da, en] Asian Comments Cultural Program as a prelude to the 4th Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM 4). 19 - 21 September 2002, Center of Copenhagen. [dk, en] [de, en, es] Would you like to see your link here? More about... Home Europe Denmark ... Asia-Europe Foundation and Universes in Universe site search email imprint updated: June 2004

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