Surprise, surprise… I’m in Denmark!

Just because I returned from the Netherlands two months ago, doesn’t mean that this blog is abandoned. You can still see Europe from my perspective, even more , because I am currently in Denmark for my master degree which takes about two years. Yup! I am now in Aarhus, the second largest city in Denmark; considered as an international city as many students from all over the world choose Aarhus to pursue their education. Including myself, a Corporate Communication student at Aarhus University.

I arrived two weeks ago, and so far, this is what I have captured about Denmark and specifically, Aarhus itself.

Most people ride bikes. It's healthy, the city is bike friendly and it costs 20 DKK (2,68 euro) per ride
Most people ride bikes. It’s healthy, the city is bike friendly plus it costs 20 DKK (2,68 euro) per bus ride!
It rains... a lot. They say: there is no bad weather, only bad clothings
It rains… a lot. The Danes say: there is no bad weather, only bad clothing

Each district has its own library where you can find books, DVDs and internet
Each district has its own library where you can find books, DVDs and free internet. A way  to build and educate a community
The Danes are very organized. In most places (post office-this picture-, banks) they automatically take numbers and queue
The Danes are very organized. In most places (post office-this picture-, banks) they automatically take numbers and queue
A glimpse of Aarhus Cathedral, right in the city center
A glimpse of Aarhus Cathedral, right in the city center
Cafes are lining in the city center. Yet, be prepared for its  shocking prices. Denmark's famous for that
Cafes are lining in the city center. Yet, be prepared for their shocking prices. Denmark’s famous for that! 🙂
The rainbow of Aros Museum, created by Olafur Eliasson. The rpide of Aarhus
The rainbow of Aros Museum, created by Olafur Eliasson. Considered as the pride of Aarhus

PS: pictures are taken using phone + pocket camera

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