Denmark is a country in Europe with neighbours Sweden, Norway and Germany. It is one of most developed countries in the world, both socially an economically. It has a high standard of living. Its main exports are manufactured goods, both industrial and non-industrial, agricultural products and other food products, including meat and fish. It has one of the highest per capita incomes in the world. It is a safe country with relatively low crime rate. It is considered the happiest country in the world. It is a founding member of the United Nations Organisation and Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development(OECD). Copenhagen is the capital city. Danish krone is the currency.
The qualifications awarded by Danish institutions are some of the best in the world. It is considered the third place to study in Europe. More than 8000 students are currently in Denmark from different countries. The country is also a signatory of the Bologna Process, which gives the student the privilege of transferring to a new University in any of the member countries. The study approach combines theoretical study with project-based practice which increases the competitiveness of the student for the prospective employer.
The culture of Denmark lays a lot of emphasis on environment sustainability. In addition to the architectural marvels such as the Amalienborg Palace and Christiansborg Palace, there are museums and art galleries, prominent among them being The National Museum of Denmark and The National Gallery of Denmark. Tivoli Gardens are quite popular for being the inspiration behind Disney theme parks and has appeared in many movies. Different kinds of bread are staple food, which are eaten along with vegetables, or meat or fish. Rugbrød, or rye bread is quite common. Desserts are quite popular in Denmark. Koldskål is a sweet dairy product. Cakes and pastries, generally layered, are quite common.
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