Copenhagen

For those who like large, well-planned houses, outdoor activities and a safe and well-organised life style, Copenhagen is the place to live.Accommodation is cheaper in Copenhagen than in many other European capitals. Houses and apartments are spacious and well equipped. However, the rental market is...

Copenhagen News

Danish asylum centres closing

The Danish immigration service has announced that it will soon be closing three of its asylum centres in Rødby, Skive and Frederikshavn. The reason given is that asylum applications are bein...
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Copenhagen makes space for homeless in Assistens Kirkegard cemetery

Copenhagen's homeless will now find their final resting place not far from such historic greats as Hans Christian Andersen and Soren Kierkegaard. The city has dedicated a burial plot to the city's hom...
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New United Nations site for Copenhagen

Construction has begun on a site for a 28,000 sqm complex of offices for the United Nations (UN) offices in Copenhagen. Work is expected to be finished by 2012, reports the Copenhagen Post. The ne...
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Copenhagen gets anti-discrimation hotline

Copenhagen city council has set up a hotline to provide legal advice on race, gender, disability and sexual discrimination, says the Copenhagen Post. A recent study by the council showed that 60,0...