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Upon closer inspection you'll find the Danish and Scandinavian touches that make the Lighthouse restaurants unique. The tourist posters on the wall, one of them a unique collector's item from the early 1900's. The Danish lunch special. And many other items.
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Denmark is one of Europe's smallest countries, located at the top of the European continent
The best known danes are - of course - the vikings.
The vikings lived in Denmark, Norway and Sweden between AD 700 and 1050.
Most archeological sites are found in modern-day Denmark.
CANADA ? Yes, the Vikings discovered North America long before Columbus, at L'Anse aux Meadows in Newfoundland - the site was only re-discovered in 1960. Take a look at the Canadian Government's
Remnants of the viking culture exist in our language today - "York" is derived from city's old name "Jorvik", and the days Wednesday, Thursday and Friday are named after the Gods Odin, Thor and Freia.
The Little Mermaid
Look at the poster in the Lighthouse Café, and you'll immediately recognize her. Most people get acquainted with Denmark through the fairy tales of Hans Christian Andersen. The Little Mermaid is his most famous fairy tale, and the statue of The Little Mermaid has over the years become one of the most popular attractions in Copenhagen.
The Tivoli Gardens
Another popular attraction, right in the heart of Copenhagen, is the amusement park called
The rich history and great food, makes a visit to Denmark an unforgettable experience.