Frikadeller with rugbrod
Fransk Hot Dogs
flødeboller (Danish Ice Cream)
Many paintings of young women like this one
Polska and the Waltz are traditional Dances where there are dancers accompanied by bag pipes, drums and Norse singing
A lot of modern Danish art has to do with Furniture like this
Modern Popular Danish music is very similar to America’s hip-hop music with a norse twist on it.
Men would wear wool pants and denim style jackets and leather hats
Women would wear plaid or striped dress with bonnet and they would often wear scarves
Women today in Denmark casually wear a tang top and long pants and put on a jacket when it starts to get cold
Popular Danish clothing for men is similar to America. They often where jeans, a t-shirt and a jacket.
Folk Shelter/ Housing
Before Globalization people from the area of Scandinavia would live in long houses made of wooden logs on the side then the roofs were curved to the top.
Traditional Homes in Denmark called Nyhavn are bright colors like yellow to make them stand out. These are very similar to the bright colored painted homes of Puerto Rico
Modern Danish Homes are now made of glass and light colored wood with lots of patio space for parties and celebrations.
In Denmark many new homes are actually being designed similarly to Nyhavns in because people many people are moving there for their traditions.
Danish style Polders
Viking Long Boats
Neils Bohr a Danish physicist helped created the atomic bomb
The Danish are known for their great architecture. Some of the famous building they have made are the Sydney Opera House and the Bagsværd Church.
95% of People In Denmark are Evangelical Lutheran because they are one of the very early adopters of the Lutheranism because they are very close to Germany (Lutheran Hearth)
Denmark shares many of its traditional religions Neopaganism such as with other Scandinavian countries that believe in the mythological gods of the Norse
The Danish people also have great education systems. Denmark is home to some of the smartest scientists ever such as Neils Bohr (Nuclear Physicist) and Tycho Brahe (Astronomer)
In the past few decades Denmark as had many civil rights act such as gender and sexual equality and Copenhagen, Denmark is the most popular place in the world for gay and lesbian couples to live and visit.