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Things to hate about Scandinavia

We often talk about the greatness of Scandinavia and why you should definitely move to live there. Today, we will be doing something a bit different. We will be mentioning some of the things that may make Scandinavia less attractive compared to some other European regions. It is perfectly okay …

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Norse Gods

Norse gods are perhaps one of the Nordic identity which is not so much known by outsiders. Today the Nordic region teams with civilization which risks making them appear as not having some aspect of traditional belief system. To fully understand the Nordics, it makes a lot of sense to …

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Norse God of War

Norse god of war is part of the rich Norse mythology. The Norse mythology has up to twelve important Gods whose place in the Nordic region myths is highly regarded. Aside from the god of war, Tyr, some other eleven Norse Gods include Odin, Thor, Balder, Vidar, Vale, Brage, Heimdall, …

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A Quick Overview of Iceland

Iceland, although referred to as a Nordic country is also considered Scandinavian by virtue of historical, cultural, and linguistic ties to the original Scandinavian countries. Iceland is an island country in the North Atlantic, with its largest city Reykjavík as its capital. Reykjavík and the surrounding areas in the southwest …

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Important Tips when applying for a job

Having a desire to join the job industry in Scandinavia is one thing and getting to actually work there is another.  For an expatriate, the thin line that separates the worlds  is a properly pitched application.  As the work environment continue to change, employers increasingly focus on the soft skills …

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Why move to Denmark

Why expats should choose Denmark

There are many amazing countries in the world, all competing for your attention. Therefore, picking one to settle down in as an expat can be quite difficult. Today, we will be going through some different reason for why you should choose Denmark as your next destination on your journey as …

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Success Scandinavia

An introduction to the Scandinavian countries

Scandinavia. Almost as far north as you can get before hitting the north pole. Still, these countries have a lot more to offer than just ice and snow. Let us show you what Scandinavia is truly like when you actually look beyond what you might see as a tourist.  A …

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Visby – Gotland

The Viking Town of Visby In the midst of the Baltic Sea lies this gem of an island that in eons has been a popular place for Swedish tourists. Also in recent years, tourists from abroad definitely have discovered this special place, and it is certainly worth it! Here is some …

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Gothenburg-The City by The Sea

Gothenburg Sweden’s second largest city and known for being the home to Liseberg, The Göta Canal, and a lot of fun, but it is also an oasis of shopping, trendy bars and even a dedicated Volvo museum. The city lies on both sides of the Göta Coastal Mouth, and has …

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Aalborg City Guide

Aarhus – The World’s Smallest Big City

Aarhus City The world’s smallest big city, Aarhus, in Denmark, is a vibrant place with Danish charm, beautiful surroundings and sausages. Vikings certainly did something right when they founded this city. With around 330,000 inhabitants, Aarhus is Denmark’s second largest city. Housing around 40,000 students, it is also a young and …

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Walking street Bispensgade in Aalborg


Aalborg – The Gem of Denmark The Cultural and tourist gem Aalborg ahead of the  Lim fjord in North Jutland has become an icon of Denmark, with its charm and attractiveness it is drawing increasing number of visitors. From the days when city was founded by Vikings, Aalborg have developed …

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view of Copenhagen city

Copenhagen – The Green City

Lying on the Denmark coat that overlooks Sweden, the city of Copenhagen is one of the most desirable tourist destinations in all of Scandinavia. Copenhagen City is over 1,000 years old and has been the capital of Denmark for more than half that period. Its proximity to many terrific sites …

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Northern light aurora borealis-Tromso

Tromso – The Northern Paris

Tromso Tromsø lies in the northern part of Norway and was originally a medieval fortress community on the frontier of the wilderness. It lies only a couple of hundred miles away from the Arctic Circle, but it is warmer than most of its surroundings due to the benefits of the …

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Urnes Stave Church-One of the many stave churches in Norway

List over Stave Churches

List Over Stave Churches in Norway In Lustrafjorden, on a beautifully pointed and narrow piece of land that juts out into the sea surrounded by farms and fruit trees, is the stave church which was incorporated into the World Heritage Site in 1979. Urnes stave church is the oldest and most …

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The Scandinavian Cities…let’s get the journey started

Every Scandinavian have experienced it, while visiting a foreign country. Norway mistaken for the capitol of Denmark, in turn mistaken for the capitol of Sweden, and all three countries in turn mistaken for being an unified country. Well, thats a long time ago anyway…. So lets get the story straight, …

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