How To Use Danish capital In A Sentence

  • Connie Hedegaard said it is very important to set the deadline "as soon as possible" in the text to be agreed upon in the Danish capital.
  • In fact, the Danish capital is chockablock with exciting new restaurants, many of which are helmed by former Noma chefs and after sampling a few, I can see why many gourmands feel the world's most dynamic dining scene revolves around Denmark. Jill Fergus: Copenhagen Dining Beyond Noma
  • These players, while out for a night in the Danish capital, got involved in a stramash at a Copenhagen nightclub.
  • The Danish capital pretty much covers all the needs of the international visitor, and does it with typical Scandinavian assurance and flair.
  • The Danish capital is all aflutter in anticipation.

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