Monthly Archives: January 2021

Looking to visit the northern European country, Denmark? And are you wondering which places are most ideal to check out? I have visited the country a number of times, and I am pleased to provide you with three good candidates for your future sightseeing locations. Let’s dive into them. Kronborg: Not just for fans of Hamlet One of the locations I looked forward to visiting the most, during my first visit in Denmark, was the old castle Kronborg. Haven’t we all heard about it? At least from school, back when we read William Shakespeare’s Hamlet. The castle is located in the northern Sealand town Helsingør, also known as Elsinore in English. Its story and construction dates back all the way to the 1420s, and it’s full of interesting history. I encourage you to check out the castle’s architecture, which is a beauty to behold. There’s also numerous structures and monuments…

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If you are into motor racing, why not visit one of the circuit’s locations, combining watching the Grand Prix in person with perhaps a holiday? Monaco Monaco is considered by many as the playground of the very rich. This is partly due to the principality having scrapped income tax in 1869, making it to this day, a tax haven. Also, Monaco is known for the luxurious lifestyle that its occupants enjoy. The other tax rates for companies and individuals are low, too. The revenue from the sale of luxurious goods and services, in the main, funds the principality. The first motor racing Grand Prix was held there on 14 April 1929. In 1950, the Monaco Grand Prix was included in the first World Championships of Drivers. It was twice bestowed the honor of being the European Grand Prix in 1955 and 1963, a designation given to one Grand Prix race…

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