Free days in Denmark

Newsletter February 23, 2011
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When do you get free days?
In Denmark you don't only have 5-6 weeks of vacation, there are also a number of free public holidays. Find out when they are and plan great spare time activities.

Things to take to Denmark 
What does one need first when moving to this country? Have you thought of everything?
Add those things that are not on the list as comments. Help other newcomers with your experiences.

Interesting posts
- Extension of residence permit
- Tax relief for distance travelled
- Feedback to the survey: Do you perceive Danes open

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Next Speednetworking event: March 24.

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February 7, 2011
Subject: Minimum salary in Denmark

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Have a great day,
Dagmar Fink

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