Denmark belongs to one of the three Scandinavian countries located in northern Europe. The population of the country is about 5.5 million. Citizens of Denmark are called Danes, and they’re known to be among one of the happiest people in the world. Furthermore, Denmark includes 406 islands or thereabout, meaning that a larger part of Denmark is surrounded by water. Water permeates every nook and cranny of this country; even Copenhagen, the capital, is situated on the island of Zealand, the largest and most populous island in Denmark. The geographical location of Denmark is amazing, in that other cities of Europe can be easily accessible. For example, you can fly to Berlin within an hour from the Copenhagen airport (Kastrup). From London and Paris, you can fly to Denmark in under two hours while Barcelona, Rome, and Vienna can be reached within three hours. In other words, visiting Denmark from most European countries is fairly easy and affordable.
From a socio-economic perspective, the Danes enjoy a prosperous economy, and the Danish government is known to have little corruption and to be fair. In Denmark, all citizens are treated fairly and equally, and there is no gender in higher esteem than the other. The margin between the rich and the poor isn’t wide, unlike in some other countries of the world. The tax system in Denmark is progressive, i.e., the more money you make, the higher taxes you pay. As a result, Danes enjoy high salaries but also extremely high taxes that, according to the OECD, are the highest in the world. When it comes to Danish women, there are a lot of interesting things to know about them. The first category of Danish women can be categorized as the no-nonsense and more serious types. This group isn’t particularly focused on what they look like; instead, they focus more on matters such as their career, health, and hobbies. Another group of Danish women can be categorized as progressives or leftists, where they are all into feminism, animal rights, and a vegan lifestyle.
Nonetheless, the majority of Danish women are relatively traditional, independent, and no-nonsense. As a matter of fact, most Danish women don’t find feminism very attractive. Instead, they enjoy dressing up, taking good care of themselves, and being educated. These are the modern Danes. When it comes to how Danish women look, a characteristic feature of Danish women is their need for comfort, and thus, most Danish women will dress either stylish or casual, depending on their mood – yet the rule is that comfort is essential. Thus, in contrast to, e.g., Russian Women or Ukrainian women, you don’t see Danish women wear high stilettos unless for very special occasions. Regarding body shape and height, Danish women are relatively tall compared to many other countries, and especially the younger generations enjoy working out regularly. In terms of hair color, most Danish girls are blond when they are born; however, their hair color changes to light brown as they grow older. Although in this day and age you see all kinds of hair colors in Denmark, from red, green and blue as women in Denmark enjoy changing their hair often.