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Nordic Cities Guide: Sightseeings, People, Culture


These cities are called the Nordic countries because they are very unlike other parts of Europe. The Nordic region is characterized by a culture that is both modern and traditional, giving it a unique appeal. The Nordic cities are the perfect mix of the old and the new, because they offer a variety of activities and tourist attractions for travelers. Visiting one of these cities will allow you to experience both worlds. The rich history and the laid-back atmosphere make Nordic cities very attractive for tourists. It's the perfect place to enjoy an urban lifestyle with a taste for the traditions and modern amenities.

There are many ways to spend your time while visiting these destinations. Some of the popular activities you can do while you're there include shopping, sightseeing, dining at restaurants and visiting junk food shops. But not all of these activities can be done within the Nordic countries alone. You don't need to go to Sweden or Finland just to enjoy cultural events and the tastes of Nordic cuisine.

Scandinavian Women Are The Main Beauty of These Countries

What makes Norwegian girls so attractive is their deep pride and sense of social equality, which stems from the values that Norway has adapted over time. When comparing Norwegians with Americans or other Europeans, it is evident that Norway has not only adopted a progressive stance on gender equality, but also has an open policy when it comes to immigration. Though there are still pockets of discrimination and gender injustice, like anywhere else in the world, these days most of the general population believes that fairness rules everywhere, and that gender equality is a vital part of the Norwegian way of life.

The first thing you need to remember when meeting Norwegian women for the first time is to make sure that you are always on time for the first date. Meeting these women is about building a good impression and showing her that you care about her. If you show her good intentions and that you are interested in taking her for a date, then she would definitely appreciate the fact that you gave your best shot at a relationship and you made the first impression on her in such a great way. Don't worry about the color of your eyes, just make sure that you do something to improve your skills in talking so you can create the right impact on her.

Danish women are known the world over for being some of the skinniest and strongest women in the world. With their voluminous, naturally curly hair, free-flowing bright-red hair and wide, smiling eyes, Danish women seem to be the definition of beauty and good health. And while it's easy to write them off simply as genetically blessed, there are in fact some simple, easily implementable, and easily obtainable reasons why such tall, blonde Nordic Vikings are so brimming with vigor. Whether it's the Bohemian lifestyle that they live, or the knowledge and ability to pick up on male sexual enticement when they find it, or perhaps it is something more along the lines of the deep emotional connection that they have with their husband or partner, the fact remains that many of them seem to live life at its best when they are with their man. Below are some of the more intriguing benefits of being able to keep yourself healthy and attractive by engaging in the fine art of keeping your body fit.

Why Nordic Cities Are The Best Destinations For your Vacation

Nordic cities are some of the best destinations you can visit for your vacations. You should try to discover as much information as you can about them. If you're thinking about taking a vacation in one, there are several things you need to consider before making your final decision. Here's what you should know.

While exploring the rich culture of these Nordic cities, you'll also get to experience a modern urban life. Unlike what you might imagine, the urbanization in these places is not simply a development or modernization of what already exists. Instead, these cities have worked hard over the years to create vibrant, sustainable and attractive urban environments where people can live, work and play. And now you can experience it yourself!

There are many ways to spend your time while visiting these destinations. Some of the popular activities you can do while you're there include shopping, sightseeing, dining at restaurants and visiting junk food shops. But not all of these activities can be done within the Nordic countries alone. You don't need to go to Sweden or Finland just to enjoy cultural events and the tastes of Nordic cuisine.

In fact, the best way to fully appreciate Nordic culture and to truly appreciate Nordic cities is to travel to other parts of Europe. You don't have to visit the Nordic countries to experience other cultures. In fact, by traveling to other European countries, you can enrich your overall European experience and widen your perspective on culture. This will help you appreciate the differences between the Nordic countries, their overall quality of life, as well as the strengths and weaknesses of each country.

The city of Stockholm, which has the most population of any European city, has recently developed great plans to transform the entire city. These plans include building a new metro system, building new bridges, re-doing some old cities, providing better public transportation and more. With these innovative solutions, the city hopes to attract even more immigrants, while still maintaining its reputation as a forward-thinking and sustainable city.

Many cities throughout the Nordic area have seen a recent resurgence in interest in outdoor activities. Cities like Copenhagen and Helsinki have developed great biking and walking paths in response to the increased humanization of these cities. These cities are also seeing innovative solutions to the problem of limited parking spaces, such as re-planning parking lots to create green spaces within city centres. Many cities in the Nordic region are seeing the growth of small, family-owned shops, many of which are now open late at night. This type of business is very popular with the younger generation, who are generally responsible for the growth of this type of shop in recent years.

Finally, one of the greatest issues that many people in these Nordic countries face is the issue of high levels of taxation. In the past, some European countries have been identified as having some of the highest taxes in the world. However, this tax burden is slowly beginning to be lowered throughout the Nordic countries. This bodes well for future economic development. With the help of various Nordic nations, the citizens of these countries can enjoy a high standard of living while paying far less than their counterparts in other parts of Northern Europe.







Call for Nominations for the 2018 Scandinavian Green Roof Award

The Scandinavian Green Roof Award, originally an initiative of The City of Malmö, has been awarded annually to the best green roof project in Scandinavia since the prize’s inception in 2001. The prize is a collaboration between the Scandinavian Green Infrastructure Association, E.ON and the Department of Internal Services in The City of Malmö.

Photo: Panum Institute - 2017 Scandinavian Green Roof Prize recipient.

Photo: Panum Institute – 2017 Scandinavian Green Roof Prize recipient.

Photo: OhBoy by Hauschild + Siegel - 2017 Scandinavian Green Roof Prize recipient.

Photo: OhBoy by Hauschild + Siegel – 2017 Scandinavian Green Roof Prize recipient.

Nominations for the 2018 Green Roof Prize may be sent to using the nomination template downloadable here no later than October 12th, 2018.

 

More information about the Scandinavian Green Roof Prize is here.

BARRIERS AND DRIVERS FOR IMPLEMENTING NATURE-BASED SOLUTIONS – SURVEY FOR EXPERTS

Participate in the survey and promote the development of cities towards sustainable use of Nature-Based Solutions!

ThinkNature EU-project has launched a survey for experts, inquiring about the barriers and drivers for implementing NBS.

You can find the survey here.

Nature-based solutions (NBS) use nature to create sustainability and resilience, adapt to climate change, and counteract the degradation of ecosystems. Such solutions should bring more diverse nature and natural processes into cities, landscapes and seascapes. They are meant to support economic growth, create jobs, enhance human well-being, and be locally adapted and resource-efficient. Read more: The EU Research and Innovation policy agenda on NBS.

Please also spread the link to the survey among your networks: https://www.think-nature.eu/highlights/questionnaire/

Thank you very much for your valuable input!

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Green-blue diamonds in Copenhagen – Study Tour

Tour starts: 08.30 at Rigsarkivets Grønne Taghave (nearby Copenhagen Central Station). Optional: The tour bus will pick up participants in the morning at Malmö Triangeln (south station).

The tour ends: 16.30 at the 8 House (nearby Kastrup airport). Optional: After the tour the bus will stop at ørestad train station, Kastrup Airport (latest  17.00), Triangeln and Malmö C (latest  18.00). Let us know where you prefer to start and end your green blue tour!

Tour cost: 160 euro* (incl. VAT ! ), the cost includes snacks, fruits & lunch-sandwich

Optional: Rooftop lunch + dessert at famous østergro for 20 euro extra (limited spots!)

*Scandinavian Green Infrastructure Association members receive up to 50 % reduction on the tour cost (Gold members 4 pp. and silver members 2 pp.)

Student? Contact us for student offers (SLU, Malmö & Copenhagen University)

Registration:

Include name/names (max 4 pp. / org.), invoice address, contact details & where you want get on/off the tour bus



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