1. There are more bicycles in Copenhagen, Denmark, than people.
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  2. In Denmark, it's illegal to burn foreign flags, but not illegal to burn the Danish flag.
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  3. The least corrupt countries in the world are New Zealand and Denmark, according to the Corruptions Perception Index.
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  4. Germany, Denmark, Iceland and other countries have official rules about what a baby can be named.
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  5. Denmark's current flag design was first used in 1219. No other modern country has used its flag for so long.
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  6. Denmark holds the largest 4th of July celebration outside the U.S.
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  7. Denmark has more pigs than people.
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  8. Denmark has been inhabited since around 12,500 BC and agriculture has been evident since 3,900 BC.
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  9. Canada and Denmark have been fighting over an uninhabited island by leaving each other bottles of alcohol and changing their flags since the 1930s.
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  10. 99% of Denmark's Jews survived the Holocaust because the Danish organized a massive evacuation to neutral Sweden.
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  11. Iceland severed ties to Denmark and became an independent republic only in 1944.
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  12. The Danish monarchy is over 1000 years old, making it the oldest monarchy in Europe still existing today.
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  13. Bluetooth got its name from the second king of Denmark, King Harald Bluetooth.
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  14. In Denmark, if you are unmarried at 25, you'll get cinnamon thrown all over you on your birthday.
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  15. Denmark charges a tax of 150% on all new car purchases.
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  16. Many cinemas in Denmark show Danish subtitles on Danish films, because of difficulties understanding different dialects.
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  17. There is an underground vault in Denmark containing every Lego set ever.
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  18. The unemployment rate in Denmark is currently so low (4.3%) that Danish companies are desperate to find skilled laborers to hire.
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  19. 32% of journeys in Amsterdam are by bicycle, while in Copenhagen it's 35%.
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  20. The U.S. tried to purchase Greenland from Denmark for US$100 million in 1946.
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