A 120-year-old lighthouse has been put on wheels and rails and moved back from the eroding North Sea coastline in north-western Denmark. The now-defunct Rubjerg Knude lighthouse was moved 300ft inland, said Kjeld Pedersen, the mason in charge of
US president Donald Trump said he is postponing an upcoming meeting with Denmark's prime minister because she is not interested in discussing a proposed sale of Greenland. Mr Trump recently floated the idea of purchasing the island
Your childhood treehouse has nothing on this. This 148-foot-tall spiral observation tower is pretty impressive all on its own, offering an amazing 360-degree bird's eye view of the landscape — with an unobstructed view of more
A team of scientists and engineers are camped above an abandoned Cold War military base that's buried 30 meters below Greenland's ice sheet that could become an environmental catastrophe. They're part of a special climate
Denmark, with a population of just over 5m people, has been named the third happiest country in the world for 2018 — a qualification that the Scandinavian country has earned for seven continuous years. This puts Denmark ahead of Canada
Whether it was cooing over Prince Louis‘s Lindo Wing debut or the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s first kiss, the world’s love affair with the British royal family continues to flourish.But what if we told you that there are another 25 monarchies across the globe?Yes, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have some serious competition if they wish to hold on to every self-confessed royalist’s fandom.From Queen Letizia and King Felipe of Spain to Japan’s Imperial Family, take a trip across the globe to meet some of the lesser known crown-bearers.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: From Harry and Meghan to Charles and Camilla: Where each member of the royal family livesClog dancing, pretzel making and DJing: The surprising skills the royal family’s picked up on their tours abroad Fit for a Queen: The royal residences you can spend the night at
If you want to be happy at work, have a nice short week, plenty of holidays, and good pay, then it's time to move to Denmark. It has taken the top spot in a study by ACA of the best places to work around the world. If Denmark doesn't
Winter in the UK might spell drizzly, pitch black mornings and a general dampening of our spirits. But thanks to our Danish counterparts, the hibernating season is looking up.Surely you’ve heard of ‘Hygge’ the buzzword sweeping the lifestyle world and promising to transform our winter for the better?While the phrase is tricky to translate into English, it can loosely defined as a sense of cosiness. It’s all about contentment achieved from small, fulfilling pleasures and quality time with friends and family. And the Danes strive to achieve it all year round.It’s pronounced “hoo-guh” - a lot like the sound you might make when clearing your throat.Confusingly it’s an adjective, verb and noun all in one. But put aside your reservations, because considering the Danish are the happiest people in the world, there’s obviously something in it. Especially as a staggering nine new books dedicated to the topic have been released this year (from The Little Book of Hygge to Hygge: The Danish Art of Happiness).“The rest of the world seems to be slowly waking up to what Danes have been wise to for generations – that having a relaxed, cosy time with friends and family, often with coffee, cake or beer, can be good for the soul,” Helen Russell, author of The Year of Living Danishly: Uncovering the Secrets of the World’s Happiest Country told the BBC.“Hygge seems to me to be about being kind to yourself – indulging, having a nice time, not punishing or denying yourself anything.”So how can we achieve this elusive sense of Hygge? Here are 8 simple tips to live more Danishly this winter.
The Mediterranean might be one of the best places in the world for a beach holiday, offering the turquoise waters of Mallorca and the heavenly sands of Sardinia, but some of Europe's more underrated summer destinations are just as glorious.
A classic Volkswagen Beetle that has covered just 90 km (55 miles) since it was registered in 1974 is to be offered at Silverstone Auctions' upcoming Classic Race Aarhus Auction in Denmark. The exceptional model has had one owner from new,
Photo credit: Silverstone Auction A recreation of a Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR, used by Sir Stirling Moss in the 1955 Mille Milglia, is topping the bill at the upcoming Classic Race Aarhus Auction. Only nine examples of the original car were ever
Photo credit: Bonhams Electric cars are often seen as a modern phenomenon, with the success of the Tesla Model S and BMW i8 hybrid at the forefront of people's minds. However, this is emphatically not the case, as the Woods Brougham
YouTube/Casper Sanderson Walt Disney's Dumbo isn't the only elephant to rightly lose his rag with a circus trainer, after a trio of abused pachyderms went on a rampage at a beach in Denmark. Unsurprisingly, the three mammals became
A video created by a Danish tourist board has been self-titled as 'The World's Most Relaxing Film'. It's a big claim, so does it live up to the hype? The footage features a series of stunning scenery in Zealand,
The Danish government is concerned that cash puts too many "administrative and financial burdens" on shops and that it acts as a drag on GDP growth. (A McKinsey study recently suggested that if you could get rid of the stuff in the US,
Switzerland has been revealed as the world's happiest country in a new study. The World Happiness Report was released by the UN's Sustainable Development Solutions Network who ranked as many as 158 countries in the world. The research
Blackball Media / Jonathan Fleetwood By the time we reached the northernmost prong of Germany in the Tesla Model S yesterday, we'd already established that here was an electric car that could cover long distances with ease – albeit
A Danish architect is attempting to reinvent the zoo as we know it with his 'Zootopia' - a space where humans are hidden from view. Bjarke Ingels is embarking on a project to expand and redevelop the Givskud Zoo in Givskud, Denmark.
An image has recently surfaced on the internet (courtesy of Gizmodo) that reveals the logistical lengths heavy industry manufacturers go to in order to transport their gigantic
A two-year experiment by the Danish road authorities has revealed that the accident rate has fallen on both single carriageway rural roads and motorways, where the speed limit has been
The world's happiest country has just been named, and guess what? It's not Britain. If you're in need cheering up, you should head straight to Scandinavia, a new report suggests. Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland all feature
Staff at a Coop in Denmark were somewhat surprised when they opened crates of bananas from Columbia, because nestling in among the fruit was 220lbs of cocaine. The company contacted the police and their banana supplier, but so far no arrests
Dutch design company TNO is working on a new breed of external airbags that will strive to save the lives of cyclists and pedestrians unfortunate enough to be struck by a vehicle. Car manufacturers are constantly aiming to offer potential
Wondering what to do in Copenhagen? Check out our guide to the best things to do in Denmark's capital city, with travel information and visitors tips.
Tiger at Copenhagen Zoo: AP A man has been eaten alive by three Amur tigers after entering their enclosure at Copenhagen Zoo. The 21-year-old, who had a Danish resident's permit but was not from the country, apparently jumped over the