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Welcome to the August newsletter.
Rainy Summer And Not A Very Good Forecast.
Hi <> weather wise it has been a very average summer in Denmark.
This summer has been quite a mixture of rainy and sunny days.
A big downpour in Copenhagen in early July did a lot of damage and brought the traffic to a standstill for a couple of days.
July was the seventh wettest month since 1874 where Denmark started to register the rainfalls , with 113 mm of rain or 71 % over the norm for July.
The next 8-10 days don’t seem to be a lot better with a forecast for rain and thunderstorms and 15-20 degrees for most of the country.
Record high tower at Legoland.
The first week in July Legoland in Billund mastered the building of the world tallest Lego tower.
31.39 meters tall, 20 centimetres taller than the previous record, over half a million of Lego bricks was used to build the tower.
More than 1700 visitors over 3 days gave a hand putting the bricks together for the record high tower.
Sunset at Copenhagen Airport.
Photo by Arne V. Petersen, Copenhagen Airports A/S.
<> did you know.
Copenhagen Airport is the biggest and busiest airport in Scandinavia and the main airport for SAS (Scandinavia Airline System)
The airport is also known as Kastrup Airport mainly among the local Danish people.
The airport was founded in 1925 and was one of the first civil airports in the world.
Every two and a half minute a plane takes off or lands at Copenhagen Airport.
For more information go to Copenhagen Airport
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