They can repay a lower amount than the one the bank has provided in the form of a mortgage.
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Total block of diesel and petrol cars in Europe (according to Denmark)
Proposal (always Danish) to block the sale of used cars
Only electric cars in the Netherlands since 2030 (Amsterdam)
Who is Holland? Holland is a geographical area of the Netherlands with the provinces of North Holland and South Holland which together have around 7,000,000 inhabitants, slightly more than Denmark.
Who is Denmark?
At the European Commission, Denmark proposed to reduce fuel car sales by 2030, and ban them altogether from 2040. The request is supported by several countries
In some wooded areas on the outskirts of Copenhagen six gentle giants (wooden giants) by the sculptor Thomas Dambo have appeared, a specialized artist, as we have seen in the past, in recycled wood sculptures. Dambo’s enormous sculptures have been hidden in Denmark, in Rødovre, Hvidovre, Vallensbæk, Ishøj, Albertslund and Høje Taastrup. All six works were built only with second-hand pieces of wood, made with the help of local artisans.
Among them are “the little Tilde”, “the friendly Teddy”, “Thomas on the Mountain”, “Oscar under bridge”, “The lady of the Hill” and “Louis Sleepy”, all hidden in places, not so secret , of the woods near the capital of Denmark. Each of the giants was made by hand, with construction material from demolished buildings and local trees that fell due to bad weather.
The sculptures are not passive with respect to the viewer, and can be used for active interaction. You can climb on it, use them as observation points or simply explore them, as in “Tilde” which hides as many as 28 bird houses instead of its belly. The installation is destined to become one of the most popular during the (short) Danish summer.
Go on a treasure hunt to find The Six Forgotten Giants in the western municipalities of Copenhagen: Rødovre, Hvidovre, Vallensbæk, Ishøj, Albertslund and Høje Taastrup.
Multi-ethnic war in Denmark
We are in Denmark. Is it possible that a provocative gesture triggers a multi-ethnic war? Apparently yes. A book fallen to the ground. a Koran, sacred to someone, logically less important to others. A provocative gesture by Rasmus Paludan, lawyer and activist of a right-wing party, Stram Kurs, who has been fighting against mass immigration since his foundation. A gesture that could be criticized, certainly a little over the top.
But there is no trace of violence. That is what the “imported Danes” unleashed, putting the city on fire, burning 70 cars, destroying shop windows. Natural clashes with the police, who had to react in various ways, using tear gas and arresting 23 people.
Multi-ethnic war in Denmark
As it happens the place of this wonderful theater of peace between peoples is a multicultural neighborhood: Nørrebro, in the capital Copenhagen, where one inhabitant out of 6 does not have a Danish passport. Nothing comparable to Malmoe or other communities in Sweden or Belgium, but let’s say that significant progress is being made.
In any case, Paludan wanted to repeat the gesture, but was stopped by the police who ordered him to avoid further provocation. Obviously, total silence on the media, which is silent on the matter. Will the case of Notre Dame concentrate all the attention? Perhaps.