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Where was I? - Europe Part 1

1. Do you know which country has the oldest continuously used flag? Believe it

or not this country has had the same flag since 1219 which is more than 800 years!!

2. Ruling since 936 A.D this country is also home to the oldest royal family in Europe.

3. In 1989 this country was the first one to legalize same sex marriage.

4. 18 years earlier in 1971, this country established the first ever Ministry of the Environment.

5. This country also home to one of the most unique ski slopes in the world.

This is because it is located on top of a power station in its capital city.

6. If being too high is not for you then this country is also home to

a sculpture museum located inside of a former limestone mine.

7. If you prefer being out in a wide open space, you will enjoy exploring the world's largest maze which is made by 50,000 trees and bushes spanning over 60,000 sq. m

(or 645,000 sq. ft) which is the equivalent of 12 football (soccer) fields.

8. Believe it or not, in 1583 this country opened the world's first ever amusement park.

9. If you love Legos then this country is definitely for you. This is not only their birthplace but it is also home to the first ever Legoland as well as a house made of giant Lego

bricks with sculptures made from over 25 million small legos located inside.

10. To finally rest after all this you can walk around the largest bottled beer collection

containing over 22,000 unique beer bottles located in the nation's capital.

The answer was... DENMARK!!!

Hope you enjoyed the beautiful pictures and fun facts!

Check in next Friday and find out which country I'll do next.

Have a wonderful day!

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Comments (4)

Sep 13, 2023

Lots of fun facts! I couldn't find the answer until the big reveal. Thanks Victor!


Apr 01, 2023



Feb 07, 2023

Hello Victor, I love it. This is so original and interesting ! A wonderful way to travel!


Dec 07, 2022

Hello Victor, I really like your virtual voiyages

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