Cassandra in Denmark – Week 2

Week 2

This past 2 week in Aarhus, Denmark has been nothing but an adventure of a life time. First, when I came to Aarhus I was very nervous about how different the culture was compared to Canada, I then began school where it opened up a lot more opportunities for me to meet new people from all around the world. As I began to meet new people from all around the world it has opened up my eyes to that ways different cultures do things that I may not be used to, and I believe it has made me a bigger person because of it.

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As I began exploring Aarhus I was lucky to find some free yet enjoyable tourist attractions within the city. The first tourist attraction I did when I arrived in Aarhus was going to Marselisborg Dyrehave which is the deer park, the deer park is a free safari park where the deer roam around freely within a huge park with access to lots of food and water, as well as, company by plenty of people coming around to visit the deer and boars. Next, the second attraction I went to that was right across from the deer park, was the infinite boardwalk at the beach, the boardwalk had a very beautiful scenery as the water was so blue.  I definitely would recommend these two attractions, especially if you are an animal lover it is amazing getting to feed the deer and having them walk right up to you.

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Next, as a group tour with my classmates and I went to the Aros museum which was an unbelievable museum, it had so many interesting exhibits. The exhibits included, a pop art genre by James Rosenquist, a no man is an island- the satanic verses, human nature as well as a few more but those were some of my favourites because of how creative the art was. After touring the museum, at the top of the museum they have a rainbow panorama where you can see the entire city of Aarhus in all different colours, although my recommendation would be to bring sunglasses because I found the different colours quite bright on my eyes. Overall, the museum was definitely very interesting and a must see for anyone travelling to Aarhus.

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