Synonyms for dorte or Related words with dorte
Examples of "dorte"
Mandrup-Poulsen (born 26 July 1961) is a Danish architect, founder and owner of the architectural practice
Mandrup Arkitekter which is based in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The hotel has been used as a location in the films "
It was adapted for use as a company headquarters by
Mandrup in 2000.
is a 1951 Danish family film directed by Jon Iversen.
of Rosenborg (née Anne
Maltoft-Nielsen; October 3, 1947 – January 2, 2014) was a Danish countess and widow of the late Count Christian of Rosenborg (1942–2013), the grandson of King Christian X of Denmark. Prince Christian had to give up his princely rank in order to marry her because she was a commoner. The couple married on February 7, 1971, earning her the title "Her Excellency Countess Anne
Christiansen (born unknown) is a former Danish international cricketer who represented the Danish national team between 1983 and 1999.
The Brackendale Art Gallery, owned by artists Thor and
Froslev, is a major cultural institution in the region, featuring local artists and visiting exhibitions.
Christensen is a Danish former cricketer. She played eleven Women's One Day International matches for Denmark women's national cricket team between 1995 and 1999.
Since 1991, Anne
and Christian of Rosenborg resided in a detached classical wing of the royal palace Sorgenfri in Lyngby near Copenhagen.
Lohse Rasmussen (born 16 March 1971) is a road cyclist from Denmark. She participated at the 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2011 UCI Road World Championships.
Jensdatter (1672–1722), was a Danish murder victim. She was burned alive by her neighbors, after being accused of witchcraft.
She was the daughter of Christian Conrad Danneskiold-Laurvig and
Sofie von Holstein and married the courtier baron Frederik Ludvig Ernst Bülow in 1763.
Mandrup graduated from the Aarhus School of Architecture in 1991. From 1991–92 she studied "sculpture and ceramics" at the G.S.C Art Department in the United States. She then went to work for Henning Larsen Architects for a few years before, in 1995, co-founding Fuglsang & Mandrup-Poulsen with Niels Fuglsang. This firm was eventually split in 1999 when Mandrup set up her current practice,
Mandrup Arkitekter. It was founded on 30 June 1999 and is based in Copenhagen.
often took part in major public events associated with the Danish royal family, such as the wedding of Crown Prince Frederik at the Church of Our Lady in Copenhagen, and the subsequent reception at Fredensborg Palace. To the broad public, Anne
was known from tabloids and other media, which covered her public appearance. In interviews, Anne
talked about her life in the Danish royal family and about living at Sorgenfri Palace. Thereby she often gave proof of her charming personality and her quick-wittedness: when Anne
, whose father was an employee at a department store, once was asked by a journalist whether her own family background could be compared to her husband's at all, she answered with a touch of humor: "Oh yes, our families had exactly the same Christmas decorations! Those items were passed down to us from both sides, and now we cannot tell anymore what was on which Christmas tree." In a documentary by the Danish broadcasting company TV3 on the topic of dissimilar couples, Anne
and her husband were portraited. On this occasion, Count Christian assured the interviewer that he took the loss of his princely rank due to his marriage calmly.
Helle Møller Jespersen (born 12 February 1968) is a Danish competitive sailor and Olympic medalist. She won a silver medal in the Yngling class at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, together with
Jensen and Christina Otzen.
Kjær is a retired female badminton player from Denmark. Kjær won the gold medal at the 1988 and 1990 European Badminton Championships in women's doubles with Nettie Nielsen.
Nettie Nielsen is a retired female badminton player from Denmark. Nielsen won the gold medal at the 1988 and 1990 European Badminton Championships in women's doubles with
The company was founded in 1950 when Alf Arp-Hansen acquired Gentofte Hotel. His son Henning Arp-Hansen took over operations in 1980.
Krak was appointed as new CEO of the company in 2003.
He was first married to Eva von Brömssen from 1966 to 2000 (her death). He remarried on 21 November 2004 to the scientist
Velling Pedersen, close friend to his first wife Eva. They currently reside in Frölunda, outside Gothenburg.
The 1996 winner, "Kun med dig" by
Andersen and Martin Loft did not qualify for the Eurovision Song Contest 1996, being eliminated in the pre-selection process.
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