People celebrate the liberation of Denmark, in Copenhagen on May 5, 1945.
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I recently stopped in Copenhagen, Denmark, for one day on my way back to Israel. Here are some of my thoughts and impressions.First of all, they do not pronounce the name of their city “Copenhagen” any more than we say “Jerusalem” for our city of Yerushalayim. That was comforting to know. They say something like “Ko-pu-hawn,” with the last part very nasal.