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Other important celebrations include the carnival “Fastelavn” in February, New Year and Great Prayer Day, which was established to combine several traditional holidays into one day.
There are also May Day (Labour Day) and April Fools Day, where Danes tease each other with pranks and outlandish stories.
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In Denmark, great attention is paid to traditions and festivals, though without great ceremony.
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Many Danish traditions are based around the Christian calendar, with Christmas, Easter and St.
John’s Eve (at the end of June) being some of the most important and typically spent together with family.
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