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'''Funen''' is very much "the island in the middle" between Sealand and Jutland. Mockingly it is said that Funen only exists to carry the highway between [[Copenhagen]] and [[Aarhus]], while the locals on the other hand claim to harbour the best traits of both Jutland and Copenhagen. Funen is a place for "good life" and generally easy going. You can easily find good food at reasonable prices (by danish standards) and good humour is everywhere. Maybe this is the reason that some find Funen a tad boring. Funen however has one unrivalled claim to fame: [[Odense]], the main city on Funen, is the birthplace of world famous writer Hans Christian Andersen.
  
 
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Funen is very much "the island in the middle" between Sealand and Jutland. Mockingly it is said that Funen only exists to carry the highway between Copenhagen and Aarhus, while the locals on the other hand claim to harbour the best traits of both Jutland and Copenhagen. Funen is a place for "good life" and generally easy going. You can easily find good food at reasonable prices (by danish standards) and good humour is everywhere. Maybe this is the reason that some find Funen a tad boring. Funen however has one unrivalled claim to fame: Odense, the main city on Funen, is the birthplace of world famous writer Hans Christian Andersen.

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