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Denmark Autumn holiday

from: http://da.wikipedia.org/wiki/Efter%C3%A5rsferie

Efterårsferien, tidligere kaldet kartoffelferien, er en dansk skoleferie af en uges varighed, typisk uge 42. Feriens oprindelige formål var at børnene skulle kunne hjælpe med kartoffelhøsten. ( Autumn holiday, formerly called potato holiday, is a Danish school holidays by a week, typical week 42. The holiday’s original purpose was that children should help with the potato harvest.)


I dag er efterårsferien den eneste ferie i efterårssemesteret (mens foråret har adskillige helligdage), og adskillige kulturarrangementer lægges derfor op til eller i denne uge. (Today is the autumn holiday, the only holiday in the fall semester (while spring has several public holidays), and several cultural events will therefore be added to or during that week.)


På fredagen før efterårsferien ligger Skolernes Motionsdag og Kulturnatten. ( On the Friday before fall break lies Schools exercise day and Culture.)

Efterårsferien gav i 1986 navn til det største finanspolitiske indgreb i nyere tid, Kartoffelkuren; da den blev vedtaget den 13. oktober 1986. (Autumn holiday in 1986 gave its name to the biggest fiscal intervention in recent times, Potato cure, when it was adopted on 13 October 1986. )


Autumn holiday is a good time for time with family. It is perfectly feasible to keep a cheap autumn abroad otherwise the other stays home to sleep longer and then they go outside with their friends and they can stays up late having fun with their friends.

Everyone’s enjoy their autumn holiday because it’s their time to relax and socialize with family and friends. They don’t need to think more of homework at school or at their work.

October 17, 2010 - Posted by | Uncategorize

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