Nebraskans tend to have strong connections to their cultural roots, and nowhere is that more apparent than in the handful of communities which base their identities around a shared heritage. Dannebrog, a little village of around 300 in Howard County, is the Danish Capital of Nebraska, and they put their roots on display every day of the year.
The friendly village welcomes visitors at all times of the year, but particularly during Grundlovsfest in June and the Old-Fashioned Danish Christmas festival in December. Whether you stop by for a pizza or just want to take a stroll around the trail and take in the sights of this quaint town, you’ll find that Dannebrog is a quintessential small Nebraskan town…with an enchanting European flair.
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