As it happened: The 2015 Roskilde Festival
The Local · 6 Jul 2015, 09:10
Published: 02 Jul 2015 13:30 GMT+02:00
Updated: 06 Jul 2015 09:10 GMT+02:00
There was so much going on at the Roskilde Festival that it was hard to stay on top of it all. We were at Denmark's wildest party and periodically posted some of the most interesting articles, great photos and much more from this year's event.
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The festival will kick off with the world premier of 'Doctor Strange'. Photo: Marvel/CPH PIX
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Sherin Khankan is one of five female imams-in-training at the new mosque. Photo: Betina Garcia/Scanpix
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The home of a South African farm worker. Photo: Lotte la Cour
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Alternative party leader Uffe Elbæk. File photo: Henning Bagger/Scanpix
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Thom Yorke and the rest of Radiohead have not played in Denmark since the 2008 Roskilde Festival (pictured). Photo: Sara Johannessen / SCANPIX
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Several weather stations recorded autumn's first freezing temps. Photo: Amakar/Iris
Winter is coming.
“It’s not a law of nature that one becomes Danish by living in Denmark." Photo: Henning Bagger/Scanpix
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The Danish flag has never been hoisted at Fredensborg Palace. Photo: Royal Court
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The toe has been part of Birte Brorson's family life for decades. Photo: Nina Brorson
"I brought the toe with me to school once to show my classmates. I said, 'I’ve got his toe at home'. No one believed me, so I brought it there to show them."