Anker Boye is the charismatic Mayor of Odense, Denmark’s third largest city. It is a city in transition. “The City of Odense is rethinking itself from a city based on traditional industry to a city based on technology and knowledge,” says Boye.
With a population of 190,000 Odense is situated at the heart of Denmark. The city has a long tradition at being at the forefront of ideas. An English Benedictine monk, Aelnoth, based at the city’s St. Knud’s Monastery wrote Denmark’s first literary work in 1100 and, in 1482, a German . . .
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