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Jul 04, 2006


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Quotidian Grace

I would never have guessed the answer was in Denmark. My guess would have been London or Mexico City because of the large ex-pat communities there.

Thanks for this interesting post!

Michael Kruse

Thanks QG.

I am not sure if any nation has had as a high a percentage of its population migrate to the US. It is a small portion of the total US population but a significant number of the Danish population over the past couple of centuries. I think that may be a key factor in the close affiliation.

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