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With Denmark once again engaged in a national conversation about what makes one 'Danish', Queen Margrethe II told German newspaper Der Spiegel that she represents "all people who are citizens of the Danish nation".

The queen spoke with Der Spiegel ahead of her weekend trip to attend the reopening of the refurbished Castle Church in Wittenberg, where Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the door of the church and started the protestant reformation.

Queen Margrethe was asked about the recent widely-praised speech by King Harald of Norway in which the Norwegian monarch talked about the changing face of his country.


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