Lucille: Hello. I'm Lucille from France.
Lasse: And hello. My name is Lasse and I come from Denmark. And today's question is what is the most interesting thing about your country? And Lucille, you think we should turn it around and say what I think is the most interesting thing about France?
Lucille: Yeah, exactly. So if you would go to France, what do you think you would like to see?
Lasse: Uhm, I would probably go to Paris because you know, it's like the city and I would go to see the Eiffel tower and probably go to see Louvre as well. Is that pronounced correct?
Lucille: The Louvre.
Lasse: The Louvre.
Lucille: Ah, okay. Yeah, actually, I think our country has a touristic place but I think that if you don't want to go to Paris and want to see another part of France, I would advice you to go to Brittany. It's in the north of France and it's close to the sea and it's really pretty because it's less touristic but there's like amazing sightseeing and the sea. It's quite cold because we share it with Britain, but it's like really amazing places to see. And me, if I would go to Denmark, I think I would totally go and take a picture where there is a little mermaid.
Lasse: Oh, the little mermaid, yeah of course. Honestly, I wouldn't do that either. I mean it's just a little statue and it's just come and take a picture but it's not really anything to do with Denmark. I would try and go to Copenhagen in the city like the old time maybe Christiantown and try to find a small coffee shop and maybe go to just a bar and listen to some music and just find some good food . Yup, that's what I would do but of course, go see the little mermaid. At least you can check it off your bucketlist.
So guys, the question for you, what is the most interesting thing in your country and what would you recommend anyone to go and see?
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