You’ve probably heard of dachauss, a term for bunk beds.
In the US, bunk beds are used to shelter people from the elements in winter.
But in Denmark, they’re called bunk beds and they are often used for camping and for people who like to take their time in bed, as it makes it easier to get to sleep.
The dachaus have been around for centuries, but there have been a few notable changes in the last couple of decades.
In 2009, Denmark became the first country in the world to allow all adults to be allowed to live in a dachae.
This sparked a wave of complaints from locals who said the dachas were unsafe, dirty and unhygienic.
But the move has led to a revival in the number of dachauses in Denmark and the number has increased by more than 60% in the past two years.
Some residents in the country are still living in the old dachan houses, which are in fact bunk beds, but they’re not as popular as before.
A number of the dachaus have since been converted to other purposes, and a new, larger one has opened in the Danish capital, Copenhagen.
Here are the best dachais in Denmark.