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Constitution Day (‘Grundlovsdag’) is observed in Denmark on 5 June: the day honors the Constitution of Denmark, as both the first constitution of 1849 and the current constitution of 1953 were signed on this date of their respective years. As Denmark is one of only a handful of countries not to have an official national day, ‘ Constitution Day’ is sometimes considered the equivalent of such a day: it is also widely considered to be a day for celebrating Danish democracy.