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About Denmark

Denmark is located in northern Europe bordering the Baltic Sea and the North Sea. It borders just one country, which is Germany situated in the south. In the northeast, Sweden is located across the Kattegat Sea, which separates it from the Scandinavian border.

The terrain in Denmark is mostly low and flat with gentle rolling plains. Its flat terrain is the main reason why it has one of the highest percentage of land suitable for growing crops than any country in the world. Denmark’s highest point is just 171 meters, which is a hill known as Mollehoj.

Jutland Peninsula is the mainland region of Denmark. The rest of Denmark is the Danish Archipelago, which consists of a group of more than 400 islands. Seventy of the islands are inhabited, with the remainder completely empty of human settlements.

Capital city

Copenhagen

Major Cities

Aarhus
Aalborg
Esbjerg
Frederikshavn
Odense
Svendborg

Cities, towns and villages

Agger
Ars
Auning
Bjerringbro
Bronderslev
Dronninglund
Ebeltoft
Fjerritslev
Gilleleje
Grena
Gudumholm
Haderslev
Hals
Helsingor
Herning
Hillerød
Hirtshals
Hjorring
Holbaek
Holstebro
Horsens
Hurup
Hvalpsund
Jerup
Kalundborg
Karup
Kjellerup
Klitmoller
Kobenhavn
Kolding
Lemvig
Lild Strand
Logstor
Naestved
Nibe
Norresundby
Nykobing
Osterby
Osterild
Ramten
Randers
Ringsted
Roskilde
Silkeborg
Skagen
Skanderborg
Skive
Slagelse
Snedsted
Sonderborg
Sorø
Struer
Thisted
Thyboron
Tisvildeleje
Vedsted
Vejle
Viborg
Vinding

Lakes, rivers and creeks

Arreso
Baltic Sea
Bay of Mecklenburg
Kattegat
North Sea
Skagerrak

Major regions of Denmark

Hovedstaden (Capital Region)
Midtjylland (Central)
Nordjylland (North)
Sjaælland (Zealand)
Syddanmark (Southern)

Northern Europe

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