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  1. Dänemark (dänisch Danmark [ˈdænmɑk]) ist ein Land im nördlichen Europa und neben Grönland und den Färöern eines der drei Länder des Königreiches Dänemark. Das zwischen der Skandinavischen Halbinsel und Mitteleuropa gelegene Landesgebiet umfasst eine Fläche von 43.094 km², wovon 23.872 km² auf die Halbinsel Jütland und ...

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    Denmark has flat, arable land, sandy coasts, low elevations, and a temperate climate. It had a population of 5,964,059 (1 December 2023), of whom 800,000 live in Copenhagen (2 million in the wider area). [19] Denmark exercises hegemonic influence in the Danish Realm, devolving powers to handle internal affairs.

  3. A Dinamarca consiste na península da Jutlândia (Jylland) e de 443 ilhas com nome, das quais 76 são habitadas, e entre as quais as mais importantes são Fiónia e a Zelândia (Sjælland) onde localiza-se Copenhaga a capital do país. A ilha de Bornholm localiza-se um pouco para leste do resto do país, no mar Báltico.

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    • Copenhague, 55°43′N 12°34′E
  4. Dinamarca (em Inglês e dinamarquês: Denmark, [ˈd̥ɛnmɑɡ̊]), oficialmente Reino da Dinamarca, é um país nórdico da Europa setentrional e membro sênior do Reino da Dinamarca, que têm como dependências a Groenlândia e as Ilhas Feroé, além da Dinamarca propriamente dita. É o mais meridional dos países nórdicos, a sudoeste da ...

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    Denmark was first united in the 10th century, during the Viking period, by king Harald Bluetooth (c.985), who first converted Denmark to Christianity. The Vikings are well known for invading countries. In the 11th century, the Danish Vikings controlled England (the Danelaw) for a while. In 1397 Denmark, Sweden and Norway became a single country wit...

    Denmark is the smallest of the Scandinavian countries. The neighbours are Germany (to the south), Sweden (to the east), Norway (to the north) and the United Kingdom (to the west). The country is surrounded by the sea except for Jutland (Jylland), the largest part of Denmark. It is connected to Germany by land. To the south-east there is the Baltic ...

    Denmark has three branches of power; the judiciary (the courts), the executive (the Prime Minister and the cabinet) and the legislature (the Danish parliament). The current Prime Minister of Denmark is Mette Frederiksen, who was electedin June 2019. Denmark is a Kingdom which means it has a monarch (a king or queen). The current monarch is Queen Ma...

    The biggest part (90.5%) of Denmark's population of just under 5.4 million is of Danish descent, according to 2009 statistics. Of the rest 8.9% who are immigrants or descendent from recent immigrants, many come from South Asia or the Middle East. There are also small groups of Inuit from Greenland and Faroese. Minorities in Denmark include Turks, P...

    Because of the many islands, Denmark has many bridges. The main parts of the country, and most of the bigger islands, are connected by roads and railroads. One of the world's longest bridges connects the eastern and the western parts of the country, and there is a large bridge to Sweden also. There is still no bridge across the Baltic Sea to German...

    The people of Denmark have always depended on the sea. In earlier days, people could not travel anywhere unless they went by boat. Many Danes were fishermen or merchants. Even today, many Danes spend much time near or at the sea. Farming has always been one of the main occupations. Because of the climate and the soil, Denmark is a good place for ag...

    Monarch is a word that means king or queen. Denmark is the oldest monarchy in Europe. The current monarch is Queen Margrethe II, who has been the queen since 1972. Denmark does not currently have a King. Margrethe's husband was called a prince because he was the son-in-law, not the son, of the previous King. He died on 13. February 2018 at the age ...

    Denmark.dk Archived 2020-12-11 at the Wayback Machine– The official website of Denmark
  5. Denmark is located southwest of Sweden and due south of Norway and is bordered by the German state (and former possession) Schleswig-Holstein to the south, on Denmark's only land border, 68 kilometres (42 miles) long. Denmark borders both the Baltic and North seas along its 8,750 km (5,440 mi

  6. Denmark is the smallest and southernmost of the Nordic countries. Unified in the 10th century, it is also the oldest. Located north of its only land neighbour, Germany, south-west of Sweden, and south of Norway, it is located in northern Europe. From a cultural point of view, Denmark belongs to the family of Scandinavian countries although it ...