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Denmark

Denmark Denmark is not that beig, but still there is pleanty to see. The main part of the country is atached to Germany, and then the two main islands are bounded by brigdes. You can start out in Copenhagen the great capital, filled with cultural and social attractions,not to mention the royal family, then moving on to Odense, the city in which the famous writer H.C.Andersen is born, and then move on the the northen part, where you on the top can stand with a foot in the two seas Skagerak and Kattegat, amazing, right?!

Area: 43.093 Km²
Population: 5.411.000 (1/1/2005)
Density: 126 pop/Km²

System of government: Constitutional monarchy
Capital: Copenhagen (502.000 pop., 1.815.000 urban aggl.)
Major cities: Århus 228.500 pop., Odense 145.600 pop., Ålborg 121.500 pop.
Ethnic majority: Danish 95%, European 3%, Asian 1%, others 1%
Border countries: Germany SOUTH

Principal mountains: Ejer Bavnehøj 170,95 m, Yding Skovhøj 170,89 m
Principal rivers: Gudenå 158 Km, Storå 104 Km, Varde Å 100 Km
Principal lakes: Arresø 37 Km², Stadil Fjord 19 Km², Esrum Sø 18 Km², Mossø 17 Km², Salgbæk Vig 16 Km²
Principal islands: Sjælland 7031 Km², Vendsyssel-Thy 4685 Km², Fyn 2985 Km², Lolland 1243 Km², Bornholm 588 Km², Falster 514 Km²
Climate: Temperate

Language: Danish
Religion: Evangelical Lutheran 86,5%, Muslim 2%, other 11,5%
Currency: Danish Krone (DKK)

Fixed public holidays: 1/1, 3/5, 5/6, 24/12, 25/12, 26/12, 31/12
Dialling code: 0045
GMT: +1

Dependences: Greenland (2.176.165 Km², 56.400 pop.), Faroe Islands (1399 Km², 48.400 pop.)

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