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Denmark is the smallest of the . Denmark, the and are collectively and formally known as The Danish Realm. While all three have their own constituent parliaments, they are also part of The Kingdom of Denmark with Queen Margrethe II as symbolic monarch.
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is the capital city of and forms the moderate conurbation that one million Danes call home.

is the main city on the peninsula in .

is the central area and the historical heart of , bounded by the lakes circling the inner city and the harbour, it reflects the entire city’s extent during the reign of King Christian IV, when the town was fortified.

The is a green suburban district north of .

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is the largest island in , located between the Island of and the southern tip of .

is the mainland part of . It is a large peninsula connected to the European continent and stretching northwards towards the Scandinavian Peninsula.

is 's second largest island, between the peninsula, and the capital island of .

is one of 's archipelagoes, named for the largest islands and .

, the South Funen Archipelago, is located south of the island of , comprising 55 islands and islets, at the mouth of the Baltic Sea, with a bit more than 20,000 inhabitants in total.

is 's crown jewel. The "Pearl of the Baltic" has sandy beaches on the south of the island which are renowned for their Mediterranean light and feel.

Denmark

  • Location: ,
  • Population: 5,480,000
  • Latitude of center: 55.99° or 55° 59' 24" north
  • Longitude of center: 9.58° or 9° 34' 48" east
  • Elevation: 50 meters (164 feet)
  • Capital:
  • Area: 43,094 km² (16,639 miles²)
  • Languages: Danish, English, Faroese and German
  • Currency: Krone (DKK)
  • Phone code: 45
  • Internet domain: .dk
  • Neighbors:
  • GeoNames ID: 2623032

Other Names for Denmark

  • Afrikaans: Denemarke
  • Akan: Dɛnmak
  • Albanian: Danimarka
  • Albanian: Danimarkë
  • Amharic: ዴንማርክ
  • Arabic: الدانمرك
  • Arabic: الدنمارك
  • Aragonese: Dinamarca
  • Armenian: Դանիա
  • Arpitan: Danemârc
  • Asturian: Dinamarca
  • Azerbaijani: Danemarka
  • Bambara: Danemarki
  • Basque: Danimarka
  • Bavarian: Dänemark
  • Belarusian: Данія
  • Bengali: ডেনমার্ক
  • Bengali: ডেন্মার্ক
  • Bosnian: Danska
  • Breton: Danmark
  • Bulgarian: Дания
  • Burmese: ဒိန်းမတ်
  • Catalan: Dinamarca
  • Central Khmer: ដាណឺម៉ាក
  • Central Kurdish: دانمارک
  • Chinese: 丹麦
  • Chuvash: Дани
  • Cornish: Danmark
  • Corsican: Danimarca
  • Croatian: Danska
  • Czech: Dánsko
  • Danish: Danmark
  • Danish: Kongeriget Danmark
  • Dutch: Denemarcken
  • Dutch: Denemarken
  • Dzongkha: ཌེན་མཱཀ
  • English: Kingdom of Denmark
  • Esperanto: Danio
  • Esperanto: Danujo
  • Estonian: Taani
  • Ewe: Denmark nutome
  • Faroese: Danmark
  • Faroese: Danmørk
  • Finnish: Tanska
  • French: Danemark
  • Fulah: Danmark
  • Galician: Dinamarca - Danmark
  • Galician: Dinamarca
  • Ganda: Denimaaka
  • Ganda: Denmarki
  • Georgian: დანია
  • German: Dänemark
  • Greek: Δανία
  • Gujarati: ડેનમાર્ક
  • Haitian: Danmak
  • Hausa: Danmark
  • Hebrew: דנמרק
  • Hindi: डेनमार्क
  • Hungarian: Dánia
  • Icelandic: Danmörk
  • Ido: Dania
  • Iloko: Dinamarka
  • Interlingua (International Auxiliary Language Association): Danmark
  • Irish: An Danmhairg
  • Italian: Danimarca
  • Japanese: デンマーク
  • Japanese: デンマーク王国
  • Kalaallisut: Danmarki
  • Kannada: ಡೆನ್ಮಾರ್ಕ್
  • Kashmiri: Ḍēnamārka
  • Kashubian: Dëńskô
  • Kazakh: Дания
  • Kikuyu: Denmaki
  • Korean: 덴마크
  • Kurdish: Danîmarka
  • Lao: ເດນມາກ
  • Latin: Dania
  • Latvian: Dānija
  • Ligurian: Danemarca
  • Limburgan: Denemarke
  • Lingala: Danɛmarike
  • Lithuanian: Danija
  • Low German: Däänmark
  • Luba-Katanga: Danemalaku
  • Luxembourgish: Dänemark
  • Macedonian: Данска
  • Malagasy: Danmarka
  • Malayalam: ഡെന്മാർക്ക്
  • Malayalam: ഡെന്‍മാര്‍ക്ക്
  • Maltese: Danimarka
  • Manx: Yn Danvarg
  • Marathi: डेन्मार्क
  • Narom: Dannemar
  • Nauru: Denemark
  • Nepali (macrolanguage): डेनमार्क
  • Nepali (macrolanguage): डेन्मार्क
  • North Ndebele: Denmakhi
  • Northern Sami: Dánmárku
  • Norwegian: Danmark
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Danmark
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Danmark
  • Novial: Dania
  • Occitan (post 1500): Danemarc
  • Official Aramaic (700-300 BCE): ܕܐܢܡܐܪܩ
  • Old English (ca. 450-1100): Denemearc
  • Oriya (macrolanguage): ଡେନମାର୍କ
  • Ossetian: Дани
  • Pampanga: Dinamarka
  • Pennsylvania German: Denemarrick
  • Persian: دانمارک
  • Piemontese: Danimarca
  • Polish: Dania
  • Portuguese: Dinamarca
  • Pushto: ډنمارک
  • Pushto: ډېنمارک
  • Quechua: Danmarka
  • Quechua: Dansuyu
  • Romanian: Danemarca
  • Romansh: Danemarc
  • Rundi: Danimariki
  • Russian: Дания
  • Sango: Danemêrke
  • Sanskrit: डेनमार्क
  • Sardinian: Danimarca
  • Scottish Gaelic: An Danmhairg
  • Serbian: Данска
  • Serbo-Croatian: Danska
  • Sicilian: Danimarca
  • Sinhala: ඩෙන්මාර්කය
  • Slovak: Dánsko
  • Slovenian: Danska
  • Spanish: Dinamarca
  • Swahili (macrolanguage): Denmaki
  • Swedish: Danmark
  • Tagalog: Dinamarka
  • Tajik: Дания
  • Tamil: டென்மார்க்
  • Telugu: డెన్మార్క్
  • Tetum: Dinamarka
  • Thai: ประเทศเดนมาร์ก
  • Thai: เดนมาร์ก
  • Tibetan: ཌེན་མཱརྐ།
  • Tibetan: དན་མྲག
  • Tigrinya: ዴንማርክ
  • Tonga (Tonga Islands): Tenimaʻake
  • Turkish: Danimarka
  • Uighur: دانىيە
  • Ukrainian: Данія
  • Upper Sorbian: Danska
  • Urdu: ڈنمارک
  • Vietnamese: Đan Mạch
  • Volapük: Danän
  • Waray (Philippines): Dinamarka
  • Welsh: Denmarc
  • Western Frisian: Denemark
  • Yiddish: דענמארק
  • Yoruba: Orílẹ́ède Dẹ́mákì
  • Zulu: i-Denmark
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