Facts & Figures
The Kingdom of Denmark consists of Denmark, Greenland and the Faroe Islands.
Denmark is situated between the North Sea and the Baltic Sea, between Continental Europe and the Scandinavian Peninsula. The Capital is Copenhagen on the island of Zealand.
The Jutland peninsula is connected to continental Europe, bordering Germany to the south. The length of this border is 68 km. To the east, the international waterway of the Sound marks the border to Sweden, only minutes away by the bridge or ferry.
Denmark consists of Jutland and 406 islands connected by numerous bridges and ferries. No Dane lives more than 52 km. from the sea. The total length of the coastline is 7,314 km. Each year more than 125,000 ships pass through the Danish straits.
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