You can find on this page the blank map of Denmark to print and to download in PDF. The contours map of Denmark presents the international boundary of Denmark in Northern Europe. You can use the vector map of Denmark for personal or educational use.

Blank map of Denmark

Empty map of Denmark

The blank map of Denmark shows the country Denmark empty. This blank map of Denmark will allow you to use the map for personal activities or educational with children for example (drawing). The empty map of Denmark is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Denmark size is comparable to that of Nova Scotia. Denmark has a 68 km border with the German state of Schleswig-Holstein as youcan see in the Blank map of Denmark. Denmark experiences a temperate climate. This means that the winters are mild and windy and the summers are cool. The local terrain is generally flat with a few gently rolling plains. The territory of Denmark includes the island of Bornholm in the Baltic Sea and the rest of metropolitan Denmark, but excludes the Faroe Islands and Greenland.

The island of Bornholm (which is located in the Baltic Sea) position gives Denmark complete control of the Danish Straits (Skagerrak and Kattegat) linking Baltic and North Seas. The country of Denmark natural resources include petroleum, natural gas, fish, salt, limestone, stone, gravel and sand as its shown in the Blank map of Denmark. Denmark is not divided into provinces rather it is a unitary state made up of proper Denmark and two autonomous territories of Greenland and Faroe Island.

Of the 443 islands of Denmark, 72 are inhabited, with the largest being Zealand and Funen as its mentioned in the Blank map of Denmark. The island of Bornholm is located east of the rest of the country, in the Baltic Sea. Many of the larger islands are connected by bridges; the Øresund Bridge connects Zealand with Sweden; the Great Belt Bridge connects Funen with Zealand; and the Little Belt Bridge connects Jutland with Funen. Ferries or small aircraft connect to the smaller islands.

Denmark map outlines

Map of Denmark contours

The Denmark map outline shows all the contours and international boundary of Denmark. This outline map of Denmark will allow you to easily learn about neighboring countries of Denmark in Northern Europe. The Denmark contours map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Denmark borders both the (Baltic Sea) and the North Sea along its 7,314 km (4,545 mi) tidal shoreline (including bays and inlets), whereas the general coastline is much shorter, at 1,701 km (1,057 mi), as it would, among other geographical features, not include most of the 1,419 offshore islands (each defined as exceeding 100 square meters in area) and the 180 km long Limfjorden, which separates Denmark second largest island, North Jutlandic Island, 4,686 km2 in size, from the rest of Jutland as you can see in Denmark map outlines.

Denmark proper shares a border of 68 kilometres with Germany to the south and is otherwise surrounded by tidal shoreline (including small bays and inlets). No location in Denmark is further from the coast than 52 km (32 mi). On the southwest coast of Jutland, the tide is between 1 and 2 m (3.28 and 6.56 ft), and the tideline moves outward and inward on a 10 km (6.2 mi) stretch as its shown in Denmark map outlines.

The above outline map represents Denmark, a country in Northern Europe. As can be observed from the map, Denmark comprises of the Jutland Peninsula and an archipelago of 443 named islands, on the east of the peninsula. In 2013, the most populated islands of Denmark are Zealand, Funen, North Jutlandic Island, Amager, Lolland, Als, Falster, Bornholm, Mors, and Langeland.

Denmark map vector

Map of Denmark vector

The vector map of Denmark shows entire surface of Denmark empty. This vector map of Denmark will allow you to make changes or add details to the map of Denmark in Northern Europe, for personal or educational purposes. The vectorial map of Denmark is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Denmark terrain is mostly flat, with gently rolling hills. During the Ice Age, glaciers moved slowly across the landmass and shaped the country that exists today. Denmark has a long coastline with many lagoons, gulfs, and inlets. No part of Denmark is more than 32 miles (67 kilometers) from the sea as you can see in Denmark map vector. The country is almost two times the size of Massachusetts.

The Danish islands are found around Denmark coastline as its mentioned in Denmark map vector. There are a number of small islands that have disappeared in the past because of geological activities. Danish is the official language spoken, and Christianity is the most popular religion in the Danish islands. The islands have a low birth rate, an estimated 1.73 children for every woman and most of its inhabitants are elderly. An estimated 88% of the population are Danes by descent, and the rest are immigrants and their offspring. Most of the Islands have fertile soils suitable for agriculture and sandy beaches that have led to a flourishing of tourism.

Denmark Locations as its shown in Denmark map vector: Albaek Bugt, Arhus Bugt, Baltic Sea, Ho Bugt, Jammerbugten, Kattegat, Kieler Bucht, Kummel Bank, Laeso Rende, Lille Baelt, Limfjorden, Mariager Fjord, Mecklenburger Bucht, Nissum Bredning, Nissum Fjord, North Sea, Randers Fjord, Ringkobing Fjord, Saltbaek Vig Lake, Skagerrak, Stadil Fjord, Store Baelt, Tannis Bugt, Thyboron Kanal, Tisso Lake, Vejl Fjord and Vigso Bugt.