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Denmark map

Map of the country Denmark

The Denmark map shows the map of Denmark offline. This map of Denmark will allow you to orient yourself in Denmark in Northern Europe. The Denmark map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Denmark occupies an area of 43,094 square kilometres (16,638.69 sq mi) (excluding the Faroe Islands, and Greenland) as you can see in Denmark map. The size of the land area of Denmark cannot be stated exactly since the ocean constantly erodes and adds material to the coastline, and because of human land reclamation projects (to counter erosion). Located in Northern Europe, Denmark consists of the peninsula of Jutland and 443 named islands (1,419 islands above 100 m² in total). The largest cities with populations over 100,000 are the capital Copenhagen on Zealand; Århus, Aalborg in Jutland; and Odense on Funen.

Denmark is located south of Norway and southwest of Sweden and borders Germany to the south with their border running for 42 miles long as its shown in Denmark map. The Danish territory is made up of the Jutland peninsula and other 443 named islands. The number of Danish islands measuring more than 1,000 square feet in area are 1,419. As of January 2007, only 72 of these islands were inhabited. Among the largest of the Danish islands are Funen and Zealand. Denmark has an extensive network of bridges connecting the larger islands. Zealand is connected to Sweden by the Oresund Bridge while the Great Belt Bridge links Funen to Zealand, and the Little Belt Bridge links Funen to Jutland. The smaller islands are connected to the rest of the country by ferries or small aircraft.

Denmark has historically taken a progressive stance on environmental preservation; in 1971 Denmark established a Ministry of Environment and was the first country in the world to implement an environmental law in 1973 as its mentioned in Denmark map. To mitigate environmental degradation and global warming the Danish Government has signed the following international agreements: Antarctic Treaty; Climate Change-Kyoto Protocol; Endangered Species Act Copenhagen is the spearhead of the bright green environmental movement in Denmark. In 2008, Copenhagen was mentioned by Clean Edge as one of the key cleantech clusters to watch in the book The Cleantech Revolution. The city is the focal point for more than half of Denmark 700 cleantech companies and draws on some 46 research institutions. The cluster employs more than 60,000 people and is characterised by a close collaboration between universities, business and governing institutions.

Denmark on map

Denmark on the map

Denmark on map shows the map of the country Denmark. Denmark on the map will allow you to plan your travel in Denmark in Northern Europe. The Denmark map labeled is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

The Kingdom of Denmark is a unitary state, however the Faroe Islands and Greenland were granted home rule (political autonomy) in 1948 and 1979 respectively, having previously had the status of counties. Extensive powers have been devolved to the Faroe Islands and Greenland which have their own governments and legislatures and are effectively self-governing in regards to domestic affairs. However, the devolved legislatures are subordinate to the Folketing where the two territories are represented by two seats each as you can see in Denmark on map. High Commissioners (Danish: Rigsombudsmand) act as representatives of the Danish government.

Denmark armed forces are known as the Danish Defence (Danish: Forsvaret). During peacetime, the Ministry of Defence in Denmark employs around 33,000 in total. The main military branches employ almost 27,000: 15,460 in the Royal Danish Army, 5,300 in the Royal Danish Navy and 6,050 in the Royal Danish Air Force (all including conscripts) as its shown in Denmark on map. The Danish Emergency Management Agency (Danish: Beredskabsstyrelsen) employs 2,000 (including conscripts), and about 4,000 are in non-branch-specific services like the Danish Defence Command, the Danish Defence Research Establishment and the Danish Defence Intelligence Service. Furthermore around 55,000 serve as volunteers in the Danish Home Guard (Danish: Hjemmeværnet). The Danish Defence has around 1,400 staff in international missions, not including standing contributions to NATO SNMCMG1. The three largest contributions are in Afghanistan (ISAF), Kosovo (KFOR) and Lebanon (UNIFIL). Between 2003 and 2007, there were approximately 450 Danish soldiers in Iraq.

Transport in Denmark is developed and modern. The motorway network now covers 1,111 km while the railway network totals 2,667 km of operational track. The Great Belt Fixed Link (opened in 1997) connecting the islands of Zealand and Funen and the New Little Belt Bridge (opened in 1970) connecting Funen and Jutland have improved the traffic flow across the country on both motorways and rail as its mentioned in Denmark on map. The airports of Copenhagen and Billund provide a variety of domestic and international connections while ferries provide services to the Faroe Islands, Greenland, Iceland, Germany, Sweden, Norway and the United Kingdom as well as routes to the Danish islands.

Detailed map of Denmark

Map of Denmark detailed

The detailed map of Denmark shows a labeled and large map of the country Denmark. This detailed map of Denmark will allow you to orient yourself in Denmark in Northern Europe. The detailed Denmark map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

The land area of Denmark has however proven hard to establish with certainty due to the constant erosion and addition of materials at the coastline by the ocean as you can see in the Detailed map of Denmark. There are numerous human land reclamation projects in response to the erosion that has also made the measuring of the size a big challenge. The tide on the southwestern coast of Jutland is at least 3.28 feet and as high as 6.56 feet. The tideline moves inward and outward on a stretch of 6.2 miles.

The Danish population is estimated to be at least 5,748,769 people as of January 2017 as its shown in the Detailed map of Denmark. Close to 25% of the population resides in the capital and the largest city in the country, Copenhagen. Aarhus is the second largest city in Denmark by size and population being home to about 264,716 people. The Danish population has frequently been ranked as the happiest people in the world by the World’s Happiness Report. This statistic is attributed to the Danish healthcare system and education both of which are highly regarded globally.

Denmark Cities as its mentioned in the Detailed map of Denmark: Abenra, Alborg, Alborg, Arhus, Ballerup-Malov, Esbjerg, Fredericia, Frederikshavn, Gedser, Gladsakse, Glostrup, Grena, Greve, Haderslev, Helsingor, Herning, Hillarod, Hirtshals, Hjorring, Holbaek, Holstebro, Horsens, Kalundborg, Kobenhavn (Copenhagen), Koge, Kolding, Korsor, Lyngby, Middelfart, Nakskov, Norresundby, Nyborg, Nykobing, Odense, Randers, Ribe, Ringkobing, Rive, Rodby Havn, Ronne, Roskilde, Silkeborg, Skagen, Skive, Slagelse, Sonderborg, Soro, Svendborg, Thisted, Thyboron, Tonder, Vejle and Viborg.

Map of Northern Denmark

Map of North Denmark

Map of Northern Denmark shows the North part of the country Denmark. Northern Denmark map will allow you to easily explore areas of the North of Denmark in Northern Europe. The map of Northern Denmark is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Rubjerg Knude, one of Denmark most iconic landmarks, because you have to hurry to see it. In just a few short years the famous lighthouse, perched on cliff-high dunes on Denmark north coast, might plunge right into the sea as you can see in the Map of Northern Denmark. Amazing to think that when it was built over 100 years ago, it was 200m inland. Take paddling to a whole new extreme by standing in two seas at once. Grenen is not only Denmark northernmost point. It is also a natural wonder of colliding seas where the waters do not mix; a unique spectacle that you can only experience at a few places in the world. You will have to leave the swimming to the local seals though. Skagen is a 700-year-old fishing village turned holiday haven. The idyllic seaside town not only oozes Danish hygge, but its rich cultural and culinary heritage makes it the perfect place for quality time, for relaxation and for contemplation.

Råbjerg Mile is a fascinating phenomenon; a giant migrating set of sand dunes, the largest in Northern Europe, moving at a staggering 15 metres per year. Walk out into this almost lunar landscape and you will forget that you are less than 20 mins from the holiday town of Skagen in northern Denmark. The locals around St. Laurence church as its shown in the Map of Northern Denmark, were pretty devoted, when you consider that for many years, they had to dig their way into the church to attend Sunday service. If you get up close to the dramatic 14th century white tower still visible today, you are actually standing on the rest of the church. It was completely buried in sand over 200 years ago. The sand-buried church is now a beautiful backdrop for cultural events and of course, selfies.

Head out into the untouched dunes, twisted forests and traditional seaside villages of Denmark wildest national park. You will easily see why the local rhythms and traditions in and around Thy National Park are shaped by the powerful North Sea, at fishing villages like Stenbjerg. You can even join fishing trips with local fishermen for a real taste of authentic park life. You can virtually step off the plane at Aalborg Airport and into the historical wonder of the stone circles at Lindholm Høje; an important Iron Age and Viking burial site over 1500 years old. Explore the museum exhibitions and enjoy the café just north of the Limfjord as its mentioned in the Map of Northern Denmark. Aalborg is a buzzing ancient city of cultural and culinary experiences set along the picturesque Limfjord. Take a stroll along the pretty waterfront area, once Aalborg industrial heart, now a cultural quarter. Stop off at important national sites like The House of Music (Musikkens Hus) and Nordic architecture and design hotspot, the Utzon Center, named after local Jørn Utzon, the architect behind Sydney Opera House.

Map of Southern Denmark

Map of South Denmark

Map of Southern Denmark shows the South part of the country Denmark. Southern Denmark map will allow you to easily explore areas of the South of Denmark in Northern Europe. The map of Southern Denmark is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Southern Denmark has some of Denmark most beautiful and contrasting landscapes and great attractions for families as the original Legoland and three UNESCO world heritage sites. In Southern Denmark, you find the historical treasure trove, romantic and old castles, well preserved ancient towns and exciting museums. It is not without any reason this region was pronounced 'The world best children holiday destination'. You have a short distance to the most spectacular fun and games for all ages. We can recommend highlights as Legoland, Givskud Animal Park, the Universe, the Tinderbox or Egeskov Castle as you can see in the Map of Southern Denmark. Walk in the footsteps of H.C. Andersen in Odense at Funen. Visit the most famous Andersen attractions in Odense, where Andersen was born, and you can follow the designed Hans Christian Andersen route in Odense. We also recommend the H.C. Andersen Trail, where you will pass beautiful castles the famous fairy tale author visited when he lived (1805 - 1875).

In Southern Denmark you can get into the dramatic history of the Danish Vikings by visiting the attractions in Ladby Museum, the Jelling Monuments, Ribe or Ribe Vikingecenter as its shown in the Map of Southern Denmark. The Wadden Sea National Park is included in the Unesco Heritage List. It is an amazing location with the most important wetlands in the world with many birds and wildlife. It is very recommended to visit the Wadden Sea Centre here. The 1000 m2 exhibition centre which opened in February 2017 gives you insights into the Wadden Sea National Park secrets with the newest technology, and you get close to the birds you normally watch at a distance. Beautiful small islands surrounding the island 'Funen' and are called 'the South Funen Archipelago'. Take one of the small boat routes and explore fantastic scenic adventures, exciting cultural history and warm-hearted islanders.

The Southern Jutland coasts invite for relaxation and activities, especially during the summer season. On the Eastern coastline, you find the inlets and the Little Belt (Lillebælt). On the West coast beautiful beaches, you can visit Henne Beach or Blåvand Beach as its mentioned in the Map of Southern Denmark. The water is very clean, and it is nice to bath here during the summer. At some beach locations, you can park your car right where you want on the beach as on Rømo which is one of the widest beaches in Northern Europe. Throughout the Southern part of Denmark, you will be inspired to try all kinds of activities like biking, hiking, tree topping walking, canoeing, surfing and bridge walking like in Sydney on the old Lillebælt bridge which combines Middelfart and Fredericia.