of Denmark (Kongeriget Danmark)
Denmark is the smallest
of the Scandinavian countries (half the size of Maine), Denmark occupies
the Jutland peninsula, a lowland area. The country also consists of
several islands in the Baltic Sea; the two largest are Sjælland, the
site of Copenhagen, and Fyn.
The capital city is
Copenhagen, the currency is the Krone and languages are Danish,
Faeroese, Greenlandic and German.
A population of 5,384,384
occupy a total land area of 16,639
sq mi (43,094 sq km).
The climate is temperate;
humid and overcast; mild, windy winters and cool summers. At 56° N, 10°
Denmark is low and flat
with gently rolling plains.