Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Sweden. There is a tunnel from Amager to Peppar Island. From Peppar Island there is a bridge to Sweden.
Arresoe. Arresoe in Northern Zealand is the biggest lake, but Furesoen contains more water.
100 - 200m. The highest point in Denmark is app. 172 meters.
Constutional Monarchy. Margrethe the Second has been the queen since 1972.
Funen. Hans Christian Andersen was born in 1805 in Odense the biggest city on Funen.
Elsinore. Kronborg 'crown castle' is overlooking the sound that separates Denmark and Sweden.
Copenhagen. Copenhagen is on the east coast of the island of Sjaeland. It is a major port.
Germany. Southern Jutland has app. 60 miles of frontier with Germany.
Billund. It is in Billund where all LEGO is made and it is also there that the first LEGOland was built. Also, Denmark's second biggest airport is situated in Billund.
Esbjerg. The second biggest harbour is Hanstholm harbour. Esbjerg is also known for their soccer team Esbjerg FB. They are former Danish champions.
Helsingør. Hamlet was living in Helsingør (Elsinore).
Farum. The soccer club changed its name after they received the bronze in SAS-ligaen in the season 2002/2003 which was their debut in the best Danish league. They were formerly known as Farum Boldklub. Farum is also a Scandale city. In January 2002 the former mayor Peter Brixtofte was accused for giving illegal money to the soccer club.
Aarhus. Aarhus is Denmark's second biggest city. It is well known for "The Old City" and for their brewery Ceres and also for their soccer team AGF.
Odense. Odense is the city where the great Danish writer Hans Christian Andersen was born.
No. The correct answer is Blåvand, but Esbjerg has one of the biggest harbors in Denmark and is also one of the biggest cities.
Gedser. Many people thinks that Padborg is the southernmost city in Denmark, but it is actually Gedser.
Skagen. Skagen is one of Denmark's biggest tourist cities. Mainly Swedish and Norwegian people visit Skagen.
Randers. Randers is situated just north of Aarhus and it is known for its brewery Thor.
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Helsingor . Helsingor, (Elsinor) is on the east coast of the island of Zealand, a short distance north of Copenhagen. The castle is the setting for most of Shakespeare's "Hamlet".
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Oresund. The Oresund Bridge, linking Denmark and Sweden was opened in 1999. It is 16 kilometers long and is a combined tunnel and bridge. There are four road lines, and two rail tracks.
Greenland. Greenland, which lies off the northeast coast of Canada, was discovered by Eric the Red in the 10th century. It is now self-governing in its internal affairs.
North Sea. The North Sea lies between Denmark and the UK.
Ingrid. Queen Ingrid was the wife of King Frederick IX of Denmark. She was a Swedish princess before her marriage. Her daughter, Queen Margrethe, became Queen Margrethe II on the death of King Frederick in 1972.
Skagerrak. The Skagerrak, which lies between Denmark and Sweden, is a strait which joins the North Sea and the Kattegat.
Lutheran. 97% of the population are, at least nominally, Lutheran.
Hamlet. Most of Shakespeare's "Hamlet" is set in the castle of Elsinore. The castle has been restored.
DK. DK is also a Danish gas station.
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Safri Duo. Safri duo performed at the Eurovison Song Contest 2001 in Parken in Copenhagen.
Aeroe Island. Aeroe is a little island just under Funen. The other main towns are Aeroeskoebing and Soeby.