Most are Danes. There are also Germans nearer to the southern border. There are also some migrants from Greenland (Inuits) and the Faroe Islands (Faroese). Some other immigrant groups include Eastern Europeans (former Yugoslavs, Albanians), Northeast Africans (Somalis, Ethiopians), South Asians ...
Judging from the souvenir shops it is still little figurines resembling the Status of the little mermaid. For kids is gotta be Lego toys.
Yes, it rains on average 121 days a year.
Yes. Northern europe. Denmark.
Not very. Check the Danish Met office at www.dmi.dk
"korrekt" or "rigtig". the last one is probably closer to the English word "right"
Hans Christiin Andersen Karen Blixen, author of "Out of Africa" Victor Borge who became an American Comedian/Pianist Niels Bohr Danish Physicist who worked on the Manhattan Project in the US during WWII, and increased our knowledge of Quantum Mechanics and atomic structure. ...
Greenland belongs to Denmark, but it is not considered part of North America Yes, it is considered part of North America. Greenland is the answer.
because swans are cool =D
It only got started in earnest after the Battle of Stalingrad proved that resistance actually served a purpose - that the Germans were not necessarily going to win the war.
Near Billund, which lies in the Eastern part of the Jutland peninsula.
Jørn Utzon died on November 29, 2008 at the age of 90.
the southern sea candy Sweet
Climate conference in Dec 2009; check out http://www.denmark.dk/en/menu/Climate-Energy/COP15-Copenhagen-2009/cop15.htm
no or yes because they have never met each and everyone of us
No. The actual country of Denmark is in Europe. Physically, the island of Greenland, which is part of the Danish kingdom, is part of North America, but politically part of Europe.
Denmark is the second city of denmark situated in the middle of jylland, population about 300.000. Famous for the old city, the grant harbour and the vivid music scene.
It's different. Mostly are there 2-3 kids in a family
Go by A24 and A1 towards Puttgarden. In Puttgarden take the ferry to Rodby in Denmark. Then from Rodby follow E47 towards Copenhagen.
Danish, English, German, and French and other
No, Denmark and Greenland are both constitutent countries within the Kingdom of Denmark.
Too much better butter and milk.(I was in UK in holiday)
President Woodrow Wilson was president when the Virgin Islands were purchased in 1917.
No, Denmark is a constitutional monarchy
Germany is directly south of mainland Denmark. The Danish island of Bornholm is farther east, and is due north of Poland.
denmark,it shows in the map with the word in paratheses
"How are you?" directly translates into "Hvordan har du det?", but then you will get a specific account of the other person's state of health, current problems etc. If you just mean 'Hello', then you should say 'Hej', 'Dav', 'Goddag' in order of increasing degree of formality.
It must be Greenland that is a part of the Danish Kingdom. But Greenland is to a large extend an autonomous state that receives subsidiaries from Denmark.
it's cold and it's rains a lot, like 190 days a year. It's doesn't get very hot either
Yes, the main part of Denmark proper is made up of the Jutland peninsula.
De utrolige is a Danish equivalent of the title to the movie 'The Incredibles'.
90.5 % of the population are Danes, the remaining 9.5 % consists ofmainly Germans, Greeks, Bosnians, Russians, Turks, Kurds and Arabs.
Copenhagen (as Denmark in general) was occupied by Germany from Apr 1940 to May 1945 - that's not the case anymore ;-)
Copenhagen means "Merchants' harbor."(from the Low German Kopenhagen, Danish Køpmannæhafn, literally "buyer's haven")The original name of the city was simply Hafnia or Hafnae, meaning harbor.
Denmark makes five banknotes: the 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1000 Kroner notes.50 kroner: Color: Purple. Obverse: Sallingsund Bridge. Reverse: A Bowl.100 Kroner: Color: Orange. Obverse: Little belt bridge. Reverse: An ancient dagger.200 Kroner: Color: Green. Obverse: Knipplesbro. Reverse: An ancient belt...
Created gay butt sex, the dougie, and pastry. Also cherry flavoured condoms and cigarettes
Everywhere, but they do know English as well.
Parterapi i Paradis is a Danish equivalent of the title to the movie 'Couples Retreat'.
Harald "Bluetooth" Gormsson (Old Norse: Haraldr blátǫnn Gormsson, Danish: Harald Blåtand Gormsen) (born c. 935) was the son of King Gorm the Old and of Thyra Dannebod. He died in 985 or 986 having ruled as King of Denmark from around 958 and King of Norway for a few years probably around 970...
Denmark is famous for the little mermaid statue, football stadiumsand art galleries.Denmark is also famous for the writer HansChristen Andersen.
"SÃ¥ sÃ¸d," I think. Still learning, though.
I would probably say Bacon
It is not totally sure when Denmark became a country. in the beginning of the 8. century the city of Ribe was build. the city was so big that it is likely that a great king have ordered the project. the first time you hear the name Denmark is about the year 965 when the king Harald Bluetooth raised...
in April 2013, the prices for One way ticket are as followed:1st class: 560 SEK2nd class: 256 SekFor return ticket, prices will be doubled.
Yes, it has great welfare systems, free school/education, hospitalservice etc. Denmark has the sixth-best economy of the world.
They are known individually as Scandinavian countries or combined as Scandivavia.
Today (13th of November, 2012), 1 DKK (Danish krone) = 0.170008 US Dollars.
Denmark is on the Jutland ( Jylland in Danish) Peninsula.
Yes, though they were warned and most managed to escape.
Yes, Greenland is a part of Denmark. Same Queen, Prime minister, money etc.
Yes, there a several daily connections between Göteborg and Copenhagen by train. The train passes Malmö on the Swedish side before crossing the Öresundbron ( a bridge over the narrow strait that separate Sweden and Denmark) before reaching Copenhagen and Denmark. There is no need to switch train...
There is a very small German-speaking minority in southern Jutland, there are also small numbers of emigrants and refugees spread out over the country who speak a number of other languages such as Turkish, somali and others. All danish children are tought English and German in school, most danes...
A very famous event is the Roskilde Festival, which is held every year just outside of Copenhagen. The festival has hosted many big names, and is visited by people all over the globe
sports, cafÃ©-life, social life, more sports, jobs, jobs and more jobs :b
The driving distance is approximately 916 km. The driving time will be about 9 hours and 10 minutes. Add extra time to account for stops or delays.
the region that denmark is in is Europe
Copenhagen is a city in itself.
All of the stores and roads, Farming, Cars
to pronounce the danish name bolette, you say (bol)-ay
Here, gasoline is measured by gallons, but in other countries (example: Europe) gsoline is measured by liters.
Sweden is to the east on the Scandinavian peninsula. They have a varied landscape, with islands, green meadows, forests, and in the northwest there are mountains. Norway is west on the Scandinavian peninsula. They have mostly mountains and fjords along the coast, and some forests and fields inland...
Copenhagen is a city and does not have a president, it has a mayor. Frank Jensen is the present mayor (2010)
If you're in a very formal setting, putting your right hand over your heart would be customary, but Danes in general aren't too caught up on etiquette so don't worry about offending anyone. Most people will just sing it, or listen to it.
Denmark's motto is Guds hjælp, Folkets kærlighed, Danmarks styrke. This means God's help, the love of the people, Denmark's strength in Danish. We don't really have a motto. But our queen says "Gud bevare Danmark (God save/preserve/protect Denmark)
Denmark own 443 island and ONLY 76 is populated.
I'm sorry! I'm not sure when the designer thought of it or made the first blueprint/map of it, but it was opened August 15, 1843. I hope this helps you! BTW, are you doing the number the stars thing? Me too! Good book.
Yes. In Norway you can make about 2 or 3 times what you would make in the US. I met a girl in Kristiansand that worked as help in a book store and made about $20/hr. However, living costs in Norway are crazy. A small beer is like $8-9 dollars and I remember paying $17 dollars for small fries a...
Germany has a land border with Denmark.
It stands for Spiseske, in English tablespoon
yes. Greenland is an island of Denmark in the northern Atlantic Ocean off northeast Canada. It is the largest island in the world and lies mostly within the Arctic Circle.
No. Denmark is a peninsula, surrounded by water on three sides.