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Answered 2010-10-23 23:23:42

The capital of Denmark has these coordinates : 55° 40′ 34″ N, 12° 34′ 6″ E

It's bridging the eastern part of the big island of Zealand ('Sjælland' in Danish) and the Northern part of the small island Amager.

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