I'm pretty sure its Germany.
Germany Germany, Denmark & Norway
Denmark borders both the Baltic and the North Sea. Denmark's closest country is Sweden.
Oeresund and Kattegat are between the Baltic sea and the North sea
Denmark because it's east border touches the Baltic Sea while the west border touches the North Sea, which is unlike Germany. As seen in this link for map photo...
Germany is the only country that borders Denmark by land on the south. It is surrounded on three sides, west, north and east by the North Sea and the Baltic Sea which meet at some point.
Germany borders the North Sea and the Baltic Sea.
Baltic Sea, North Sea, Skagerak, Kattegat
No, Poland borders the Baltic Sea.
The North Sea & the Baltic.
No, Poland doesnt border any country with a coastline on the Mediterranean Sea, the countries that Poland borders have either a coastline on the North sea or the Baltic sea.
Denmark is bordered by the North Sea on the west and the Baltic Sea on the east.
Poland borders the Baltic Sea on the North.
Both Sweden and Finland
Germany is the only country that borders Denmark and it is to the south of the country. Denmark is bordered by the Baltic Sea to the east.
finland and norway
Germany borders the North Sea and the Baltic Sea
Poland borders both Germany and Russia and is located on the Baltic Sea, however the federal subject that borders Poland is separated from the main body of Russia and its other federal subjects.
Russia borders the Baltic Sea, the Arctic Ocean, and the Pacific Ocean.
No, it's not. It is bordered to the north by the North Sea and the Baltic Sea.
There are only two bodies of water near Germany. They are the North Sea and the Baltic Sea.
Lithuania is one of the Baltic states: it borders the Baltic Sea. Baltic Sea.
The Baltic Sea borders Russia to the west.
Poland, Russia, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia
No, it has a coastline on the North Sea and on the Baltic.
Denmark borders the North Sea. ONLY DENMARK THE EUROPEAN SEA ONLY DENMARK
The Baltic Sea is a massive body of water and is not located in any city, country, territory, continent, etc. It is a part of the Atlantic Ocean and borders Europe.
Europe borders the Atlantic and Arctic Oceans. Some seas that Europe borders are the Mediterranean Sea, the North Sea, the Black Sea, the Baltic Sea, the Bay of Biscay, and the Ionian Sea.
There is no country or city that touches both seas.
The Atlantic Ocean borders France. It is also bordered by the Mediterranean Sea and the English Channel. Germany is not bordered by any ocean. It is bordered by the North Sea and the Baltic Sea.
No ! Germany's coastline is to the north, The North Sea and the Baltic Sea make up the coastline.
The North Sea is twice the size of the Baltic Sea
Finland, Estonia, and Latvia all border the Baltic Sea and Russia. Poland and Lithuania border a small Russian enclave - the Kalinigrad Oblast.
It is the Baltic Sea, not an ocean, that borders Finland.
The Baltic sea borders Poland
no country does. the medeterainean sea does.
The North Sea borders the Western Parts of Denmark, Norway & Sweden.
Poland? A more accurate answer would be Denmark
The Netherlands borders the North Sea. The capital of the Netherlands is Amsterdam.
There is no such country and therefore no such capital. If perhaps you meant to ask about the Mediterranean and Black Seas, the answer would be Turkey. If perhaps you meant to ask about the Baltic and Black Seas, the answer is Russia.
There is no country bordering Egypt to the north. It is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea on the north.
No, it borders Baltic sea
Germany and the Baltic Sea
The Baltic Sea is to the North.
The Netherlands border the North Sea
Belgium only borders one sea on its northwest border. It is bordered by the Netherlands to the north and shares a border with the North Sea.
That would be the Baltic Sea.
The Baltic is a sea and not a country
The baltic sea, tornio river, scandian mountain range and the skagerack sea are the borders of sweden.
The Baltic Sea joins the North Sea which joints the Atlantic Ocean