Who is denmark?
Denmark is a Scandinavian country.
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No. If you are Danish you are from Denmark. If you are French, you are from France. Denmark and France are two different countries. No. If you are Danish you are from Denmark. If you are French, you are from France. Denmark and France are two different countries. No. If you are Danish you are from Denmark. If you are French, you are from France. Denmark and France are two different countries. No. If you… Read More
Klarup, Denmark is near Aalborg, Denmark which is in the north central part of Denmark.
Denmark belongs to... Denmark.
Because Denmark Claimed it first
No, Denmark has a queen. But when she dies, then Denmark will get a king.
The leader of Denmark could either be the Queen of Denmark or the President of Denmark, Lars Løkke Rasmussen.
No country is the capital of Denmark. Denmark is itself a country. The capital city of Denmark is Copenhagen.
No, Copenhagen is in Denmark. Copenhagen is the capital city of Denmark.
Denmark in the danish language is spelled: Danmark
Denmark is under the rule of Denmark...
The French word for 'Denmark' is 'Danemark.'
Denmark's adjective form is Denmark, because you would say "The city of Denmark." What city? Denmark.
The address of the Denmark Library is: 204 South Maple Avenue, Denmark, 29042 1649
The address of the Denmark Branch is: 450 N. Wall St., Denmark, 54208 9416
Denmark, Iowa (IA): PO Box zip code: 52624 Denmark, Maine (ME): 04022 Denmark, New York (NY): 13631 Denmark, South Carolina (SC): 29042 Denmark, Tennessee (TN): 38391 Denmark, Wisconsin (WI): 54208 Denmark, Western Australia: post code: 6333
The postal code for the country of Denmark is "DENMARK", or alternatively "DANEMARK", which is the French word for Denmark. Denmark has its own system of postal codes for addresses within the country.
There is no King of Denmark in 2010, the Queen of Denmark is Margrethe II and her spouse Henrik, is Prince Consort of Denmark.
It's part of the Kingdom of Denmark, but not the consitutent country of Denmark, wich is also part of the Kingdom of Denmark.
a stupid question deserves a stupid answer: Denmark is Denmark who would be stupid enough to ask that question. denmark is a country
Denmark is a country seperate from France. France may have a city called Denmark, but that would not be the same as the country Denmark.
They are part of the Kingdom of Denmark, but not the constitutent country of Denmark, wich is also part of the Kingdom of Denmark.
No Denmark is a constitutent country within the Kingdom of Denmark.
No, Denmark is a country. The capital city of Denmark is Copenhagen.
Copenhagen is IN denmark! Copenhagen is the capital city of denmark
no. denmark is a country in scandinavia. look up denmark on maps.google.com
Norway is a country north of Denmark - NOT a city in Denmark!
Copenhagen is the capital city in Denmark. Denmark is not an Island.
Denmark haven't had / don't have emperors. Denmark is a kingdom.
No, we don't have elks in Denmark. Occaisionally an elk somehow makes it over the strait between Denmark and Sweden, but they are not indigenous to Denmark.
The address of the Denmark Historical Society is: Po Box 803, Denmark, ME 04022-0803
The address of the Denmark Public Library is: 121 East Main Street, Denmark, 04022 0050
Greenland is not a part of Denmark, it has been "owned" by Denmark, but is a country for itself. Most supplies and transport is from Denmark, though.
No, there is no evidence that it has ever rained in Denmark. But frankly I am not an expert on the matter.
The official name of Denmark is "Danmark" In English it is the Kingdom of Denmark
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Denmark is located i northern Europe between Germany and Sweden
Denmark is a country. There aren't any countries located IN Denmark.
That depends on which part of Denmark you are sending to. You are thinking about European Denmark right?
Denmark River is the most popular river in Denmark.
You must be thinking of Greenland. It's not Denmark, but a part of The Kingdom of Denmark. The Kingdom of Denmark consists of 3 countries; Denmark, The Faroe Islands and Greenland. For more information look up Kingdom of Denmark and The unity of the Realm.
There are a number of Princes of Denmark, the Crown Prince of Denmark is Frederik, Crown Prince of Denmark Born 26 May 1968
Denmark is a country.
Denmark is in Europe.
No, Denmark is in Europe.
There are no rivers in Denmark.
The capital city of Denmark is Copenhagen or København in Danish. Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark
We don't really have mountains in Denmark - more like hills. There are no mountains in Denmark.