Geography in Denmark
Denmark located in Western Europe on the Jutland peninsula and several islands in the Baltic sea. It adjoins both the Baltic Sea and the North Sea.
Its coastline is 7,987km long. Denmark has a 68 km border with Germany. Denmark is split into one peninsula and 443 named islands.
The terrain is generally flat having an average height above sea level of only 31 metres and the highest natural point is Møllehøj, at 170.86 metres, with a few gently rolling plains. The territory of Denmark includes the island of Bornholm.
Denmark is the smallest country in Scandinavia. Denmark's northernmost point is at 57° 45' 7" northern latitude, the southernmost is 54° 33' 35" northern latitude.
The distance from east to west is 452 kilometres from north to south 368 kilometres.
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