Denmark Bordering Countries: Germany
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Where is Denmark?
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Denmark is located in northern Europe. Denmark is bordered by the North Sea and Baltic Sea. Denmark is a peninsula situated north of Germany.
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Abenra, Alborg, Alborg, Arhus, Ballerup-Malov, Esbjerg, Fredericia, Frederikshavn, Gedser, Gladsakse, Glostrup, Grena, Greve, Haderslev, Helsingor, Herning, Hillarod, Hirtshals, Hjorring, Holbaek, Holstebro, Horsens, Kalundborg, Kobenhavn (Copenhagen), Koge, Kolding, Korsor, Lyngby, Middelfart, Nakskov, Norresundby, Nyborg, Nykobing, Odense, Randers, Ribe, Ringkobing, Rive, Rodby Havn, Ronne, Roskilde, Silkeborg, Skagen, Skive, Slagelse, Sonderborg, Soro, Svendborg, Thisted, Thyboron, Tonder, Vejle and Viborg.
Albaek Bugt, Arhus Bugt, Baltic Sea, Ho Bugt, Jammerbugten, Kattegat, Kieler Bucht, Kummel Bank, Laeso Rende, Lille Baelt, Limfjorden, Mariager Fjord, Mecklenburger Bucht, Nissum Bredning, Nissum Fjord, North Sea, Randers Fjord, Ringkobing Fjord, Saltbaek Vig Lake, Skagerrak, Stadil Fjord, Store Baelt, Tannis Bugt, Thyboron Kanal, Tisso Lake, Vejl Fjord and Vigso Bugt.
Denmark Natural Resources:
Denmark has fossil fuel deposits of petroleum and natural gas. Varied other natural resources are salt, limestone, chalk, stone, gravel, sand, and fish.
Denmark Natural Hazards:
A natural hazard for Denmark is flooding in some areas of the country that are protected from the sea by a system of dikes. For example, flooding occurs along the southern coast of the island of Lolland, and parts of Jutland.
Denmark Environmental Issues:
Some of the environmental issues in Denmark are air and water related. There is air pollution, primarily from vehicle and power plant emissions. The North Sea has pollution from nitrogen and phosphorus. Denmark's drinking and surface water are becoming polluted from animal wastes and pesticides.
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