Denmark is located in the northwest of Europe and is a Nordic country. It lies in the south of Norway and southwest of Sweden and Germany borders her on the south. Scandinavian countries consist of Denmark proper on the south side, including archipelago islands, peninsula, and Jutland. There are 443 islands, and New Zealand is the largest, followed by Funen and north Jutlandic island. The islands have a temperate climate, low elevation, and sandy coasts, flat and arable land. Besides, Denmark’s kingdom has autonomous territories in Greenland, Faroe Island, and North Atlantic Ocean. The country has a human population of 5.8 million and 42,924 sq. Km as the total area.
The Faroe Islands and Greenland make her have a total area of 2,210,579 sq km and has a land area of 42,394 sq. Km. The capital city of Denmark is Copenhagen, and the official language is Danish, and other languages include German, Faroese, and Greenlandic.
Traditions are belief or customs which are passed in society or groups and have special significance with its past’s origin. They include clothes, holidays, songs, food, and greetings. Moreover, traditions have become a study subject in academic disciplines such as archaeology, social sciences, and biology, anthropology, and folklore studies. Danish people have fascinating traditions that may look weird in modern society. For instance, they burn witch on a bonfire during the Midsummer Eve and fighting at black cat inside a barrel in the year carnival.
2. Home of the oldest parks
A park is land set aside for natural, artificial, and semi-natural to protect wildlife or offer recreation to humans. For example, urban parks are space found in towns to offer enjoyment. On the other hand, country parks and national parks are found in the countryside. Provincial parks, also known as state parks, are administered by agencies and states. Parks can include trees, monuments, rocks, fountains, and grass and playground structures. Denmark is known to be a home for the oldest parks in the world, like Bakken and Tivoli Gardens. The parks are located near Copenhagen city and are attractive sites to visit.
3. Lacks Mountains
The preexisting physical geography showed that Danish people did not want to settle in places with mountains. Denmark is known for having a flat land without mountains. For this reason, they are known for having a bike culture, and the flat land is advantageous for the sport. Also, Denmark is a safe place to visit because she has at least 12000km of cycling lanes and tracks.
4. Good relationship
Denmark is known for being among the happiest country in the global. UN World has recorded that she still tops on numerous occasions. Danish has come up with a term called hygge that refers to illuminating the soul. Hygge teaches people to create good social groups and get together with friends and families. This brings a warm atmosphere and provides humans with a wellbeing feeling. You can visit demark and feel hygge through walking in coffee shops and beautiful houses in the Copenhagen streets.
5. Old flag
A flag is a piece of cloth that is decorated with colors to represent symbols or signals. Flags are not only used as a patriotic symbol but also for messages, decoration and advertisement purposes. The Danish flag is acknowledged as the world’s oldest flag dating back to 800years ago.