Denmark is composed of an immense terrain and its vast expanse is dotted by 500 islands. The terrain called Jutland is a long promontory that augments northward from Germany and partitions the stormy waters of the North Sea from the Baltic. Sjaelland is the grandest island. The Danish domain likewise incorporates two nearest independent areas – the unlimited Arctic wild of Greenland and the rough Faroe Islands, which lie between Scotland and Iceland.
Denmark is completely encompassed by the wide ocean and has a mild climate with strong winds. It consists of flat low lying green land....More