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  1. Denmark

    Denmark (Danish: Danmark), formally the Danish Realm (Danske Rige) is the smallest of the Nordic countries if the Faroe Islands and Greenland are excluded.

  2. Skanderborg

    Skanderborg is a city in East Jutland. It has a population of about 25,000 and is a generic, quiet Danish provincial town.

  3. Horsens

    People near Denmark

  4. Aarhus

    Aarhus (also written Århus and pronounced Oar-Hoos) is the main city on the Jutland peninsula in Denmark. With a population of just over 300,000 people (1,200,000 in the East Jutland metropolitan area), it holds the titles of Denmark's second largest city and the city with the youngest population.

  5. Hadsten

    Hadsten is a city on the Jutland peninsula in Denmark. With a population of 8,000 people (1,200,000 East Jutland metropolitan area) it is the largest city of Favrskov Municipality.

  6. Bogense

    Bogense is a city in Fyn. It is at northwest Funen at the kattegat coast.

  7. Randers
  8. Silkeborg
  9. Fredericia

  10. Vejle

    Vejle is a city in Jutland, part of the Kolding, Vejle, Fredericia triangle. Vejle is also the regional capital of south Jutland, one out of 5 Danish regions.

  11. Middelfart

    Middelfart is a city on the island of Funen in Denmark, just before the highway and train line passes the little belt bridges to Jutland.

  12. Jelling
  13. Samsø
  14. Hobro
  15. Ebeltoft

  16. Kolding
  17. Odense

    Odense is the largest city on the island of Funen (da.Fyn) in Denmark.

  18. Assens

    Assens is a town in western Fyn with approximately 6.000 inhabitants (41.

  19. Hadsund

    Hadsund is a city on the Jutland peninsula in Denmark. With a population of 5,000 people, it's the largest city of Mariagerfjord Municipality.

  20. Billund

    Billund is a city in Jutland, western Denmark. It has some 8700 inhabitants and is known as the home of LEGO.

  21. Fåborg
  22. Vejen
  23. Als
  24. Herning
  25. Nyborg
  26. Aalborg

    Aalborg is the largest city in North Jutland, Denmark. Its population, as of 2016, is 134,672, making it the fourth largest city in Denmark.

  27. Sønderborg
  28. Svendborg
  29. Åbenrå
  30. Kalundborg
  31. User:PhotographerTom
  32. Sydfynske Øhav
  33. Dronninglund

    Dronninglund is a minor town in Vendsyssel with 3,196 inhabitants. The town is named after Queen Charlotte Amalie who got Dronninglund Slot in 1690.

  34. Rudkøbing
  35. South Jutland
  36. Blokhus
  37. Korsør
  38. Langeland
  39. Flensburg

    Flensburg (Danish: Flensborg) is a city in Schleswig-Holstein located on the east coast. The 85000 inhabitants live around the Flensburger Förde (Flensborg fjord).

  40. Høng
  41. Ribe
  42. Sæby
  43. Slagelse
  44. Skælskør
  45. Skjern
  46. Tønder
  47. Odsherred
  48. Thisted
  49. Nakskov
  50. Læsø
  51. Esbjerg
  52. Sorø
  53. Højer
  54. Fanø
  55. Rømø
  56. Holbæk
  57. Ringkøbing
  58. Hanstholm

    Hanstholm is an important fishing harbour in North Jutland, Denmark

  59. Glumsø
  60. Zealand

    Zealand (Danish: Sjælland) is the largest island in Denmark, located between the Island of Funen and the southern tip of Sweden. It is the seat of the capital Copenhagen.

  61. Femø
  62. Hundested

    Hundested is a small city in the far North Western corner of North Zealand in Denmark. For many years the city blossomed as an important harbor with ferry connections across the Isefjord and more importantly to Grenå in Jutland.

  63. Ringsted
  64. Næstved
  65. Hornsherred
  66. Frederiksværk
  67. Frederikssund
  68. Haslev
  69. Roskilde
  70. Egedal
  71. Køge
  72. Kongernes Nordsjælland National Park
  73. North Coast (Zealand)

    The North Coast (Danish: Nordkysten) is a municipality (actually named Gribskov kommune, after the large forest to south) on the northern coast of Zealand in Denmark.

  74. Hillerød
  75. Central Nordsjælland
  76. Copenhagen/Vestegnen

    Vestegnen is a suburban district west of inner Copenhagen, Denmark, mostly build up during the 1970-80s. There is little of general interest to travellers here, but some of Copenhagen's nicest hostels (albeit with a great deal of transportation to Copenhagen's main attractions) and a single top-notch art museum - oh, and 7 kilometres of white beach if you are fortunate enough to run into sunny days.

  77. Fredensborg
  78. Copenhagen/Northern suburbs

    thumb|300px|The Arne Jakobsen designed life guard tower on the Bellevue beach, is symbolic for the area

  79. Øresund Coast