Denmark is primarily flat lands, as the roots of its name suggest, with its highest point on the top of a hill called Mollehoj, measuring 170 meters (560 feet) above sea level.Most of Denmark is urbanized, but there are forests throughout the peninsula.The history of Denmark is closely tied to Sweden and Norway, with the three joining together in 1397 as one kingdom.When Sweden separated in 1523, Denmark-Norway persisted as a powerful union until 1814, when Norway joined Sweden and Denmark kept the colonies.Description about Map :-Denmark is a Scandinavian country located in northern Europe.It is the southern-most of the Nordic countries, bordered by Sweden to the south-west, Norway and Germany to the south.The mainland territory consists of Jutland, the peninsula, and over 400 islands in the Danish archipelago.Some of the main islands of Denmark are Zealand, Funen, and Bornholm.
Over its more recent history, Denmark has been invaded by Prussia, losing territories, and then during World War II, the Nazis occupied Denmark throughout.
The Vikings were the people of Denmark, Sweden, and Norway during the 8th through the 10th centuries, who were known for being seafaring explorers.
The Danish Vikings explored Western Europe, settling in the Faroe Islands, Iceland, and Newfoundland.
Denmark also shares borders with the Baltic Sea and North Sea.
The Kingdom of Denmark comprises Denmark, Greenland, and the Faroe Islands.
Neighboring Countries Denmark borders Sweden, Norway, and Germany, as well as the North Sea and Baltic Sea.