Tag Archives: Denmark

According to shoppingpicks, January in Denmark marks the start of the cold and wet season. Temperatures range from an average high of 3 degrees Celsius (37 degrees Fahrenheit) to an average low of -2 degrees Celsius (28 degrees Fahrenheit). Rainfall increases significantly to an average of 100 mm (4 in) per month, and thunderstorms become more frequent. February continues to be chilly and wet, with temperatures ranging between 3-1°C (37-34°F). Rainfall remains high at an average of 90 mm (3.5 in), while thunderstorms remain frequent. March is still cold and wet, with temperatures ranging from an average high of 5 degrees Celsius (41 degrees Fahrenheit) to an average low of 0 degrees Celsius (32 degrees Fahrenheit). Rainfall decreases slightly to an average of 80 mm (3.2 in), and thunderstorms are still common. Denmark has a temperate maritime climate. Because the country is almost completely surrounded by water, the air is humid. Especially in the west, the wind is a regular visitor. It rains a lot, especially in winter. It also snows regularly. In summer the temperature fluctuates between 15 and 30°C. In winter the temperature is around freezing point. If the wind comes from the east, it can freeze severely for a long time. The summer has a remarkable number of hours of sunshine, partly thanks to the long presence of the sun. The warmest month is July. Check a2zgov for Denmark government and politics.

Denmark Geography and Population

Denmark – population It is possible to follow the demographic development of the Danish population back to 1735 on the basis of censuses and statistics on births and deaths. The population In 1735 the population comprised approximately 718,000 people. The first census took place in 1769, when 797,584 people were counted. Censuses have been held… Read More »

Things to Do in Denmark

Denmark is only a few hundred kilometers from the Netherlands. This Scandinavian country can therefore call itself fairly popular as a holiday destination among the Dutch. Denmark owes this mainly to the space, tranquility and security that the country radiates. Anyone who visits Denmark will notice that there seem to be similarities with the Netherlands… Read More »

Denmark Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax system Basic data The Danish economy is among the strongest and most efficient in the world. Denmark has high taxes, a generous social network and a flexible labor market. The quality of public services, education and other social sectors is just as high,… Read More »

Denmark Visa, Embassy, Holidays and Shopping

VISAS, ENTRY RULES, CUSTOMS REGULATIONS in Denmark Denmark is one of the countries of the Schengen agreement, so you need to apply for a Schengen visa to travel to the country. Visa applications are accepted at the Denmark Visa Application Centre, located at the address: 115054, Moscow, st. Dubininskaya, 35 (Paveletskaya metro station) +7 (495)… Read More »

History in Denmark

People began to settle on the Jutland Peninsula about 12,000 years ago. They were mainly engaged in cattle breeding and agriculture. In the 5th-6th centuries AD. from the south of the Scandinavian Peninsula to the Danish archipelago and Jutland came the tribe of Danes, who obviously gave the name to the country. At the end… Read More »

Denmark Resorts and Attractions

Denmark is a country in Northern Europe. According to smb, it is located on the Jutland peninsula, the islands – Funen, Zeeland, Falster, Lolland, Bornholm and others. The landscape is low – the country’s territory is located below 100 m above sea level. The relief is flat. Temperature in winter -1*C, in summer +17*C. Greenland… Read More »

How to Get Around Denmark

Transportation Traveling by plane In the national flight network, all airports are connected to Copenhagen (Kastrup). SAS Scandinavian Airlines System (SK) offer regular domestic flights from Copenhagen to Aalborg, Århus and Billund, among others. Norwegian Air Norway (DH) also flies Copenhagen – Aalborg; Danish Air Transport (DX): Copenhagen – Karup and Bornholm; Air Alsie A/S… Read More »

Denmark Demography and Culture

Demography Today a small minority of German-speaking people live in southern Jutland, exactly north of Sleswig. The Dukes of Schleswing and Holstein were for a long time under the orders of the Holy Roman Empire, a question that was used to stay independent. The northern area of Schleswing became part of Denmark with the Treaty of Versailles. Today, a large part of… Read More »

The Nordic Countries in the World

Individually, the Nordic countries are relatively small, but together they are the size of a great power. And with a changing world policy, cooperation between these states is even more important than in a long time. What common challenges do the countries in the Nordic countries face? What foreign policy issues are the Nordic countries… Read More »