The flag of Denmark is the oldest national flag still in use.
Copenhagen was founded by Bishop Absalon (1128-1201), who was at that time the counsellor for King Valdemar I (1131-1182 - Ruled Denmark 1154–57 as Valdemar the Great). The capital was hit by the bubonic plague in 1711, nearly one-third of the population had died from this highly infectious disease.
One of the largest brewery companies in the world, present in about 50 countries. The headquarters are in Valby, Denmark. [wikipedia]
Danish beer brewing company founded in 1873. [wikipedia]
822,700 sq. mi. (self-governed)
Between Falster and Zealand
Spans the northern end of the Guldborgsun between the islands of Lolland and Falster
Crosses Masnedsund between the islands Masnedø and Zealand part of route to Falster
Between the island Mors and the Salling peninsula on the mainland Jutland
Between Falster and Zealand via Masnedø
Between Mølholm and Nørremarken near the town of Vejle
The worlds largest National Park
1805-1875. Denmark’s most famous author
1813-1855. Philosopher and religious thinker, is considered one of the founders of existentialism
Known also as SAS. Founded in 1946, based on the visionary idea that the three Scandinavian countries, Denmark, Norway and Sweden were too small independently to develop a major international airline but if they joined forces they would be able to challenge international competition.
1883 - Lodbjerg Klitplantage
Central European Time (CET) -- Metropolitain Denmark
Pianist, comedian, d. 2000
The House of Oldenburg is descended from King Christian III of Denmark.
Moved to Copenhagen, c.1020 - 1443