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is a constitutional monarchy and sovereign state consisting of the country of Denmark in northern Europe and two autonomous constituent countries, the Faroe Islands in the North Atlantic and Greenland in North America. The kingdom is a unitary state with some power being devolved from Denmark proper to Greenland and the Faroe Islands; this federacy is referred to as the Danish Realm. Denmark proper is the hegemonial area, where judicial, executive, and legislative power resides. The Faroe Islands are defined to be a community of people within the kingdom, and the Greenlandic people are defined as a separate people with the right to self-determination. Denmark itself is the southernmost of the Nordic countries, located southwest of Sweden and south of Norway, and bordered to the south by Germany. The country consists of a large peninsula, Jutland and many islands, most notably Zealand, Funen, Vendsyssel-Thy, Lolland, Falster and Bornholm, as well as hundreds of minor islands often referred to as the Danish Archipelago. Denmark's history has particularly been influenced by its geographical location between the North and Baltic seas. This meant that it was between Sweden and Germany and thus at the center of the mutual struggle for control of the Baltic Sea; before the digging of the Kiel Canal, water passage to the Baltic Sea was possible only through the three channels known as the "Danish straits". Denmark was long in disputes with Sweden over control of Skånelandene (Scanian War) and Norway, and in disputes with the Hanseatic League over the duchies of Schleswig (a Danish fief) and Holstein (a German fief). Eventually Denmark lost the conflicts and ended up ceding first Skånelandene to Sweden and later Schleswig-Holstein to the German Empire. Denmark became a member of the European Union in 1973 but remains outside the Eurozone, while both Greenland and the Faroe Islands have opted to remain outside the EU entirely. A founding member of NATO and the OECD, Denmark is also a member of the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE). With a mixed market economy and a large welfare state, Denmark ranks as having the world's highest level of income equality. The country has the world's seventh highest per capita income. It has frequently ranked as the happiest and least corrupt country in the world. In 2011, Denmark was listed 16th on the Human Development Index and 2nd on the Corruption Perceptions Index. The national language, Danish, is closely related to Swedish and Norwegian, with which it shares strong cultural and historical ties. Denmark, along with Sweden and Norway, is part of the cultural region known as "Scandinavia" and is also a member of the Nordic Council.

Currency corona danese (DKK)
Country code 0045
Spoken languages ​​ Danish

Passport/valid identity card needed for border crossing. It is necessary to travel with one of the two valid documents. The village forms part of the EU and shall accede to the Schengen Agreement.


The health situation is generally satisfactory. Italian citizens who travel temporarily (for tourism, business, study or work) in the country, can receive necessary medical care provided by local public health care if they have the European health insurance card (TEAM) Calling Card. The TEAM replaces the previous models E110, E111, E128 and E119 and is being distributed by the Ministry of economy and finance. We recommend that you take out, before embarking on your trip, health insurance include, in addition to the coverage of medical costs, including any return air health or transfer in any other country.


Automobile Club Danese Forenede Danske Motorejere (FDM) Firskovvej 32 2800 Lyngby tel: 0045 45270707 fax: 45270993 e-mail: web site:


Continental climate, cold in winter and mild in summer.


Compulsory equipment It is advisable to have on board: a first aid bag, a fire extinguisher and a autoriflettente vest in the event of a breakdown or emergency stop on a motorway. Helmets for motorcyclists: required. Safety belts, child seat: the use of safety belts in the car is obligatory on all seats equipped with seat belts; One child under 3 years must be restrained by a restraint system approved and suitable for its size. A child over 3 years and that is high more than 1.35 m must be placed in a restraint system suitable for its size and weight. You don't have to put a child in the front seat of a car that is equipped with air bag, unless it is disabled. Triangle: In case of breakdown is required use of a warning triangle of de panne. On the highway, in case of sudden slowdowns or danger in the event of an incident, drivers must switch on the emergency lights your vehicle to warn those who follow. Lights: all motor vehicles must circulate with the lights on both day and night. The fog lights are not mandatory but if you use both and must be used simultaneously with the position lamps. BAC Limit: limit alcohol rate in Denmark is 0.05%. The Danish authorities distinguish two categories of driving while intoxicated: -the "driving while alcohol" ("promillekorsel"): the rate of alcohol in the blood is between 0.12% and 0.051. -driving alcohol pronounced (in Danish spirituskorsel "): If the rate of alcohol in the blood exceeds 0.12% or if there are aggravating circumstances. If a driver has a blood alcohol level between 0.12% and 0.051, he was fined and whether the rate of alcohol is higher than 0.8% the driver temporarily licence is withdrawn. If the rate is higher than 0.12%, the driver is fined, in some cases, a penalty and a driver's licence is withdrawn for a minimum of 12 months The police may make the detection tests on randomly selected drivers. Motorway network Motorways are free. Instead they are toll bridges on Storabelt (which connects the regions of Denmark and Funen Sjelland) and Oresund (Denmark and Sweden that connects). International airports: Copenhagen (Kastrup): situated 10 km South-East of the city; the journey by car or bus is approximately 30 minutes; There are frequent bus connections with bus and railway station and trains every 20 minutes. Aarhus (Tirstrup): located 44 km from the city, the airport is connected to the Centre by bus and taxi. Faér Islands oér: Vagar Airport; flights to Copenhagen, Reykjavik (IS) and Glasgow (GB). Greenland Nuuk Airport: flights to Copenhagen, Reykjavik (IS) and Frobisher Bay (CDN).

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