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Greg Ayres The Beautiful World. Main article: Uniform Guide: Denmark. Denmark has short, wild blond hair, black eyebrows, and drooping blue eyes. His mouth was noted to be drawn rather big, and he was drawn with a heroic image in mind.

He wears a long black coat with red cuffs, a red shirt and black tie, red pants, and brown boots, as well as a small black hat.


In a blog post, Himaruya mentioned Denmark was "quite muscular". Denmark is said to be full of youthful vigour and humor, though he is also very stubborn and doesn't listen very well to others.

As a result, he is known to be very controlling, bossy, and demanding, to the point where it is hard to get along with him. Like Sweden however, Denmark has since calmed down and now puts his energy towards social services and making furniture, though he still manages to get himself into trouble. In a follow-up question regarding his "scary" appearance, it was stated that his "really wild" behaviour came from him being a sailor. Once he started to live on land, he began to calm down.

It was said that when he would finally make an appearance in the comic he would have a frightening impression. A bio says he's a "ruffian" in the past. He appears to be minding his own business and is care-free, but he actually works hard. He is also a heavy drinker. He is said to be carefree but he is actually a hard worker.

His Volume 6 profile states he has been active in cultivating organic products. His house consists of islands and he's the liveliest of the Nordics, sometimes too lively that it annoys other nations. He appears to have a certain priority for maintaining his own self image, as seen in Hetalia Fantasia 2 when he opts to lie to Germany and Japan about the progress of his quest. A blog post suggested that Denmark blatantly ignores offensive and aggressive social tones, maintaining a cheery demeanor.

It also shows that Denmark has great reflexes. Since the past, he considers Norway as his best friend. Also, he's trying to get closer to Germany lately.

Finland lived with Denmark, but made the decision to flee with Sweden, having grown tired of being surrounded by stronger nations and wanting to be free. Denmark's been trying to get closer to Germany, as stated in a character bio.Once we were brutal Vikings. Now we are one of the world's most peaceful societies. Welcome to Denmark. Welcome to the official website of Denmark. Read more. Green thinking Pioneers in clean energy Denmark loves clean, renewable energy.

The wind production per capita exceeds that of any other OECD country. Moreover, bioenergy plays a n important role in the Danish energy system. Working in Denmark The Danish labour market Flexicurity - the famous Danish labour market model - means that employers can easily hire and fire to adjust to the needs of the marketplace. At the same time, employees have a secure safety net in-between jobs. Maintaining a good balance between time on the job and personal life is important to them, and employers respect this.

The flat terrain, rich soil, close proximity to water and at times harsh climate, has shaped Danish history and culture ever since.

Investing in Denmark Starting up your business? Studying in Denmark Want to study in an ambitious environment? Visiting Denmark Going on vacation? Working in Denmark Jobhunting? It is dedicated to becoming the world's first carbon neutral capital by Each of these holidays comes with its own traditions and family gatherings. Least corrupt Denmark is the world's least corrupt country. Crispy pork with parsley sauce is the official national dish.

Denmark has more than islands. Lars Ulrich Drummer in the heavy metal band, Metallica, was born in Denmark.Denmarkcountry occupying the peninsula of Jutland Jyllandwhich extends northward from the centre of continental western Europeand an archipelago of more than islands to the east of the peninsula.

Along with Norway and SwedenDenmark is a part of the northern European region known as Scandinavia. Though small in territory and population, Denmark has nonetheless played a notable role in European history.

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In prehistoric times, Danes and other Scandinavians reconfigured European society when the Vikings undertook marauding, trading, and colonizing expeditions. In later centuries, shaped by geographic conditions favouring maritime industries, Denmark established trading alliances throughout northern and western Europe and beyond, particularly with Great Britain and the United States.

Making an important contribution to world cultureDenmark also developed humane governmental institutions and cooperative, nonviolent approaches to problem solving.

This article covers principally the land and people of continental Denmark. Each area is distinctive in history, language, and culture. Home rule was granted to the Faroes in and to Greenland inthough foreign policy and defense remain under Danish control.

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Other than this connection, all the frontiers with surrounding countries are maritime, including that with the United Kingdom to the west across the North Sea. Eastward in the Baltic Sea lies the Danish island of Bornholm. Denmark proper is a lowland area that lies, on average, not more than feet 30 metres above sea level.

The basic contours of the Danish landscape were shaped at the end of the Pleistocene Epoch i. This great glacial mass withdrew temporarily during several warmer interstadial periods, but it repeatedly returned to cover the land until it retreated to the Arctic north for the last time about 10, years ago.

As a result, the barren layers of chalk and limestone that earlier constituted the land surface acquired a covering of soil that built up as the Weichsel retreated, forming low, hilly, and generally fertile moraines that diversify the otherwise flat landscape.

The ice front is clearly marked in the contrast between the flat western Jutland region, composed of sands and gravels strewn by meltwaters that poured west from the shrinking ice sheet, and the fertile loam plains and hills of eastern and northern Denmark, which become markedly sandier toward the prehistoric ice front.

See also Scandinavian Ice Sheet. In northern Jutland, where the long Lim Fjord separates the northern tip Vendsyssel-Thy from the rest of the peninsula, there are numerous flat areas of sand and gravel, some of which became stagnant bogs. Burials and ritual deposits interred in these bogs in antiquity—especially during the Bronze Age and the Iron Age —have been recovered by archaeologists.

In more recent centuries these bogs were a valued source of peat for fuel. In the 20th century they were drained to serve as grazing areas for livestock. In places along the northern and southwestern coasts of Jutland, salt marshes were formed by the evaporation of an inland sea that existed during the late Permian Epoch approximately to million years ago.

Younger limestone of the Danian Age about 65 million years old is quarried in southeastern Zealand. On Bornholm, outcroppings reveal close affinities with geologic formations in southern Sweden. On the southern half, sandstone and shales of the Cambrian Period about to million years ago overlie the older granites. In most of Denmark the soil rests on glacially deposited gravel, sand, and clay, under which lie ancient chalk and limestone.

The subterranean limestone resulted in a permeation of the soil with calcium, which diminished its value for agriculture when it was first brought under cultivation in the Neolithic Period.Danish Recipes Looking for Danish recipes?


Allrecipes has more than 30 trusted Danish recipes complete with ratings, reviews and cooking tips. An Aeggekage is a traditional Danish oven pancake, usually served as a buffet item or as a dessert for a family holiday meal. It is a light, cake-like dish that is not too sweet and absolutely delicious with fresh seasonal berries and fresh whipped cream! Think of it as a sweetened Yorkshire pudding. Sour Cream Banana Cake. By Margaret Wehling.

Aebleskiver - a Danish dessert, like doughnut holes, but sweeter and much better traditionally served with glogg during the Advent.

Cooked in a cast iron pan that resembles an egg poacher.


Serve hot with syrup, jam or powdered sugar. By Lisa G. Danish Almond Puff. This elegant Danish is surprisingly easy to make. Slices freeze well, too. By WarringEagle. Pebber Nodder Danish Christmas Cookies.

These cookies are like little bites of Christmas. Cinnamon and cardamom flavor these little shortbread nuggets. By YAC Dilled Shrimp Rejer. You can't have a Danish holiday meal without endless platters of dilled shrimp. Served on a red serving platter, it makes the perfect Christmas dish that will have your guests heaping up pyramids of shrimp on their plates. No Scandinavian buffet would be complete without it! Dansk Aebleskiver Danish Doughnuts. Cooked in a special cast iron or electric griddle with seven to nine cups, these traditional Danish dumplings are round, doughnut-like pastries dusted with confectioners' sugar and eaten with a dollop of raspberry or strawberry jam.

By Luanne. Laura's Famous Aebleskiver. This traditional Danish breakfast treat made with a special aebleskiver pan is a cross between a pancake and a popover. Sprinkle with confectioners sugar or drizzle with maple syrup or jam.

By Laura. Torsk is a Scandinavian dish of poached and broiled cod with butter.How to Spend 3 Days in Copenhagen Oyster. How to Spend a Long Weekend in Copenhagen.


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Discount Hotels in Denmark. Denmark Hotels with Hot Tubs.Historical remains in Denmark indicate that people first lived on this fertile land beginning around 12, BC. Discoveries from the Nordic Bronze Age - BC include elaborate burial mounds complete with musical instruments, crude weapons and sacrificial markings. During Rome's long sway over Western Europe, Roman provinces maintained trade routes with tribes in Denmark.

One century after the Roman Empire collapsed upon itself in AD, the first Danes are thought to have arrived, moving south into Denmark from Sweden. Beginning in the middle of the 8th century, the Danes were known as Vikings. In the early 11th century, Viking King, Canute the Great, rose to power and his forces conquered all of Denmark and Norway, and most of England. In the early 14th century, the once-powerful realm of Danish Kings began to shrink, and inDenmark entered into a union of sorts with Norway and Sweden.

This Kalmar Union of mostly self-serving dynasties dissolved inand war was on the horizon. In the early 16th century, after Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the door of the Wittenberg Castle's Church, the Reformation began. Civil War and religious persecution swept Western Europe, and Denmark and Norway, now joined in union, were not immune. In Denmark, the mayhem finally ended inand Denmark converted to Lutheranism.

Early military successes forced Sweden to pay ransom to Denmark, but no territorial changes occurred. Then, during the Thirty Year's War, the King and his forces suffered a devastating defeat and Jutland was occupied. Inadding insult to injury, Swedish armies invaded and Denmark was forced to surrender large areas of land including several provinces in Norway.

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