The Kingdom of Denmark comprises Denmark, Greenland, and the Faroe Islands.
The Denmark Political Map shows the national capital, major cities, regions, counties, and other political divisions of the country. The international boundaries of the country are also shown in the map.
Copenhagen is the capital city of Denmark and is marked in the map with a red dot enclosed in a square. With an urban population of 1,199,224, it is the largest city in the country. It is the major cultural, administrative, and scientific center of Denmark. Copenhagen is one of the most eco-friendly cities in the world.
The other major cities of Denmark are: Copenhagen, Aarhus, Odense, Randers, Kolding, Vejle, Fredericia, Haderslev, Silkeborg, and Viborg.
For administrative purposes, Denmark is divided into five regions and ninety-eight municipalities. The regions are:
- Capital Region of Denmark
- Central Denmark Region
- North Denmark Region
- Region Zealand
- Region of Southern Denmark
|Region||Population: 2005-01-01, according to Danmarks Statistik.||Area(km.²)||Area(mi.²)||Capital||Danish||Former|
|Capital||1,631,635||2,561||989||Hillerod||Hovedstaden||BO, FR, KH, SF, SK|
|Central Jutland||1,212,787||13,053||5,040||Viborg||Midtjylland||AR, RK, VB (part), VJ (part)|
|North Jutland||577,278||8,020||3,097||Aalborg||Nordjylland||NJ, VB (part)|
|Zealand||805,954||7,273||2,808||Soro||Sjaelland||RS, ST, VS|
|South Denmark||1,183,751||12,191||4,707||Vejle||Syddanmark||FY, RB, SJ, VJ (part)|
Note : - Population: 2005-01-01, according to Danmarks Statistik.
Last Updated On : November 29, 2012