By Grace Lu
Location and Place
Denmark is placed at 56° 00 N and 10° 00 E. It is in both the northern hemisphere and eastern hemisphere. It is also an island!
It is surrounded by many bodies of water; the Baltic Sea, the North Sea, the Kattegat Bay, the Kiel Bay, and the Skaggerak Strait. Past the water, it is bordered by Sweden to the west, and Germany to the south.
Denmark has no political bounderies, it is ruled by a monarchy and is isolated from the European mainland. This creates no division of the Danish people.
Description of Landforms
Mollehoj is the highest point of Denmark, at +170 meters. On the other hand, Lammefjord is the lowest point, at -7 meters. The average elevation of Denmark is +31 meters.