History UsefulNotes / Denmark

27th Jan '18 12:38:13 PM nombretomado
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* Børge Rosenbaum, better known as VictorBorge, pianist and comedian.

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* Børge Rosenbaum, better known as VictorBorge, Creator/VictorBorge, pianist and comedian.
7th Jan '18 1:03:08 PM nombretomado
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* Denmark is known for its animation industry, which has produced numerous great films like ''JungledyretHugo'', ''WesternAnimation/HelpImAFish'', ''WesternAnimation/JourneyToSaturn'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheFlightBeforeChristmas''.

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* Denmark is known for its animation industry, which has produced numerous great films like ''JungledyretHugo'', ''WesternAnimation/JungledyretHugo'', ''WesternAnimation/HelpImAFish'', ''WesternAnimation/JourneyToSaturn'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheFlightBeforeChristmas''.
22nd Apr '17 11:32:13 AM Nazetrime
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* ''Webcomic/StandStillStaySilent'' is set almost entirely in a PlagueZombie invaded Denmark. The population of Bornholm island survived the ZombieApocalypse, and TheMedic Mikkel Madsen is Danish.
31st Mar '17 6:41:29 PM JulianLapostat
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The Danes (as the Vikings were usually known at the time) struck terror into much of Northern Europe from the 9th to the 11th centuries, but since then, Denmark has generally been content to trade peacefully, barring the odd scuffle with their neighbor and nemesis, Sweden. For a while during the 15th century, the Union of Kalmar united Denmark, UsefulNotes/{{Norway}} and Sweden under one king, but it couldn't last. Sweden left and Norway decided to join Denmark properly, before gaining its independence in the 19th century.

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The Danes (as [[UsefulNotes/TheVikingAge the Vikings Vikings]] were usually known at the time) struck terror into much of Northern Europe from the 9th to the 11th centuries, but since then, Denmark has generally been content to trade peacefully, barring the odd scuffle with their neighbor and nemesis, Sweden. For a while during the 15th century, the Union of Kalmar united Denmark, UsefulNotes/{{Norway}} and Sweden under one king, but it couldn't last. Sweden left and Norway decided to join Denmark properly, before gaining its independence in the 19th century.
23rd Dec '16 10:21:00 PM CaptainClown
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* Creator/ConnieNielsen
15th Dec '16 9:47:15 PM Doug86
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* ''Flame and Citron'', a film about UsefulNotes/WorldWar2 Danish Resistance members fighting the Nazis.

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* ''Flame and Citron'', a film about UsefulNotes/WorldWar2 UsefulNotes/WorldWarII Danish Resistance members fighting the Nazis.
26th Oct '16 4:03:31 PM nombretomado
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Denmark is made up of a peninsula (Jutland, or Jylland to the Danes), and a whole bunch of islands. The biggest island is Zealand (Sjælland), on which stands Copenhagen. The country is notable for its flatness; average elevation stands at 34 m, just piggybacking the Netherlands (which goes with the absolutely abysmal 30 m), while the highest point in the country itself is a ''television tower'' called [[https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d9/Vordingborg_mast.jpg the Rø Transmitter]], which stands on a hill giving it a 431.3 m height, while the highest natural point is a hill called [[http://www.livespanske.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/mollehoj.jpg Møllehøj]] (170.86 m), with a millstone marking it for good measure. The "mountainous Scandinavia" that most people associate when they think about the region actually characterizes Norway and the Lapland parts of Sweden and Finland better. So, if you ever see any [[Film/{{Beowulf 2007}} film depicting Denmark with mountains, waterfalls, boreal forests, and the like]], suffice to say you've been lied to.

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Denmark is made up of a peninsula (Jutland, or Jylland to the Danes), and a whole bunch of islands. The biggest island is Zealand (Sjælland), on which stands Copenhagen. The country is notable for its flatness; average elevation stands at 34 m, just piggybacking the Netherlands (which goes with the absolutely abysmal 30 m), while the highest point in the country itself is a ''television tower'' called [[https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d9/Vordingborg_mast.jpg the Rø Transmitter]], which stands on a hill giving it a 431.3 m height, while the highest natural point is a hill called [[http://www.livespanske.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/mollehoj.jpg Møllehøj]] (170.86 m), with a millstone marking it for good measure. The "mountainous Scandinavia" that most people associate when they think about the region actually characterizes Norway and the Lapland parts of Sweden and Finland better. So, if you ever see any [[Film/{{Beowulf 2007}} [[WesternAnimation/{{Beowulf|2007}} film depicting Denmark with mountains, waterfalls, boreal forests, and the like]], suffice to say you've been lied to.



* The 2007''Film/{{Beowulf|2007}}'' film (though it departs from RealLife geography quite obviously).

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* The 2007''Film/{{Beowulf|2007}}'' 2007 ''WesternAnimation/{{Beowulf|2007}}'' film (though it departs from RealLife geography quite obviously).
20th Sep '16 2:22:39 AM jespoke
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A democratic constitutional monarchy, it is a member of UsefulNotes/{{NATO}} and UsefulNotes/TheEuropeanUnion, but retains its own currency[[note]]Although a separate currency the krone is pegged to the Euro[[/note]]. In 1969 it became the first country in the world to legalise hardcore pornography, which contributed to attracting a certain kind of tourist.

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A democratic constitutional monarchy, it is a member of UsefulNotes/{{NATO}} and UsefulNotes/TheEuropeanUnion, but retains its own currency[[note]]Although a separate currency currency, the krone is pegged to the Euro[[/note]]. In 1969 it became the first country in the world to legalise hardcore pornography, which contributed to attracting a certain kind of tourist.
5th Sep '16 11:46:45 AM erforce
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Denmark is made up of a peninsula (Jutland, or Jylland to the Danes), and a whole bunch of islands. The biggest island is Zealand (Sjælland), on which stands Copenhagen. The country is notable for its flatness; average elevation stands at 34 m, just piggybacking the Netherlands (which goes with the absolutely abysmal 30 m), while the highest point in the country itself is a ''television tower'' called [[https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d9/Vordingborg_mast.jpg the Rø Transmitter]], which stands on a hill giving it a 431.3 m height, while the highest natural point is a hill called [[http://www.livespanske.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/mollehoj.jpg Møllehøj]] (170.86 m), with a millstone marking it for good measure. The "mountainous Scandinavia" that most people associate when they think about the region actually characterizes Norway and the Lapland parts of Sweden and Finland better. So, if you ever see any [[Film/{{Beowulf}} film depicting Denmark with mountains, waterfalls, boreal forests, and the like]], suffice to say you've been lied to.

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Denmark is made up of a peninsula (Jutland, or Jylland to the Danes), and a whole bunch of islands. The biggest island is Zealand (Sjælland), on which stands Copenhagen. The country is notable for its flatness; average elevation stands at 34 m, just piggybacking the Netherlands (which goes with the absolutely abysmal 30 m), while the highest point in the country itself is a ''television tower'' called [[https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d9/Vordingborg_mast.jpg the Rø Transmitter]], which stands on a hill giving it a 431.3 m height, while the highest natural point is a hill called [[http://www.livespanske.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/mollehoj.jpg Møllehøj]] (170.86 m), with a millstone marking it for good measure. The "mountainous Scandinavia" that most people associate when they think about the region actually characterizes Norway and the Lapland parts of Sweden and Finland better. So, if you ever see any [[Film/{{Beowulf}} [[Film/{{Beowulf 2007}} film depicting Denmark with mountains, waterfalls, boreal forests, and the like]], suffice to say you've been lied to.



* The ''Film/{{Beowulf}}'' film (though it departs from RealLife geography quite obviously).

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* The ''Film/{{Beowulf}}'' 2007''Film/{{Beowulf|2007}}'' film (though it departs from RealLife geography quite obviously).
19th Aug '16 1:41:53 AM HenningMakholm
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The current monarch of Denmark is Queen Margrethe II, and the current prime minister is Helle Thorning-Schmidt, the first woman to reach this position.

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The current monarch of Denmark is Queen Margrethe II, and the current prime minister is Helle Thorning-Schmidt, the first woman to reach this position.
Lars Løkke Rasmussen.
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