Denmark is in Northern Europe between the Baltic and the North Sea. The Faroe Islands and Greenland are also part of Denmark.
Most of the country is formed by the Jutland peninsula, to the North of Germany where there is a short border of just under 68 km. The rest of Denmark is made up of of 406 islands, 78 of which are inhabited. This gives Denmark a total coast line of 7,314 km, corresponding to a sixth of the globe’s circumference!
The average wind force across the year is 7.6 m per second, which is why Denmark is the world’s largest exporter of wind turbines. 62% of the total area is cultivated, the highest percentage in Europe, of which 56% is used for growing corn, 20% for grass, 4% for roots and 4% for seed.