Denmak

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Go stret long: ol bikpela pes, painim
Kingdom of Denmark
Kongeriget Danmark
Mottonone
(Royal motto: Guds hjælp, Folkets kærlighed, Danmarks styrke
"The Help of God, the Love of the People, the Strength of Denmark")
SingsingDer er et yndigt land (national)
Kong Christian (royal and national)
Location of  Denmak  (orange)– on the European continent  (camel & white)– in the European Union  (camel)                  [Legend]
Location of  Denmak  (orange)

– on the European continent  (camel & white)
– in the European Union  (camel)                  [Legend]

Kapitol
(and largest city)
Copenhagen
55°43′N 12°34′E / 55.717°N 12.567°E / 55.717; 12.567
Tokples bilong gavman Tok Denmak1
Gavman Constitutional monarchy
 -  Monarch Margrethe II
 -  Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt
Consolidation (prehistoric) 
EU accession 1 January 1973
 -  Wara (%) 1.62
Manmeri
 -  2007 estimate 5,457,415 (109th)
GDP (PPP) 2006 estimate
 -  Olgeta $198.5 billion (45th)
 -  Long wanwan manmeri $37,000 (6th)
GDP (nominal) 2006 estimate
 -  Olgeta $256.3 billion (27th)
 -  Long wanwan manmeri $46,600 (6th)
Gini (1997) 24.7 (low) (1st)
HDI (2004) Green Arrow Up Darker.svg 0.943 (high) (15th)
Karansi Danish krone (DKK)
Taim hap CET2 (UTC+1)
 -  Sama (DST) CEST2 (UTC+2)
Intanet kod .dk2
Telefon kod 45
1 Co-official with Greenlandic in Greenland, and Faroese in the Faroe Islands. German is recognised as a protected minority language in the South Jutland area of Denmark. Danish is recognized as a protected minority language in the Schleswig-Holstein region of Germany.
2 For Denmark excluding the Faroe Islands and Greenland. The TLD .eu is shared with other European Union countries.
3 The Faroe Islands use +298 and Greenland uses +299.

Denmak em i wanpela kantri long Yurop. Kantri we i klostu long em i Siamani, Nowe na Swidan. Kapitol bilong Denmak i Copenhagen. Copenhagen i bikpela taun tumas bilong Denmak tu. Tokples ofisel bilong Denmak i Tok Denmak.


(Dispela pes Denmak em i liklik tumas. Yu inap raitim moa sapos yu laik halivim Wikipedia. Hau?)