Openian hēafodlic getæl

Denemearc is þæt land þāra Dena. Hēo stent ofer Þēodisclande, and hire lēode sprecaþ on Denisce. Hire hēafodburg hātte Cēapmannahæfen (Denisc: København).

Denemearc
Kongeriget Danmark
Fana
Cassock of Geatwe
Fana
Cassock of Geatwe

Cƿide: Guds hjælp, Folkets kærlighed, Danmarks styrke
(Ænglisc: "Sēo helpe Godes, sēo Lufu þāra Lēoda, sēo Strengþu Denemearce")
Anstefn: Der er et yndigt land (national)
Kong Christian (cyneliċ and þēodliċ)

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Lēodƿeard Cyneƿīse
Ambihtlicu sprǣc Denisc sprǣc
Hēafodstōl Cēapmannahæfen
Brego Cƿēn
Margrethe II
Forma Þegn Mette Frederiksen
Brādnes 42,933 km²[1]
Menniscu 5,806,015[2]
Þiccnes 134.76 būend/km²
Gelēafan Crīstendōm
GDP Getæl: 370 mld USD[3]
For ǣlcum hēafde: 63,829 mld USD[3]
Feoh Denisc corōna
Tīdgyrdel Eallic tīd +1 Winter
Eallic tīd +2 Summor
Ƿebbnamena tægl .dk
Sprecungrīm +45
Wægnplatung DK
Logo Wikimedia Commons Denemearc Commons

Denemearc hæfþ manige īege and Ēotaland, þe is landfæst mid Europan. Ēac inne Denemearce cynerīce sind Grēneland and þā Faroisca Īega, þā sind ǣlc selfƿealdenda.

FrumanĀdihtan

  1. Area by region – StatBank Denmark – data and statistics.
  2. Population and population projections. Statistics Denmark.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Denmark. International Monetary Fund.
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Land on Europan
AlbaniaAndorraAzerbaijan1BelgiceBosnia and HerzegofinaCeclandCipros2CrecalandCroatiaDenemearcĒastrīceEstlandFaticanburg (Pāpseld) • FinnlandFranclandGeāned CynerīceHƿītrusslandĪrlandĪslandItaliaLetseburgLettlandLēohtenstānLiþþuaniaMelitaMoldofaMonacoNiðerlandNorþmæcedoniaNorþƿegPolalandPortugalPulgaralandRumǣniaRussland1San MarinoScearpbeorgasSerbiaSlofaciaSlofeniaSpēonlandSƿeartbeorgSƿēolandSƿisslandTyrcland1ÞēodsclandUcrægnaUngerland
Selfrīcsiendlica landbūnessa: Ēalendisca ĪegaAcrotiri and Ðecelia2CalpisCēsarēaFaroisca ĪegaGuernseyIan MagenManīeg
1. Þēod dǣllīce on Asie. 2. Geƿunelīce gesett tō Asie be eorþmetunge, ac nāþȳlǣs oft gedēmed sƿā Europisc for þēaƿe and stǣrlicum racum.