You're in Denmark, a Scandinavian country in northern Europe known for its Viking history, royal palaces, and modern architecture.
The official language is Danish, but many people speak English as well.
The official currency is the Danish Krone (DKK). Credit and debit cards are widely accepted, and ATMs are readily available.
Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark, known for its waterfront Nyhavn district and the iconic Little Mermaid statue.
In case of emergencies, dial 112 for police, ambulance, or fire services.
Danish culture is centered around hygge, a concept of coziness and contentment. Common practices include greeting with a handshake, respecting personal space, and removing shoes indoors.
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See here some fun facts about Denmark.
Denmark is known for its Viking heritage, with historical sites and museums dedicated to this era.
Denmark is a bike-friendly country, with many dedicated bike lanes in cities and towns.
LEGO, the famous toy brick, was invented in Denmark by Ole Kirk Christiansen.
Denmark is a leader in renewable energy, with wind power contributing to a significant portion of its electricity needs.
Denmark has a modern royal family known for their public engagements and support for charitable causes.