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Notes: : 'dɑnmɑɐ̥g̊) is the smallest and southernmost of the Nordic countries. Located north of its only land neighbour, Germany, southwest of Sweden, and south of Norway, it is located at 56° N 10° E in northern Europe. The national capital is Copenhagen. Denmark is regarded as a Scandinavian country, although it is not located on the Scandinavian Peninsula. The kingdom of Denmark (Danmarks Rige) includes Denmark proper, the Faroe Islands and Greenland.
Denmark borders both the Baltic and the North Sea. The country consists of a large peninsula, Jutland, which borders northern Germany, plus a large number of islands, most notably Zealand, Funen, Vendsyssel-Thy, Lolland and Bornholm as well as hundreds of minor islands often referred to as the Danish Archipelago. Denmark has historically controlled the approach to the Baltic Sea, and these waters are also known as the Danish straits.
Denmark became a constitutional monarchy in 1849 after having been an absolutist state since 1660 and has been a parliamentary democracy since 1901. Having existed for more than 1000 years, the Danish monarchy is the second oldest in the world, right after the Japanese. Denmark is a part of the European Union. The Kingdom of Denmark also encompasses two off-shore territories, Greenland and the Faroe Islands, both of which enjoy wideranging home rule. Since the mid-20th century, Danish society has been partly defined by the "Scandinavian Model" of public services.
Prehistoric Denmark
The earliest Danish archaeological findings date back to 130,000–110,000 BC in the Eem interglacial period. People have inhabited Denmark since about 12,500 BC, and agriculture has been in evidence since around 3,900 BC. The Nordic Bronze Age (1,800–600 BC) in Denmark was marked by burial mounds, which left an abundance of findings, including lurs and the Sun Chariot.
During the Pre-Roman Iron Age (500 BC – AD 1), native groups began migrating south. The Roman provinces…


City/Town : Latitude: 55.834422, Longitude: 10.284191


Matches 1 to 10 of 10

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Birth    Person ID 
1 Bech, Jijtte  13 January 1911Danmark I738863
2 de Crépon, Herfast  Date unknownDanmark I795647
3 Gaffelbaard, Sven  About 965Danmark I433739
4 Hauge, Elise Marie  18 January 1878Danmark I450165
5 Hauge, Mads Hansen  09 April 1880Danmark I449291
6 von Hiesmes, Ansfried  About 960Danmark I796974
7 Hollman, Winnie  Date unknownDanmark I681598
8 Nefer, Kirsten  Date unknownDanmark I680907
9 Petersen, Inga Maria  1913Danmark I672911
10 Underbjerg, Carsten  Date unknownDanmark I457403


Matches 1 to 4 of 4

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Died    Person ID 
1 Moltke, Carl Poul Oscar  05 September 1939Danmark I738880
2 Mulder, Jacob  Date unknownDanmark I421769
3 Roemelingh, Konrad  01 January 1676Danmark I34458
4 van Sleeswijk Holstein, Dagmar  13 October 1928Danmark I670936


Matches 1 to 2 of 2

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Occupation    Person ID 
1 Roemelingh, Konrad  Danmark I34458
2 Roemelingh, Konrad  Danmark I34458


Matches 1 to 1 of 1

   Family    Married    Family ID 
1 Hauge / Mathiesen  01 September 1877Danmark F175592


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