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|governo=Monarchia costituzionale
|valuta=Corona danese (DKK)
|superficie=43,094 km² ([[Isole Faroe]] e [[Groenlandia]] escluse)
|abitanti=5.450.661 (2006)
|lingua=Danese, Groenlandico ([[Groenlandia]]), Faroese ([[Isole Faroe]])
|religione=Luterani (95%), Protestanti e Cattolici (3%), Musulmani (2%)
|fuso=CET (GTM +1)
|prefisso=+45 (non per [[Isole Faroe]] e [[Groenlandia]])
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|sito=[ <small>Sito ufficiale del turismo danese</small>]
La '''Danimarca''' è una nazione [[Scandinavia|scandinava]] del [[Nord Europa]]. Parte del paese giace in una penisola lo [[Jutland]], posta a nord della Germania. Un'altra parte della Danimarca è costituita da un gran numero di isole che costituiscono un ponte tra lo Jutland e la Svezia. Tra queste spiccano per estensione le isole di [[Zalanda]] e [[Funen]].
La Danimarca famosa dapprima per essere la sede dei terribili Vichinghi divenne più tardi un potente stato dell'Europa settentrionale per trasformarsi in seguito in una delle più prospere nazioni del mondo. Pur facendo parte dell'Unione Europea, il paese ha preferito mantenere la propria moneta nazionale.
Le regioni turistiche della Danimarca sono:
*[[Zelanda]] (Sjælland)
*[[Jutland]] (Jylland)
*[[Funen]] (Fyn)
*[[Mon]] (Møn)
Smaller islands:
* [[Anholt]] in Kattegat.
* [[Fanø]] west of [[Esbjerg]]
* [[Rømø]]
* [[Mandø]]
* [[Fejø]]
* [[Femø]]
* [[Askø]]
* [[Bogø]]
* [[Omø]]
* [[Enø]]
* [[Langeland]] near [[Funen]]
* [[Samsø]]
* [[Læsø]]
* [[Sejerø]]
* [[Tåsinge]]
* [[Ærø]]
* [[Møn]]
* [[Als]]
* [[Drejø]]
* [[Endelave]]
* [[Orø]]
* [[Mors]]
* [[Sprogø]]
Denmark also has two overseas dependencies:
*[[Faroe Islands]]
Le quattro maggiori città della Danimarca sono:
*[[Copenaghen]] (København) -- Capitale del paese.
** [[Lyngby]] -- un sobborgo settentrionale della capitale
* [[Aarhus]] (Århus)
* [[Odense]]
* [[Aalborg]]
==Altre mete turistiche==
<!--*[[Legoland]] - Lego Brick theme park, everything is made by Lego's bricks. A must for children. Just 1 Km from Billund Airport in Jylland.
*[[Ribe]] - Denmark's oldest town
*[[Roskilde]] - Viking ship museum and cathedral. Also home of the famous [ Roskilde Festival].
*[[Hornbæk]], [[Gilleleje]], [[Tisvildeleje]], and [[Liseleje]] - Popular beach towns in north [[Zealand]]
*[[Skagen]] - On the top of [[Jutland]]
*[[Elsinore]] (Helsingør) - famous for '''Kronborg Castle''', the setting for Shakespeare's ''Hamlet'', located north of Copenhagen. Within the castle there's a museum about Shakespeare.
*[[Fanø]] - cosy holiday island located in [[Vadehavet]] near [[Esbjerg]].
*[[Bornholm]] - famous sites include [[Hammershus]], one of Denmarks best-kept castle ruins.
*[[Egeskov Castle]] - The castle is known as the best-preserved Renaissance moat castle in Europe. It is located 35 Km from Odense.-->
<!--===Ponti ragguardevoli===
There are several remarkable bridges interconnecting Danish islands.
*[ Øresund Bridge]
*[ Great Belt Bridge]
*[ Storstrøm Bridge]
*[ Farø Bridges]
*[ Lillebaeltbro]
*[ New Lillebaeltbro]-->
==Da sapere==
<!--''Terrain'' &mdash; Denmark is home to the 'lowest-highest' point in Europe; but what that exactly entails is somewhat uncertain. '''Ejer Baunehøj''', in the Lake District region south-west of [[Aarhus]] (Århus), seems to be the highest natural point (171m with a large tower built on top to commemorate the fact), although '''Yding Skovhøj''', some 3km away stands 2m higher owing to an ancient burial mound.  Either way, the 254m tops of the towers of the '''[ Great Belt Bridge]''' are technically the highest point(s) in Denmark!-->
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==Come arrivare==
[[Immagine:Da-map.png|thumb|right|250px|Mappa della Danimarca.]]
===In aereo===
L'aeroporto principale della Danimarca è quello di [[Copenaghen]] [] a [[Kastrup]] sull'isola [[Amager]] e dista 8 km dal centro della capitale. Il treno e gli autobus collegano l'aeroporto con il centro città.
<!--Denmark is served by two major and several minor airports.ciao amici
** [ Sterling], [ SAS Scandinavian], and others connect Copenhagen with many cities in Europe and beyond.
** [ EasyJet] serve Copenhagen from [[London]] Stansted and [[Berlin]] Schoenefeld.
* [ Aarhus Airport] is located on the [[Djursland]] peninsula 44 km north east of [[Aarhus]], 50 km from [[Randers]], 90 km from [[Silkeborg]], 99 km fra [[Horsens]], 98 km from [[Viborg]] and 138 km from [[Aalborg]]. An airport shuttlebus connects the airport to Aarhus Central Station from where you can reach the rest of Jutland by Train.
**[ Ryanair] offers connection to [[London]] [ Stansted Airport]
** [ SAS Scandinavian] offers frequent domestic service to its [ Copenhagen hub].
** [ British Airways] offers regional services to [[Oslo]], [[Gothenburg]] and [[Stockholm]].
* [ Billund Airport] in South-Central Jutland is located in the town Billund, 29 km from [[Vejle]], 65 km from [[Esbjerg]], 104 km from [[Odense]], 100 km from [[Aarhus]], 210 km from [[Aalborg]], and 262 km from [[Copenhagen]].  The airport is connected by buses to major cities and towns in the region.  Taxis are also available.
** [ Sterling] and others connect the region with several cities in Europe.
* [ Malmö-Sturup Airport] is located 61 km from [[Copenhagen]] and offers low-fares flights with [ Ryanair] and [ Wizzair]. An Airport shuttlebus connects the airport with Copenhagen central station. FlyBus charges 10 pounds / 100DK for the ride.-->
===In treno===
<!--[[image:Map_trains_dk.png|thumb|Map of train lines in Denmark]]
* [ ScanRail]
====From Germany====
There are five direct trains per day from [[Hamburg]] to [[Copenaghen]], approximately every two to three hours. These trains are loaded onto a ferry for the sea passage from Puttgarten to [[Rødby]], and the total journey time is around 4.5 hours.
There are also two train lines to [[Jutland]] from [[Hamburg]], one via Padborg and the other via [[Tønder]].-->
====Dalla svezia====
<!--Trains run every twenty minutes from [[Malmö]] to [[Copenaghen]]. The total journey time is 35 minutes.-->
===In autobus===
<!--[ Graahundbus], [ Eurolines], and [ Abildskou] run buses between european and danish destinations.
[[Berlin]] DKK 200 (7 hours).-->
===In nave===
====Dalla germania====
<!--*[ Scandlines] run ferries from Puttgarden to [[Rødby]] on [[Lolland]] and from [[Rostock]] to Gedser on Falster, as well as a ferry from Sassnitz to [[Rønne]] on [[Bornholm]].
====From Iceland, Faroe Islands and Shetland Islands====
*[ Smyril Line] run a ferry from Seyðisfjörður (Iceland) via Tórshavn (Faroe Islands), Lerwick (Shetland Islands) and Bergen (Norway) to Hanstholm in Northern Jutland.-->
====Dalla Norvegia====
<!--*[ Color Line] run ferries from [[Oslo]] and [[Kristiansand]] to [[Hirtshals]] and from [[Larvik]] to [[Fredrikshavn]] in Northern [[Jutland]]. 
*[ DFDS Seaways] run a ferry from [[Oslo]] via [[Helsingborg]] (Sweden) to [[Copenhagen]] on Zealand.
*[ Fjordline] run a ferry from [[Bergen]] via Haugesund and Egersund to Hanstholm in Northern Jutland.
*[ Stena Line] run a ferry from [[Oslo]] to [[Frederikshavn]].-->
====Dalla Svezia====
<!--*[ Bornholmstrafikken] run a ferry from [[Ystad]] to Rønne on Bornholm.
*[ Scandlines] and [ HH-Ferries] both run ferries from [[Helsingborg]] to [[Elsinore]] (Helsingør) on Eastern Zealand.
*[ Stena Line] run a ferry from Varberg to Grenaa in Eastern Jutland.
====From the United Kingdom====
*[ DFDS Seaways] run a ferry from [[Harwich (England)|Harwich]] to [[Esbjerg]] in South-Western Jutland.-->
==Come spostarsi==
<!--Long distance train travel is done with DSB, the Danish State Rail system. [] A number of long distance bus companies also operate. Each region in Denmark has its own local public transportation company. For public transportation (trains, buses and ferries) use the online travel planner Rejseplanen.
There are two ways to buy tickets. For local trips you can buy a ticket from the regional transportation company based on a zone system. This ticket is valid on all public transportation including DSB trains for one to two hours (depending on the number of zones you travel). Most public transportation companies offer a number of passes which can save you a substantial amount on transportation.  In the greater Copenhagen region, the zone system is complemented by a system of “klippekort”, clip cards. These cards come in a variety of colors where the color signifies the total number of zones one can travel through for each clip. So a two zone card clipped once allows one an hour of travel throughout two zones. A two zone card clipped twice in the same machine is valid for travel in four zones or from the airport at Kastrup to the main train station in Copenhagen. DSB also uses a similar system of klippekort for travel in the Oresund region.
To use a klippekort, you insert the card, face up, into the yellow machine on the train platform. You will hear a clunk as a clip is removed from card. Repeat to add zones. The machine will also have a zone map and a guide to explain how many clips it takes to travel from where you are to where you want to go.-->
===In autobus ===
<!--Long distance bus-service between Jutland and Copenhagen is possible with the companies ''Abildshou'' (line 888)                                                    [] and ''Søndergaards Busser'' [].
An Århus-Copenhagen ticket is 240 DDK for adults with Abildskou.
See also the overview []-->
=== In treno ===
<!--The primary Danish train company is Danish State Rail or DSB []although there are small other rail lines operated by other companies. DSB also operates the S-Tog commuter rail system around the greater Copenhagen area. Eurail passes are valid on all DSB trains. Danish trains are comfortable, modern and expensive. Tickets can be purchases in stations, from vending machines in the stations and via DSB's website. In addition to a ticket, many trains require a seat assignment. Most trains have 230V power outlets.-->
=== In traghetto ===
===In auto o in bicicletta===
<!--There are no toll-roads except the two big bridges: [ Storebæltbroen] between [[Zealand]] and [[Funen]] (DKK 200 one way), and [ Øresundbroen] between [[Copenhagen]] and [[Malmo]] (DKK 235 one way).
[[Immagine:MarguiriteRoute.jpg|thumb|Marguerite Route sign]]
'''Margueritruten''' is one 3500 Km long connected route of small scenic roads passing 100 important Danish attractions. It is marked by brown signs with the white Marguerite Daisy flower. It is marked on most roadmaps.-->
===In autostop===
<!--It's quite easy to hitchhike in Denmark. People who pick up hitchhikers usually speak English.
Destination boards are recommended.  It's illegal to hitchhike on the highways, so it is better to use highway-entrances and gas stations.  When crossing by ferry, try to get into a car that already paid for the ticket.
If you hitchhike from the southern part of Denmark (direction from Hamburg or Kiel, Germany), and continue in direction to Copenhagen, make sure the driver doesn't stop in Kolding. If he does, ask him to stop at the last gas station before Kolding. On the Kolding highway crossing there is no place to hitchhike and it's one of the worst places in Europe for hitchhikers.-->
===In aereo===
<!--[ Scandinavian Airlines], [ Danish Air Transport] and [ Cimber Air] all operate domestic routes. If you are not in a hurry, however, trains will often get you where you want to go a lot cheaper. The exception being the Island of [[Bornholm]] where air travel is often both fast and inexpensive.-->
==Farsi capire==
<!--Denmark's national language is [[Danish phrasebook|Danish]], a member of the Germanic branch of the group of Indo-European languages, and within that family, part of the North Germanic, East Norse group. It is, in theory, very similar to [[Norwegian]] Bokmål and [[Swedish]], and is to some extent intelligible to speakers of those languages, especially in written form. Its sound, however, is more influenced by the guttural [[German]] language, though, rather than the lilting languages found to the north and understanding spoken Danish may be a trace more difficult to those who only speak Swedish or Norwegian.
[[English]] is widely spoken in Denmark, especially in the larger cities.  German is spoken in areas that attract tourists from Germany, i.e. mainly the Jutland West Coast, the southern part of Funen and nearby islands (e.g. [[Langeland]] and [[Ærø]]), and also in Southern Jutland (Sønderjylland / Northern Schleswig).-->
<!--The national currency is the Danish ''krone'' (DKK, plural "kroner"). In the more "touristy" shops in Copenhagen, and at the traditional beach resorts along the Jutland West Coast and Bornholm Island it will often be possible to pay in Euro. The Danish krone is pegged to the Euro to an accuracy of 2.25%. The exchange rate is around 1 EUR = 7.45 DKK.
Automatic teller machines are widely available.
You should note that almost everything in Denmark is expensive; particularly if you're not from Northern Europe. All consumer sales include a 25% sales tax but displayed prices are legally required to include this, so they are always exact. If you are from outside the EU/Scandinavia you can have some of your [ sales tax refunded] when leaving the country.-->
<!--Apart from the kebab shops and pizza stands, dining in Denmark can be fairly expensive, but a worthwhile cost.  Traditional Danish fare includes items as pickled herring, fried sanddab, and other assorted seafood items.  Hearty meats are also prevalent, as seen in items such as frikadeller (pork only or pork and veal meat balls topped by a brown sauce) and "stegt flæsk og persillesovs" (thick pork bacon slices topped by a parsley cream sauce).  Many meals are also accompanied by a beer, and shots of aquavit or schnaps, though these are mainly enjoyed when guests are over.  Drinking along with meals is encouraged as the foods are enhanced by the drinks, and vice versa.  For dessert, try either "ris à l'amande" (rice pudding with almonds with cherries) or æbleskiver. For candy try a bag of "Superpiratos" (hot licorice candy).-->
<!--The traditional Danish lunch is '''smørrebrød''', open sandwiches usually on rye bread - fish are served on white bread, and many restaurants give you a choice of bread. Smørrebrød served on special occasions, in lunch restaurants, or bought in lunch takeaway stores, are piled higher than the daily fare.
Some of the most popular and traditional choices are:
* '''Pickled herring''', plain, curry, or with red spices.
* '''Liver Paté Sandwich''', probably the most popular
* '''Stjerneskud''',  salad, plaice, shrimp, etc.
* '''Røget ål og røræg''', smoked eel and scrambled eggs
* '''Pariserbøf''',  beef patty cooked rare with capers, horseradish, raw onions, and a raw egg yolk on top.
* '''Dyrlægens Natmad''', liver pate, slices of salty meat, onion rings, jellied meat sauce.
* '''Beef tartar'''
* '''Flæskesteg''', Slices of pork roast with pickled red cabbage.
* '''Roastbeef''', with remoulade, fried onion, horseradish.
* '''Kartoffel''', sliced potatoes, tomatoes, and mayonnaise.
* '''Hakkebøf''', beef patty with soft fried onions, a fried egg, pickles.
* '''Shrimps''', you get a generous portion of just shrimp with a little mayonnaise.
* '''Ost''', Cheese. Try a very old cheese served with raw onions, eggyolks, and rum.-->
<!--Danish beer is a treat for a beer enthusiast.  The largest brewery, Carlsberg (which also owns the Tuborg brand), offers a few choices, as well as a delicious "Christmas beer" in the 6 weeks leading up to the holidays.  Other tasty beverages include the aforementioned aquavit, gløgg, a hot wine drink popular in December. Danish beer is mostly limited to pilseners which are good, but not very diverse. However in the last few years Danes have become interested in a wider range of beers. During the Christmas season, Glögg, a hot spiced red wine with raisens and almonds is popular fare for warming up from the cold with a group of friends.
[ The Danish Beer Enthusiasts] maintain a
[ list of bars and restaurants with a good selection of beers] as well as [ a list of stores with a good selection]-->
<!--* '''Danhostel''' [] Hostels
* '''CAB INN''' [] Chain of budget hotels
* '''Zleep hotels''' [] Unmanned budget hotels-->
===Prezzi medi===
<!--* '''Best Western''' [] 15 hotels in Denmark including hotels in smaller towns.
* '''Scandic-Hilton''' [] All rooms have free wireless internet. Great discounts when booking early.
* '''Radisson-SAS''' [] Most hotels have [|Free wireless internet]. Found in all major Danish cities.-->
== Attività ricreative ==
<!--* '''Billetnet'''[] books larger concerts, theater plays, sporting events etc. You can book online or in any post office. If you book online you can have the tickets mailed to you or you can print out a confirmation and exchange it for a ticket at a BilletNet office or at the scene.-->
==Sicurezza personale==
<!--* Generally: Denmark is very safe. No risk of natural disaster or animal attack. Crime and traffic are only minor risks.
* In the traffic: Danes generally drive by the rules (except for the bicycles) but may not be very helpful to other drivers in ceding right of way, etc. Watch out for the bicycles in the cities, especially when turning across bicycle lanes; they have right of way. On highways, make sure that you only pass on the left, and be aware that Danes like to drive fast. Also, as a special note to American drivers, it is illegal in Denmark (as in rest of Europe) to turn right on a red light.
* On foot in cities: As mentioned above, Danes drive by the rules, and they have every expectation that pedestrians do the same. Therefore, it is important to obey '''Walk/Don't Walk''' signals and avoid jaywalking in cities, simply because cars will not slow down since you're  not supposed to be there.
* On the beach: Don't bathe alone. Don't get too far away from land. Don't jump head first in shallow water. Swim along the coast rather than away from it.
* In the city: A few districts in major cities should be avoided at night by the unwary, or by lone women.
In an emergency dial '''112''' (police/medical help/fire brigade). This is toll free, and will work even from cell phones with no SIM card.-->
==Precauzioni igieniche==
<!--Tap water is potable unless indicated. Restaurants and other places selling food are visited regularly by health inspectors and are awarded points on a 1-4 "smiley scale". The ratings must be prominently displayed, so look out for the happy face when in doubt. While pollution in the major cities can be annoying it doesn't pose any risk to non-residents. Nearly all beaches are fine for bathing - even parts of the Copenhagen harbor recently opened for bathing.-->
===Sigarette e fumo===
<!--Smoking is not allowed in government buildings with public access (hospitals, universities, etc). It is allowed in restaurants and bars, but they have to use an official sign to tell if the place is smoking, non-smoking, or non-smoking in a separate area. There have been made propositions in the parliament for a complete smoking ban in all public areas; including restaurants and bars. The majority of politicians and Danes are for a ban. the Danish Lung Association maintains a list of [ smoke free restaurants, bars etc].-->
[[Immagine:Rygepolitik.jpg|Sign for non-smoking in separate area]]
<!--* When it comes to conversing with Danes, most do not expect foreigners to speak Danish and if the Dane can not figure out where you come from in Denmark by your accent, they will automatically speak English. 'Taler du engelsk?' is polite to ask, before addressing someone especially when further out in the smaller towns or when speaking to older Danes.
* No respectful titles are necessary when addressing someone. The titles 'Hr' and 'Fru' have mostly disappeared from use in Denmark, and people are generally addressed by their first name regardless of the situation.
* Despite their disregard for formality, Danes are very polite and well mannered while in public. Be sure to practice good table manners while at restaurants, and make sure to learn the dozens of ways to say 'thank you' in Danish.
* Drinking alcoholic beverages in public is considered socially acceptable in Denmark, and having a beer out in a public square is a common warm weather activity there. But be sure to do so in moderation, especially during the daytime.-->
<!--===Embassies and Consulates===
This is a list of embassies and consular posts in Denmark, as of February 2005. The list is far from all-extensive, it includes only the big countries. The embassy addresses themselves are limited to only the main cities, and other places of interest for the particular nation. Full list can be viewed [ Embassies and Consulates(Updated)].
''Consular Section of Embassy''<br>
''Dampfærgevej 26''<br>
''2100 Copenhagen Ø''<br>
''Tel 70 26 36 76''<br>
''Consular Section of Embassy''<br>
''Ny Østergade 3, 2nd fl.''<br>
''1101 Copenhagen K''<br>
''Tel 33 67 01 64''<br>
''Consul Thorkild Rydahl, 1996''<br>
''Frederiksgade 34''<br>
''8000 Århus C''<br>
''Tel 86 18 35 00''<br>
''Consular Section of Embassy''<br>
''Stockholmsgade 57, Box 2712''<br>
''2100 Copenhagen Ø''<br>
''Tel 35 45 99 00, 35 45 99 11''<br>
''Consul Torben Østergaard-Nielsen, 1988''<br>
''c/o A/S Dan-Bunkering Ltd.''
''Strandvejen 5''<br>
''Postbox 71''<br>
''5500 Middelfart''<br>
''Tel 64 41 54 01''<br>
''Consul Knud Thybo, 1984''<br>
''c/o Fehr & Co. A/S''<br>
''Svendborgvej 90''<br>
''5260 Odense S''<br>
''Tel 66 14 14 14''<br>
''Consul Finn Prang-Andersen, 1998''<br>
''Havnegade 4''<br>
''8000 Århus C''<br>
''Tel 86 18 25 88''<br>
''Consular Chancery of Embassy''<br>
''Engskiftevej 4''<br>
''2100 Copenhagen Ø''<br>
''Tel 39 18 34 44''<br>
''Consul Henning Holmen Møller, 1996''<br>
''c/o Rådgivningsfirmaet Holmen Møller ApS''<br>
''Lille Torv 6''<br>
''8000 Århus C''<br>
''Tel 86 12 14 00''<br>
''Consular Section of Embassy''<br>
''Pilestræde 61''<br>
''1112 Copenhagen K''<br>
''Tel 33 11 33 44''<br>
''Consul-General Jørgen E. Handberg, 1991''<br>
''Dalgas Avenue 57''<br>
''8000 Århus C''<br>
''Tel 86 18 03 22''<br>
====The Netherlands====
''Consular Section of Embassy''<br>
''Toldbodgade 33''<br>
''1253 Copenhagen K''<br>
''Tel 33 70 72 00''<br>
''Consul Ernst Moth Nielsen, 1987''<br>
''Kvaglundvej 82''<br>
''6705 Esbjerg Ø''<br>
''Tel 76 14 55 30''<br>
''Consul Robert Rasmussen, 1998''<br>
''Christiansgade 70''<br>
''5000 Odense C''<br>
''Tel 66 11 27 77''<br>
''Consular Section of Embassy''<br>
''Vice-Consul Eli Strøm, 1996''<br>
''Consul Erling H.C. Korch, 1984''<br>
''Amaliegade 39''<br>
''1256 Copenhagen K''<br>
''Tel 33 14 01 24''<br>
''Consul Steen Haustrup, 1989''<br>
''Energivej 40''<br>
''Postboks 151''<br>
''5260 Odense S''<br>
''Tel 65 95 70 02''<br>
''Consul Heine Bach, 2004''<br>
''St. Torv 1''<br>
''8000 Århus C''<br>
''Tel 89 33 36 19''<br>
''Consular Section of Embassy''<br>
''Kristianiagade 21''<br>
''2100 Copenhagen Ø''<br>
''Tel 35 42 22 66''<br>
''Vice-Consul Jens Otto Kjær Hansen, 1994''<br>
''c/o CFJE''<br>
''Olof Palmes Allé 11''<br>
''8200 Århus N''<br>
''Tel 86 19 02 22''<br>
''Consular Section of Embassy''<br>
''Sankt Annæ Plads 15 A''<br>
''1250 Copenhagen K''<br>
''Tel 33 36 03 75''<br>
''Consul Hans Erik Hempel-Hansen, 1983''<br>
''Vestergade 97-101''<br>
''Postbox 927''<br>
''5100 Odense C''<br>
''Tel 63 12 82 00''<br>
''Consul Aksel Groth, 1999''<br>
''Sct. Laurentiivej 26''<br>
''9990 Skagen''<br>
''Tel 70 15 10 00''<br>
''Consul Søren Lund, 1990''<br>
''Sct. Clemens Stræde 7, 1''<br>
''Postbox 623''<br>
''8100 Århus C''<br>
''Tel 86 12 50 00''<br>
====United Kingdom====
''Consular Section of Embassy''<br>
''*Consul David Stanley Thomas Morton, 2002''<br>
''Vice-Consul Jeanette Christoffersen, 1990''<br>
''Vice-Consul Susan Jane Oxfeldt Jensen, 1996''<br>
''Kastelsvej 38''<br>
''2100 Copenhagen Ø''<br>
''Tel 35 44 52 00''<br>
''Consul Frits Niegel, 1980''<br>
''Albanitorv 4''<br>
''5000 Odense''<br>
''Tel 66 14 47 14''<br>
''Consul Claus Herluf, 1988''<br>
''Skolegade 19 B''<br>
''8100 Århus C''<br>
''Tel 87 30 77 77''<br>
====United States of America====
''Consular Section of Embassy''<br>
''Dag Hammarskjölds Allé 24''<br>
''2100 Copenhagen Ø''<br>
''Tel 35 55 31 44''<br>
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