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According to watchtutorials, the population of Denmark is estimated to be 5.8 million people, making it one of the smaller countries in Europe. The population is mainly of Scandinavian descent, with the majority being ethnic Danes. There are also sizable numbers of immigrants from other European countries, North Africa, and the Middle East. Denmark has a high level of gender equality and a low birth rate compared to other European countries. In 2019, the median age was 42 years old, with 21% of the population being under 15 years old and 18% over 65 years old. This means that the country has an aging population which may pose some challenges in terms of providing healthcare and social services in the future. Education is highly valued in Denmark and almost all children attend school until at least age 16. The literacy rate is very high at 99%. In terms of religion, most Danes are members of the Evangelical Lutheran Church while there are also small but growing numbers who identify as Muslim or non-religious. The overall crime rate in Denmark is low compared to other developed countries with only 0.2% violent crimes reported per 1000 people annually in 2019 according to Eurostat data. See iamhigher for Denmark Population and Language.

Denmark Political System, Famous People, Animals and Plants

Denmark: political system According to COMPUTERMINUS.COM, Denmark is a parliamentary democracy whose head of state is a king or queen. The head of government is a prime minister elected by parliament. Elections to the 179-member parliament take place every 4 years. Greenland and the Faroe Islands each have 2 members in parliament.  See AbbreviationFinder for… Read More »

How to get to Denmark

Overview With its clean cities and scenic countryside, efficient infrastructure and commendable public administration structure, Denmark is a fantasy come true except for one thing – the sunless winters. When it comes to entertainment, Denmark has a lot to offer. Museums, festivals, architecture and shopping will satisfy even the most adventurous visitor. If you are… Read More »

Denmark Under Frederick V

Even at the time of Frederick IV, the policy of internal accommodation was continued: schools were built, a territorial militia (Landmilits) was created (1701), serfdom was abolished (1702). In addition to this, despite the expensive constructions made and the great fire that had almost reduced Copenhagen to ashes (1728), it was possible to restore order… Read More »