Land Forms • For the most part Denmark is mostly flat except for the hilly central area on the Jutland Peninsula
Tourist Attractions • The first one is the Tivoli Gardens it is a place for all children and those who like to play. It’s a few minutes from there city hall. • The second one is the Lego land it is a amusement park with a water park to. Every thing is mostly made out of Lego blocks. It is located in Billund Denmark. • The third one is the zoo it has over 3,000 animals and a total of 264 different species. Its located in Copenhagen. • The forth one is theARoS Aarhus Art Museum it’s a five star museums and it is one of the largest museum in Northern Europe. It is located in Aarhus. • The last one are The Round Towers the round tower, is the oldest functioning observatory in Europe and stars have been watched here since 1642. • The last one are The Round Towers the round tower, is the oldest functioning observatory in Europe and stars have been watched here since 1642.
Tivoli Garden • Lego world Zoo ARoS Aarhus Art Museum The Round Tower
Government Denmark's government is Constitutional Monarchy. Helle Thorning-Schmidt is the Prime Minister.
Major Holiday April 9th. • This was the day when Germany invaded Denmark in second World War. • Flags on flagpoles must be half way up until 12:00pm, to indicate the mourning, after that it goes to full mast to know that Denmark is a free country today.
Economy • Not doing as well as it use to be but it is growing bigger every year. • Their currency is the Euro.
Fun Facts • Was the first European national to abolish slavery. • They eat more pasta than any body else. • Their average tax rate is 49% compare to the US tax rate on average of 35%. • They invented LEGO’s. • They have the oldest national flag.