Denmark has 5 land regions. There are a variety of features they consist of. The 5 land regions are Western Dune Coast, Western Sand Plains, East Central Hills, Northern Flat Plains and Bornholm.
The Western Dune Coastconsists of sandy beaches that extend almost the entire western coast.The Western Sand Plains consist of water from ancient glaciers formingsand plains, and it is mostly flat. The East Central Hills consists of marshes that the tide covers regularly. The Northern Flat Plains werepart of the sea bottom; the region rose from the water when the weight of ancient glaciers were removed by melting. Bornholm consists of granite rock that covers most of Bornholm.
There are many lakes and rivers in Denmark. Here are some of the largest ones and where they are located. The largest seas in Denmark are the Baltic Sea and the North Sea. The largest rivers in Denmark are the Guden, the Stor, the Varde and the Skjern.
The Baltic Sea is located south of Bornholm. The North Sea is located west of Denmark. The Skjern and the Varde rivers flow flow through the middle of Denmark. The Guden river flows through the northen part of Denmark. TheStor river flows on the southern tip of Denmark.
Denmark is a peninsula that thrusts into the North Sea. Denmark totals16,633 square miles and a coastline of 16,057 miles. 70% of Denmarkis Jutland. Major islands around Denmark are Zealand, Fyn, Lolland, Falseterand Amager.
Faeroe Islands are located northwest of Sottland. The climate on theFaeroe Islands is cool in the summers and mild in the winters. Its islandwas populated by Irish Monks. The land consists of mountains and valleyswith rocks. There are also 18 islands making up the Faeroe Islands. TheFaeroe Islands are 62 degrees N latitude and 7 degrees W longitude. Totalarea is 1,399 square miles with a coastline of 1,117 kilometers. More than95% of the islands experts are fisheries. Around 85% offamilies own their own houses with all the usual modern facilities. Thereare no forests; the vegetation consists almost entirely of grass, with someheather and bilberry shrubs. On the Faeroe Islands, the Faunna is extinct. The Faunna is a sea bird.
Greenland is the worlds largest island. It is 1,660 miles long from North to South. It is 750 miles wide from East to West. About 85%of Greenland is covered with ice. Sheep are raised on the southern part ofGreenland.
Danish landscape has been molded by men and women increasing nature'swork. The seacoast has remained the same, but the land has changed drastically. Feilds were divided, pastureland was cut out of forests. Environmentalistsare concerned that the land is taken too much for granted. Subsequently about 3.5%of Denmark's land has been protected.