Climate of Denmark

The climate is in the temperate zone.

The winters are not particularly cold, with mean temperatures in January and February of 0.0 C, and the summers are cool, with a mean temperature in August of 15.7 C. Denmark has an average of 121 days per year with precipitation, on average receiving a total of 712 mm per year; autumn is the wettest season and spring the driest.

Language and Population of Denmark

The total population of Denmark is 5.3 million and the population density is 120 people per square kilometre.

The capital is Copenhagen, which has approximately 1.2 million inhabitants.

Copenhagen often called the Paris of the North has an old, historical centre and a large network of pedestrian streets, bicycle paths and parks.

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