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Number the stars


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Number the stars

  1. 1. Miriam Losada, Ana Ruiz de Molina, Paula Serrano, Danae Benavente, Vanesa Muñoz
  2. 2.  Copenhagen. The Capital of Denmark is Copenhagen.  Official language. The only official language in Denmark is Danish.
  3. 3.  Borders. Germany borders Denmark.  Climate. Denmark has a temperate climate, the mildness of which is largely conditioned by the generally westerly winds.
  4. 4.  Famous author. Hans Christian Andersen was a Danish author and poet. Andersen is best remembered for his fairy tales.
  5. 5.  Theresienstadt. Theresienstadt or Terezin was a city built on the northwest of Prague in 1780 by Joseph II. The Red Cross was allowed to visit Terezin once. The Red Cross concluded that the Jews were being treated all right. Thousands died of malnutrition and exposure.
  6. 6.  King of Denmark? King Christian X of Denmark.
  7. 7.  Christian’s father. Frederick VIII of Denmark.  Christian’s wife. Alexandrina Duchess Augusta of Mecklenburg- Schwerin.  Danish West Indies. The January 17, 1917.
  8. 8.  World War II. The king immediately surrendered, and in return they respected their autonomy and the escape of the Jews were allowed.
  9. 9.  2 autonomous provinces.
  10. 10.  Island. The islands that form the archipelago are: The Faroe Islands are a group of islands in the North Atlantic Ocean between Scotland and Iceland. The Faroese archipelago consists of 18 islands of volcanic origin, of which 17 are inhabited. Its territory is predominantly mountainous with cliffs that are home to tens of thousands of seabirds, is dominated by meadows and forests lacking.
  11. 11.  Poblation. In Denmark live 5,584,758 people. EVOLUTION OF THE POPULATION BETWEEN 1961 AND 2003
  12. 12. Most populated cities in DENMARK
  13. 13.  Women and men. Men have a life expectancy of 76 years and women of 81 years.  Danish flag. The Danish flag is calledDannebrog, meaning 'Danish Flag' or 'red flag'.
  14. 14.  Danish social model. The Danish flexicuritymodel has its roots in the nineteenth century, when negotiations between employers and unions during the call Commitment September 1899.