Geography in Copenhagen

Copenhagen is the capital and most crowded city of Denmark. Starting at July 2018, the city has a populace of 777,218. It frames the center of the more extensive urban territory of Copenhagen (populace 1,627,705) and the Copenhagen metropolitan region (populace 2,057,737). Copenhagen is arranged on the eastern bank of the island of Zealand; another little part of the city is situated on Amager, and is isolated from Malmo Sweden, by the strait of Oresund. The Oresund Bridge associates the two urban areas by rail and street.

Initially a Viking fishing town built up in the tenth century in the region of what is presently Gammel Strand, Copenhagen turned into the capital of Denmark in the mid-fifteenth century. Starting in the seventeenth century it united its situation as a local focus of intensity with its establishments, guards and military.

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