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  1. The Capital Region of Denmark is one of five regions in Denmark and consists of the municipalities of Copenhagen and Frederiksberg, the former counties of Copenhagen and Frederiksborg, and the regional municipality of Bornholm. In Danish the name is Region Hovedstaden. It borders Zealand and Sweden 's Skåne County via the Øresund Bridge .

    • 2,568.29 km² (991.62 sq mi)
    • Denmark
  2. The Capital Region (Danish: Hovedstadsregionen, pronounced [ˈhoːð̩stæðsʁekiˌoˀnn̩]) was the administrative name of the municipalities of Copenhagen and Frederiksberg and the counties of Frederiksborg, Copenhagen, and Roskilde.

  3. There are 29 municipalities in the Capital Region of Denmark. Copenhagen; Frederiksberg; Albertslund; Allerød; Ballerup; Bornholm; Brøndby; Dragør; Egedal; Fredensborg; Frederikssund; Furesø; Gentofte; Gladsaxe; Glostrup; Gribskov; Halsnæs; Herlev; Hillerød; Hørsholm; Høje-Taastrup; Hvidovre; Ishøj; Lyngby-Taarbæk; Rudersdal; Rødovre; Tårnby; Vallensbæk

    • 2,568.29 km² (991.62 sq mi)
    • Denmark
  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › DenmarkDenmark - Wikipedia

    The area and populations of the regions vary widely; for example, the Capital Region, which encompasses the Copenhagen metropolitan area with the exception of the subtracted province East Zealand but includes the Baltic Sea island of Bornholm, has a population three times larger than that of North Denmark Region, which covers the more sparsely populated area of northern Jutland.

  5. Dinamarca forma parte de Escandinavia y solo tiene frontera terrestre con Alemania, aunque desde 1999 está unida con Suecia por carretera y ferrocarril, a través del puente de Øresund. El territorio danés está compuesto por la península de Jutlandia (Jylland) y por 407 islas de las cuales 79 están habitadas (2009). [.