Latitude and longitude coordinates are: 55.676098, 12.568337.
Copenhagen is the capital city of Denmark and one of the key tourism centers in the whole region of Scandinavia. The city was founded in the middle of the 12th century and is an important cultural center, with historical narrow streets, clean fresh air, excellent services, and very friendly residents. Geographically, Copenhagen is located in the easternmost part of the country, on the island of Zealand, right on the shores of the Oresund Strait which separates Denmark from Sweden. On the other hand, the famous Oresund Bridge connects the two shores of the strait and the two countries by providing both on-road and railway transportation links.
During the long and winding history of the city, it lived a number of ups and downs in its development. For many centuries Copenhagen has been a large center of transportation and commerce since there is a big and a few smaller ports located in the city and its neighborhoods. The iconic statue of the Little Mermaid has become a symbol of the city of Copenhagen known also for its rich culture and heritage, a huge number of museums, parks, monuments, theaters, and so on. The building of the Opera House of Copenhagen is modern and truly unforgettable. Numerous modern facilities for sports are available for various international events and championships.
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Copenhagen, Denmark Lat Long Coordinates Info
The latitude of Copenhagen, Denmark is 55.676098, and the longitude is 12.568337. Copenhagen, Denmark is located at Denmark country in the Cities place category with the gps coordinates of 55° 40' 33.9528'' N and 12° 34' 6.0132'' E.
|55° 40' 33.9528'' N
|12° 34' 6.0132'' E
Coordinates of Copenhagen, Denmark is given above in both decimal degrees and DMS (degrees, minutes and seconds) format. The country code given is in the ISO2 format.
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