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Denmark Climate

The Danish climate is determined by the country's position on the edge of the continent of Europe close to large sea areas and in the zone of prevailing westerlies. This position results in cool summers with a mean temperature of around 16o C and winters that are not particularly cold, with mean temperatures of around 0.5o C. Denmark is thus placed in the temperate climate zone.

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