Live casinos that are available for residents of DENMARK

Danish live online casinos are with real dealer are available in the lists below. Denmark has several lavish casinos, the biggest being Casino Copenhagen, which is located inside the SAS Scandinavia Hotel. Casino Copenhagen offers games such as roulette, baccarat, blackjack and poker and contains several slot machines, as well as featuring entertainment and fine dining.

Live Dealer Casinos that offer live dealer games licensed from DENMARK
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Lucky Live Casino
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Globet Casino
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Denmark, located in Northern Europe between the North Sea and Baltic Sea, is the southernmost of the Nordic countries and is bordered by Germany to its south. Sweden lies to the northeast and Norway to the north. The Kingdom of Denmark comprises a mainland peninsula and several islands, including two autonomous countries (Faroe Islands and Greenland, which is actually in North America).

While the whole area attributed to Denmark covers an area of just over 857,183 square miles (2.2 million sq. km.) and has a population of 5.7 million people, the peninsula covers 16.6 million square miles (43 thousand sq. km. and has a population of 5.5 million people. The Danish landscape includes picturesque countryside and coastline, as well as an abundance of castles and towns with cobbled streets.

While Danish (closely related to Norwegian and Swedish) is the country's official language, Faroese, Greenlandic and German are also recognized.

Denmark, which is the world's 7th richest economy by GDP, is one of the world's freest economies, enjoys robust international trade volumes and relies heavily on foreign trade, with Germany historically its most important partner. Principal Danish exports are machinery, instruments, fuels, chemicals, agricultural products and food products, in particular meat and fish.

Danish food still contains elements from a diet that goes back 150 years, based on beer and rye bread, pork and salted herrings, with specialties still consumed today including dried cod, 'øllebrød', (rye bread, sugar and non-alcoholic beer), porridge, split pea soup and sliced pork fried with apples. The Danish pastry has been part of Denmark's food heritage since 1840, after being produced by Viennese immigrant bakers. Danish cuisine has recently been influenced by the foods of other countries, with American-style buffets, Italian food and Asian dishes becoming especially popular in recent decades. Danes eat large amounts of meat, with pork being the most consumed.

Denmark's fascinating history goes back several centuries, with the actual land of 'Denmark' first referred to in literature at the end of the 9th century by Alfred, King of Wessex at the time, from around the time the Danes were known as 'Vikings', who conquered, raided and traded across several countries of Europe, while some archeological finds date back hundreds of thousands of years. Top tourist attractions include Copenhagen's Tivoli Gardens (the world's second oldest amusement park) and Legoland, as well as various museums, palaces, parks and zoos, while one of its most famous landmarks is Copenhagen's Little Mermaid statue based on the fairytale by Hans Christian Andersen.

While Danish art was heavily influenced historically by the Belgian and Dutch schools of painting, Danish art came into its own in the early 19th century, with the emergence of the Danish Golden Age. Denmark is renowned for its high standards of design, with several leading furniture designers, architects and makers of ceramics (such as the Royal Copenhagen brand) emerging over the years. The work of many of Denmark's leading designers is showcased at Copenhagen's Museum of Art & Design. Literature has always been a prominent feature of Denmark's cultural landscape, with the earliest writing being folk stories and myths written during the 10th and 11th centuries. Denmark's most internationally renowned writer is undoubtedly Hans Christian Andersen, the creator of several fairytales famous the world over. Internationally renowned writers who have emerged more recently include Karen Blixen, Inger Christensen and Peter Høeg.

Famous Austrians today include the movie director Lars von Trier, actor Viggo Mortensen (half-Danish), the actress Brigitte Nielsen (once married to Sylvester Stallone), ballroom dancer Camilla Dallerup, rock band The Raveonettes and Lars Ulrich (drummer in Metallica).