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Denmark–Norawa
Danmark–Norge
1524–1814
Cairt o Denmark–Norway, c. 1780
Cairt o Denmark–Norway, c. 1780
Status Unitary personal union (1524–1536) an (1660–1814)
Dualistic unitary state (1536–1660)
Caipital Copenhagen
Common leids Offeecial uise: Dens, German, Laitin
Minority/regional uise: Norse, IcelandicFaroese, Norn, Frisian, Greenlandic, Sami, Law German, Judaeo-Portuguese
Releegion Lutheran
Govrenment Elective monarchy (Denmark) 1524–1660, Absolute monarchy frae 1660.
Keeng  
• 1524–1533
Frederick I
• 1588–1648
Christian IV
• 1648–1670
Frederick III
• 1808–1839a
Frederick VI
Historical era Early modren Europe
• Gustav Vasa electit
    keeng o Swaden

June 6, 1523
• Kalmar Union collapsed
1524
• Dens rigsråd
    abolished

October 14, 1660
• Lex Regia confirms
    absolutism

November 14, 1665
• Treaty o Brömsebro
August 13, 1645
• Treaty o Roskilde
Februar 26, 1658
• Treaty o Kiel
Januar 14, 1814
• Congress o Vienna
Sept. 1814 – Juin 1815
Aurie
1780b 487,476 km2 (188,216 sq mi)
Population
• 1645c
1315000
• 1801d
1859000
Currency
Precedit bi
Succeedit bi
Kalmar Union
Denmark
Norawa in 1814
The day pairt o

As territory

As colonies

  • a: Frederick VI wis regent for his faither, so ruled as de facto keeng frae Aprile 14, 1784; he continued tae rule Denmark efter the Treaty o Kiel till his daith on December 3, 1839.
  • b: Denmark (43,094 km2 or 16,639 sq mi), Schleswig-Holstein (15,763 km2 or 6,086 sq mi), Norawa (mainland: 324,220 km2 or 125,180 sq mi), Faroes (1,399 km2 or 540 sq mi), Iceland (103,000 km2 or 40,000 sq mi). (Wi Greenland: addeetional 2,175,600 km2 or 840,000 sq mi.)
  • c: Estimatit 825,000 in Denmark, 440,000 in Norawa an 50,000 in Iceland[1]
  • d: 929,000 in Denmark, 883,000 in Norawa an 47,000 in Iceland[2]

Denmark–Norway (Dens an Norse: Danmark–Norge; German: Dänemark–Norwegen) is an umwhile poleetical entity consistin o the unitit kinricks o Denmark an Norawa, includin owerseas Norse dependencies o Iceland, Greenland, the Faroe Islands, an the Northren Isles.

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Coordinates: 55°40′N 12°34′E / 55.667°N 12.567°E / 55.667; 12.567