Brookfield Zoo Coupons

Just outside the borders of Chicago is a famous tourist attraction called the Brookfield Zoo. The zoo was opened July 1, 1934 and is open all year round. This zoo houses more than 20 interesting exhibits, ranging from dolphins to elephants. In recent years for Brookfield Zoo coupons were a little hard to get for some strange reason.

What really makes it stand out from any other zoo in America is its innovative use of ditches and moats instead of honor for the animal cages. This was also the first zoo to keep the show and the giant panda to America with the famous giant panda to the zoo, stuffed or Su Lin is on display for the Field Museum of Natural History.

Geography of Denmark

Denmark is located in Western Europe (it is one of the Nordic countries) on the Jutland peninsula and several islands in the Baltic sea. It sidelines both the (Baltic Sea) and the North Sea along its 7,987km coastline. Its size is comparable to that of Nova Scotia. Denmark has a 68 km border with Germany. Denmark experiences a temperate climate. This means that the winters are mild and windy and the summers are cool. The local terrain is generally flat with a few gently rolling plains. The territory of Denmark includes the island of Bornholm in the Baltic Sea and the rest of metropolitan Denmark, but excludes the Faroe Islands and Greenland. Its position gives Denmark complete control of the Danish Straits (Skagerrak and Kattegat) linking Baltic and North Seas. The country’s natural resources include Petroleum, natural gas, fish, salt, limestone, stone, gravel and sand.

Danish cinema

denmark1Danish cinema pioneer Peter Elfelt, a photographer, was the first Dane to make a film. Between the years of 1896 and 1912, he produced around 200 documentary films on life in Denmark. His first film was Kørsel med Grønlandske Hunde (Traveling with Greenlandic Dogs). Furthermore, he produced the first Danish feature film: Henrettelsen (Capital Execution, 1903). The first film show in Denmark took place in the Panorama cinema on the Town Hall square in Copenhagen, in June 1896. However, the selection of films had been made and produced abroad.

Frederiksberg

Frederiksberg – a district of Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark.

Frederiksberg is a spin-off district of Copenhagen. It has a town, its own authority, the town hall, etc. It is situated inside the border enclave as the capital city. Frederiksberg resident 92 234 inhabitants (2007). In the city there are five theaters, twenty-five churches, three large parks, a zoo and several universities among others. Academy of Commerce and the Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University. Previously, the city is called Ny Amager, but in the early eighteenth century residence built here Frederick IV and to honor the city has changed its name to Frederiksberg.

Vegetation

The original vegetation country’s forests were beech-oak-jesionowe and heaths. Currently, the vast majority of them have been replaced by arable land and pastures. Forests are less than 12% of Denmark and consist primarily of pine trees, jodeł, Świerkowa and larch, planted by man.

Politics

Denmark is a constitutional monarchy – Queen Margrethe II. Legislative power – unicameral parliament (179 MPs) elected for 4-year term (→ Folketing).

Denmark is the oldest European monarchy  with the continuity of hereditary power monarszej. Now sits on the throne of the Danish Queen Margrethe II, the daughter of Frederick IX and the queen Ingrid, with oldenburskiej dynasty, the line Sonderburg-Glücksburg, married Prince Henryk. Successor to the throne is the older son of Queen, Prince Frederick. Denmark is a constitutional monarchy between 5 June 1849 …

Denmark – Guide with tips for your holiday

Denmark belong to two autonomous regions in the North Atlantic: the Faroe Islands and Greenland. These areas came first under Danish rule in 1380 and are now both inside politically independent. 1948 was between the Shetland Islands and Iceland, the Faroe Islands Group of their autonomy. Greenland is located in the vicinity of the North American mainland, east of Canada. From 1953 to 1979, its government is an essential part of the Danish kingdom. Without these areas, Denmark has an area of 43 094 square kilometers. The peninsula of Jutland represents nearly 70 percent of the total area of the country dar. The capital of Denmark Copenhagen (Copenhagen).

Denmark is widely used by lowlands, the country is among the flattest in the world. The average height is only 30 meters above sea level. The survey is highest with 173 meters of Yding Skovhøy in the east of the Jutland peninsula.

The vast majority of the landscape received its present character during the last ice age, when the edges of the northern European Inlandeismassen went through Denmark. Today marked the end moraines of the former course of expansion of the ice. A pronounced Moränenzug Limfjorden runs from the west coast of Jutland east to Viborg and further south along the east coast of the peninsula. These moraine represents the boundary between the different types of landscape in the west and east of Denmark dar. The flat western side of Jutland is made from sand and other deposits of glacial melt water up. Along the coast are widespread dunes and sandbars on.

The east side of the peninsula is slightly higher. Its fertile plains alternate with rolling hills from. Numerous fjords divided the coastline and rich are often far into the interior inside. The Limfjord is Denmark’s northernmost fjord and runs east-west direction from the North Sea, Kattegat in the direction far into the interior of Jutland inside, with the North, he is on the Thyborøn-channel. In the north of Jutland is an outstanding balance coastal development. The island of Bornholm is mainly from granite gneiss and geological structure and belongs to southern Sweden. Denmark’s larger islands are loamy soils because of their extremely fruitful. On some islands, such as Zeeland, chalk deposits are distributed, the sometimes steep cliffs formed.