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[an error occurred while processing this directive][an error occurred while processing this directive] Denmark ratified the World Heritage Convention on 25 July, 1979. As of August 2010, it has 4 World Heritage Sites, of which three are in the cultural category and one in the natural category. Denmark also has another 9 sites on the World Heritage Tentative List.

World Heritage Sites in Denmark

    Cultural
  1. Jelling Mounds, Runic Stones and Church (1994)
  2. Roskilde Cathedral (1995)
  3. Kronborg Castle (2000)

    Natural
  4. Ilulissat Icefjord (2004)

Location Map of World Heritage Sites in Denmark inc. Greenland


View World Heritage Sites in Denmark in a larger map Sites in Denmark on the World Heritage Tentative List:
  1. Amalienborg and its district (1993)
  2. Christiansfeld (1993)
  3. Church ruin at Hvalsø, episcopal residence at Gardar, and Brattahlid (A Norse/Eskimo cultural landscape) (2003)
  4. Aasivissuit, Arnangarnup Qoorua (Greenlandic inland and coastal hunting area) (2003)
  5. The International Wadden Sea (Danish-German-Dutch Wadden Sea) (2003)
  6. Stevns Klint (2010)
  7. Moler landscapes of the Liim Fiord (2010)
  8. The Trelleborg fortresses (2010)
  9. The Parforce Hunting landscape in North Zealand (2010)
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