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The Jutland peninsula forms Denmark's only land border (68 kilometres or 42 miles) with Germany to the south. Nowhere in Denmark is further than 52 kilometres or 32 miles from the sea. The surrounding seas and the Gulf Stream ensure a generally mild, coastal climate. There are no mountains in Denmark. It is a low-lying country, Page xvi the highest elevation being only 173 metres or 568 feet above sea level. Wilderness areas account for only ten per cent of the country's territory. Two-thirds of Denmark's land is devoted to agriculture, which consists primarily of cereal production used in livestock fodder.
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