Denmark is located in UTC+1, that is +1 hours in relation to the Greenwich Meridian.
The capital of Denmark is Copenhagen which has the same time shown above in our watch.
Denmark is located in UTC+1. Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) is divided into 24 hours, 12 of which are positive and 12 are negative.
The starting point is the Greenwich Meridian. On the right are the countries with early hours and the left those that are late.
The UTC setting in Denmark is defined in relation to the degree of distance of Denmark from the 0 degree point.
To find Denmark let's imagine the earth as a sphere, it has 360 degrees and if we divide that number by 24 hours we reach number 15, degrees an hour ago. Denmark and the capital Copenhagen are approximately the 15 degrees of Meridian. p>
Denmark is located on the Europe continent , is a city of Copenhagen and the timezone is UTC+1. At this time there is no daylight saving time in Denmark.