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Satellite image of Denmark in July 2001. Cropped image, original taken from NASA's Visible Earth

Interestingly, the Danish-German border is incorrectly placed. The line shown on the map has the correct shape, but is located c. 10 kilometres south of the current border. The line should have been positioned between the islands Rømø and Sylt in the west, and through the fjord to the east. Valentinian (talk) 17:09, 12 November 2006 (UTC)
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