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Jutland (in Danish: Jylland) is the western part of Denmark, mainly made up by a peninsular, stretching up from Germany. It covers 2/3 of the entire Danish landmass (except the colonies) with its 29.777 kmē. It is 337 kilometres from the northern tip; Skagen, down to the southern border. This German border is the only place Denmark actually touches another country. It is the home to 2.575.000 citizens.
It holds a great mix of vide unspoiled nature, farm land, endless beaches and industry along with modem cities and ancient villages.