According to ALLCITYCODES.COM, Denmark is divided into five different area codes. The first, 8, covers the capital city of Copenhagen and the surrounding areas. It is the most populous area code in Denmark, with over 1 million people living in it. The second area code is 80, which covers the rest of Zealand and some of the islands surrounding it. This area code also includes parts of Funen and some other islands in Denmark. The third area code is 81, which covers Jutland and its surrounding areas. This area code includes parts of Southern Jutland, Northern Jutland, and some smaller islands in between them. The fourth area code is 82, which covers Bornholm and its surrounding areas. Finally, the fifth area code is 83, which covers Greenland and Faroe Islands. Each of these five area codes have their own unique characteristics that differentiate them from each other. For example, 8 has a higher population density than any other area codes in Denmark due to its proximity to Copenhagen and other major cities in Denmark such as Aarhus and Odense. 80 has a more rural feel to it since it encompasses many small towns throughout Zealand as well as some smaller islands off its coast such as Læsø or Morsø Island. 81 contains both cities like Aalborg as well as rural villages scattered throughout Jutland’s countryside while 82 has a more isolated feel due to its location on Bornholm Island off Denmark’s east coast. Finally, 83 includes both Greenland’s sparsely populated tundra landscape as well as Faroe Islands’ rugged terrain with steep cliffs overlooking the ocean waters below them. Denmark is a constitutional monarchy, with Queen Margrethe II as the head of state. She has no executive power, but she does have symbolic and ceremonial roles which involve her in the political life of the country. The government is headed by a Prime Minister and cabinet, chosen by the Parliament. The government is formed by a coalition of parties that are elected to Parliament, usually from one of two major parties: The Social Democrats or the Liberal Party. Denmark has a multi-party system, meaning that more than two parties can be represented in Parliament. This allows for more diverse and balanced representation in politics. Denmark has a long tradition of democratic rule and is considered one of the most stable democracies in Europe. It is known for its strong commitment to human rights and social welfare programs, which are enshrined in its constitution. Its citizens enjoy some of the highest levels of freedom and prosperity in Europe, thanks to its strong social safety net system which provides health care, education and other services to all citizens regardless of income or background. PETSINCLUDE: Features public policy of Denmark.