Moroccasans are the most common ethnic group in Denmark, but the country is home to a number of other ethnic groups.
The country is known for its Mediterranean heritage and its rich culture and heritage, with several ethnic groups from across the globe.
Here’s what you need to know when you’re in the country.1.
Moroccan people are the biggest ethnic group of any country in the world.
According to the United Nations, the country has a total of 25.2 million people, of whom 4.3 million are Moroccants.
It is the fourth largest ethnic group worldwide.2.
It’s home to some of the largest ethnic populations in the European Union, according to Eurostat.
The total population of the EU is estimated to be around 11.6 billion people, with about 7 billion of those living in the 28-member bloc.3.
In terms of size, Denmark has one of the highest proportions of ethnic minorities in Europe.
According, a 2014 study conducted by the Center for Migration and Development at the University of Copenhagen found that Moroccany are among the largest minority groups in the EU, with an average of 12.6% of the population.4.
Moroccan people are generally considered to be a well-educated group.
The majority of the country (80%) is comprised of Muslims, and more than half of them (53%) are university graduates.5.
Morococans are among Europe’s largest Muslim populations.
According the United Nation’s 2016 count, the number of Muslims in Denmark is about 2.3 billion people.6.
Morrocans are generally well represented in the public sphere, with almost all of the political parties in the area being formed by Moroccains.7.
There are currently around 30 ethnic groups living in Denmark.
The most commonly represented are Morocca, Basque, Croat, Greek, Maltese, Norwegian, Serbo-Croat, Slovenian, and Serbian.8.
It was founded in 1606.
The last person to live there was an Ottoman sultan, who ruled from 1624 to 1652.9.
The name of the city of Copenhagen is derived from the Old Norse word for “land.”
The city is located on the northern coast of Denmark, just a few miles south of the North Sea and about 20 miles east of Copenhagen, according the Wikipedia article.10.
It has one major ethnic community that is mainly Bosniaks, as well as a large number of Albanians and Macedonians.
In 2017, Bosniak communities numbered around 100,000 people.11.
The number of Moroccafians in the United Kingdom is about 50,000, according Euronews.
There is also a significant Bosnian community in the U.K.12.
It started in the late 19th century as a colony for the Ottoman Empire, and today there are about 500,000 Moroccians living in Britain, according Eurostat, which estimates there are between 20,000 and 30,000 of those in London.13.
It received its independence from Spain in 1922.
It declared independence from Italy in 1939, which led to an internal war between Spain and Italy, and ended with the war in 1954, when Spain handed over control to the U,N.
The Moroccajeans and Serbs are the largest groups of the world’s Muslim population, accounting for about 50% of its population.
The Bosnian Serbs, who live in Bosnia and Herzegovina, are the third largest group, with 20% of their population, according data from the Pew Research Center.15.
The Serb minority is the second largest group in the Muslim world.
The population of Bosnia and Serbia is estimated at about 1.8 million, according Wikipedia.16.
There have been several attacks in the last year on mosques, which are considered places of worship, in Denmark as well.
According Euronair, there have been at least 11 attacks against mosques in Denmark since 2015.17.
In 2016, the Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the attacks, which occurred in the northern part of the Danish capital, Copenhagen.
In 2015, there were two attacks in Copenhagen.18.
There were no reported incidents of vandalism against the Danish flag in 2016, according Danish Interior Minister Anders Borg.19.
The national flag of the Netherlands is a blue-and-white eagle with the word “Danish” in gold and the words “Danes United.”
The Netherlands is home a large majority of Muslims and their flags have been the subject of a number.20.
The government of Croatia is home of about 80,000 Muslims, according The Local.
It also has a large population of Bosnian Muslims, who are the second-largest ethnic group on the country, according a 2015 study by the University College London.21.
The Albanian-dominated Serb-dominated country of Serbia has more than