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In the NUTS (Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics) codes of Denmark (DK), the three levels are:

Level Subdivisions #
NUTS 1 1
NUTS 2 Regions (Regioner) 5
NUTS 3 Lands (Landsdele) 11

NUTS codes

NUTS 1 Code NUTS 2 Code NUTS 3 Code
Denmark DK0 Hovedstaden DK01 Byen København DK011
Københavns omegn DK012
Nordsjælland DK013
Bornholm DK014
Sjælland DK02 Østsjælland DK021
Vest- og Sydsjælland DK022
Southern Denmark DK03 Fyn DK031
Sydjylland DK032
Midtjylland DK04 Vestjylland DK041
Østjylland DK042
Nordjylland DK05 Nordjylland DK050

In the 2003 version, before the counties were abolished, the codes were as follows:

NUTS 1 Code NUTS 2 Code NUTS 3 Code
Denmark DK0 Denmark DK00 Copenhagen and Frederiksberg DK001
Copenhagen County DK002
Frederiksborg County DK003
Roskilde County DK004
West Zealand County DK005
Storstrøm County DK006
Bornholm DK007
Funen County DK008
South Jutland County DK009
Ribe County DK00A
Vejle County DK00B
Ringkjøbing County DK00C
Århus County DK00D
Viborg County DK00E
North Jutland County DK00F

Local administrative units

Below the NUTS levels, the two LAU (Local Administrative Units) levels are:

Level Subdivisions #
LAU 1 Municipalities (Kommuner) 99
LAU 2 Parishes (Sogne) 2148

The LAU codes of Denmark can be downloaded here: [1]Page white excel.png

See also


  • Hierarchical list of the Nomenclature of territorial units for statistics - NUTS and the Statistical regions of Europe
  • Overview map of EU Countries - NUTS level 1
    • Overview map of EU Countries - Country level
    • Overview map of EU Countries - NUTS level 1
  • Correspondence between the NUTS levels and the national administrative units
  • List of current NUTS codes
    • Download current NUTS codes (ODS format)
  • Regions of Denmark,
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