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Danish is the official language of Denmark, but it is also spoken in Greenland and the Faroe Islands. It was once used as the official language of Norway and Iceland. The origins of Danish are in the 9th century, when it began to separate from Norse. Literary Danish was formed under the influence of low German as it became connected to towns in the Hanseatic League. Danish belongs to the North Germanic languages, being closest to Norwegian and Swedish.
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