Note:  Do not rely on this information. It is very old.


Jutland, a thinly peopled peninsula situated between the North Sea, the Baltic, and Germany. Its greatest breadth is upwards of 100 miles, and it is 300 miles in length. A low ridge of chalk hills run through it from south to north. It has formed part of Denmark since the 10th century, the Jutes having been previously its inhabitants.