The Danish Administrative Geographical Divison (DAGI)
Where are the parishes, where are the municipal boundaries, and where do we go to vote? You can find out in the Basic Data Register of the Danish Administrative Geographical Divison (DAGI)
DAGI contains the official administrative delimitations in Denmark. This is where The Agency for Data Supply and Efficiency keeps track of Denmark’s many boundaries.
Currently within the DAGI register, there are boundaries for the country’s approximately 2,200 parishes, 98 municipalities, 5 regions, 22 jurisdictions, 12 police districts, 110 constituencies and around 1,000 postcodes. In the future, the register will also include boundaries for voting areas (polling stations) and boundaries at sea, like territorial waters.