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It was required that each municipality had more "Yes" votes than "No" votes.
The first regional mayor in the first three years from 2003 until 2005 was Thomas Thors (born 28 July 1949), a physician and member of the Social Democrats and previously the last mayor of Rønne Municipality for five years from 1998 until 2002.As a result of the climate, a local variety of the common fig, known as Bornholm's Diamond, can grow locally on the island.The island's topography consists of dramatic rock formations in the north (unlike the rest of Denmark, which is mostly gentle rolling hills) sloping down towards pine and deciduous forests (greatly affected by storms in the 1950s), farmland in the middle and sandy beaches in the south.The total area according to and Regional Key Figures) was 588.36 square kilometres (227.17 sq mi) (January 2016). The island is called solskinsøen (Sunshine Island) because of its weather and klippeøen (Rock Island) because of its geology, which consists of granite, except along the southern coast.The heat from the summer is stored in the rock formations and the weather is quite warm until October.However, Swedish speakers often consider Bornholmian to be easier to understand than standard Danish.
The intonation resembles the Scanian dialect spoken in nearby Scania, the southernmost province of Sweden.
Bornholm Regional Municipality, established January 2003 by the merger of Bornholm County with 5 municipalities, covers the entire island.
Bornholm was one of the three last Danish municipalities (Danish: ) not belonging to a county — the others were Copenhagen and Frederiksberg.
) is a Danish island in the Baltic Sea, to the east of the rest of Denmark, south of Sweden, northeast of Germany and north of the westernmost part of Poland.
The main industries on the island include, dairy farming, and arts and crafts such as glass production and pottery using locally worked clay. There is an especially large number of Denmark's round churches on the island.
The Ertholmene archipelago is located 18 kilometres (11 miles) to the northeast of Bornholm.