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The Capital Region of Denmark (Danish: Region Hovedstaden) is the easternmost administrative region of Denmark, established on January 1, 2007 as part of the 2007 Danish Municipal Reform, which replaced the traditional counties (Danish plural: amter, singular: amt) with five larger regions. At the same time, smaller municipalities were merged into larger units, cutting the number of municipalities from 271 before 1 January 2006, when Ærø Municipality was created, to 98. The reform was implemented on January 1, 2007.
Cities, towns & villages in Capital Region
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CopenhagenCopenhagen (IPA IPA Danish: København ()) is the capital and most populated city of Denmark. It has a municipal population of 591,481 and a larger urban population of 1,280,371 (as of 1 January 2016). The Copenhagen metropolitan area has just over 2 million inhabitants. The city is situated on the eastern coast of the island of Zealand; another small portion of the city is located on Amager, and is separated from Malmö, Sweden, by the strait of Øresund. Show Copenhagenon the map
BrønshøjBrønshøj, part of the municipality of Copenhagen, forms, together with Husum, the administrative city district (bydel) of Brønshøj-Husum. Brønshøj lies on rising ground 4 km west of Copenhagen center and is bordered by the large wetland area of Utterslev Mose and Tingbjerg to the north. A number of ponds, lakes, and parks characterise Brønshøj. On its eastern edge, the ridgeline of Bellahøj provides extensive views over Copenhagen. Show Brønshøjon the map
GlostrupGlostrup Kommune is a suburban municipality (Danish kommune) and town in Region Hovedstaden on the island of Zealand (Sjælland) approx. 10 km west of Copenhagen in eastern Denmark. The municipality covers an area of 13.31 km², and has a total population of 22,151 (1 April 2014). Its Zip code (Postnummer) is 2600. Its mayor as of 2010 is John Engelhardt, a member of the Liberal Party (Venstre) political party. The municipality was established in 1841 following the municipal reforms of the 1840s, ranking as a parish municipality (sognekommune) until 1950 when suburbanisation of Copenhagen inhabited the municipality and the status was changed to town municipality (købstadskommune). From 1947 to 1960 the population in the municipality doubled due to the expanding suburbs of Copenhagen, reachin Show Glostrupon the map
AlbertslundAlbertslund Municipality (Danish: Albertslund Kommune) is a municipality in Region Hovedstaden on the island of Zealand in eastern Denmark. The municipality covers an area of 23,04 km², and has a population of 27,780 (1 April 2014). Its mayor is Steen Christiansen, a member of the Social Democrats political party. As of 2010 the social democrats have 9 of the 21 seats in the city council. Neighboring municipalities are Glostrup to the east, Ballerup and Egedal municipality to the north, Høje-Taastrup to the west, and Vallensbæk and Brøndby to the south. Show Albertslundon the map
Valbyis one of the 10 official districts of Copenhagen, Denmark. It is in the southwestern corner of Copenhagen Municipality, and has a mixture of different types of housing. This includes apartment blocks, terraced housing, areas with single-family houses and allotments, plus the remaining part of the old Valby village, around which the district has formed, intermingled with past and present industrial sites. Show Valbyon the map
HolmenHolmen (Danish: The Islet) is a water-bound neighbourhood in Copenhagen, Denmark, occupying the former grounds of the Royal Naval Base and Dockyards. In spite of its name, deceptively in singular, Holmen is a congregation of small islands, forming a north-eastern extension of Christianshavn between Zealand and the northern tip of Amager. Though technically a part of the central Indre By district of Copenhagen, being a cul-de-sac as districts go, the area has a somewhat quiet and \"remote\" reputation and feel to it. Show Holmenon the map
ChristianiaChristiania, also known as Freetown Christiania (Danish: Fristaden Christiania or Staden), is a self-proclaimed autonomous neighborhood of about 850 residents, covering 34 hectares (84 acres) in the borough of Christianshavn in the Danish capital Copenhagen. It was temporarily abandoned by residents in April 2011 while discussions continued with the Danish government about its future, but is now open again. Show Christianiaon the map
GentofteGentofte Kommune is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in the Capital Region of Denmark (Region Hovedstaden) on the east coast of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in eastern Denmark. The municipality covers an area of 25.54 km2 (9.86 sq mi), and has a total population of 74,548 (1 April 2014). Since 1993, its mayor has been Hans Toft, a member of the Conservative People's Party (Det Konservative Folkeparti). Neighboring municipalities are Lyngby-Taarbæk to the north, Gladsaxe to the west, and Copenhagen to the south. To the east is the Øresund, the strait that separates Zealand from Sweden. Show Gentofteon the map
EspergærdeEspergærde is a town situated in North Zealand near Øresund and is statistically considered part of the larger urban area some 5 to 8 km south of the centre of Elsinore and in reality separated from the urban area of by a 100 m wide unbuilt area, Egebæksvang forest and area under natural protection around Flynderupgård (previously a village, later a farm, today a museum). The urban area of Espergærde also covers the two former villages Tibberup and Mørdrup and part of the former fishing village of Skotterup, with 11.524 inhabitants (2008). Espergærde is well limited to the north by Egebæksvang forest and Flynderupgård, to the west by Rolighedsmoserne (swamp area) and (motorway or highway), to the south by Krogerup ma Show Espergærdeon the map
ChristianshavnChristianshavn is a neighbourhood in Copenhagen, Denmark. Part of the Indre By District, it is located on the island of Amager and separated from the rest of the city centre by the Inner Harbour. It was founded in the early 17th century by Christian IV as part of his extension of the fortifications of Copenhagen. Originally, it was laid out as an independent privileged merchant's town with inspiration from Dutch cities but it was soon incorporated into Copenhagen proper. Dominated by canals, it is the part of Copenhagen with the most nautical atmosphere. Show Christianshavnon the map
IshøjIshøj Municipality (Danish: Ishøj Kommune) is a municipality (Danish: kommune) in Region Hovedstaden on the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in eastern Denmark. The municipality covers 26 km², with a total population of 21,675 (1 April 2014), many of whom are Pakistani, African, Arab, or Turkish immigrants. Its mayor is Ole Bjørstorp, a member of the Social Democrats political party. Neighboring municipalities are Vallensbæk to the east, Høje-Taastrup to the north and west, and Greve to the south. Show Ishøjon the map
JægersprisJægerspris is a town and a former municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Hovedstaden. It lies in the northern part of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in eastern Denmark. The municipality covered an area of 96 km², and had a total population of 9,480 (2005). Its last mayor was Ole Find, a member of the Social Democrats political party. A significant portion of the north end of Jægerspris is covered by forest. There are also stretches of sand and dunes along the municipality's western side. Show Jægersprison the map
RønneRønne is the largest town on the Danish island of Bornholm in the Baltic Sea. It has a population of 13,579 (1 January 2015). Once a municipality in its own right from 1970 until 2002, when Bornholm was a county (Danish:Bornholms Amt) with an area of 29.11 square kilometres (11.24 square miles), it is now the administrative centre of the Bornholm municipality. As of 2014 between 11,000 and 12,000 inhabitants live in Rønne Parish, which is a narrow piece of land on the westernmost of the island and stretching north and southward comprising around a third of the area of the former municipality. Knudsker Parish made up the rest of the former municipality. Show Rønneon the map
HelsingeUntil 1 January 2007, Helsinge was a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Frederiksborg County on the north coast of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in eastern Denmark. It had a total population of 19,473 (2005), but in the summer months the population grew to over 36.000 people. Its last mayor was Claus Lange, a member of the Venstre (Liberal Party) political party. The main town and the site of its municipal council was the town of Helsinge. Show Helsingeon the map
KarleboKarlebo Kommune was until January 1, 2007 a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Frederiksborg County on the east coast of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in eastern Denmark. The municipality covered an area of 40 km², and had a total population of 19,163 (2005). Its last mayor was Olav Aaen, a member of the Venstre (Liberal Party) political party. The main town and the site of its municipal council was the town of Kokkedal. Other towns in the municipality were Kirkelte, Karlebo, Gunderød, Avderød, Hesselrød, Vejenbrød, and Nivå. Show Karleboon the map
Kongens LyngbyKongens Lyngby (Danish pronunciation: [ˈkʰʌŋəns ˈlyːŋby]; short forms Kgs. Lyngby or Lyngby) is the main city in the affluent Danish municipality of Lyngby-Taarbæk. Just north of Copenhagen, the city lies in the northern part of Denmark's largest island, Zealand (Danish, Sjælland). The city has two districts: Lyngby (east of Lyngby station) and Ulrikkenborg (west of the station). In the northern part of Kongens Lyngby is Lundtofte, site of the Technical University of Denmark. Show Kongens Lyngbyon the map
Islands BryggeIslands Brygge (English: Iceland's Quay) is a harbourfront area in central Copenhagen, Denmark, located on the north-western coast of Amager. The neighbourhood is noted for its waterfront park Havneparken, which is one of the most popular areas along the Copenhagen harbourfront and the location of one of the Copenhagen Harbour Baths. Show Islands Bryggeon the map
VedbækVedbæk is a suburban neighbourhood on the coast north of Copenhagen, Denmark. It belongs to Rudersdal Municipality and has merged with the town of Hørsholm to the north. The area has been inhabited for at least 7,000 as evidenced by the discovery of a Mesolithic cemetery of the Ertebølle culture. By the 16th century, there were a few small farms and fishermen's houses on the site and in the 18th century, well-to-do townsfolk from Copenhagen started to build country houses in the area. After a paddle steamer began to call at Vedbæk on its journey from Copenhagen to Helsingør, there was an influx of visitors. There are a number of large country houses and a historic church. There has been a railway station for some time and there are popular sandy beaches to the north and south. Enrum Forest Show Vedbækon the map
ArnagerArnager is a small fishing village in Rønne parish, Bornholm island, Denmark. It is approximately 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) southwest of Nylars, about 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) southeast of Rønne, and approximately 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) southeast of Bornholm Airport. Its population in 2010 was 151 residents. Arnager Bay is east of Arnager. Show Arnageron the map
TårbækTaarbæk is a Copenhagen suburb. The village covers approximately 0.5 km2, located between Jægersborg Dyrehave and Øresund in the Lyngby-Taarbæk Municipality. The population is estimated to 1700 residents. Traditionally Taarbæk was a fishing village, but nowadays the village is inhabited by people from the middle or upper class. Taarbæk is named after a former village called Torsbæk, which was located just north of where Taarbæk is today.Despite the small size Taarbæk has its own school, church, port, tennis club, water skiing club and football club.The water skiing club is among the best in Denmark. The football club Taarbæk IF, is one of the oldest football clubs in Denmark, founded on August 23, 1908. Show Tårbækon the map
SøllerødSøllerød is a suburban district of Rudersdal Municipality in the northern outskirts of Copenhagen, Denmark. The original village, one of the oldest in the area, is perched on Søllerød Hill on the south side of Søllerød Lake. It merged with the neighbouring village of Øverød to the north and the modern district of Holte to the southwest in the middle of the 20th century and now forms part of the Greater Copenhagen area. Show Søllerødon the map
FrederiksbergFrederiksberg (Danish pronunciation: is a part of the Capital Region of Denmark. It is formally an independent municipality (town), Frederiksberg Municipality, but is typically treated as a part of Copenhagen. It occupies an area of less than 9 km2 and had a population of 103,192 in 2015. Show Frederiksbergon the map
NivåNivå is a town with a population of 7,801 (1 January 2015) in the municipality of Fredensborg on the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in Denmark. Nivå is a residential town on the coast of the Øresund. It has a stop on the Copenhagen – Helsingør Kystbanen rail line. Show Nivåon the map
HundestedHundested is a town with a population of 8,543 (1 January 2015) and a former municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Hovedstaden in the northern part of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in eastern Denmark. The former municipality is surrounded by water on three side: to the north is the Kattegat, to the west is the channel leading into the Isefjord, and to the south is Roskilde Fjord and the channel leading into it from the Isefjord. Show Hundestedon the map
ØlstykkeØlstykke is a town and a former municipality (Danish, kommune) in Egedal municipality, Region Hovedstaden. The town is on the northern part of the island of Zealand (Sjælland), in eastern Denmark. The former Ølstykke municipality covered an area of 29 km², and had a total population of 15,358 (2005). Its last mayor was Svend Kjærgaard, a member of the Venstre (Liberal Party) political party. Show Ølstykkeon the map
AvedøreAvedøre is a south-western suburb of Copenhagen located in Hvidovre Municipality. The city is mostly made up of concrete blocks and row-housing, but some people residing in Avedøre live in detached single-family houses with gardens. One major high-rise block called \"Store Hus\" (lit. English: Grand House) dominates the suburb's skyline. The city has a relatively high rate of crime and many inhabitants are unemployed. Approximately 16,000 persons live in Avedøre, and approx. 60% of the inhabitants is either immigrant or born by immigrants, mainly from Iraq, Palestine, Lebanon, Spain and Turkey. Prior to 1 April 1974, Avedøre was illogically part of Glostrup Municipality, which it does not border but is separated from, but it was combined with neighboring Hvidovre Municipality from that date. Show Avedøreon the map
ÅkirkebyAakirkeby or Åkirkeby is a town in Denmark with a population of 2,052 (1 January 2015). It is the third largest town on the island of Bornholm in the Baltic Sea. It was the main town of the now abolished Aakirkeby Municipality. The town is situated in the middle of the southern half of Bornholm, between Rønne and Nexø. The Danish TV-station TV2 has a local office (TV2/Bornholm) in Aakirkeby. Aakirkeby could be translated to \"Stream Church town\", as Å or Aa is a stream. When speaking of the church alone, which dates from the mid-12th century, it is separated into two words: Aa Kirke. Show Åkirkebyon the map
HolteHolte is asuburban district in Rudersdal Municipality on the northern outskirts of Copenhagen, Denmark. The local town centre is centred on Holte station and is surrounded by extensive areas of single-family, detached homes as well as several lakes and forests. The district has merged with the old villages of Søllerød and Øverød which both belong to Holte postal district (2840 Holte). Gammel Holte (\"Old Holte\"), a few kilometres to the east, also in Rudersdal Municipality but merged with the urban area of neighbouring Hørsholm, predates what is now called Holte by several hundred years; in the past Holte was formally referred to as Ny Holte (\"New Holte\") to distinguish the two.[1] Show Holteon the map
BagsværdBagsværd (Danish pronunciation: is a suburb approximately 12 km northwest of Copenhagen, in the Gladsaxe Municipality. Its center is dominated by the Bagsværd Towers, two high-rise apartment blocks. The suburb is connected by S-Train and has three stations: Skovbrynet, Bagsværd, and Stengården. Bagsværd Church, designed by Jørn Utzon, is a masterpiece of contemporary church architecture, especially for its rounded interior vaulting and the lighting effects of its skylights. Established in 1908, Bagsværd Boarding School is one of Denmark's best-known private schools. Show Bagsværdon the map
NødeboNødebo is a village located on the southwestern shores of Lake Esrum in Hillerød Municipality, North Zealand, some 40 km north of Copenhagen, Denmark. Nødebo Church, the oldest in the area, is notable for its church frescos and its early 16th century altarpiece. Nødebo Kro a historic inn, nor serves as a community centre and local cultural venue. Nødebo is surrounded by Fores of Gribt on three sides. Its par force hunting road well-preserved network was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2015. The Forest and Landscape College, now part of University of Copenhagen's Department of Geosciences and Natural Ressources Management, is located in the northern part of Nødebo. Show Nødeboon the map
NykerNyker is a small town on Bornholm with a population of 703 (1 January 2015). It is located 7.2 kilometres (4.5 mi) by road northeast of Rønne. Nyker has one of Bornholm's four round churches, Ny Kirke; the names of both church and village mean \"new church\". The artist Bente Hammer, who lives in the village, works with fabrics and designs dresses for clients such as Queen Margrethe and the actress Ghita Nørby. The village is home to Bornholms Frie Idrætsskole (Bornholm Free Sports School) which was founded in 2005 just after the closure of the municipal school. In 2010, there were 179 students from kindergarten through to Grade 9. The Nyker Brød bakery located on the main street delivers its products to the whole of Denmark. Show Nykeron the map
SkibbySkibby is a town with a population of 3,127 (1 January 2015) and a former municipality (Danish, kommune) in Frederikssund municipality in Region Hovedstaden in the northern part of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in eastern Denmark. The former Skibby municipality covered an area of 80 km², and had a total population of 6,783 (2005). Show Skibbyon the map
NexøNexø, sometimes spelled Neksø, is a town on the east coast of the Baltic island of Bornholm, Denmark. With a population of 3,642 (as of 1 January 2015), it is the second largest town, as well as the largest fishing port on the island. Fishing is the mainstay of the town's economy. Nexø is also the site of a distillery (Bornholmske Spiritfabrik ApS) and a mustard factory (Bornholmersennep ApS). The town is also a port of call for the passenger ferries linking Bornholm with Kołobrzeg, Darłowo, and Ustka in Poland. Dueodde, the largest beach on Bornholm, is located south of Nexø, in the southeastern corner of the island. Show Nexøon the map
TaastrupTaastrup is a Danish railway town or/and suburb of Copenhagen - 15 km west of the capital, and formerly the administrative seat of Høje-Taastrup Municipality, Region Hovedstaden. It takes it name from the village of Taastrup Valby, which also gave its name to the station established in 1859, from which the town grew. The population 1.January 2014 was 33,121. It forms a twin (sub)urban are with neighbouring suburb Høje Taastrup since the 1980s, that has engulfed the villages of Taastrup Valby, Høje Taastrup, Kragehave and Klovtofte. This are has almost grown together with the town of Hedehusene. Show Taastrupon the map
SkævingeSkævinge is a town with a population of 2,559 (1 January 2015) and a former municipality (Danish, kommune) in Hillerød municipality in Region Sjælland in the northern part of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in eastern Denmark. The former Skævinge municipality covered an area of 68 km², and had a total population of 6,046 (2005). On January 1, 2007 Skævinge municipality ceased to exist as the result of Kommunalreformen (\"The Municipality Reform\" of 2007). It was merged into existing Hillerød municipality. This created a municipality with an area of 191 km² and a total population of ca. 43,337. Show Skævingeon the map
SmørumnedreSmørumnedre is a suburban area situated in Egedal Municipality 20 km northwest of central Copenhagen, Denmark. The original village has merged with the neighbouring villages of Måløv in Ballerup Municipality and Jonstrup in Furesø Municipality to form an urban agglomeration with a population of 19,585 (2014). The small and relatively undisturbed village of Smørumovre (\"Upper Smørum\") is located about 500 metres to the west of Smørumnedre while Lille Smørum(\"Little Smørum\") refers to a group of scattered farms to the south. The three localities are collectively referred to as Smørum. Show Smørumnedreon the map
HedehuseneHedehusene is a suburban town located on the rail line between Copenhagen and Roskilde in the Capital Region of Denmark. It has absorbed the villages of Baldersbrønde and Fløng and almost merged with Roskilde's eastern Trekroner neighbourhood to the west and Taastrup to the east. To the south is the large recreational area Hedeland. As of 1 January 2015, the town had a population of 11,720. A large development project, NærHeden, created as a collaboration between Høje-Taastrup Municipality and Realdania, will expand the town to the southeast with a new sustainable neighbourhood. Show Hedehuseneon the map
SøborgSøborg is a parish and small community situated a few km south of Gilleleje in Gribskov Municipality, North Zealand, some 40 km north of Copenhagen, Denmark. It takes its name after Søborg Castle, which was destroyed during the Count's Feud and is now left as a ruin. The town was a market town in the Middle Ages and remained the main town of Holbo Herred until the beginning of the 19th century. Today it only has a population of 241 (1 January 2014). Søborg Church dates from the 12th century. Søborg Lake to the north of the town was drained in the 19th century. Show Søborgon the map
HellerupHellerup (Danish pronunciation: [ˈhɛlˀəʁob̥]) is a Danish town of Region Hovedstaden, located in the Gentofte Municipality in Denmark. It is bordered to the east by the sound Øresund and to the South by Copenhagen and counted among the most wealthy areas in Denmark. It was Counselor Johan David Heller who came to put his name on the area when in 1748 he bought the farm like Lokkerup and rechristened it Hellerup Farm and parceled it out into 38 hectares. Today only Øregård remains similar to the original farms, but several of their names live on in street names. Show Hellerupon the map
SkodsborgSkodsborg is a small town/suburb approx. 20 km. north of Copenhagen, Denmark. The town has a population of 1,222 (1 January 2015) and lies in Rudersdal Kommune. The town is a coastal town but doesn't have a marina.The town has good beach access from the Strandvej and from the houses along the shore. A wide beach allows easy access along the coast. The western side of Skodsborg borders the Jægersborg Dyrehave with miles of trails for hiking and cycling. The town is connected with the Oresundtrain and with buses to neighboring communities. Show Skodsborgon the map
KokkedalKokkedal is the municipal seat of Fredensborg municipality and a northern settlement in the urban area of Hørsholm, located on the coastline of northern Zealand, Denmark, between the two towns, Nivå and Hørsholm, 30 km. north of Copenhagen. The settlement is connected with the Oresundtrain towards Copenhagen, Helsingør and Malmö. Kokkedal has, like Nivå, a high number of second & third generation immigrants, most of them with Turkish or Arab roots.56% is either immigrants or Danish citizens with immigrant parents and 44% is native Danes. Show Kokkedalon the map
SnekkerstenSnekkersten is a former fishing village and current neighbourhood in the southern part of Helsingør, Denmark]]. Snekkersten station is an interchange between the Coast Line between Copenhagen (to Copenhagen) and the Lille Nord railway to Hillerød. The distance from Copenhagen City Hall Square is approximately 45 km. Today, most of the inhabitants are commuters, either working in Helsingør or Copenhagen. The town is connected by a train line, Kystbanen, to Helsingør to the north, and Copenhagen and other communities in the south. Show Snekkerstenon the map
Rø is a small community on the Danish island of Bornholm, 2 km from the north coast and 7 km west of Gudhjem. The Rønne–Allinge railway (1913–1953) brought prosperity to the village leaving the old station in the village. The Bornholm Art Museum is close to Rø as are the scenic Sanctuary Rocks. Rø Church from 1888 is a rough copy of the now demolished Romanesque building from the 13th century. With a top at 431.3 metres (1,036 ft) above sea level, the nearby Rø Transmission Tower reaches the highest elevation in Denmark. Show Røon the map
HornbækHornbæk is a seaside resort town on the north coast of the Danish island of Sjælland, facing the Øresund which separates Denmark from Sweden. It is part of Helsingør Municipality and is located 12 km north-west of Helsingør, and is mainly known for its fashionable holiday homes and broad sandy beaches. As of 2015, Hornbæk proper has a population of 3,523 but since 2010 it has grown together with neighbouring Dronningmølle in Gribskov Municipality, forming an urban area with a combined population of 5,225. Show Hornbækon the map
VærløseVærløse is a town in Furesø Municipality in the northwestern outskirts of Copenhagen, Denmark. As of 2014, it has a population of 13,083. Situated on the west side of the Hillerød Motorway, between Farum Lake to the north and Søndersø Lake to the south, it is surrounded by forest on three sides. Modern Værløse emerged around Værløse station in the 1950s. The original centre of the parish was the village of Kirke Værløse, located three kilometres to the west. The two communities have now almost merged. Show Værløseon the map
ØrholmØrholm is a locality on the Mølleåen river in Lyngby-Taarbæk Municipality in the northern suburbs of Copenhagen9, Denmark. Ørholm Watermill has a history that dates back to at least the 15th century but the current industrial buildings were constructed after fires in 1886 and 1913. Ørholm House, a residence dating from the mid-18th century, is privately owned and heritage listed. Ørholm Station is located on the Nærum Railway and is served by the railway company Lokaltog. Show Ørholmon the map
Brønshøj-HusumBrønshøj-Husum is one of the 10 official districts of Copenhagen, Denmark. The district is bisected by Frederikssundsvej and consists mainly of vast areas of single family detached homes. It lies on the northwest border of the municipality. It covers an area of 8.73 km², has a population of 39,588. The district, now a quiet suburban area, has developed around the two old villages of Brønshøj and Husum. With 24.6% of the inhabitants having a non-Western background, Brønshøj-Husum is the most diverse district of Copenhagen. Show Brønshøj-Husumon the map
NærumNærum is a suburban district in Rudersdal Municipality in the north outskirts of Copenhagen, Denmark. Quartered by the Helsingør Motorway running north-south and Skodsborgvej running east-west, Nærum is bounded by Jægersborg Hegn on the south and east, Geel's Forest on the west, open fields on the north and the Søllerød district on the northwest. 5230 people live in the parish of Nærum, most of them in low-rise concrete blocks or single-family houses. Show Nærumon the map
VirumVirum is a mostly residential, suburban neighbourhood in Lyngby-Taarbæk Municipality, located on both sides of Lyngby Kongevej, approximately 15 km north of central Copenhagen, Denmark. The neighbourhood is bounded by Lake Furesø to the west, Holte in Rudersdal Municipality to the north, Brede to the east and Kongens Lyngby and Sorgenfri to the south. Virum station is located on the Hillerød radial of the S-train network and is served by the Btrains. Show Virumon the map
NylarsNylars is a village in the southwest of the Danish island of Bornholm, 8 km west of Rønne and 8 km east of Aakirkeby. In January 2015 it had a population of 216. It is best known for Nylars Church, the island's second largest round church. The village developed at the beginning of the 20th century as a result of the railway line from Rønne to Nexø. It is located between the railway to the north and the main road from Rønne to Aarkirkeby to the south. Show Nylarson the map
ØverødØverød is a suburban neighborhood situated on the north side of Søllerød Lake in Holte, Rudersdal Municipality, in the northern outskirts of Copenhagen, Denmark. The original village is now agglomerated with the modern district of Holte and the village of Søllerød, forming the northernmost part of Copenhagen's urban area. Øverød is bounded by Rude Forest on the west and Søllerød Naturpark on the east. It belongs to Holte postal district (2840 Holte). Show Øverødon the map
TisvildeTisvilde is a small town with a population of 1,537 (1 January 2014) located on the north coast of the island Zealand (Sjælland) in Denmark 60 km (37 mi) in Gribskov Municipality, northeast of Hillerød. Tisvildeleje is the coastal part of Tisvilde. \"Leje\" roughly translates as 'plain' and used to be a fishermans village. Now most of the fishermen's houses are used as charming summer residences. The southeast of Tisvilde is referred to as Tibirke. Show Tisvildeon the map
SvanekeSvaneke (Swencke in 1410, from old Danish swan swan and *wīka inlet) is a small town on the eastern coast of the Baltic island of Bornholm, Denmark. It is Denmark's easternmost and until few years ago the smallest and now the second smallest (only Ærøskøbing is smaller) chartered town with a population of 1,059 as of 1 January 2014. With its charming half-timbered houses and narrow streets, it is one of the island's most cherished beauty spots. Show Svanekeon the map
HusumHusum is a predominantly residential neighbourhood in the Brønshøj-Husum district of Copenhagen, Denmark. Located approximately 7 km to the northwest of the city centre, between Vestvolden and Utterslev Mose, it is centred on Frederikssundsvej and Husum Torv. The area to the north of Frederikssundsvej is dominated by Housing estates while the area to the south of the street consists mainly of single-family detached home and terraced houses. Show Husumon the map
KvistgårdKvistgård is a small town in the southwestern outskirts of Helsingør, Helsingør Municipality, some 40 kilometres north of Copenhagen, Denmark. It is situated in the fork between the Helsingør Motorway to the east, separating it from Espergærde, and Helsingørsvej (part of National route 9) to the west. Kvistgård station is a stop on the Litte North railway line between Helsingør and Hillerød. As of 2014, Kvistgård has a population of 1,057 . Show Kvistgårdon the map
TejnTejn is a harbour town on the north-eastern coast of the Danish island of Bornholm, 5 km (3.1 mi) south of Allinge-Sandvig. As of 1 January 2014, it has a population of 959. Initially a fishing village, it grew considerably during the 20th century as the harbour was enlarged on several occasions. The local fishing industry reached its peak in the 1970s and 1980s but has since decreased, with negative implications for the town's activities. Show Tejnon the map
OlskerOlsker is a small community in the north of Bornholm island, Denmark. It is situated in Olsker parish, some 3.5 km south of Allinge and 2.5 km from Tejn. As of 2009, it has 67 inhabitants. It is known for having the highest of the island's four round churches, Sankt Ols Kirke, from which it takes its name. Olsker also has Bornholm Cable substation. Views from Olsker include that of the Baltic Sea, Christianso island, and two other islands. Show Olskeron the map
MåløvMåløv is a suburb within Ballerup Municipality, closely attached to Smørumnedre approx. 20 km. west of Copenhagen, in the Capital region. The suburb had in 2006, 8681 inhabitants. The suburb is made up by single-family houses and a housing project. 93% of the inhabitants are native danes. The suburb is connected with the S-train and Måløv station serves commuters from both Måløv and Smørumnedre. Måløv is considered to be founded in 1193. Show Måløvon the map
HørsholmHørsholm is an affluent city on the Øresund coast approximately 25 km (15.53 mi) north of Copenhagen, Denmark. It covers most of Hørsholm Municipality and straddles the borders neighbouring and Rudersdal Municipalities. Hørsholm proper is developed around Hirschholm Palace which were constructed in the 1730s but the town has later absorbed several of the nearby communities that are of much older origins. Show Hørsholmon the map
ÅlsgårdeÅlsgårde is a former fishing village on the north coast of Zealand, Denmark, located six kilometer northwest of Helsingør. It has merged with Hellebæk to the east, forming a urban agglomeration with a combined population of 5,492 (1 January 2015). Formerly Ålsgårde was a separate town, but today it has grown together with the neighbouring town of Hellebæk into an urban area with a population of 5,492 (1 January 2015). Show Ålsgårdeon the map
SundbyøsterSundbyøster is one of the 15 administrative, statistical, and tax city districts (bydele) comprising the municipality of Copenhagen, Denmark. It lies on the southeast border of the municipality on the island of Amager. It covers an area of 8.60 km², has a population of 48,673 and a population density of 5,658 per km², which makes it the most populated district in Copenhagen. Neighboring city districts are as follows: Show Sundbyøsteron the map
TrørødTrørød is a suburban district in Rudersdal Municipality, located approximately 20 kilometres north of central Copenhagen, Denmark. The original village has merged with the neighbouring communities of Vedbæk and Gammel Holte and now form the southernmost part of the urban agglomeration of Hørsholm. It is on the other sides surrounded by open farmland and the forests Jægersborg Hegn, Kohave Forest and Trørød Forest. Show Trørødon the map
DronninggårdNæsseslottet, is an 18th-century country house located on the shores of Lake Furesøen at Lyngby north of Copenhagen, Denmark. The name, which translates as \"Peninsula House\", is a reference to the buildings setting on a narrow peninsula which extends from the east shore of the lake. The estate had previously been a royal farm known as Dronningegård and this name has long been associated with the locale. Show Dronninggårdon the map
HasleHasle is a town and a former municipality on the west coast of the Baltic island of Bornholm, Denmark. Its population is 1,638 (as of 1 January 2015) The former municipality covered an area of 115 km2 (44 sq mi), and had a total population of 6,382. It is now included in the municipality of Bornholm. With its pleasant setting, smokehouses, galleries and harbour, the town attracts many tourists. Show Hasleon the map
BispebjergBispebjerg, more commonly referred to as Nordvest (English: North-West), is one of the 10 official districts of Copenhagen, Denmark. Located on the northern border of the municipality, it covers an area of 5.39 km² and a population of 40,033. More specifically, Bispebjerg refers to a smaller neighbourhood within the district, located on the Bispebjerg Hill from which it takes its name. Show Bispebjergon the map
Indre ByIndre By (lit. English, \"Inner City\"), also known as Copenhagen Center or K or Downtown Copenhagen, is an administrative district (by) in central Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark. It covers an area of 4.65 square kilometres (1.80 sq mi), has a population of 26,223, and a population density of 5,638 per km². Neighboring city districts are as follows: Show Indre Byon the map
OrdrupOrdrup is a district of Copenhagen, Denmark, located 12 km (7.5 mi) north of the city centre. With a population of 12,349 (2014], it is part of Gentofte Municipality. Places of interest include the art museum of Ordrupgaard and Ordrup Church completed in 1876. Ordrup Station built in 1924 is on the Klampenborgbanen S-train radial line providing service to Copenhagen. Show Ordrupon the map
ØsterbroØsterbro is one of the 10 official districts of Copenhagen, Denmark. It is located just north of the city centre, outside the old city gate Østerport which, after it was moved around 1700, used to be located close to present-day Østerport Station. From the beginning, Østerbro has been a wealthy district, and it remains one of the most affluent areas in Copenhagen. Show Østerbroon the map
FrederikssundFrederikssund is a Danish town, seat of the Frederikssund Municipality, in the Region Hovedstaden with a population of 15,865 (1 January 2015). It received the status of market town in 1810. The town is famous for its annual Viking Games as well as for the J.F. Willumsen museum. Since 1935, it has been connected to Hornsherred via the Kronprins Frederik Bridge. Show Frederikssundon the map
NyhavnNyhavn (Danish pronunciation: [ˈnyhɑʊ̯ˀn]; New Harbour) is a 17th-century waterfront, canal and entertainment district in Copenhagen, Denmark. Stretching from Kongens Nytorv to the harbour front just south of the Royal Playhouse, it is lined by brightly coloured 17th and early 18th century townhouses and bars, cafes and restaurants. The canal harbours many historical wooden ships. Show Nyhavnon the map
BallerupBallerup Kommune (Danish pronunciation: [ˈbæˀləʀob]) is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Hovedstaden on the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in eastern Denmark. It is located approximately 15 kilometers from central Copenhagen. The municipality covers an area of 34.09 km², and has a population of 48,514 (1.January 2014). It is also the name of the municipal seat, Ballerup. Show Ballerupon the map
SundbyvesterSundbyvester is one of the 15 administrative, statistical, and tax city districts (bydele) comprising the municipality of Copenhagen, Denmark. It lies on the south border of the municipality on the island of Amager. It covers an area of 5.21 km², has a population of 38,017 and a population density of 7,302 per km². Neighboring city districts are as follows: Show Sundbyvesteron the map
TårnbyTårnby is a town in Denmark, the seat of Tårnby Municipality in the Capital Region of Denmark. It is located approximately 6.5 kilometres (4.0 mi) south of Copenhagen on the island of Amager. Neighbouring settlements include the Copenhagen suburb of Sundbyvester to the north and Kastrup to the south. Copenhagen Airport is situated to the east of Tårnby. It includes the islets Saltholm and Peberholm. Show Tårnbyon the map
KastrupKastrup is a suburb of Copenhagen, Denmark, situated on the east coast of Amager in Tårnby Municipality. It is best known as the site of Copenhagen Airport. In Danish, the airport is often called Kastrup Lufthavn (Kastrup Airport) or Københavns Lufthavn, Kastrup (Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup). The population of Kastrup is approximately 43 000. Show Kastrupon the map
LiselejeLiseleje is a former fishing village and popular tourist resort in Halsnæs Municipality, North Zealand, some 60 kilometres northwest of Copenhagen, Denmark. The original village is surrounded by extensive areas of summerhouses. It has merged with neighbouring Asserbo, forming an urban area with a combined population of 2,587 (1 January 2015). Show Liselejeon the map
CharlottenlundCharlottenlund is a suburban area on the coast north of Copenhagen, Denmark. It is the administrative seat of Gentofte Municipality. Bordered to the east by the Øresund, to the South by Hellerup and to the north by Klampenborg, it is one of the most wealthy areas in Denmark. The neighbourhood takes its name after Charlottenlund Palace. Show Charlottenlundon the map
DronningmølleDronningmølle is a seaside resort town in Esbønderup parish, Gribskov Municipality in the Capital Region of Denmark, of eastern Denmark. Dronningmølle is located four kilometers west of Hornbæk, six kilometers east of Gilleleje and 22 kilometers north of Hillerød. The town is served by Dronningmølle Station on the Hornbæk Line. Show Dronningmølleon the map
HareskovbyHareskovby, or Hareskov By, is a small suburb to Copenhagen, Denmark, located just south and west of Hareskoven forest. It straddles the border between Furesø and Herlev municipalities and the contiguously built-up area extends into Gladsaxe and Ballerup municipalities, though these areas are not called Hareskov or Hareskovby. Show Hareskovbyon the map
HillerødHillerød (Danish pronunciation: [hiːleʁœd]) is a Danish town with a population of 31,505 (2015) located in the centre of North Zealand some 30 km to the north of Copenhagen, Denmark.Hillerød is the administrative centre of Hillerød Municipality and also the administrative seat of Region Hovedstaden (Capital Region of Denmark), one of the five regions in Denmark. It is most known for its large Renaissance castle, Frederiksborg Castle, now home to the Museum of National History. Hillerød station is the terminus of one of the radials of the S-train network as well as several local railway lines. The town is surrounded by the former royal forests of Gribskov to the north and Store Dyrehave to the south. Show Hillerødon the map
ÅrsdaleAarsdale (also: Årsdale) is a village on the eastern coast of the Baltic island of Bornholm, Denmark. Located between Svaneke and Nexø, it has a population of 411 (1 January 2015). Once a prosperous fishing village, its economy now relies mainly on tourism thanks to its half-timbered houses, its harbour and its windmill. Show Årsdaleon the map
KlemenskerKlemensker is a village in the north-western part of the Danish island of Bornholm. With a population of 605 (1 January 2016), it is located on a crossroads 13 km north-east of Rønne, 7 km east of the coastal town Hasle and 12 km south of Allinge. It has gained worldwide recognition as a result of its award-winning cheese production. Beginning at the village inn, Klemens Kro, the road (Danish vej) Simblegårdsvej begins with an extremely steep drop and later a long climb up the Klemensker Bakke (Klemensker Hill). The farm (Danish gård/google:gaard) Simblegård is to the north. Show Klemenskeron the map
AllerødAllerød Kommune is a municipality (Danish, kommune) on the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in eastern Denmark. The municipality covers an area of 67 km², and has a population of 24,201 (1 April 2014). Its mayor is Jørgen Johansen, a member of the Conservative People's Party (Det Konservative Folkeparti) political party. Show Allerødon the map
BirkerødBirkerød (Danish pronunciation: is a suburban town in Rudersdal Municipality in the northern outskirts of Copenhagen, Denmark. It is surrounded by several lakes and small woodlands. Birkerød station is located on the Hillerød radial of the S-train network. In 2010, the NGO Global Medical Aid was established in Birkerød. Show Birkerødon the map
BuddingeBuddinge is a suburb 10 km. northwest of Copenhagen, Denmark. The suburb used to be a small village, but was by the 1960s reached by nearby suburban areas, and then also became a suburb. The suburb is part of Gladsaxe municipal and is connected with S-Train with two stations: Buddinge and Kildebakke. Show Buddingeon the map
GurreGurre is a village located five kilometres west of Helsingør and 42 kilometres north of central Copenhagen, Denmark. It is located on the east side of Gurre Lake and is almost surrounded by woodland. As of 1 January 2014, its population was 411. It is most known for the ruin of Gurre Castle. Show Gurreon the map
RutskerRutsker is a small settlement in Rutsker Parish on the Danish island of Bornholm. It is situated in the north western part of the island, 3 km northeast of Hasle. The populated area lies immediately south of Ruth's Church. As of 2009, Rutsker has a population of 64, nine less than in 2004. Show Rutskeron the map
FredensborgFredensborg is a railway town located in Fredensborg Municipality, North Zealand, some 30 kilometres north of Copenhagen, Denmark. It is most known for Fredensborg Palace, one of the official residences of the Danish Royal Family. As of 1 January 2015, the town had a population of 8,425- Show Fredensborgon the map
HellebækHellebæk is a town located on the coast five kilometres northwest of Helsingør, North Zealand, some 40 kilometres north of Copenhagen, Denmark. It has merged with the neighbouring community of Ålsgårde to form an urban agglomeration with a population of 5,492 (1 January 2015). The town Show Hellebækon the map
VanløseVanløse is one of the 10 official districts of Copenhagen, Denmark. It lies on the western border of the municipality. Vanløse covers an area of 6.69 km², and has a population of 36,115, making Vanløse the smallest district of Copenhagen, by population. Neighboring city districts are: Show Vanløseon the map
IslevIslev is a suburb, located approximately 10 km west of Copenhagen. The suburb is made up by Single-family detached home and a commercial area. The suburb is connected with S-train. Islev Station is located just east of the border between Islev and Vanløse, just outside Islev itself. Show Islevon the map
GudhjemGudhjem is a small town and fishing port on the northern coast of the Baltic island of Bornholm, Denmark. Its population is 715 (1 January 2015). Gudhjem is a popular venue for tourists who are attracted by its steep, picturesque streets, stunning views and a friendly atmosphere. \n* Gudhjem \n* Gudhjem from east \n* Gudhjem from west Show Gudhjemon the map
StenløseStenløse is a town and a former municipality (Danish, kommune) in Egedal municipality in Region Hovedstaden on the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in eastern Denmark. The former Stenløse Municipality covered an area of 65 km2 (25 sq mi), and had a total population of 13,384 (2005). Show Stenløseon the map
VesterbroVesterbro is one of the 15 administrative, statistical, and city tax districts (bydele) comprising the municipality of Copenhagen, Denmark. It covers an area of 3.76 km², and has a population of 51,466 and a population density of 13,688 per km². Neighboring city districts are: \n* to the northeast, the Indre By, also known as \"Copenhagen Center\" or \"Downtown Copenhagen\" or \"City\" \n* to the north, Frederiksberg municipality, which is not a part of Copenhagen municipality but rather an enclave surrounded by the municipality \n* to the west, Valby \n* to the south, Kongens Enghave. Show Vesterbroon the map
ØsterlarsØsterlars is a village in the northeast of the Danish island of Bornholm, 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) south of Gudhjem and 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) northwest of Østermarie. It is best known for its round church, the largest on the island. In January 2015 it had a population of 251. Show Østerlarson the map
MulebySorthat-Muleby is a village in the southwest of the Danish island of Bornholm, 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) north of Rønne and 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) south of Hasle. Muleby to the north and Sorthat to the south now form a single urban area. As of 2014, it has a population of 541. Show Mulebyon the map
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RødovreRødovre Kommune is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Hovedstaden on the island of Zealand in eastern Denmark. Its mayor is Erik Nielsen, a member of the Social Democrats political party who hold a majority of seats in the council. Show Rødovreon the map
GræstedGræsted is one of the main towns of the Gribskov municipality in the Danish Region Hovedstaden. The town is in northern Sjælland, just south of Gilleleje, and has a population of 3,573 (1 January 2015). The whole of Græsted Parish had 4769 inhabitants (2004). Show Græstedon the map
VeksøVeksø is a small town located between Ballerup and Ølstykke-Stenløse in Egedal, some 20 km northwest of Copenhagen, Denmark. The town is on a hill, surrounded by meadows and bogland. Veksø station is served by the Frederikssund radial of the S-train network. Show Veksøon the map
ÅrsballeAarsballe (Danish: Årsballe) is a village located in the centre of the Danish island of Bornholm. It is at a crossroads formed by the main road from Rønne to Østerlars and a secondary road from Aakirkeby to Klemensker. As of 2009, it has a population of 86. Show Årsballeon the map
RavnsnæsRavnsnæs is a small village with a population of 611 (1 January 2014), just south of Sjælsø in Denmark. Ravnsnæs is part of the Rudersdal Municipality, and is situated 3.5 km South West of Hørsholm. Watch pictures and fly-over video at landowner's website. Show Ravnsnæson the map
KlampenborgKlampenborg is a northern suburb to Copenhagen, Denmark. It is located in Gentofte Municipality, directly on Øresund, between Taarbæk and Skovshoved. Like other neighbourhoods along the Øresund coast, Klampenborg is an affluent area with many large houses. Show Klampenborgon the map
MunkerupMunkerup is a coastal district of in the north of Zealand, Denmark. It is located in Gribskov Municipality, two kilometres to the west of Dronningmølle and four kilometres east of Gilleleje. In 2009, Munkerup had a population of 791. Show Munkerupon the map
BellahøjBellahøj is an area situated 5 kilometres to the northwest of central Copenhagen, Denmark. It features the Bellahøj Houses, a functionalist housing project, as well as parkland with an open-air theatre. The hill is at 37 m the highest point in the city. Show Bellahøjon the map
FarumFarum is a town in the northeast of the island of Zealand in eastern Denmark, 20 km northwest of Copenhagen. The town has a population of 18,779 (1 January 2015). The town is part of Furesø municipality. Until 2006, it constituted Farum municipality. Show Farumon the map
JørlundeJørlunde is a village with a population of 301 (1 January 2014) in North Zealand in Denmark. In the late Viking age and early medieval age, Jørlunde was the center of the Hvide clan. Jørlunde church was erected by Skjalm Hvide around the year 1100. Show Jørlundeon the map
RungstedRungsted is an affluent suburban neighborhood in Hørsholm Municipality on the Øresund coast north of Copenhagen, Denmark. The center of Hørsholm is located two kilometers west of Rungsted. At the Øresund coast is Rungsted Harbour, a marina. Show Rungstedon the map
LobbækLobbæk is a village in the south of the Danish island of Bornholm, 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) east of Rønne and 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) west of Aakirkeby. It is mainly residential but has a few small firms. As of 2015, it has a population of 351. Show Lobbækon the map
BalkaBalka, also Balke, is a village and seaside resort midway between Nexø and Snogebæk on the southwest coast of the Danish island of Bornholm. As of 2015, it has a population of 215. It is best known for its wide beach with fine white sand. Show Balkaon the map
NørrebroNørrebro is one of the 10 official districts of Copenhagen, Denmark. It is northwest of the city centre, beyond the location of the old Northern Gate (Nørreport), which, until dismantled in 1856, was near the current Nørreport station. Show Nørrebroon the map
TikøbTikøb is a small town and parish located 8 km west of Helsingør and six km north of Fredensborg, between Lake Esrum to the southwest and Gurre Lake to the east. in Helsingør Municipality, some 40 km north of Copenhagen, Denmark. Show Tikøbon the map
SnogebækSnogebæk is a fishing village and tourist resort in the south-east of the Danish island of Bornholm some 5 km south of Nexø with a population of 706 (1 January 2014). It shares a fine sandy beach with neighbouring Balka. Show Snogebækon the map
RågelejeRågeleje is a former fishing village and popular tourist resort on the north coast of Zealand, midway between Gilleleje and Tisvildeleje, some 50 km north of Copenhagen, Denmark. As of 2013, it had a population of 809. Show Rågelejeon the map
ListedListed is a pretty little fishing village on the Danish island of Bornholm, 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) northwest of Svaneke. As of 2015, it has a population of 217. Fishermen have used the harbour since at least 1379. Show Listedon the map
GillelejeGilleleje is one of the main towns of the Gribskov municipality in Region Hovedstaden in Denmark. The town is at the northernmost point of Sjælland in Denmark. As of 1 January 2015, it has a population of 6,494. Show Gillelejeon the map
ØstermarieØstermarie is a village on the Danish island of Bornholm, 8 km (5.0 mi) west of Svaneke. Founded ca. 1880, its old church, now a ruin, dates back to the 12th century. The population as of 1 January 2015 is 483. Show Østermarieon the map
Kirke-EsbønderupEsbønderup is a parish and small town situated north of Lake Esrum in Gribskov Municipality, North Zealand. some 40 km (25 mi) north of Copenhagen, Denmark. As of 1 January 2014, it had a population of 1,160. Show Kirke-Esbønderupon the map
RamløseRamløse is a parish located on the northeast shore of Lake Arresø in Gribskov Municipality, North Zealand, some 50 km north of Copenhagen, Denmark. Local landmarks include Ramløse Church and Ramløse Windmill. Show Ramløseon the map
PederskerPedersker is a little village in the southeast of the Danish island of Bornholm, 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) southeast of Aakirkeby and 11 kilometres (6.8 mi) southwest of Nexø. As of 2012, it has 251 inhabitants. Show Pederskeron the map
SkovlundeSkovlunde is a small Danish town in Ballerup Municipality and is a suburb of Copenhagen (12 km west of downtown Copenhagen). It has approximately 48.000 inhabitants and is on the Copenhagen S-train network. Show Skovlundeon the map
SorgenfriSorgenfri (lit. \"free of sorrow\", like Sans Souci) is a neighbourhood in Lyngby-Taarbæk municipality in Greater Copenhagen lying just north of Kongens Lyngby. It is the site of Sorgenfri Palace. Show Sorgenfrion the map
HøsterkøbHøsterkøb is a village in Rudersdal Municipality, located some 20 kilometres north of central Copenhagen, Denmark. It is bounded on the south by Rude Forest and on the north by open fields. Show Høsterkøbon the map
VangedeVangede is a suburb 8 km northwest of central Copenhagen, Denmark. This area is primarily made up of one and two family houses and two and three story apartment buildings. Show Vangedeon the map
LillerødLillerød (sometimes named Allerød) is a Danish town, seat of the Allerød Municipality, in the Region Hovedstaden. Its population 1 January 2015 was of 16,248. Show Lillerødon the map
VallensbækVallensbæk Kommune is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Hovedstaden on the east coast of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in eastern Denmark. Show Vallensbækon the map
Brøndby StrandBrøndby Strand (in English: 'Well Town' Beach) is a suburb in Brøndby Municipality, approximately 13 km south-west of central Copenhagen, Denmark Show Brøndby Strandon the map
HvidovreHvidovre is the main town in Hvidovre Municipality, Denmark. The town, a suburb of Copenhagen, is about 10 km southwest of the capital's center. Show Hvidovreon the map
Dragør(This article is about the town. For the municipality, see Dragør Municipality. For other uses, see Dragor (disambiguation).) Dragør is the main town and the seat of the municipal council of Dragør Municipality, (Denmark), which includes the village of Store Magleby. Show Dragøron the map
FløngFløng is a small town in Denmark located on Zealand, situated between Copenhagen and Roskilde. The city has approximately 4,000 inhabitants. Show Fløngon the map
HerlevHerlev is a suburb about 9 km northwest of Copenhagen city center. It is the site of the municipal council of Herlev Municipality, Denmark. Show Herlevon the map
FrederiksværkFrederiksværk is a town with a population of 12,076 (1 January 2015) in Halsnæs Municipality on Zealand in Region Hovedstaden in Denmark. Show Frederiksværkon the map
SlangerupSlangerup is a town in Frederikssund municipality, about 30 km north-west of central Copenhagen, in the Capital Region of Denmark. Show Slangerupon the map
MørkhøjMørkhøj is a suburb 10 km northwest of central Copenhagen, Denmark. The area is mixed with single-family homes and public housing. Show Mørkhøjon the map
BrøndbyvesterBrøndbyvester Danish pronunciation: is a Danish town, seat and main settlement of the Brøndby Municipality, in the Region Hovedstaden. Show Brøndbyvesteron the map
JægersborgJægersborg is a suburban neighbourhood in Gentofte Municipality, some 12 km north of central Copenhagen, Denmark. Show Jægersborgon the map
SøborgSøborg is a neighbourhood in Gladsaxe Municipality, located some 10 km northwest of central Copenhagen, Denmark. Show Søborgon the map
Ølsted Show Ølstedon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Capital Region
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Høje-Taastrup KommuneHøje-Taastrup Kommune is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Hovedstaden on the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in eastern Denmark. The municipality covers an area of 78 km² (30 mi²), and has a total population of 48,853 (1 April 2014). It was formed by the 1970 Danish Municipal Reform, and its 1974 adjustment, by merging the parish municipalities of Høje Taastrup, Sengeløse, the Fløng part of Hvedstrup-Fløng and the Reerslev part of Reerslev-Vindinge. The mayor of the municipality is Michael Ziegler, a member of the Conservative People's Party (Det Konservative Folkeparti) political party.Show on map
Furesø KommuneFuresø Kommune is a municipality (Danish: kommune) in Denmark. It has a population of 40,325 (1 April 2016) and an area of 55.68 km² (21.50 sq.mi.). The municipality belongs to the Copenhagen Capital Region and lies 20 km northwest of Copenhagen. Its mayor is Ole Bondo Christensen, a member of the Social Democrats political party. It is a municipality with much forest and access to several lakes, of which it is named after the largest, Furesøen, which has a popular beach with rest rooms, a small candy/ice shop and in addition sportsboat (competition) clubs and a restaurant open all year.Show on map
Hørsholm KommuneHørsholm Kommune is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in the Copenhagen Capital Region in the northern part of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in eastern Denmark. The municipality covers an area of 31 km², and has a total population of 24,796 (1 April 2014). Its mayor as of 2010 is Morten Slotved, a member of the Conservative People's Party (Det Konservative Folkeparti) political party. The main town and the site of its municipal council is the town of Hørsholm.Show on map
KøbenhavnCopenhagen Municipality (Danish: Københavns Kommune), also known in English as the City of Copenhagen, is the largest of the municipalities which constitute the conurbation of Copenhagen. It lies at the centre of Copenhagen and covers 86.4 square kilometres (33.4 sq mi) in area, with a population of 594,231 (1 April 2016). Copenhagen Municipality was one of the three last Danish municipalities not belonging to a county, the others being Frederiksberg Municipality and Bornholm. On 1 January 2007, the municipality lost its county privileges and became part of Region Hovedstaden (Capital Region).Show on map
Bornholm KommuneBornholm ([bɒːnˈhʌlˀm]; Old Norse: Burgundaholmr) 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 fishing, dairy farming, and arts and crafts such as glass production and pottery using locally worked clay. Tourism is important during the summer. There is an especially large amount of Denmark's round churches on the island. Directly west of Bornholm is Vordingborg Municipality around 150 km (93 mi) across the Baltic Sea on the island of Sjælland.Show on map
Gladsaxe MunicipalityGladsaxe Kommune is a municipality (Danish, kommune) near Copenhagen in Region Hovedstaden on the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in eastern Denmark. The municipality covers an area of 25 km2 (10 sq mi), and has a total population of 66,693 (1 April 2014). Its mayor is Karin Søjberg Holst, a member of the Social Democrats political party. At Gladsaxe, there is a 206.5 metres tall guyed TV mast, which was built in 1955. It was the first TV transmission site in Denmark.Show on map
Glostrup KommuneGlostrup is a Danish town in Region Hovedstaden, forming one of the western suburbs of Copenhagen. It is the administrative seat of Glostrup Municipality, with an estimated population of 22,357 as of 2015. Glostrup is also home to a series of public offices and institutions, e.g. Københavns Vestegn Police Departement and Glostrup Court, covering the western and northern suburbs of Copenhagen. Glostrup Hospital was inaugurated in 1958 and employs 3,200 people.Show on map
Gentofte KommuneGentofte Kommune is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in the Capital Region of Denmark (Region Hovedstaden) on the east coast of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in eastern Denmark. The municipality covers an area of 25.54 km2 (9.86 sq mi), and has a total population of 74,548 (1 April 2014). Since 1993, its mayor has been Hans Toft, a member of the Conservative People's Party (Det Konservative Folkeparti). Neighboring municipalities are Lyngby-Taarbæk to the north, Gladsaxe to the west, and Copenhagen to the south. To the east is the Øresund, the strait that separates Zealand from Sweden.Show on map
Hvidovre KommuneHvidovre Kommune is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Hovedstaden near Copenhagen on the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in eastern Denmark. The municipality covers an area of 22 km², and has a total population of 52,027 (1 April 2014). Its mayor is Helle Moesgaard Adelborg, a member of the Social Democrats political party. The main town and the site of its municipal council is the town of Hvidovre. Other towns in the municipality are Avedøre and Friheden.Show on map
Rudersdal KommuneRudersdal Municipality (Danish: Rudersdal Kommune) is a part suburban, part rural municipality (Danish, kommune) located on the northern outskirts of Copenhagen, Denmark. It covers an area of 73 km² and has a population of 55,080 (1 April 2014). The distance from Copenhagen City Hall Square is approximately 20 km. The western part of the municipality is served by the Hillerød radial of the S-train network while the eastern part is served by the Coast Line. Administratively Rudersdal Municipality belongs to Region Hovedstaden.Show on map
ChristiansøErtholmene, generally called Christiansø, is a small archipelago situated approximately 18 km northeast of Bornholm in the Baltic Sea. Its permanent population is 92 (as of 2013) and its area is 39 hectares (0.39 km2). Ertholmene belongs to Denmark and has the country's easternmost point.Show on map
Frederikssund KommuneFrederikssund Kommune (Danish pronunciation: is a municipality (Danish, kommune) on the shores of Roskilde Fjord in the northern part of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in eastern Denmark. On 1 January 2007, the municipality was enlarged to include the old Jægerspris, Slangerup, and Skibby municipalities. It now covers an area of 250 km² and has a population of 44,401 (1 January 2014). As of 1 January 2014 its mayor is John Schmidt Andersen, a member of the agrarian liberal Venstre political party. Frederikssund municipality belongs to Region Hovedstaden (Capital Region).Show on map
Lyngby-Tårbæk KommuneLyngby-Taarbæk Kommune (the spelling Lyngby-Tårbæk Kommune is occasionally used) is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Hovedstaden near Copenhagen on the east coast of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in eastern Denmark. The municipality covers an area of 39 km², and has a total population of 54,454 (1 April 2014). Its mayor as of 2014 is Sofia Osmani, a member of the Conservative People's Party. Lyngby-Taarbæk municipality was not merged with other municipalities by January 1, 2007 as the result of nationwide Kommunalreformen (\"The Municipal Reform\" of 2007).Show on map
Herlev KommuneHerlev Kommune is a suburban municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Hovedstaden on the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in eastern Denmark. The municipality covers an area of 12 km², and has a total population of 27,851 (1 April 2014). Its mayor is Thomas Gyldal Petersen, a member of the Social Democrats political party. The former village Herlev is the largest settlement of the municipal and the site of the municipal council.Show on map
Brøndby KommuneBrøndby Kommune (Danish pronunciation: [ˈb̥ʁɶnb̥y]), a municipality (Danish, kommune) in the former Copenhagen County (now Region Hovedstaden), is on the east coast of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in eastern Denmark. The municipality covers an area of 28.05 km², and has a total population of 34,793 (1 April 2014). Its mayor is Ib Terp, a member of the Social Democrats political party. The geography of Brøndby municipality was not affected on 1 January 2007 by the result of the nationwide Kommunalreformen (\"The Municipality Reform\" of 2007).Show on map
Halsnæs KommuneHalsnæs Kommune is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Hovedstaden (\"Capital Region\"). The municipality covers an area of 122.15 km² (2013), according to Municipal Key Figures (De Kommunale Nøgletal and has a total population of 30,644 (1 April 2014). Its name comes from Halsnæs, the peninsula that forms the western part of the municipality.Show on map
Frederiksberg KommuneFrederiksberg Kommune is a municipality (Danish, kommune) on the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in Denmark. Part of Copenhagen, it is surrounded by Copenhagen Municipality. The municipality, co-extensive with its seat, covers a total area (land and water) of 8.71 km2 (3.36 square miles; 871 hectares) according to the Municipal Key Figures (De Kommunale and has a population of 104,538 (1 April 2016) making it the smallest municipality in Denmark area-wise, the fifth most populous, and the most densely populated. Its mayor is Jørgen Glenthøj from the Conservative People's Party (Det Konservative Folkeparti).Show on map
Fredensborg KommuneFredensborg Kommune is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Hovedstaden (Capital Region). The municipality covers an area of 112.13 km2, and has a total population of 39,551 (1 April 2014). Its mayor, since 2010, is Thomas Lykke Pedersen, a member of the Social Democrats political party. The municipality was created on 1 January 2007, in a merger of the former municipalities of Karlebo Kommune and Kommune. Fredensborg Palace is the Danish Royal Family’s spring and autumn residence. Queen Ingrid of Denmark died there.Show on map
Region HovedstadenThe Capital Region of Denmark (Danish: Region Hovedstaden) is the easternmost administrative region of Denmark, established on January 1, 2007 as part of the 2007 Danish Municipal Reform, which replaced the traditional counties (Danish plural: amter, singular: amt) with five larger regions. At the same time, smaller municipalities were merged into larger units, cutting the number of municipalities from 271 before 1 January 2006, when Ærø Municipality was created, to 98. The reform was implemented on January 1, 2007.Show on map
Gribskov KommuneGribskov Kommune is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Hovedstaden (\"Capital Region\"). The municipality covers an area of 278 km², and has a total population of 40,850 (1 April 2014). The municipality was created on 1 January 2007 as a merger of former municipalities of Græsted-Gilleleje and Helsinge. Its mayor as of 1 January 2014 is Kim Valentin, a member of the agrarian liberal Venstre (Denmark) political party.Show on map
Helsingør KommuneHelsingør (Danish pronunciation: classically known in English as Elsinore, is a city in eastern Denmark. Helsingør had a population of 46,492 on 1 January 2015. It is known for its castle Kronborg, where William Shakespeare's play Hamlet is set. The HH Ferry route connects Helsingør with Helsingborg in Sweden.Show on map
Tårnby KommuneTårnby Kommune is a municipality (Danish, kommune) bordering Copenhagen on the island of Amager just south of Zealand (Sjælland) in eastern Denmark. The municipality includes the islands of Saltholm and Peberholm, and covers an area of 65 km². It has a population of 42,179 (1 April 2014). Its mayor is Henrik Zimino, a member of the Social Democrats political party.Show on map
Dragør KommuneDragør Kommune is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Hovedstaden on the southern coast of the island of Amager just east of Zealand (Sjælland) in eastern Denmark. The municipality covers an area of 18.41 km² (2013), and has a population of 14,028 (1 January 2015). Its mayor is Eik Dahl Bidstrup, a member of the agrarian liberal Venstre (Denmark).Show on map
Hillerød KommuneHillerød Kommune is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Hovedstaden (\"Capital Region\"). The municipality covers an area of 191 km² (74 sq. miles), and has a total population of 48,728 (1 April 2014). The mayor of the municipality as of 1 January 2014 is Dorte Meldgaard, a member of the Conservative political party.Show on map
Allerød KommuneAllerød Kommune is a municipality (Danish, kommune) on the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in eastern Denmark. The municipality covers an area of 67 km², and has a population of 24,201 (1 April 2014). Its mayor is Jørgen Johansen, a member of the Conservative People's Party (Det Konservative Folkeparti) political party.Show on map
Egedal KommuneEgedal Kommune is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Hovedstaden in Denmark. It covers an area of 125.79 km2 (48.57 sq mi) with a total population of 42,297 (1 April 2014). Its mayor is Willy Eliasen, a member of the Liberal Party (Venstre) political party.Show on map
Ballerup KommuneBallerup is a Danish town, seat of the Ballerup Municipality, in the Region Hovedstaden.There are approximately 25 schools in Ballerup Municipality. Ballerup has its own educational institution specialized in the study, training and research of music.Show on map
Albertslund KommuneAlbertslund is a Copenhagen suburb in Albertslund Municipality, Denmark. It is 15 km (9.3 mi) west of Copenhagen, with a population of around 30,000.Show on map
Ishøj KommuneIshøj is a Danish town with a population of 20,017 (1 January 2015). In the Region Hovedstaden, it is the seat of the Ishøj Municipality,Show on map
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European Environment AgencyThe European Environment Agency (EEA) is the agency of the European Union (EU) that provides independent information on the environment, thereby helping those involved in developing, adopting, implementing and evaluating environmental policy, as well as informing the general public. The agency is governed by a management board composed of representatives of the governments of its 33 member states, a European Commission representative and two scientists appointed by the European Parliament, assisted by a committee of scientists. The EEA is an active member of the EPA Network.Show on map
Copenhagen AirportCopenhagen Airport, Kastrup (Danish: Københavns Lufthavn, Kastrup) or Copenhagen Airport (Danish: Københavns Lufthavn; IATA: CPH, ICAO: EKCH) is the main international airport serving Copenhagen, Denmark, the entire Zealand, the Øresund Region, and a large part of southern Sweden (not only Scania). It is the largest airport in the Nordic countries with 26.6 million passengers in 2015 and one of the oldest international airports in Europe. Furthermore, it is by far the busiest airport for international travel in Scandinavia.Show on map
ChristiansborgChristiansborg Palace (Danish: Christiansborg Slot; pronounced ˈslʌd̥]) is a palace and government building on the islet of Slotsholmen in central Copenhagen, Denmark. It is the seat of the Danish Parliament (Folketinget), the Danish Prime Minister's Office and the Supreme Court of Denmark. Also, several parts of the palace are used by the Danish monarch, including the Royal Reception Rooms, the Palace Chapel and the Royal Stables.Show on map
KronborgKronborg is a castle and stronghold in the town of Helsingør, Denmark. Immortalized as Elsinore in William Shakespeare's play Hamlet, Kronborg is one of the most important Renaissance castles in Northern Europe and has been added to UNESCO's World Heritage Sites list (2000).Show on map
Ny Carlsberg GlyptotekThe Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek (Glypto-, from the Greek root glyphein, to carve and theke, a storing-place) is an art museum in Copenhagen, Denmark. The collection is built around the personal collection of Carl Jacobsen (1842–1914), the son of the founder of the Carlsberg Breweries.Show on map
Herlev HospitalHerlev Hospital (former Danish: Amtssygehuset i Herlev) is a hospital in Herlev, Denmark, close to Copenhagen. The building is 120 metres (390 ft) tall and has 28 floors. It is famous for being Denmark's tallest building, and the seventh tallest hospital in the world. Its modern, functional architecture in bright concrete, glass and bronze-colored aluminum gives a unique impression. The building was designed by Gehrdt Bornebusch in collaboration with Max Brüel and Jørgen Selchau. Sven Hansen was the landscape architect while the artistic decoration was done by Poul Gernes.Show on map
TrekronerTrekroner Søfort (literally Three Crowns Sea Fortress) is a sea fort at the entrance to the Copenhagen harbour. From 1713 until after World War I, Trekroner Fort was part of the fortifications of Copenhagen. The original location of Trekroner Fort was a few hundred meters north of the current one. In 1713, three old line ships were sunk to form the basis for a battery. One of the ships was called Trekroner, and she gave her name to the fort.Show on map
Copenhagen Central StationCopenhagen Central Station (Danish: Københavns Hovedbanegård, abbreviated København H) is the main railway station in Copenhagen, Denmark and the largest railway station in Denmark, although Nørreport Station has a larger passenger throughput if urban S-train and Metro services are included. It is situated between the districts of Indre By and Vesterbro with entrances from Bernstorffsgade (at Tivoli Gardens), Banegårdspladsen, Reventlowsgade and access to platforms from Tietgensgade.Show on map
Frederiksborg SlotFrederiksborg Castle (Danish: Frederiksborg Slot) is a palatial complex in Hillerød, Denmark. It was built as a royal residence for King Christian IV of Denmark-Norway in the early 17th century, replacing an older castle acquired by Frederick II and becoming the largest Renaissance residence in Scandinavia. Situated on three islets in the Slotssøen (castle lake), it is adjoined by a large formal garden in the Baroque style.Show on map
HammershusHammershus is Scandinavia's largest medieval fortification, situated 74 metres (243 ft) above sea level on Hammeren, the northern tip of the Danish island of Bornholm in the Baltic Sea. Erected in the 13th century, it was long believed that the castle was built as a private residence for the archbishop of Lund. However, new evidence found at the ruins of the castle suggests it was constructed in the beginning of the century as a royal residence for Valdemar II of Denmark and a base for the Danish crusades, according to Kjeld Borch Westh, superintendent of the National Museum of Denmark.Show on map
Kleine MeerjungfrauThe Little Mermaid (Danish: Den lille Havfrue) is a bronze statue by Edvard Eriksen, depicting a mermaid. The sculpture is displayed on a rock by the waterside at the Langelinie promenade in Copenhagen, Denmark. It is 1.25 metres (4.1 ft) tall and weighs 175 kilograms (385 lb). Based on the fairy tale of the same name by Danish author Hans Christian Andersen, the small and unimposing statue is a Copenhagen icon and has been a major tourist attraction since 1913. In recent decades it has become a popular target for defacement by vandals and political activists.Show on map
NationalmuseetThe National Museum of Denmark (Nationalmuseet) in Copenhagen is Denmark’s largest museum of cultural history, comprising the histories of Danish and foreign cultures, alike. The museum's main building is located a short distance from Strøget at the center of Copenhagen. It contains exhibits from around the world, from Greenland to South America. Additionally, the museum sponsors SILA - The Greenland Research Centre at the National Museum of Denmark to further archaeological and anthropological research in Greenland.Show on map
Østerport StationØsterport Station (Danish: Østerport station) is a main line and S-train railway station in Copenhagen, Denmark. It is located between the districts of Indre By and Østerbro, and is named for the historic Østerport city gate, near the original location of which it is located. The station opened in 1897 as the terminus of the Coast Line from Copenhagen to Helsingør. The station is used by approximately 30,000 passengers each day.Show on map
Nørreport StationNørreport Station is an S-train, Copenhagen Metro and mainline railway station located in the Indre By district of Copenhagen, Denmark. It is the busiest railway station in the country, serving 165,000 people daily. The entire station is underground, with three pairs of platforms: one for S-trains, one for intercity trains and one for the Metro. The station is located on the Boulevard Line of the S-train and mainline network.Show on map
Königliches TheaterThe Royal Danish Theatre (Danish: Det Kongelige Teater) is both the national Danish performing arts institution and a name used to refer to its old purpose-built venue from 1874 located on Kongens Nytorv in Copenhagen. The theatre was founded in 1748, first serving as the theatre of the king, and then as the theatre of the country. The theatre presents opera, the Royal Danish Ballet, classical music concerts (by the Royal Danish Orchestra, which dates back to 1448), and drama in several locations.Show on map
Radisson SAS Royal HotelThe Radisson Blu Royal Hotel is a historic hotel in Copenhagen, Denmark, that was designed by Danish architect and designer Arne Jacobsen for the airline Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) between 1956 and 1960. Built as the SAS Royal Hotel, the hotel was renamed the Radisson SAS Royal Hotel in 1994, when SAS bought a share in the foreign division of Radisson hotels. When SAS sold their share in 2009, it was renamed the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, its current name.Show on map
Amalienborg PalaceAmalienborg (Danish pronunciation: is the home of the Danish royal family, and is located in Copenhagen, Denmark. It consists of four identical classical palace façades with rococo interiors around an octagonal courtyard (Danish: Amalienborg Slotsplads); in the centre of the square is a monumental equestrian statue of Amalienborg's founder, King Frederick V.Show on map
Zoo KopenhagenCopenhagen Zoo (Danish: København Zoo) is a zoological garden in Copenhagen, Denmark. Founded in 1859, it is one of the oldest zoos in Europe and is a member of EAZA. It comprises 11 hectares (27 acres) and is located in the municipality of Frederiksberg, sandwiched between the parks of Frederiksberg Gardens and Søndermarken. With 1,161,388 visitors in 2008 it is the most visited zoo and 4th most visited attraction in Denmark. The zoo is noted for its new Elephant House designed by the world-famous British architect Sir Norman Foster. The zoo maintains and promotes a number of European breeding programmes.Show on map
Copenhagen Zoo TowerCopenhagen Zoo (Danish: København Zoo) is a zoological garden in Copenhagen, Denmark. Founded in 1859, it is one of the oldest zoos in Europe and is a member of EAZA. It comprises 11 hectares (27 acres) and is located in the municipality of Frederiksberg, sandwiched between the parks of Frederiksberg Gardens and Søndermarken. With 1,161,388 visitors in 2008 it is the most visited zoo and 4th most visited attraction in Denmark. The zoo is noted for its new Elephant House designed by the world-famous British architect Sir Norman Foster. The zoo maintains and promotes a number of European breeding programmes.Show on map
KastelletKastellet, located in Copenhagen, Denmark is one of the best preserved star fortresses in Northern Europe. It is constructed in the form of a pentagram with bastions at its corners. Kastellet was continuous with the ring of bastioned ramparts which used to encircle Copenhagen but of which only the ramparts of Christianshavn remain today. A number of buildings are located within the grounds of Kastellet, including a church as well as a windmill. The area houses various military activities but it mainly serves as a public park and a historic site.Show on map
SvanholmSvanholm is a country estate and former manor 55 kilometres (34 mi) west of Copenhagen, Denmark. In 1978 an association of over 100 persons bought the estate to create Denmark's largest intentional community. The Svanholm Collective grows its own food and was one of the pioneers of organic farming in Denmark. As of January 2006, membership consisted of 70 adults and 35 children aged 0 to 80, jointly owning around 400 hectares (988 acres) of farmland, park, and woodlands. The name comes from svan meaning \"swan\" and holm meaning \"islet\".Show on map
Rosenborg SlotRosenborg Castle (Danish: Rosenborg Slot) is a renaissance castle located in Copenhagen, Denmark. The castle was originally built as a country summerhouse in 1606 and is an example of Christian IV's many architectural projects. It was built in the Dutch Renaissance style, typical of Danish buildings during this period, and has been expanded several times, finally evolving into its present condition by the year 1624. Architects Bertel Lange and Hans van Steenwinckel the Younger are associated with the structural planning of the castle.Show on map
Pederstrup 380 kV Cable TerminalBallerup station is a station on the Frederikssund radial of the S-train network in Copenhagen, Denmark. It is in the middle of the suburb of Ballerup. The station complex includes a shopping center and a large bus terminal, which is the terminus for many local bus lines and buses through the rural areas outside the urban corridor that continues towards Frederikssund. The station is the terminus for most trains on the C S-train service, and contains a group of parking and reversing tracks between the main tracks west of the platform.Show on map
FuglevadFuglevad is a locality on the Mølleåen river in Lyngby-Taarbæk Municipality in the northern suburbs of Copenhagen, Denmark. Fuglevad Watermill, located approximately one kilometer downstream from Lyndby Nordre Mølle, has a history that dates back to the 15th century but the current buildings are from the 1870s. Fuglevad Windmill, a smock mill from 1832, is now located inside the grounds of the Frilandsmuseet open-air museu which opened at the site in 1901. Fuglevad Station is located on the Nærum Line and is served by the railway company Lokaltog.Show on map
University of Copenhagen Botanical GardenThe University of Copenhagen Botanical Garden (Danish: Botanisk have), usually referred to simply as Copenhagen Botanical Garden, is a botanical garden located in the centre of Copenhagen, Denmark. It covers an area of 10 hectares and is particularly noted for its extensive complex of historical glasshouses dating from 1874. The garden is part of the Natural History Museum of Denmark, which is itself part of the University of Copenhagen Faculty of Science. It serves both research, educational and recreational purposes.Show on map
Bernstorffsvej StationBernstorffsvej station is a station on the Hillerød branch of the S-train network in Copenhagen, Denmark, served by the B-line between Høje Taastrup station and Holte station while the longer E-line doesn't stop at this station. But the station is served every 10th minute in each direction. The station was opened on the 15th of May, 1936, together with the S-train line Hellerup-Holte. It has altered very little since, except for the addition of a lift and a viaduct across Bernstorffsvej, which was rebuilt in 1969.The station is in need of renovation and has been unmanned for many years. Tickets can be purchased from an automat or via SMS/internet.Show on map
Det Kongelige BibliotekThe Royal Library (Danish: Det Kongelige Bibliotek) in Copenhagen, Denmark, is the national library of Denmark and the university library of the University of Copenhagen. It is the largest library in the Nordic countries. It contains numerous historical treasures, and a copy of all works printed in Denmark since the 17th century are deposited there. Thanks to extensive donations in the past, the library holds nearly all known Danish printed works back to and including the first Danish book, printed in 1482.Show on map
Vanløse stationVanløse Station is an S-train and Copenhagen Metro station in the Vanløse district of Copenhagen, Denmark. The metro station at street level is the western terminus of lines M1 and M2. S-trains on the Frederikssund radial stop at an upper level to the south of the Metro station. It is located in fare zone 2. The lower level, where the Metro terminus is placed, used to be an S-train station, too; between 1934 and 2002 S-trains on Ring Line reversed here on their way from Hellerup to Frederiksberg.Show on map
DreifaltigkeitskircheTrinitatis Church is located in central Copenhagen, Denmark. It is part of the 17th century Trinitatis Complex, which includes the Rundetårn astronomical observatory tower and the Copenhagen University Library, in addition to the church. Built in the time of Christian IV, the church initially served the students of Copenhagen University. It is situated at the corner of Landemærket and Købmagergade. The interior was seriously damaged in the fire of 1728 but was rebuilt in 1731.Show on map
Konzerthaus KopenhagenThe Koncerthuset (Danish name: Koncerthuset, previously Copenhagen Concert Hall in English) by Jean Nouvel is a part of the new DR Byen (DR Town), that houses the Danish Broadcasting Corporation, DR. The concert hall and the DR Town are located in the northern part of Ørestad - an ambitious development area in Copenhagen, Denmark. The concert complex consists of four halls with the main auditorium seating 1,800 people. It is the home of the Danish National Symphony Orchestra.With a total surface of 25 000 m², the concert hall complex designed by Jean Nouvel includes a concert hall of 1800 people and three recording studios with variable acoustics. The scenography of the concert hall and three recording studios was designed with dUCKS scéno. The acoustic studies were realized by Nagata AcouShow on map
GrønnehaveGrønnehave station is a railway station serving the northern part of the city of Helsingør, Denmark, as well as the nearby Kronborg Castle, Danish Maritime Museum, Kulturværftet cultural centre and the Øresundsakvariet public aquarium. The station is located on the Hornbæk Line from Helsingør to Gilleleje. The train services are currently operated by the railway company Lokaltog which runs frequent local train services between Helsingør station and Gilleleje station.Show on map
DR ByenDR Byen (literally: The DR City) is the headquarters of the Danish national broadcasting corporation (DR), located in Copenhagen, Denmark. The buildings include the Copenhagen Concert Hall by architect Jean Nouvel.Here, DR gathered all activities in Copenhagen during 2006 and 2007, moving all employees to DR Byen from Radiohuset in Frederiksberg and TV-Byen in Søborg.DR Byen is also one of the stations of the Copenhagen Metro. DR Byen consists of four segments:Show on map
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Enghave StationEnghave station was an S-train station in Copenhagen, Denmark. The station opened on November 11, 1911. S-train service commenced on November 1, 1934, and was latterly served by trains on Vestbanen and Frederikssundbanen. Until 1923, the station was called Vester Fælledvej. The station closed on July 3, 2016, as it was replaced with a new station 200 m to the West, which will connect to the new residential area being built on the old Carlsberg property.Show on map
KnippelsbroKnippelsbro (English: Knippel Bridge) is a bascule bridge across the Inner Harbour of Copenhagen, Denmark, connecting Børsgade (English: Stock Exchange Street) on Zealand-side Slotsholmen to Torvegade (English: Market Street) on Christianshavn. It is one of only two bridges to carry motor vehicles across the harbour in central Copenhagen, the other being Langebro. The bridge, the fifth on the site, is 115 metres long and was inaugurated in 1937.Show on map
Schloss CharlottenborgCharlottenborg Palace (Danish: Charlottenborg Slot) is a large town mansion located on the corner of Kongens Nytorv and Nyhavn in Copenhagen, Denmark. Originally built as a residence for Ulrik Frederik Gyldenløve, it has served as the base of the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts since its foundation in 1754. Today it also houses Kunsthal Charlottenborg, an institution for contemporary art, and Danmarks Kunstbibliotek, the Royal Art Library.Show on map
Svanemøllen StationSvanemøllen station is an S-train station in the Østerbro district of Copenhagen served by the A, H, B, C, and E services in Copenhagen, Denmark. Svanemøllen station was inaugurated on May 15, 1934 simultaneously with the opening of the Boulevardbanen between Østerport station and Copenhagen Central Station also known Røret(literally: the tube). In 2005 the station was rebuilt. The shop and DSB ticket office were merged into a new shop.Show on map
KroppedalKroppedal Museum in Denmark, 20 km (12 mi) from Copenhagen, was established in 2003. Kroppedal is the national museum of Danish astronomy, has a large archaeological unit, and an ethnological unit specializing in modern society. The museum has a permanent exhibition centred on the famous astromer and engineer Ole Rømer (1644-1710), and its collections include his only surviving pendulum clock.Show on map
Søborg SlotSøborg Castle (Danish: Søborg Slot), in its heyday, was the strongest castle in Denmark, and was also used as a prison (Jens Grand was imprisoned here in the 13th century). It was inhabited until the Count's Feud in 1535, when it is speculated that it was destroyed. In 1577, the feudal tenant was granted permission to use the ruins as a quarry.Show on map
Staatliches Kunstmuseum KopenhagenNational Gallery of Denmark (Danish: Statens Museum for Kunst, also known as \"SMK\") is the Danish national gallery located in the centre of Copenhagen. The museum collects, registers, maintains, researches and handles Danish and foreign art dating from the 14th century to the present day.Show on map
Royal Opera HouseThe Copenhagen Opera House (in Danish usually called Operaen, literally The opera) is the national opera house of Denmark, and among the most modern opera houses in the world. It is also one of the most expensive opera houses ever built with construction costs well over US$500 million. It is located on the island of Holmen in central Copenhagen.Show on map
St.-Petri-KircheSt. Peter's Church (Danish: St. Petri Kirke, German: St.-Petri-Kirche) is the parish church of the German-speaking community in Copenhagen, Denmark. Built as a single-nave church in the mid-15th century, it is the oldest building in central Copenhagen. It is also notable for its extensive complex of sepulchral chapels.Show on map
Bornholm Rønne AirportBornholm Airport (Danish: Bornholms Lufthavn) (IATA: RNN, ICAO: EKRN) is a Danish airport located 2.7 nautical miles (5 km) southeast of Rønne, on the island of Bornholm. The airport is operated by Statens Luftfartsvæsen (The Danish Civil Aviation Administration) with the air traffic control provided by Naviair.Show on map
AllerødAllerød station is a railway station serving the town of Lillerød in Allerød municipality north of Copenhagen, Denmark. It is located on the Hillerød radial of Copenhagen's S-train network. Originally it was named Lillerød, but the name was changed in 1952 to prevent confusion with nearby Hillerød.Show on map
Helsingør stationHelsingør Station is the principal railway station serving the city of Helsingør (English: Elsinore), Denmark. It is the terminus of the Coast Line to Copenhagen, the Little North Line to Hillerød and the Hornbæk Line to Gilleleje. It also provides easy access to the ferries to Helsingborg, Sweden.Show on map
StensebyStenseby is a small settlement near St Bodil's Church in the southeast of the Danish island of Bornholm. For a time, an active community grew up around Bodilsker Station on the Rønne–Nexø railway which operated from 1900 to 1968. The area is also known for its passage grave discovered in the 1880s.Show on map
MarmorkirkenFrederik's Church (Danish: Frederiks Kirke), popularly known as The Marble Church (Marmorkirken) for its rococo architecture, is an Evangelical Lutheran church in Copenhagen, Denmark. The church forms the focal point of the Frederiksstaden district; it is located due west of Amalienborg Palace.Show on map
SelsøSelsø is a historic manor house located near Skibby 14 km (8.7 mi) south of Frederikssund on the Danish island of Zealand. The estate was first mentioned in 1288. The manor originated in 1576 and was renovated in the Baroque style in 1734. The recently restored building is now a museum.Show on map
Vesterport StationVesterport Station (Danish: Vesterport station) is a S-train station in the city centre of Copenhagen, Denmark. The station is situated below ground level on the Boulevard Line, just before the tunnel connecting Copenhagen Central Station and Østerport Station. Opened on 15 May 1934.Show on map
Peter Bangs Vej StationPeter Bangs Vej station is a station on the Frederikssund radial of the S-train network in Copenhagen, Denmark. The station, located where the railway tracks cross Peter Bangs Vej, was designed by the Danish State Railways architect K.T. Seest and opened on 23 September 1941.Show on map
KobmagergadeKøbmagergade is a pedestrian shopping street in the Old Town of Copenhagen, Denmark. It connects Amagertorv on Strøget to Nørreport station, although the last section, north of Kultorvet, is part of Frederiksborggade which continues on the other side of the railway station.Show on map
Nordhavn StationNordhavn station is an S-train station served by the A, H, B, C, and E services in Copenhagen, Denmark. The station opened on 15 May 1934. In 2013, its underground is being rebuilt to accommodate the City Circle Line metro to Nordhavnen, while maintaining the train traffic.Show on map
Sorgenfri SlotSorgenfri Palace (Danish: Sorgenfri Slot; lit. \"carefree\", like Sans Souci) is a royal residence of the Danish monarch, located in the Lyngby-Taarbæk municipality in Greater Copenhagen. Today the palace is closed to the public but the palace gardens are always accessible.Show on map
Ryparken StationRyparken station is an S-train station in Copenhagen, Denmark. It serves as an interchange station between the Ring line and Farum radial. It is serviced by the B, F, and H. The station was originally named Lyngbyvej Station it was renamed in 1972 to Ryparken Station.Show on map
Domus VistaDomus Vista is located in Copenhagen at Roskildevej in Frederiksberg and is, at 102 metres, the tallest residential structure in Denmark and the second tallest residential building in Scandinavia. The tallest is Turning Torso in Malmö, which was completed in 2005.Show on map
Enrum SlotEnrum is a listed mansion on Strandvejen in Vedbæk, Rudersdal Municipality, some 20 kilometres north of Copenhagen, Denmark. The history of the property dates back to 1831 but the current main building was built in the 1860s to a design by Johan Daniel Herholdt.Show on map
Nørrebro StationNørrebro station is a railway station on the S-train’s Ring line in Copenhagen, Denmark. It serves the outer end of the Nørrebro district. The planned City Circle Line would see underground trains of the Copenhagen Metro begin serving the station as well.Show on map
KrogerupKrogerup Højskole (English: Krogerup Folk High School) is a folk high school located outside Humlebæk in Municipality north of Copenhagen, Denmark. Founded in 1953, it is based in a former manor house built from 1772 to 1777.Show on map
ArkenARKEN Museum of Modern Art (Danish: ARKEN Museum for Moderne Kunst) is a private non-for-profit charity, state authorized, contemporary art museum in Ishøj near Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark. The museum was conceived and created by Copenhagen County.Show on map
Copenhagen Town HallCopenhagen City Hall (Danish: Københavns Rådhus) is the headquarters of the municipal council as well as the Lord mayor of the Copenhagen Municipality, Denmark. The building is situated on The City Hall Square in central Copenhagen.Show on map
Palace HotelPalace Hotel is a residential hotel on the eastern side of City Hall Square in Copenhagen, Denmark. Influenced by the Art Nouveau style, the red brick building was designed by Anton Rosen and completed in 1910.Show on map
EdelgaveEdelgave is a manor house situated just southeast of Smørumnedre, Egedal Municipality, 20 km northwest of central Copenhagen, Denmark. The current main building was designed by Andreas Kirkerup and is listed.Show on map
Copenhagen Admiral HotelAdmiral Hotel is a hotel in central Copenhagen, Denmark, located on the waterfront between the mouth of the Nyhavn canal and the royal residence Amalienborg Palace. The building is a former warehouse.Show on map
Store Magleby ChurchStore Magleby Church (Danish: Store Magleby Kirke) is a church in Store Magleby, now part of Dragør, on the southern part of Amager in the outskirts of Copenhagen, Denmark.Show on map
Tastrup 380 kV SubstationIshøj station is a railway station on the Køge radial of the S-train network in Copenhagen, Denmark. It serves the urbanized coastal end of Ishøj municipality.Show on map
VærløseVærløse station is a station on the Farum radial of the S-train network in Copenhagen, Denmark. It serves the town of Værløse in Furesø municipality.Show on map
Dyssegård StationDyssegård station is a station on the Farum radial of the S-train network in Copenhagen, Denmark.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Capital Region
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ArresøArresø is the largest lake, based on area, in Denmark. Arresø covers 40,72 km² (15.39 sq mi) and is situated on the island of Zealand. Arresø is located in the northern parts of Zealand in the region of Hovedstaden just north of Ølsted and east of Frederiksværk. The lake empties into Roskilde Fjord through the Arresø Canal in Frederiksværk. The artificial canal was begun around 1717 by royal command, and the work was carried out by Danish soldiers and Swedish POW's. Th renovated wooden ship of M/S Frederikke, offers boat tours on the lake between May and September, embarking from Arresødal.Show on map
Bagsværd SøLake Bagsværd is a lake in Northeastern Zealand, Denmark. After Furesø, it is the second largest lake in the Mølleå system. The lake is an appendix to the Mølleåen via Furå further on to Lyngby lake. The water quality in the lake is not suited for swimming as the lake still receives spillover from three outlets from the public sewer system. The sewer pollution is worsened by the fact that the water in the lake stays in the lake for several years. The lake receives very small amounts of clean water from the surrounding areas. Mostly because of very intensive fresh water pumping from nearby wells.Show on map
Esrum SøLake Esrum (Danish: Esrum Sø) is the largest lake in Denmark by water volume and the second-largest lake by surface area, after lake Arresø. It is situated in the central part of North Zealand (the northeastern region of Zealand), straddling the boundaries of the municipalities Hillerød, Fredensborg, Helsingør and Gribskov, some 40 kilometres north of Copenhagen.Show on map
Christianshavns KanalChristianshavns Kanal (English: Christianshavn Canal) is a canal in the Christianshavn neighbourhood of Copenhagen, Denmark. Running it bisects the neighbourhood along its length. To the north it connects to Trangraven, the canal which separates Christianshavn from Holmen; to the south it makes an angular break and empties in the main harbour a little north of the Langebro bridge. At the middle, Christianshavns Kanal is crossed by Børnehusbroen. This bridge is part of Torvegade, the main thoroughfare of Christianshavn, connecting the city centre across Knippelsbro to the northwest to Amager the southeast. The only other bridge traversing the canal is Snorrebroen, located further north.Show on map
Frederiksholms KanalFrederiksholms Kanal (Danish: Frederiksholm Canal) is a canal in central Copenhagen, Denmark, which runs along the south-west side of Slotsholmen, together with Slotholmens Kanal separating the island from Zealand. The name also applies to the continuation of Rådhusstræde which follows the canal for most of its course, first on its south side and for the last stretch, from Prinsens Bro and to the waterfront, on both sides of the canal. Several historic buildings face the canal, ranging in size from Prince's Mansion, now housing National Museum, and Christiansborg's riding grounds to the diminutive Stable Boy's House, part of Civiletatens Materialgård, a former storage facility now used by the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts's School of Sculpture.Show on map
Tuborg HavnTuborg Havn or Port of Tuborg is a marina and surrounding mixed-use neighbourhood in the Hellerup district of Copenhagen, Denmark. Located on a peninsula on the north side of Svanemølle Bay, just north of the border to Copenhagen Municipality, it is the result of a redevelopment of the former industrial site of Tuborg Breweries which ceased operations in 1996. The marina is operated by the Kongelig Dansk Yachtklub which also has their club house at the site. Other local landmarks include the Experimentarium science centre, the Waterfront shopping centre and the Saxo Bank headquarters. The port is located a 15 minutes walk from the S-trains stations Svanemøllen (south) or Hellerup (north).Show on map
NordhavnenNordhavnen, or Nordhavn, is a harbour area at the coast of the Øresund, founded at the end of the 19th century in Copenhagen, Denmark. It covers an area of more than 2 km². Today, most of Copenhagen Harbour's traditional activities are situated in Nordhavn, including ferry berths, a container terminal, marina, and industrial companies. The S-train station Nordhavn station is located at Nordhavnen close to the city district Østerbro.Show on map
Wilders KanalWilders Kanal (English: Wilder Canal) is a canal which connects Christianshavns Kanal to the main harbour, opposite Søkvæsthuset, in the Christianshavn neighbourhood of Copenhagen, Denmark. It is crossed by Wilders Bro which carries Strandgade. The canal is named after father and son, Carl and Lars Wilder, who operated a shipyard in the area just north of it, now known as Wilders Plads.Show on map
DrogdenDrogden is a channel through the Sound designed for shipping. The trench is located on the Danish side of the Øresund, between Saltholm and Amager. It passes over the Øresund Bridge, whose lowest point is located right there. Maximum depth of ships that can pass is 8.0 metres. Drogden is heavily trafficked. It passes about 30 000 ships per year in the fairway.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Capital Region
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BornholmBornholm ([bɒːnˈhʌlˀm]; Old Norse: Burgundaholmr) 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 fishing, dairy farming, and arts and crafts such as glass production and pottery using locally worked clay. Tourism is important during the summer. There is an especially large amount of Denmark's round churches on the island. Directly west of Bornholm is Vordingborg Municipality around 150 km (93 mi) across the Baltic Sea on the island of Sjælland.Show on map
Jægersborg DyrehaveDyrehaven (Danish 'The Deer Park'), officially Jægersborg Dyrehave, is a forest park north of Copenhagen. It covers around 11 km2 (4.2 sq mi). Dyrehaven is noted for its mixture of huge, ancient oak trees and large populations of red and fallow deer. In July 2015, it was one of the three forests included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site inscribed as Par force hunting landscape in North Zealand.Show on map
HesseløHesselø is a small island of Denmark, belonging to Halsnæs Municipality, in Region Hovedstaden. The island is situated in the Kattegat, about 25 nautical miles east of Grenaa on Jutland and 15 nautical miles northwest of Zealand Sjælland, it has an area of 0.71 km². The island got its name from the common seal (in Danish, sæl), which used to be very common on the island. Hesselø was occupied by the English during the Napoleonic Wars. Another 'duel' occurred in 1983 when the Danish government gave permission for test-drilling for oil north-east of the island against protests from Sweden.Show on map
SaltholmSaltholm (Salt Islet) is a Danish island in the Øresund, the strait that separates Denmark and Sweden. It is located to the east of the Danish island of Amager in Tårnby municipality and lies just to the west of the sea border between Denmark and Sweden. It is 7 km long and 3 km wide, covering an area of 16 km², making it Denmark's 21st largest island. Saltholm is very flat; its highest point stands only 2 m (6 ft) above sea level, rendering it vulnerable to flooding if persistent east winds cause a tidal surge in the Baltic Sea. It is a relatively new landmass in geological terms, having risen from the sea about 4,000 years ago due to post-glacial rebound, and is surrounded by a large area of shallow water (of 2 m depth or less) that covers an area of 28 km2 (11 sq mi). A series of isletsShow on map
AlmindingenAlmindingen (\"the common\") is one of the largest forests in Denmark. It is located in the centre of the island of Bornholm. The forest covers 3,800 hectares (9,400 acres), making it Denmark's third largest. Though it was at one time common grazing land for cattle, it was fenced in for forestry in 1809 by Hans Rømer, the forest supervisor. As a result, by the beginning of the 20th century, Bornholm had become Denmark's most forested region.Show on map
ErtholmeneErtholmene, generally called Christiansø, is a small archipelago situated approximately 18 km northeast of Bornholm in the Baltic Sea. Its permanent population is 92 (as of 2013) and its area is 39 hectares (0.39 km2). Ertholmene belongs to Denmark and has the country's easternmost point.Show on map
TeglholmenTeglholmen (English: The Tiles Islet) is a peninsula in the South Harbour of Copenhagen, Denmark, located between Sluseholmen and Enghave Brygge. The former dockland area used to house heavy industry. While some industry activities remain in the area, but since most industry left the area, starting in the 1970s, it has undergone massive redevelopment, though some industrial activities remain, most notably MAN B&W Diesel's motor development plant. Today the area houses both a considerable number of Danish and regional headquarters of multinational companies and residential developments. Teglholmen is home to Aalborg University's AAU Cph Campus as well as TV 2's activities in Copenhagen.Show on map
Store DyrehaveStore Dyrehave (literally Large Deer Park) is a forest immediately south of Hillerød, on both sides of Københavnsvej, in North Zealand, Denmark. Consisting of conifers and beech, it was enclosed with stone walls in 1619–28 as a royal deer park for hunting. In 1680, Christian V introduced a geometrical system of roads forming a star with eight branches for par force hunting. Although par force hunting was discontinued in 1777, the road system and numbered stone posts remain fully intact. Store Dyrehave is one of the three forests forming the Par force hunting landscape in North Zealand, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.Show on map
Borups AlléBorups Allé is a major artery in the northwestern part of inner Copenhagen, Denmark. The 3.2 km long street runs from Jagtvej at Nuuks Plads in the southeast to Bellahøj in the northwest. Just before Hulgårdsvej, part of Ring 2, Borups Allé is joined by Bispeengbuen, an elevated road section that connects it to Åboulevard-Ågade and H. C. Andersens Boulevard in the city centre. The rest of Borups Allé is the first leg of the National Road 16, part of the Danish national road network. It continues as a six-lane road to Frederikssundsvej where it becomes Hareskovvej and later the Hillerød Motorway at Utterslev Mose.Show on map
SluseholmSluseholmen (literally \"The Sluice Isle\") is an artificial peninsula in the South Harbour of Copenhagen, Denmark. It takes its name from Slusen, a lock immediately to the south, regulating water levels in the harbor. Previously the site of heavy industry and part of the Southern Docklands of Port of Copenhagen, Sluseholmen has, since the turn of the millennium, undergone massive redevelopment, transforming it into a mainly residential district known for its canals and maritime atmosphere. It is connected to Teglholmen by the Teglværk Bridge.Show on map
SøndermarkenSøndermarken (lit. \"The Southern Field\") is a park in Frederiksberg on the border to Valby and the Carlsberg area in Copenhagen, Denmark. It shares much of its history with Frederiksberg Gardens from which it is separated only by Roskildevej. Cisternerne, an underground venue for art exhibitions in the former cisterns, are located inside the park.Show on map
Frederiksberg HaveFrederiksberg Gardens (Danish: Frederiksberg Have) is one of the largest and most attractive greenspaces in Copenhagen, Denmark. Together with the adjacent Søndermarken it forms a green area of 64 hectares at the western edge of Inner Copenhagen. It is a romantic landscape garden designed in the English style.Show on map
Amager StrandparkAmager Strandpark (English: Amager Beach Park) is a seaside public park in Copenhagen, Denmark. It is located on the island of Amager and includes an artificial island and offers a total of 4.6 km (2.9 mi) of beaches. From the beach, the Middelgrunden wind farm can be seen on the horizon.Show on map
LandemærketLandemærket, literally \"The Landmark\", is a street in the Old Town of Copenhagen, Denmark. It extends from Købmagergade along the north side of the Trinitatis Complex (Round Tower and Trinitatis Church, Guttenberghus and the Film House to Gothersgade at Rosenborg Castle Gardens.Show on map
RevshaleøenRefshaleøen, originally an island in its own right but now annexed to the larger island of Amager, is a former industrial site in the harbor of Copenhagen, Denmark. For more than a hundred years, it was home to the shipyard Burmeister & Wain which closed in 1996.Show on map