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Basic information about Zealand
Zealand Region (Danish: Region Sjælland; Swedish: Region Själland) is the southernmost administrative region of Denmark, established on January 1, 2007 as part of the 2007 Danish Municipal Reform, which replaced the traditional counties (\amter\) with five larger regions. At the same time, smaller municipalities were merged into larger units, reducing the number of municipalities from 271 before 1 January 2006, when Ærø Municipality was created, to 98. The reform was implemented in Denmark on January 1, 2007.
Cities, towns & villages in Zealand
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RoskildeRoskilde (Danish pronunciation: [ˈʁʌskilə]), located 30 km (19 mi) west of Copenhagen on the Danish island of Zealand, is the main city in Roskilde Municipality. With a population of 50,046 (as of 1 January 2016), the city is a business and educational centre for the region and the 10th largest city in Denmark. Roskilde is governed by the administrative council of Roskilde Municipality. Show Roskildeon the map
RørvigRørvig is a small town with a population of 1,012 (1 January 2015) in the northern part of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in eastern Denmark. Rørvig is surrounded by water on three sides: to the north is the Kattegat, to the east is the channel leading into the Isefjord, and to the south is Roskilde Fjord. There is a small fishing industry there, as well as a marina for pleasure craft. The pier is excellent for crabbing (take a peg, a long piece of string and a bucket; the local fish shop usually has old fish heads for bait!). A small distance from Rørvig is a site that is the centre of Denmark. The centre of Denmark is marked with a big stone. At Rørvig harbour, a fishing boat which is a boat that was used during WW2 for dearming mines out at sea. on the boat, you get a fishing rod and@en . Show Rørvigon the map
LangebækLangebæk is a town with a population of 242 (1 January 2015) and a former municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Sjælland on the southeastern tip of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in south Denmark. The municipality included the islands of Langø, Tærø and Lilleø, and it covered an area of 101 km². It had a total population of 6,332 (2005). Its last mayor was Henrik Holmer, a member of the Social Democrats political party. Show Langebækon the map
Nørre AlslevNørre Alslev is a town with a population of 2,379 (1 January 2015) on the northern end of the island of Falster in south Denmark. It belongs to Guldborgsund municipality in Region Sjælland. Until January 1, 2007 Nørre Alslev was also a municipality (Danish, kommune) in the former Storstrøm County. The municipality covered an area of 181 km², and had a total population of 9,595 (2005). Its last mayor was Niels Larsen, a member of the Venstre (Liberal Party) political party. Nørre Alslev municipality ceased to exist as the result of Kommunalreformen (\"The Municipality Reform\" of 2007). It was merged with Nykøbing Falster, Nysted, Sakskøbing, Stubbekøbing, and Sydfalster municipalities to form the new Guldborgsund municipality. Show Nørre Alslevon the map
SakskøbingSakskøbing is a town with a population of 4,519 (1 January 2015) and a former municipality (Danish, kommune) in Guldborgsund municipality in Region Sjælland on the northeast coast of the island of Lolland in south Denmark. The former Sakskøbing municipality, including the small island of Vigsø, covered an area of 176 km², and had a total population of 9,299 (2005). Its last mayor was Kaj Petersen a member of the Social Democrats political party. The main town and the site of its municipal council is the town of Sakskøbing. To the north is Tår's Cove (Tårs Vig) and beyond that Rågø Strait (Rågø Sund), the waterway which separates Lolland from Zealand. A finger of Rågø Strait cuts into the former municipality forming Sakskøbing Fjord and then Sakskøbing River (Sakskøbing Show Sakskøbingon the map
KalundborgKalundborg is a Danish city with a population of 16,343 (1 January 2015), the main town of the municipality of the same name and the site of its municipal council. It is situated on the northwestern coast of the largest Danish island, Zealand, on the opposite, eastern side of which lies Copenhagen, 110 km (68 mi) away. Kalundborg is famous as the location of a large broadcasting facility, the Kalundborg transmitter. The city is also home to the largest coal-fired power station in Denmark. Ferries connect Kalundborg westward to the island of Samsø. Show Kalundborgon the map
StubbekøbingStubbekøbing is a town with a population of 2,304 (1 January 2015) in Guldborgsund municipality in Region Sjælland on the northeastern coast of the island of Falster in south Denmark. Ferry service connects the town of Stubbekøbing over the Grønsund to Bogø at the town of Nyby. To the northeast is the island of Møn, which is separated from Stubbekøbing by the waters of Grønsund, the strait which separates Møn and the island of Bogø from Falster. To the east and southeast is the Baltic Sea. Show Stubbekøbingon the map
PræstøPræstø is a town with a population of 3,821 (1 January 2015) and a former municipality (Danish, kommune) in Vordingborg Municipality in Region Sjælland on the east coast of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) near its southwestern tip in south Denmark. The former Præstø municipality included the islands of Maderne, Storeholm, and Lilleholm which lie in Præstø Fjord. The former municipality covered an area of 107 km², and had a total population of 7,608 (2005). Its last mayor was Ole Møller Madsen, a member of the Venstre (Liberal Party) political party. Show Præstøon the map
SmerupSmerup is a village in the southern part of Stevns, a peninsula of the Island Sjælland in Denmark, Europe. The village is centered on a church (built around year 1270) and a village pond. The village is situated between the cities Faxe and Store Heddinge. The distance to the city Køge is 25 km. Smerup is parish-of-ease to the neighboring village Store Spjellerup, but is itself church city for the larger neighboring village Store Torøje. Show Smerupon the map
SvinningeUntil January 1, 2007 Svinninge municipality was a municipality (Danish, kommune) in the former West Zealand County on the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in eastern Denmark. The municipality covered an area of 86 km², and had a population of 6,588 (2005). Its last mayor was Søren Christensen, representing Venstre, Denmark's Liberal Party. The site of the municipal council was the town of Svinninge. Show Svinningeon the map
KorsørKorsør is a Danish town and port. It is out on the Great Belt, on the Zealand side, just south of where the Great Belt Bridge lands. It was the site of the municipal council of Korsør municipality - today it is part of Slagelse municipality. It has a population of 14,392 (1 January 2015). Formerly the main ferry port from Zealand to Funen, the town of Korsør is divided into two halves by the Korsør Nor inlet, with the northern part named Halskov. Most of the historical southern part of Korsør (Korsør proper) is low-lying and prone to flooding. Show Korsøron the map
JyderupJyderup is an old town with a population of 4,163 (1 January 2015) in northwestern Zealand, Denmark, and part of Holbæk Municipality. It is positioned roughly halfway between the larger cities of Kalundborg and Holbæk on the west and east, respectively, and is surrounded by forest and farmland. The town is bordered on the west by the lake of Skarresø. Jyderup is split in two parts divided by the road between Holbæk and Kalundborg named Skovvejen (English: Forest Road). Show Jyderupon the map
HolebyHoleby was a municipality (Danish, kommune) on the island of Lolland in Storstrøm County in south Denmark. The municipality covered an area of 116 km², and had a total population of 3,982 (2005). Its last mayor was Bjarne Larsen. The main town and the seat of its municipal council was the town of Holeby with a population of 1,441 (1 January 2015). Neighboring municipalities were Nysted to the east, Maribo and Sakskøbing to the north, and Rødby to the west. To the south was the Baltic Sea and the Fehmarn Belt. Show Holebyon the map
RønnedeRønnede was a municipality (Danish, kommune) in the former Storstrøm County in south Denmark. The municipality covered an area of 125 km², and had a total population of 7,289 (2005). Its last mayor was Kurt Rosner, a member of the Venstre (Liberal Party) political party. The main town and site of its municipal council was the town of Rønnede with a population of 2,402 (1 January 2015) Neighboring municipalities were Fakse and Vallø to the east, Køge to the north, and Haslev, Holmegaard, and Fladså to the west. To the south was Fakse Bay (Fakse Bugt). Show Rønnedeon the map
RudbjergUntil January 1, 2007 Rudbjerg was a municipality (Danish, kommune) on the southwest coast of the island of Lolland in the former Storstrøm County, southern Denmark. The municipality covered an area of 143 km², and had a total population of 3,432 (2005). Its last mayor was Tom Larsen, a member of the Venstre (Liberal Party) political party. The main town and the site of its municipal council was Dannemare. Show Rudbjergon the map
DianalundUntil January 1, 2007, Dianalund municipality was a municipality (Danish, kommune) in West Zealand County on the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in east Denmark. The municipality covered an area of 67 km², and had a total population of 7,406 (2005). Its last mayor was Per Hovmand, a member of the Conservative People's Party (Det Konservative Folkeparti) political party. The main town and the site of its municipal council was the town of Dianalund. Show Dianalundon the map
RødbyRødby is a town and a former municipality (Danish, kommune) on the island of Lolland in Denmark. The former Rødby municipality covered an area of 120 km², and had a total population of 6,590 (2005). Its last mayor was Hans Ole Sørensen, a member of the Venstre (Liberal Party) political party. Show Rødbyon the map
KøgeKøge (Danish pronunciation: [ˈkøːə] or [ˈkøːjə], older spelling Kjøge) is a seaport on the coast of Køge Bugt (Bay of Køge) 39 km southwest of Copenhagen. It is the principal town and seat of Køge Municipality, Region Sjælland, Denmark. In 2015, the urban area had a population of 36,424. The natural harbour and strategic location have given Køge a long history as a market town. Today, that past is evident in a well-preserved old town centre with many half-timbered houses. Show Køgeon the map
FuglebjergFuglebjerg, with a population of 2,181 (1 January 2015), is a town in Næstved municipality on Zealand in Region Sjælland in Denmark. Until 1 January 2007, Fuglebjerg was also a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Vestsjælland County on the west the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in south Denmark. The municipality covered an area of 141 km², and had a total population of 6,582 (2005). Its last mayor was Henrik Willadsen, a member of the Venstre (Liberal Party) political party. Show Fuglebjergon the map
TornvedUntil January 1, 2007 Tornved municipality was a municipality (Danish, kommune) in the former West Zealand County on the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in Denmark. The municipality covered an area of 105 km², and had a total population of 9,135 (2005). Its last mayor was Jens Stenbæk, a member of the Venstre (Liberal Party) political party. The main town and the site of its municipal council was the town of Jyderup. Show Tornvedon the map
StenlilleUntil 1 January 2007 Stenlille municipality was a municipality (Danish, kommune) in the former West Zealand County on the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in east Denmark. The municipality covered an area of 94 km², and had a total population of 5,544 (2005). Its last mayor was Vagn Guldborg, a member of the Venstre (Liberal Party) political party. The main town and the site of its municipal council was the town of Stenlille. Show Stenlilleon the map
BjergstedUntil 1 January 2007, Bjergsted was a municipality (Danish, kommune) in West Zealand County on the west coast of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in Denmark. The municipality included the islands of Sejrø and Nekselø, and covered an area of 138.62 km². It had a total population of 8,047 (2005). Its last mayor was Gert Larsen, a member of the Venstre (Liberal Party) political party. The main town and the site of its municipal council was the town of Svebølle. Show Bjergstedon the map
HøjrebyUntil January 1, 2007 Højreby was a municipality (Danish, kommune) on the island of Lolland in Storstrøm County in south Denmark. The municipality covered an area of 128 km², and had a total population of 4,049 (2005). Its last mayor was Jytte Frijs, a member of the Venstre (Liberal Party) political party. The site of its municipal council was the town of Søllested. Show Højrebyon the map
GreveGreve Municipality is a municipality (Danish, kommune) about 21 km south-west of Copenhagen in Region Sjælland on the east coast of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in eastern Denmark. The municipality covers an area of 60 km², and has a total population of 47,773 (2008). The site of its municipal council is the town of Greve Strand. Greve Municipality was formed in 1970, as part of the kommunalreform (\"Municipal Reform\") of that year. It was established by combining the following parishes: \n* Greve \n* Hundige \n* Karlslunde \n* Karlslunde Strand \n* Kildebrønde \n* Mosede \n* Tune. Show Greveon the map
EjbyEjby is a village in Køge Municipality, with a population of 3,118 (1 January 2015), on the Danish island of Zealand. The village is located about 8 kilometres/5 miles west of the town of Køge. Since the 1960s, when Ejby was a small village with a population of only a few hundreds, the village has grown rapidly and is now surrounded by residential areas of single-family detached homes and terraced houses. Ejby church, a typical Danish village church from the 12th century, is located on the western outskirts of the old original village. Show Ejbyon the map
Holbæk(\"Holbech\" redirects here. For other uses, see Holbech (disambiguation).) Holbæk is a town in Denmark and the seat of Holbæk municipality with a population of 26,961 (1 January 2015). The city is located in the northeastern part of Region Sjælland, Denmark. Show Holbækon the map
RødbyhavnRødbyhavn is a small town and harbour on the south coast of Lolland, Denmark. Since 2007 it has been a part of Lolland Municipality. Rødbyhavn (\"Rødby Harbour\") is located approximately 5 km southwest of the town of Rødby. It is a harbour on the northern shore of the Fehmarn Belt. A ferry service connects Rødbyhavn with Puttgarden on the island of Fehmarn. Thus one can drive or take the train from Copenhagen over the Fehmarn Belt, and on to Lübeck and Hamburg by European route E47, which in Germany is known as autobahn A1 or Vogelfluglinie. Show Rødbyhavnon the map
SorøSorø is a town in Sorø municipality in Region Sjælland on the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in east Denmark. The population is 7,866 (2016). The municipal council and the regional council are located in Sorø. Sorø was founded in 1161 by Bishop Absalon, later the founder of Copenhagen, and is the site of Sorø Academy (Danish Sorø Akademi). The Academy is an educational institution built in 1140. Also built that year was Sorø Klosterkirke, the church where Bishop Absalon and Margaret I of Denmark were buried (she was later moved to Roskilde Domkirke, Roskilde). Show Sorøon the map
ReersøReersø is a Danish town located on a small peninsula of the same name. It is located in the Great Belt between Korsør and Kalundborg on the western coast of the island of Zealand, and it is part of Kalundborg Municipality in Region Zealand. The town has a population of 527 (2015). Reersø is known for its tailless cats. Show Reersøon the map
HøngHøng is a town with a population of 4,311 (1 January 2015) and a former municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Sjælland near the west coast of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in Denmark. The municipality covered an area of 145 km², and had a total population of 8.411 (2005). Its last mayor was Ingver Jensen. Show Høngon the map
BandholmBandholm is a small port town and parish on the coast of northern Lolland, Region Zealand, Denmark. It had a population of 666 (1 January 2015). It is located to the northwest of Knuthenborg Safari Park and Maribo. From Bandholm there is ferry service to Askø and rail link to Maribo, 8 km (5.0 mi) north of Maribo. Stokkemarke is its west and Østofte Parish forms its southwest border. It is served by Bandholm Station. The Maribo-to-Bandholm rail branch is operated by the Museumsbanen Maribo-Bandholm as a preserved railway. Show Bandholmon the map
SundbySundby is a town with a population of 2,797 (1 January 2015) on the east coast of the Danish island of Lolland located at the western shore of Guldborgsund just opposite the town of Nykøbing Falster on Falster. It formed the western part of the now former Nykøbing Falster municipality before the municipal mergers 1 January 2007. Alas, since 1 January 2007, the town is a part of Guldborgsund Municipality in Region Zealand. Show Sundbyon the map
SkælskørSkælskør is a town in Slagelse municipality on the Danish island of Zealand. The town has a population of 6,532 (1 January 2015). Administratively, the town is in Region Zealand (Region Sjælland) and is home to one of Denmark's largest breweries, the Harboe Brewery. Historically a harbour for traffic between Zealand and Funen. Korsør became the preferred port when the harbour there was ordered settled. Skælskør Fjord is difficult to navigate, and was one of the last waters in Denmark that legally required a pilot on recreational boats. Show Skælskøron the map
VibyViby, often referred to as Viby Sjælland (usually styles Viby Sj) to distinguish it from Viby J in Jutland, is a satellite town to Roskilde and Copenhagen, located 8 km south of Roskilde, in Roskilde Municipality, some 30 km west of Copenhagen, Denmark. The original village, now Gammel Viby (\"Old Viby\"), is located in the northern part of town while the modern district has formed around Viby Station which opened on the Danish Main Line between Copenhagen and western Denmark in 1854. The village of Dåstrup is now also an integrated part of Viby. As of 1 January 2015, Viby had a population of 4,609. Show Vibyon the map
BorreBorre is a village on the island of Møn in south-eastern Denmark. It is located in the eastern part of the island at the foot of a hill leading up to Møns Klint and Liselund. With a population of 309 in the village and 576 in the parish as of 1 January 2015, it is the third largest community on the island after Stege and Store Damme. Now part of Vordingborg Municipality, it belongs to Region Zealand. Show Borreon the map
HundigeHundige is a suburb 18 kilometres (11 mi) south-west of Copenhagen. The town has a relatively high rate of crime, most of which are committed in the large housing project called Askerød in the northern part of the suburb . The suburb was originally a small town, but was made to a suburb in the 1960s. The Hundige StorCenter a large shopping mall was built in 1974 and the suburb was connected with the S-train network in 1976. Today Hundige StorCenter is called Waves after a re-opening in 2009. The place is famous for being where Bodil Joensen, a famous Danish pornographic actress, was born. Show Hundigeon the map
MariboMaribo is a town in Lolland municipality in Region Sjælland on the island of Lolland in south Denmark. To the north of Maribo is Nørresø (\"The Northern Lake\" or \"Northern Maribo Lake\") and to the south is Søndersø (\"The Southern Lake\" or \"Southern Maribo Lake\"). Søndersø is the largest lake on Lolland. There are more islands in Søndersø than in any other lake in Denmark. These include the islands of Fruerø, Hestø, Præstø, Borgø, Lindø, Askø and Worsaaes. This is part of the Maribo Lakes Nature Park, which spans the towns of Maribo, Holeby, Sakskøbing and Nysted. Show Mariboon the map
VordingborgVordingborg is an old ferry town in Vordingborg Municipality in Denmark. It has an inner urban area population of 11,843 (1 January 2015), and a total population of 17,714 including the satellite towns Ørslev, Nyråd and Stensved. These satellite towns have evolved during the last decades, due to three large estates surrounding Vordingborg and therefore prevented a collective development of the town.Vordingborg Municipality (Kommune) has a population of 46,000. Long term head coach of the Danish national football team, Morten Olsen, was born in Vordingborg. Show Vordingborgon the map
AlgestrupAlgestrup is a small railway town with a population of 891 (1 January 2015). The town is located in the southern part of Køge Municipality in Region Zealand, Denmark, just north of the boundary between Køge and Faxe Municipality, at the railroad Lille Syd between Køge and Haslev. In spite of the fact that a railway station is located in the southern part of Algestrup, the station is not named Algestrup station but Tureby station, named after two manor houses Turebylille and Turebyholm in Faxe Municipality about 2 and 4 kilometres south of the station. Show Algestrupon the map
KnabstrupKnabstrup is a small railway town, with a population of 1,074 (as of January 1, 2015), at the railroad between Kalundborg and Holbæk in Holbæk Municipality, Region Zealand in Denmark. Knabstrup Teglværk, which is located south of the town, was a former brick and ceramic factory that was closed in 1988. It is currently being renovated into a center for ecological awareness by the local environmental collective Makvärket. Knabstrup Manor, where the horse breed Knabstrupper was bred, is located 2 kilometres southeast of the town. Show Knabstrupon the map
SlagelseSlagelse is a small town in Denmark located in west Zealand. It is about 100 km (62 mi) southwest of Copenhagen. The population is 32,333 (1 January 2015). In the 11th century, Slagelse had a mint and was an important trading centre. The city has an 11th-century church, and nearby is Trelleborg, a Viking fortress. Hans Christian Andersen studied in the grammar school in this city for a few years but described it as a \"nuisance\". Slagelse is twinned with Aberdare, Wales and Stargard Szczeciński, Poland. Show Slagelseon the map
HaslevHaslev, a town in Faxe municipality, lies in the southern part of Zealand, Denmark. About 60 km (37 mi) from Copenhagen, it has a population of 11,407 (1 January 2015). Haslev is popularly known as the school town with the green surroundings (skolebyen i det grønne). There are no less than six public schools, two boarding schools, a folk high school, and a technical school - as well as a college of education and a sixth-form college. The estates and castles of Gisselfeld and Bregentved are close to Haslev. Show Haslevon the map
ØlbyØlby (meaning Beer Town in Danish or \"the place where the people are making good beer\") is a neighbourhood north of the town of Køge divided into two parts, the village of Ølby and east of the village near the shore of the Bay of Køge a suburb named Ølby Lyng 35 km south-west of Copenhagen, Denmark, located in the northern part of Køge. The suburb is connected with the radial line Køgebugtbanen, a part of the S-train network, at the Ølby station. Ølby church is a small modern church build in 1997. Show Ølbyon the map
Lille SkensvedLille Skensved is a small railway town located in Køge and Solrød municipalities, at the railway line Lille Syd between Roskilde and Køge about 7 kilometres north of Køge.The total population of Lille Skensved is 1,562 (1 January 2015), 1,501 in Køge Municipality and 61 in Solrød Municipality. The towns most domineering place of work is CP Kelco Aps, the largest plant in the world producing pectin, carrageenan and refined locust bean gum. The Danish Hip-hop-DJ, DJ Noize is born in Lille Skensved. Show Lille Skensvedon the map
Nykøbing FalsterNykøbing Falster (originally named Nykøbing) is a southern Danish city, seat of the Guldborgsund kommune. It belongs to Region Sjælland. The city lies on Falster, connected by the 295-meter-long Frederick IX Bridge over the Guldborgsund (Guldborg Strait) waterway to the island of Lolland. The town has a population of 16,503 (1 January 2015). Including the satellite town Sundby on the Lolland side, with a population of 2,797, the total population is 19,300. Show Nykøbing Falsteron the map
Fakse LadepladsFaxe Ladeplads is a coastal town in Denmark with a population of 2,863 (1 January 2015), located in Zealand and lying 5 kilometers south-east from Faxe. The town is mainly a harbour town with a working harbour and a marina. The town is a local beach-town and is surrounded by forest and sandy beaches with shallow water. The forest stretches all the way to the sea and from the edge you can see towards the island of Møn and the small protected wildlife park, Feddet. Show Fakse Ladepladson the map
Vester NordlundeNordlunde is a hamlet on the island of Lolland, Denmark. It is about 7 kilometers from Nakskov, the main city of Lolland. Nordlunde has about 100 citizens. In the past, Nordlunde had a school, an inn, a small store, an agriculture factory and a smithy, it also had a telephone central and a mill at Moellevang. Currently the hamlet only contains a store of used goods. The small church, without a tower, was built in the 12th century and contains a small graveyard. Show Vester Nordlundeon the map
LejreLejre is a town with a population of 2,415 (1 January 2015) in Lejre Municipality (Danish, kommune) on the island of Zealand in east Denmark. It belongs to Region Sjælland (also spelled Zealand) The town's Old Norse name was Hleiðra or Hleiðragarð. The municipality has an area of 240 km² and a total population of ca. 26,989 (2014). Its mayor is Mette Touborg, representing the Socialist Peoples Party. The municipal seat is Kirke Hvalsø. Show Lejreon the map
VeddeVedde is a village located in the Sorø Municipality in Region Sjælland on the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in east Denmark. As of 1 January 2015 it has a population of 302. The railway station was built in 1901 as part of the private Høng-Tølløse Railway ((HTJ) Høng-Tølløse Jernbane), but since January 2009 it is operated by the Regionstog A/S. Vedde was a junction between this and the subsequent action Sorø-Vedde Railway (1903–50). Show Veddeon the map
KariseKarise is the main town of Karise Parish in Faxe Municipality, Region Sjælland (\"Zealand Region\") in the southeast of Denmark. Karise town has a population of 2,168 (1 January 2015) (Karise Parish: 2,695 (2011)) Karise is mentioned in 1261, when Peder Olufsen, a local Lord, in his will donated 12 marks to the consecration of Karise Church. Until the municipal reform of 1972, Karise was part of its own Karise Municipality. Show Kariseon the map
VæggerløseVæggerløse is a town some 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) south of Nykobing Falster on the Danish island of Falster. It has large housing developments and until 2006 was the administrative centre for the now defunct Sydfalster Municipality. In January 2015 it had a population of 1,312. Standing on a hilltop, Væggerløse Church dates from the late Romanesque period. It has early 16th century frescos depicting the Supper at Emmaus. Show Væggerløseon the map
GlumsøGlumsø is a railway town, with a population of 2,129 (1.January 2015), located centrally in Zealand in Denmark. Until 1.January 2007 it was the seat of Suså Municipality. Glumsø Station is located in Glumsø, serving the Sydbanen line. The station was heavily redesigned in late 2009. Before being redesigned it used to serve German ICE trains on the Copenhagen-Hamburg line, although ICE trains now just pass through. Show Glumsøon the map
KarlstrupKarlstrup Landsby is a small village in the municipality of Solrød. The village is approximately 3 km from the beach, Karlstrup Strand, situated in the middle of Køge Bugt (The Bay of Køge). There is a lake nearby, Karlstrup Kalkgrav, which used to be a chalk pit. The Danish national bicycle route #9 passes through Karlstrup Village.Karlstrup is approximately 30 km from the capital of Denmark, Copenhagen. Show Karlstrupon the map
Store DammeStore Damme is a village in Fanefjord Parish on the western part of the Danish island of Møn, Vordingborg Municipality. With a population of 586 (1 January 2015) it is the second largest community on the island after Stege. The village was the site of a rytterskole (English: rider school) from 1726. Fanefjord Church is located about 2 kilometres south of Store Damme close to the inlet Fanefjord. Show Store Dammeon the map
Kirke HvalsøHvalsø is a town and a former municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Sjælland on the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in east Denmark. The former municipality covered an area of 72 km², and had a total population of 7,856 (2005). Its last mayor was Virginia Holst, a member of the Venstre (Liberal Party) political party. She was the first foreign national becoming mayor in a Danish municipality. Show Kirke Hvalsøon the map
JersieJersie or Jersie Strand is a suburb 32 kilometres (20 mi) south-west of central Copenhagen and form the southern part of the Solrød Strand urban area. The suburb is connected with the radial line Køgebugtbanen, a part of the S-train network, at the Jersie station. The village of Jersie, west of Jersie Strand, has a population of 520 (1 January 2014). Jersie Church is located in the village. Show Jersieon the map
Store MerløseStore Merløse is a town on Sjælland in Denmark with a population of 1,212 (1 January 2015). It is part of the municipality of Holbæk and close to Tølløse and Ringsted. It is a calm town with a primary school and a few businesses. For high school most people go to Tølløse. There is a local train from Vestsjællands Lokalbaner that will take you from Store Merløse to Tølløse or Slagelse. Show Store Merløseon the map
NakskovNakskov is a town in south Denmark. It is in Lolland municipality in Region Sjælland on the western coast of the island of Lolland. The town has a population of 12,665 (1 January 2015). To the west is Nakskov Fjord, an inlet from the Langeland Belt (Langelandsbælt) that runs between the islands of Lolland and Langeland. Nakskov Fjord is a wildlife reserve, known for its bird life . Show Nakskovon the map
HavdrupHavdrup is a small town straddling the boundary between Solrød and Roskilde municipalities, some 30 km southwest of Copenhagen, Denmark. Havdrup station serves the Little South railway line between Roskilde and Køge. Havdrup had a population of 3,972 (1 January 2015). The original village, now known as Gammel Havdrup, is located about 3 km to the east of the modern railway town. Show Havdrupon the map
VirketVirket is a village in central Falster, Denmark. It belongs to Falkerslev Parish in Guldborgsund Municipality, in Region Zealand. It is located approximately 14 kilometres (8.7 mi) northeast of Nykøbing Falster. To the northwest is Falster Golf Club. The village lies along a road named Virketvej, which connects it to Kraghave, about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) to the southwest. Show Virketon the map
GørlevGørlev is a town with a population of 2,441 (1 January 2015) on the west coast of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in Denmark, belonging to Kalundborg Municipality in Region Sjælland. To the west are Musholm (Mosses Island) Bay (Musholm Bugt), the Great Belt (Storebælt)— the strait which separates Zealand from the island of Funen), and Jammerland Bay (Jammerland Bugt). Show Gørlevon the map
DamsholteDamsholte is a village on the Danish island of Møn. It is located some 6 km south-west of Stege. The first reference to Damsholte dates back to 1664. Damsholte Church, the only Rococo village church in Denmark is to be found in the western part of the village close to the Marienborg Estate. The village is in Vordingborg Municipality which belongs to Region Sjælland. This article is based on the Danish Wikipedia article. Show Damsholteon the map
GuldborgGuldborg is a fishing village spanning the islands of Falster and Lolland in Denmark. It belongs to Guldborgsund Municipality, in Region Zealand. In 2015 the village had a population of 533, with about 500 living on the Lolland side. The village is located at the narrowest point between the two islands where Guldborg Bridge crosses Guldborgsund (or Guldborg) Sound. Show Guldborgon the map
SvogerslevSvogerslev is a small satellite town located four kilometres west of Roskilde, Denmark. The original village features a village pond, a Romanesque church, one of the smallest in Denmark, and a number of old farm buildings. The historic centre is surrounded by large developments of single family detached homes. As of 1 January 2015, it had a population of 4,320. Show Svogerslevon the map
AsnæsAsnæs is a town in Odsherred Municipality in northwestern Zealand in Denmark. It is situated approximately 90 kilometres west of Copenhagen. It has a population of 2,901 (1.January 2015). The town is home to a swimming hall, a sports hall, Bobjergskolen folkeskole, Asnæs Centret shopping center, Odsherred Gymnasium, and a large production site for NKT Cables. Show Asnæson the map
KraghaveKraghave is a village in western Falster, Denmark. It belongs to Guldborgsund Municipality, in Region Zealand. It is located just to the north of Nykøbing Falster, along European route E55. It is connected by road to Virket, about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) to the northeast. It is bordered by Bangsebro just to the southeast and Stubberup to the north. Show Kraghaveon the map
JyllingeJyllinge is a town located on the eastern shores of Roskilde Fjord, midway between Roskilde and Frederiksværk, Roskilde Municipality, some 40 km west of Copenhagen, Denmark. The original fishing village is surrounded by large areas of Single-family detached homes. As of 1.January 2015, it had a population of population of 10,092 (1 January 2015). Show Jyllingeon the map
HorslundeHorslunde is a village on the island of Lolland in south-eastern Denmark. In January 2015 its population was 674. Horslunde is now part of Lolland Municipality and belongs to Region Zealand. Sites of interest in Horslunde include Reventlow-Museet Pederstrup and the town's three churches, Horslunde Church, Nøbbet Church, and Nordlunde Church. Show Horslundeon the map
JystrupJystrup is a village with a population of 746 (1 January 2015) located in the middle of Zealand, Denmark. It is located in Ringsted municipality in Region Zealand. Known for its nearby Danish Tramway Museum of Skjoldenæsholm, the town is also close to a golf course and camping site. The town has the postal code 4174 Jystrup, Midtsjælland. Show Jystrupon the map
Klintholm HavnKlintholm Havn is a fishing village and a popular tourist resort on the south coast of Møn, an island in Vordingborg Municipality, southeastern Denmark. As of 1 January 2012, the population is 201. The harbour was built in 1878 by C.S. Scavenius, owner of the nearby Klintholm Estate, as a means of exporting local produce and chalk. Show Klintholm Havnon the map
NæstvedNæstved is a town in the municipality of the same name, located on the island of Zealand in Denmark. Næstved has several adult education centers, five elementary schools - and has at least one of each type of the four upper-second-level education centers. The city has the largest high school in Denmark, Næstved Gymnasium & HF. Show Næstvedon the map
ValløbyVallø was a municipality (Danish, kommune) in the former Roskilde County on the east coast of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in east Denmark. The municipality covered an area of 84 km², and had a total population of 10,337 (2005). Its last mayor was Poul Arne Nielsen, a member of the Venstre (Liberal Party) political party. Show Valløbyon the map
FakseFaxe or Fakse is a town on the island of Zealand in eastern Denmark. It is located in Faxe Municipality in Region Zealand. The town is most known for Faxe Bryggeri, a relatively large brewery producing a range of beer and soft drinks. On the edge of town lies a big limestone quarry (1 km2), Faxe Quarry, owned by Faxe Kalk. Show Fakseon the map
SolrødSolrød is a municipality in Region Sjælland on the east coast of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in east Denmark. The municipality covers an area of 40 km², and has a total population of 21,582 (2014). Its mayor is Niels Hörup, a member of the Venstre (Liberal Party) political party. The municipal seat is Solrød Strand. Show Solrødon the map
OrtvedOrtved is a small village with a population of only 238 (1 January 2015) in Ringsted Municipality in the central part of the island of Zealand, Denmark, and is a part of region Sjælland. It lies on Roskildevejen main road close to the city of Ringsted.Ortved is also the village with Denmarks 5th most popular camping. Show Ortvedon the map
OstedOsted is a town with a population of 2,157 (1 January 2015) in Lejre Municipality, Region Zealand, Denmark. The town is located at the road between the cities of Roskilde and Ringsted. The Danish jazz bassist Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen NHØP (1946-2005) and the film producer Peter Aalbæk Jensen were born in Osted. Show Ostedon the map
RingstedRingsted is a city located centrally in the Danish island of Zealand. It is the seat of a municipality of the same name. Ringsted is approximately 60 km from Copenhagen. Ringsted Station is the last station before trains bound for Fyn and Jutland diverge from trains bound for Lolland-Falster and Puttgarden/Hamburg. Show Ringstedon the map
RoholteRoholte is a village and parish in Faxe Municipality, Region Zealand, Denmark. By road it is located 10.5 kilometres (6.5 mi) south of Faxe, and 83.2 kilometres (51.7 mi) southwest of Copenhagen. Of note is Roholte Church, the parish church, which was built in 1441, and the Morten Roholte sports club. Show Roholteon the map
StensvedStensved is a town, with a population of 1,568 (1.January 2015), situated on the southern Zealand (Region Sjælland), in Denmark. It is a satellite town to Vordingborg. The town is a part of Vordingborg Municipality. Stensved was inhabited already in the Iron Age, which stretched from 1200 BC to 1 BC. Show Stensvedon the map
HøveHøve is a village in northwest Zealand with fewer than 200 inhabitants (2011). Høve is located near Sejerø Bay, five kilometers north of Asnæs, 17 kilometers southwest of Nykøbing Sjælland, and 25 kilometers northwest of Holbæk. The village is part of Odsherred Municipality and is in Asnæs Parish. Show Høveon the map
UndløseUndløse is the main village of Undløse Parish, located about 17 kilometres (11 mi) southwest of Holbæk in Holbæk municipality in northernwest Zealand, Denmark. As of 1.January 2015, it has a population of 1,139. Undløse Church has Baroque woodcuts by Abel Schrøder and notable 15th-century frescoes. Show Undløseon the map
BoeslundeBoeslunde is a village and parish in Slagelse Municipality in Denmark. The village has 782 residents as of 2015. Boeslunde village is located 7 km north of Skælskør, 9 km east of Korsør and 14 km south of Slagelse. Boeslunde Church and Boeslunde School is situated in the village of Boeslunde. Show Boeslundeon the map
Nykøbing SjællandNykøbing Sjælland is a town in Denmark, located in northern Odsherred on the island of Zealand. Located on the Isefjord, it has a population of 5,195 (1 January 2015). It is located in Odsherred municipality which is part of Region Sjælland. The town is a popular seaside resort. Show Nykøbing Sjællandon the map
StegeStege is the largest town on the island of Møn in south-eastern Denmark. In January 2015 its population was 3,841. Stege is now part of Vordingborg Municipality and belongs to Region Zealand. Once a prosperous herring fishing port, tourism is now important to the local economy. Show Stegeon the map
TorebyToreby is a village in Guldborgsund Municipality on the Danish island of Lolland. It is located 6 km (3.7 mi) west of Nykøbing Falster and 11 km (6.8 mi) east of Sakskøbing. It had a population of 617 as of 1.January 2015. The main road through the town is known as Torebyvej. Show Torebyon the map
BirketBirket is a small town in Lolland Municipality, Denmark. It had a population of 214 residents in 2014. It is located 8 km east of Horslunde, 17 km northeast of Nakskov, 10 km northwest of Stokkemarke and 21 km northwest of Maribo. Birket Church is located south of the town. Show Birketon the map
Sankt JørgensbjergSankt Jørgensbjerg is a district of Roskilde on the Danish island of Zealand. Initially a fishing village in its own right with a history dating back to the Viking era, it became part of Roskilde in 1938. Today it has become the most desirable district in the city. Show Sankt Jørgensbjergon the map
MarielystMarielyst is a small town and seaside resort some 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) south of Nykøbing on the Danish island of Falster. Its long sandy beach has led to an extensive summer house development with some 6,000 holiday homes. As of 2015, it has a population of 693. Show Marielyston the map
GedserGedser is a town at the southern tip of the Danish island of Falster in the Guldborgsund Municipality in Sjælland region. It is the southernmost town in Denmark. The town has a population of 768 (1 January 2015). It is an important port town on the Baltic Sea. Show Gedseron the map
BranderslevBranderslev is a small town in Lolland, Denmark that is situated 4 km southeast of Sandby and 3 km north of Nakskov. The town had a population of 229 residents in 2014. Branderslev is administered under Lolland Municipality and is located in Zealand Region. Show Branderslevon the map
TuneTune is a town in Greve Municipality, located five kilometer southeast of Roskilde and 26 km southwest of Copenhagen City Hall Square, in metropolitan Copenhagen, Denmark. It is mainly known for its airport. As of 2015, the town has a population of 5,103. Show Tuneon the map
StokkemarkeStokkemarke is a village on the Danish island of Lolland located midway between Nakskov and Maribo. In January 2015 it had a population of 412. Stokkemarke Church, first documented in 1396, originally built in the Romanesque style, has Gothic additions. Show Stokkemarkeon the map
TingstedTingsted is a village 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) northeast of Nykøbing on the Danish island of Falster. Tingsted played an important role in early Danish history as a venue for lawmaking and diplomatic agreements. In January 2015 it had a population of 221. Show Tingstedon the map
Solrød StrandSolrød Strand is a Danish town, seat of the Solrød Municipality, in the Region Sjælland. It is commonly known simply as Solrød. Its population as of 1 January 2014 was 15,593, including Jersie Strand, the southern part of the Solrød Strand urban area. Show Solrød Strandon the map
SøllestedSøllested was the administrative centre of the former Højreby Municipality in Denmark. Since 1 January 2007, it has been a part of the new Lolland Municipality. The town lies 9 km east of Nakskov. Søllested has a population of 1,432 (1 January 2015). Show Søllestedon the map
Lundby StationsbyLundby is a small railway town, with a population of 825 (1.January 2015), located in the southern part of Zealand, Denmark. Lundby Efterskole is located here. Lundby Station serves the Sydbanen line, with hourly departures towards Copenhagen. Show Lundby Stationsbyon the map
HorbelevHorbelev is a village some 16 kilometres (9.9 mi) northeast of Nykøbing on the Danish island of Falster. Horbelev Church, one of Falster's oldest, dates from the beginning of the 13th century. In January 2015 Horbelev had a population of 583. Show Horbelevon the map
HårbølleHårbølle is a harbour village on the Danish island of Møn some 5 km (3 mi) south of Store Damme. It is located in the parish of Fanefjord in Vordingborg Municipality. Today it is a popular pleasure boat harbour and summer house resort. Show Hårbølleon the map
NørreballeNørreballe is a village on the Danish island of Lolland. With a population of 514 (1 January 2015), it is located 6 km (3.7 mi) northwest of Maribo. The village of Østofte with its 14th-century Østofte Church is now part of Nørreballe. Show Nørreballeon the map
TorkilstrupTorkilstrup, also Torkildstrup, is a little village some 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) southeast of Nørre Alslev on the Danish island of Falster. It is best known for Torkilstrup Church, one of the island's oldest churches, built before 1160. Show Torkilstrupon the map
HerfølgeHerfølge is a suburb of the town of Køge, located about 5 kilometers south of central Køge, and is a part of Køge Municipality. The suburb is connected with direct train to Køge, Næstved and Roskilde at the railway line Lille Syd. Show Herfølgeon the map
BorupBorup is in east central Zealand, 14 km west of Køge, 11 km northeast of Ringsted, and 18 km southwest of Roskilde - between the two small lakes Borup Lake (Danish: Borup Sø) on the western outskirts of the town and the larger Kimmerslev Lake (Danish: Kimmerslev Sø) on the southeastern outskirts. Show Borupon the map
MernMern is a village with a population of 981 (1 January 2015) located in Vordingborg Municipality, Region Zealand in Denmark. The village is a former Railway town at the Railroad which was closed in 1961. Show Mernon the map
HesnæsHesnæs is a little fishing village located 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) southeast of Stubbekøbing on the Danish island of Falster. It is best known for its thatched, straw-clad houses, not found elsewhere in Denmark. Show Hesnæson the map
OrehovedOrehoved is a small harbour town in the north of the Danish island of Falster. It grew up mainly as a result of the railway and ferry services in the late 19th century. As of 2015, it has a population of 455. Show Orehovedon the map
BjæverskovBjæverskov is a town in Køge Municipality, with a population of 2,917 (1 January 2015) at the road between Køge and Ringsted about 10 kilometres west of Køge and 16 kilometres/10 miles east of Ringsted. Show Bjæverskovon the map
HimmelevHimmelev is a largely residential area in the city of Roskilde in Denmark. It contains primarily parcel houses, but one of the three high schools in Roskilde, Himmelev Gymnasium, is also located there. Show Himmelevon the map
SandbySandby is a village located some 7 km (4.3 mi) northwest of Nakskov on the Danish island of Lolland. It belongs to Lolland Municipality in Region Sjælland. As of 2015, it has a population of 390. Show Sandbyon the map
KarlslundeKarlslunde or Karlslunde Strand is a suburb 25 km (16 mi) south-west of central Copenhagen, Denmark. The suburb is a part of Greve municipality. The suburb is connected with the S-train network. Show Karlslundeon the map
HavrebjergHavrebjerg, is a small town with a population of 413 (1 January 2015) in Slagelse Municipality, Denmark. It is also the birthplace of the inventor of the pH scale, Søren Peder Lauritz Sørensen. Show Havrebjergon the map
SløsseSløsse is a small town in southern Denmark, on the island Lolland. Around 25-50 people live there. It's surrounded by countryside, and most of the buildings are old timberwork houses and farms. Show Sløsseon the map
KrenkerupKrenkerup is an old manor house located 3 km (2 mi) southwest of Sakskøbing on the Danish island of Lolland. It is one of Denmark's oldest estates and manors, documented as early as the 1330s. Show Krenkerupon the map
HunsebyHunseby is a village located some 3 km (1.9 mi) north of Maribo on the Danish island of Lolland. It belongs to Lolland Municipality in Region Sjælland. As of 2015, it has a population of 425. Show Hunsebyon the map
GundsømagleGundsømagle is a town located two kilometres east of Jyllinge and Roskilde Fjord in the northern part of Roskilde Municipality, approximately 40 kilometres west of Copenhagen, Denmark. Show Gundsømagleon the map
HårlevHårlev is a railway town with a population of 2,572 (1 January 2015) in Stevns Municipality on the southeastern part of the Danish island of Zealand about 12 kilometres south of Køge. Show Hårlevon the map
KettingeKettinge is a village and parish in southeastern Lolland, Denmark. It belongs to Guldborgsund Municipality, in Region Zealand. As of 2015 the village has a population of 545. Show Kettingeon the map
Store HeddingeStore Heddinge is a Danish town in Region Sjælland. It is the administrative seat of Stevns Municipality, and has a population of 3,362 (1 January 2015). Show Store Heddingeon the map
Greve StrandGreve Strand (commonly also known simply as Greve) is a Danish town, seat of the Greve Municipality, in the Region Sjælland. Its population is 41,879 (1 January 2015). Show Greve Strandon the map
NagelstiNagelsti is a village in Guldborgsund Municipality on the Danish island of Lolland some 4 km southwest of Nykøbing. As of 2015, it has a population of 508. Show Nagelstion the map
IdestrupIdestrup is a town some 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) southeast of Nykobing Falster on the Danish island of Falster. As of 2015, it has a population of 1,188. Show Idestrupon the map
DannemareDannemare is a village on the Danish island of Lolland located 11 km south of Nakskov and 19 km west of Rødby. As of 2015, it has a population of 435. Show Dannemareon the map
EskilstrupEskilstrup is a town some 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) north of Nykobing Falster on the Danish island of Falster. As of 2015, it has a population of 1,082. Show Eskilstrupon the map
GadstrupGadstrup is a town located on the Lille Syd railway between Roskilde and Køge, in Roskilde Municipality, some 20 km southwest of Copenhagen, Denmark. Show Gadstrupon the map
HorrebyHorreby is a village located 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) west of Nykøbing on the Danish island of Falster. In January 2015 it had a population of 304. Show Horrebyon the map
Øster KippingeØster Kippinge is a village 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) west of Nørre Alslev on the Danish island of Falster. As of 2015, it has a population of 242. Show Øster Kippingeon the map
ØnslevØnslev is a village 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) north of Nykøbing on the Danish island of Falster. In January 2015 it had a population of 406. Show Ønslevon the map
NystedNysted is a town in Guldborgsund municipality in Region Sjælland on the southeastern coast of the island of Lolland in south Denmark. Show Nystedon the map
HøjbyHøjby is a Danish town, seat of the Odsherred Municipality, in the Region Sjælland. Its population on 1 January 2015 was 1,429. Show Højbyon the map
ØmØm is a village with a population of 462 (1 January 2015) in Lejre Municipality, located six kilometers southwest of Roskilde. Show Ømon the map
HerringløseHerringlose (Danish: Herringløse) is a village with a population of 402 (1 January 2014) in Roskilde municipality, Denmark. Show Herringløseon the map
Øster UlslevØster Ulslev is a village in the southeast of the Danish island of Lolland. As of 2015, it has a population of 294. Show Øster Ulslevon the map
EjbyEjby is a town with a population of 1,928 (1 January 2015) in Lejre Municipality, Region Zealand in Denmark. Show Ejbyon the map
EngestofteEngestofte is a Neoclassical manor house located 6 km (4 mi) east of Maribo on the Danish island of Lolland. Show Engestofteon the map
HastrupHastrup is a neighbourhood of Køge in Denmark located 2 to 3 kilometres south of central Køge. Show Hastrupon the map
SandvedSandved is a little locality in Naestved Municipality, Region Zealand, Denmark. Show Sandvedon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Zealand
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Lolland KommuneLolland municipality (on the island of Lolland) is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Sjælland in Denmark. According to Municipal And Regional Key Figures (www.noegletal.dk) it covers an area of 885.40 km² (341.85 square miles) and has a population of 42,638 (1 January, 2016); 42,560 (1 April 2016). Guldborgsund Municipality occupies the eastern part of the island (Østlolland).Show on map
Kalundborg KommuneKalundborg is a Danish city with a population of 16,343 (1 January 2015), the main town of the municipality of the same name and the site of its municipal council. It is situated on the northwestern coast of the largest Danish island, Zealand, on the opposite, eastern side of which lies Copenhagen, 110 km (68 mi) away. Kalundborg is famous as the location of a large broadcasting facility, the Kalundborg transmitter. The city is also home to the largest coal-fired power station in Denmark. Ferries connect Kalundborg westward to the island of Samsø.Show on map
Køge KommuneKøge Municipality (Danish pronunciation: [ˈkøːə] or [ˈkøːjə]) is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Sjælland on the east coast of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) approx. 40 km southwest of Copenhagen. The municipality covers an area of 255 km² (98 sq. miles), and has a total population of 56,637 (2008). Until January 2007, its mayor was Torben Hansen, a member of the Social Democrats political party, who died while still in office. He was replaced by Marie Stærke, who at age 27 is currently Denmark's youngest mayor.Show on map
Stevns KommuneStevns is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Sjælland on the southeast coast of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in south Denmark. The municipality covers an area of 250 square kilometres (97 sq mi), and has a population of 21,920 (1 July 2014). From 1 January 2014, its mayor is Mogens Haugaard Nielsen. He is a member of the Venstre (Liberal Party) political party. The 1st deputy mayor is Varly Jensen. He is from the Danish People's Party. The 2nd deputy mayor is Steen S. Hansen. He is from the Social Democrats. The 19-member municipal council was elected 19 November 2013 for the four-year term 2014-17. The municipality covers most of Stevns Peninsula.Show on map
Roskilde KommuneRoskilde municipality (Danish: Roskilde kommune) is a municipality in Region Sjælland, 30 km west of Copenhagen on the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in east Denmark. The biggest city is Roskilde, the municipality covers an area of 212 km², and it has a total population of 80,687 (2008). Its mayor is Joy Mogensen. She is a member of Socialdemokraterne. Neighboring municipalities are Egedal to the northeast, Greve and Solrød to the southeast, Høje-Taastrup to the east, Køge to the south and Lejre to the west. To the north-west is Roskilde Fjord. It formerly belonged to Roskilde County.Show on map
Greve KommuneGreve Municipality is a municipality (Danish, kommune) about 21 km south-west of Copenhagen in Region Sjælland on the east coast of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in eastern Denmark. The municipality covers an area of 60 km², and has a total population of 47,773 (2008). The site of its municipal council is the town of Greve Strand. Greve Municipality was formed in 1970, as part of the kommunalreform (\"Municipal Reform\") of that year. It was established by combining the following parishes: \n* Greve \n* Hundige \n* Karlslunde \n* Karlslunde Strand \n* Kildebrønde \n* Mosede \n* Tune.Show on map
Holbæk KommuneHolbæk municipality is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in northeastern Region Sjælland on the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in Denmark. The municipality includes the island of Orø, and covers an area of 583 km², and has a total population of 69,010 (2008). Its mayor for 2010–2013 is Søren Kjærsgaard, a member of the Liberal Party (Venstre) political party. The main town and the site of its municipal council is the city of Holbæk. On January 1, 2007 Holbæk municipality was, as the result of Kommunalreformen (\"The Municipal Reform\" of 2007), merged with existing Jernløse, Svinninge, Tornved, and Tølløse municipalities to form a new Holbæk municipality.Show on map
Næstved KommuneNæstved is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Sjælland on the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in the south of Denmark. The municipality includes the island of Gavnø. It covers an area of 681 km², and has a total population of 80,732 (2008). Its mayor is Carsten Rasmussen, a member of the Social Democrats political party. The main town and the site of its municipal council is the town of Næstved.Show on map
Guldborgsund KommuneGuldborgsund is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Sjælland in Denmark, created on 1 January 2007 from six (6) former municipalities on the two islands Lolland in the west and Falster in the east bordering the Guldborgsund strait. It covers an area of 903.15 km² (2013) and has a total population of 61,007 (1 January 2014). Its neighboring municipalities are Lolland to the west and Vordingborg to the north. Its administrative seat is in the town of Nykøbing Falster. Its mayor as of 2010 is John Brædder from the local party New Guldborgsund.Show on map
Slagelse KommuneSlagelse municipality is a municipality (Danish, Municipalities of Denmark) in Region Sjælland on the west coast of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in Denmark. The municipality covers an area of 571 km², and has a total population of 77,457 (2008). Its mayor is Stén Knuth, a member of the Venstre political party. The main city and the site of its municipal council is the city of Slagelse.Show on map
Sorø KommuneSorø Municipality is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Sjælland on the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in east Denmark. The municipality covers an area of 317 km2 (122 sq mi), and has a total population of 29,331 (2015). The main town and the site of its municipal council is the town of Sorø. Other towns in the municipality are Dianalund, Stenlille, and Ruds Vedby. On 1 January 2007 Sorø municipality was, as the result of Kommunalreformen (\"The Municipal Reform\" of 2007), merged with existing Dianalund and Stenlille municipalities to form the new Sorø municipality.Show on map
Ringsted KommuneRingsted Municipality is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Sjælland on the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in east Denmark. The municipality covers an area of 295 km², and has a total population of 32,092 (2008). Its mayor is Niels-Ulrik Hermansen, a member of Venstre The main town and the site of its municipal council is the city of Ringsted. Ringsted municipality was not be merged with other municipalities by January 1, 2007 as the result of nationwide Kommunalreformen (\"The Municipal Reform\" of 2007).Show on map
Region SjællandZealand Region (Danish: Region Sjælland; Swedish: Region Själland) is the southernmost administrative region of Denmark, established on January 1, 2007 as part of the 2007 Danish Municipal Reform, which replaced the traditional counties (\"amter\") with five larger regions. At the same time, smaller municipalities were merged into larger units, reducing the number of municipalities from 271 before 1 January 2006, when Ærø Municipality was created, to 98. The reform was implemented in Denmark on January 1, 2007.Show on map
Faxe KommuneFaxe municipality is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Denmark in Region Sjælland on the island of Zealand. The municipality covers an area of 406 km² and has a population of 35,418 (2008). Its mayor as of 2010 is Knud Erik Hansen, a member of the Social Democrats political party. On 1 January 2007 Faxe municipality, as the result of Kommunalreformen (\"The Municipal Reform\" of 2007), came into existence by merging the three former municipalities of Haslev, Fakse, and Rønnede.Show on map
Vordingborg KommuneVordingborg is a municipality formed in 2007 (Danish, kommune) in Region Sjælland on the southeast coast of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in south Denmark. The municipality includes the island of Masnedø, and covers an area of 621 km². It has a total population of 46,600 (2006). Its second and current mayor Knud Larsen, a member of the agrarian-liberal Venstre was elected in 2013, replacing Henrik Holmer of the Social Democrats. It is named after the town of Vordingborg.Show on map
Lejre KommuneLejre is a town with a population of 2,415 (1 January 2015) in Lejre Municipality (Danish, kommune) on the island of Zealand in east Denmark. It belongs to Region Sjælland (also spelled Zealand) The town's Old Norse name was Hleiðra or Hleiðragarð. The municipality has an area of 240 km² and a total population of ca. 26,989 (2014). Its mayor is Mette Touborg, representing the Socialist Peoples Party. The municipal seat is Kirke Hvalsø.Show on map
Solrød KommuneSolrød is a municipality in Region Sjælland on the east coast of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in east Denmark. The municipality covers an area of 40 km², and has a total population of 21,582 (2014). Its mayor is Niels Hörup, a member of the Venstre (Liberal Party) political party. The municipal seat is Solrød Strand.Show on map
Odsherred KommuneOdsherred municipality is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Odsherred, Region Sjælland in Denmark. It covers an area of 355 km² and a total population of 33,129 (2008) and its seat is the town of Højby.Show on map
Different buildings in Zealand
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St. Catherine's Priory, RoskildeSt. Catherine's Priory, Roskilde, was a priory of Dominican friars located in Roskilde. It was dissolved in the Reformation and a private house built on the site, which in 1699 became the Lutheran Roskilde Adelige Jomfrukloster (now known as Roskilde Kloster), a women's collegiate foundation. The geatest patron of the Dominican friars of Roskilde was the immensely powerful Dowager Duchess Ingeborg (1301-c.1360), mother of King Magnus IV of Sweden and VII of Norway, who made them frequent gifts from at least 1330 onwards and also remembered them in her will.Show on map
Camp RoskildeThe Roskilde Festival is an annual music festival held south of Roskilde in Denmark. It is one of the largest music festivals in Europe and the largest in Northern Europe. It was created in 1971 by two high school students, Mogens Sandfær and Jesper Switzer Møller, and promoter Carl Fischer. In 1972, the festival was taken over by the Roskilde Foundation, which has since run the festival as a non-profit organization for development and support of music, culture and humanism. In 2014, the Roskilde Foundation provided festival participants with the opportunity to nominate and vote upon which organizations should receive funds raised by the festival.Show on map
Roskilde CathedralRoskilde Cathedral (Danish: Roskilde Domkirke), in the city of Roskilde on the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in eastern Denmark, is a cathedral of the Lutheran Church of Denmark. The first Gothic cathedral to be built of brick, it encouraged the spread of the Brick Gothic style throughout Northern Europe. Constructed during the 12th and 13th centuries, the cathedral incorporates both Gothic and Romanesque architectural features in its design. Until the 20th century, it was Zealand's only cathedral. Its twin spires dominate the skyline of the town.Show on map
TrælleborgThe Trelleborg (or Trælleborg) west of Slagelse on the Danish island of Zealand, is one of seven Viking ring castles discovered as of 2014. In its day, the fortress was situated on a peninsula that jutted into the swampy area between two rivers. The swamp was connected to the Great Belt by a lake that at its time could be navigated by Viking ships. Trelleborg is believed to have been ordered by King Harald Bluetooth in the year 980 AD and it might have commanded the Great Belt and its sea traffic, between the islands of Zealand and Funen.Show on map
HolmegårdUntil January 1, 2007, Holmegaard was a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Storstrøm County in the southern part of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in south Denmark. The municipality covered an area of 66 km², and had a total population of 7,442 (2005). Its last mayor was Søren Dysted, a member of the Social Democrats political party. The main town and the site of its municipal council was the town of Fensmark.Show on map
DragsholmUntil January 1, 2007, Dragsholm municipality was a municipality (Danish, kommune) in West Zealand County on the northwest coast of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in Denmark, in a region known as Lammefjord, named after the inlet to the east of the municipality . The municipality covered an area of 152 km², and had a total population of 13,820 (2005). Its last mayor was Finn Madsen, a member of the Social Democrats political party.Show on map
HerlufsholmHerlufsholm School and Estate (Danish: Herlufsholm Skole og Gods) is a private day and boarding school by the River Suså in Næstved, about 80 kilometers south of Copenhagen. Herlufsholm was founded in 1565 as a boarding school for \"sons of noble and other honest men\" by Birgitte Gøye and her husband Herluf Trolle on the site of a former Benedictine monastery from the 12th century.Show on map
Roskilde SygehusRoskilde Sygehus (Roskilde Hospital) is the main hospital in Roskilde on the Danish island of Zealand. Founded in 1855, it currently (2014) has 437 beds for in-patients and several specialist wards. The hospital has been continuously modernized and expanded over the years. Recently physics facilities have been established in medical and hematological outpatient units, while in 2010 the cardiology laboratory was expanded for CAG/PCI. In addition, in 2011 a haematological and a urological ward were modernized and re-equipped. The hospital works in conjunction with Roskilde University in biomedical research, health services research, research assignments, direct research and pharmaceutical biology. It is also involved in scientific co-operation with the Risø Research Centre.Show on map
Jungshoved KirkeJungshoved Church is a Danish romanesque church situated on the Jungshoved peninsula, nearby the banks of Stavreby cove, on the place where Jungshoved castle lay in former times. The oldest part of the church is built in the years 1225-1250 in late romanesque style, while the last part of the church is built in the 1500 century in late gothic style.Show on map
AntvorskovAntvorskov was the principal Scandinavian monastery of the Roman Catholic Order of Saint John of Jerusalem, located about one kilometer south of the town of Slagelse on Zealand, Denmark. It served as the Scandinavian headquarters of the Order, known also as \"the Hospitallers\", and the prior of Antvorskov reported directly to the great officer of the Order in Germany, the Grand Master of the Order on Rhodes (and, later, on Malta), and the pope. As a result, Antvorskov was one of the most important monastic houses in Denmark. Before the Reformation, its prior often served as a member of the Council of State (Danish:rigsråd) as well.Show on map
Roskilde AirportRoskilde Airport (IATA: RKE, ICAO: EKRK), officially known as Copenhagen Airport, Roskilde (Danish: Københavns Lufthavn, Roskilde), is located 4 nautical miles (7 km) southeast of Roskilde near the town Tune. It was opened in 1973 as the first of three planned relief airports around Copenhagen. These plans were shelved shortly after, and the two other relief airports never made it past the planning stage. The airport is owned and operated by Københavns Lufthavne A/S (Copenhagen Airports) which also operates Copenhagen's major airport at Kastrup. The airport had 25,053 passengers in 2003.Show on map
GisselfeldGisselfeld, a former monastery, is Denmark's fifth-largest estate. Located between Haslev and Næstved, it extends into several municipalities but the main building is located in Braaby Parish in Faxe Municipality. The estate measures 3,850 hectares, including Hesede, Edelesminde, Brødebæk and Gødstrupgård, of which 2,400 hectares is forest. The three-storeyed Renaissance-style building has stepped gables, loopholes and a projecting tower over the main gate. The grounds include a moat, a well-kept park, lake, waterfall, gardens, greenhouse, and a fountain.Show on map
Fanefjord KirkeFanefjord Church, is a church on the Danish island of Møn. It is located in an open setting overlooking the Baltic Sea inlet of Fanefjord between Store Damme and Hårbølle. Standing majestically on the top of a small hill, the church's red-tiled roof and whitewashed walls can be seen from considerable distances, whatever the direction. The interior is of particular historical interest, in view of the many frescos dating back to the 13th and 16th centuries and Fanefjord Church is considered the most famous attraction on Møn.Show on map
KnuthenborgKnuthenborg is a manor house located 6 km (3.7 mi) north of Maribo on the Danish island of Lolland. Originally known as Årsmarke, it was first mentioned in 1372. Today's building was completed in 1866 to a design by Henrik Steffens Sibbern. The medieval manor of Årsmarke, with its more than 300 years of history, was once Denmark's largest private estate; it is now part of Knuthenborg Safaripark. The exotic shrubs and trees planted during the era of the Counts of Knuthenborg are situated on the grounds.Show on map
LerchenborgLerchenborg is a manor house located 4 km south of Kalundborg on the west coast of Zealand, Denmark. It is the clubhouse for the Royal Tarok Club (DKT); the owner, a Tarok player himself, chairs the club, which was founded in 2008. The DKT is noted for occasional sightings of minor Danish celebrities, such as members of the Wedell noble family; Nils Foss, a film director; the owners of the Asbæk art gallery; Ole Mathiesen, watchmaker; and, most famously, HRH Henrik, Prince Consort of Denmark.Show on map
LiselundLiselund is an 18th-century aesthetically landscaped park, complete with several exotic buildings and monuments. Located close to Møns Klint on the north-eastern corner of the Danish island of Møn, it is deemed to be one of the finest examples in Scandinavia of Romantic English gardening. The park was created in the 1790s by French nobleman Antoine de Bosc de la Calmette for his wife Elisabeth, commonly known as Lisa. Liselund, roughly translated, means Lise's grove.Show on map
ÅlholmAalholm, also Aalholm Castle (Danish: Aalholm Slot), is a castle and country estate in Nysted in the municipality of Guldborgsund, on the south coast of the island of Lolland, Denmark. It is the oldest castle on the island, first mentioned in the 1329. The main building was built in 1300–1585, with major rebuilding especially in 1768 and in 1889 under Hans Jørgen Holm and Gotfred Tvede. Inscriptions in the building show that it was originally completed in 1585.Show on map
Jomfruens EgedeJomfruens Egede is a manor house located three kilometres north-west of Faxe, a small town some 40 km south of Copenhagen, Denmark. It owes its current appearance to Sophie Amalie Moth who in the late 18th century altered it with the assistance of Caspar Frederik Harsdorff and Joseph Christian Lillie. The National Museum of Denmark has described it as possibly the finest example from the period.Show on map
Roskilde Train StationRoskilde Station is the principal railway station serving the city of Roskilde, Denmark, situated on the Danish Main Line between Copenhagen and Jutland. The station is also a terminus for the Lille Syd Line which connects Roskilde to Næstved by way of Køge, and the Nordvest Line to Kalundborg. Completed in 1847, it is the oldest railway station in Denmark still in use. It was listed in 1964.Show on map
RønnebæksholmRønnebæksholm is a former manor house located just outside Næstved in south-eastern Denmark. The estate covers 230.5 hectares of land. It was acquired by Næstved Municipality in 1998 and is now run as a cultural centre, hosting a wide range of cultural events, both indoor and outdoor, including art exhibitions, concerts, talks and theatrical performances.Show on map
OrupgårdOrupgaard is a manor house located 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) east of Nykøbing and 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) north of Idestrup on the Danish island of Falster. With a history dating from the 13th century, Orupgaard today manages over 1,200 hectares (3,000 acres) of farmland and forest as well as an equestrian facility at Brændte Ege Avlsgaard.Show on map
VedbygårdVedbygård is a former manor houses located within the village of Ruds Vedby, 7 kilometres north-east of Høng, Sorø Municipality, Denmark. The oldest parts of the house date from the 15th century and are in the Late Gothic style. It now serves as a recovery home affiliated with the Diakonissestiftelse in Copenhagen.Show on map
Pederstrup AvlsgårdPederstrup is a historic manor house located 12 km (7.5 mi) north of Nakskov on the Danish island of Lolland. The half-timbered building from 1686 was rebuilt from 1813 to 1822 in the Neoclassical style by the statesman Christian Ditlev Frederik Reventlow. Since 1940, it has housed the Reventlow Museum.Show on map
KongsdalKongsdal (previously, Tygestrup) is an old manor house in Holbæk Municipality, Denmark. The three-winged main building from the 1590s is listed.Show on map
LedreborgLedreborg is a palatial mansion near Lejre, 12 km (7.5 mi) to the southwest of Roskilde on the Danish island of Zealand. Today's Baroque building was completed in 1746 by Minister of State Johan Ludvig Holstein (1694–1763) who commissioned J.C. Krieger to carry out the work.Show on map
GjorslevGjorslev is a cruciform medieval castle located 17 km south-east of Køge, on the island of Zealand, in Denmark. Originally owned by the Bishop of Roskilde, it is considered one of the most well-preserved examples of Gothic secular architecture in Denmark.Show on map
ValløVallø Castle (Danish: Vallø Slot) is a manor house located 7 km south of Køge, in Stevns Municipality, on the island of Zealand in Denmark. It now serves as a residence for Vallø stift, a home for unmarried, widowed and divorced women of noble descent.Show on map
RisbyholmRisbyholm is a manor house located in Roskilde Municipality, near Havdrup, some 30 km southwest of Copenhagen, Denmark. The estate covers 528 hectares and comprises the farms Solrødgård, Ørnesæde and Klarkærgård.Show on map
VindeholmegårdVindeholme is an early 20th-century mansion overlooking the Baltic Sea in the extreme south-western corner of Lolland, Denmark. It is now rented out as a venue for hunts, weddings and corporate events.Show on map
Nysted HavmølleparkThe Nysted Wind Farm (also known as Rødsand) is a Danish offshore wind farm close to the Rødsand sand bank near Lolland. Gravity base foundations are used rather than piles due to ice conditions.Show on map
BorrebyBorreby Castle (Danish: Borreby Slot) is a fortified manor house located near Skælskør, Slagelse Municipality, in the south-west corner of the island of Zealand, in eastern Denmark.Show on map
Bjernede KirkeBjernede Church is a Medieval round church near Sorø in Denmark. It is one of only eight round churches in Denmark and the only one of its kind on the island of Zealand.Show on map
BregentvedBregentved is a manor house located 3 km east of Haslev on the Danish island of Zealand. It has been owned by the Moltke family since the middle of the 18th century.Show on map
Lolland Falster AirportLolland Falster Airport, also known as Maribo Airport, is an airport between the towns of Holeby and Rødby south of Maribo on the island of Lolland in Denmark.Show on map
NysøNysø Manor, located near Præstø in the southeast of the Danish island of Sealand, was built in 1673 for Jens Lauridsen, a local functionary.Show on map
RudbjerggårdRudbjerggaard, situated 7 km south of Nakskov, is the only half-timbered manor house on the island of Lolland in south-eastern Denmark.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Zealand
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FladsåFladså was a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Storstrøm County in south Denmark. The municipality covered an area of 133 km², and had a total population of 7,581 (2005). Its last mayor was Hans R. Hansen, a member of the Venstre (Liberal Party) political party. The seat of its municipal council was at Mogenstrup.Show on map
GrønsundGrønsund is a strait in Denmark separating the island Falster from the islands Møn and Bogø. Grønsund's maximum depth is at approx. 20 metres and the width is between 1 - 4 km. Storstrømmen channel is situated to the west and Stege Bugt lies to the north between Zealand and Møn. A ferry crosses the channel in the summertime from Stubbekøbing to Bogø island. Grønsund has several shallow areas, i.e. near Bogø, and has a strong and alternating current. Both submersed and riparian vegetation is rich, and the sound is an important breeding area for wildlife and fish. Many shore birds, including cormorants, mute swans, greylag geese, pintails, shovelers, eiders, avocets, several species of waders, as well as gulls and terns are breeding in the area. The porpoise lives in the area.Show on map
StorstrømmenStorstrømmen (lit. The Great Stream) is a strait in Denmark separating the island Falster from the island Zealand. Its maximum depth is approximately 36 metres and the length is around 10 km. Smålandsfarvandet sound is situated to the west and Grønsund lies to the east. Storstrøm Bridge crosses Storstrømmen between the islands of Falster and Masnedø. The southernmost of the Farø Bridges crosses Storstrømmen between Falster and Farø.Show on map
TissøTissø is the 4th largest freshwater lake in Denmark, at 12.3 km2. It is located on the western part of Zealand, in the municipality of Kalundborg. There are several small towns and villages near the lake, of which Sæby is the biggest at 343 citizens (2013).Show on map
Nakskov FjordNakskov Fjord is an inlet in the west of the island of Lolland, Denmark. It is about 12 km (7.5 mi) long. There are about 10 small islands located in the fjord. The largest town in the area is Nakskov. The place is also a designated bird sanctuary.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Zealand
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SprogøSprogø is a small, protected Danish island, which is located in the Great Belt, the strait that separates the main islands of Funen and Zealand. It lies about halfway across the strait, 6.7 kilometres (4.2 miles) from the Zealand shore and 8 kilometres (5 miles) from the Funen shore. Although sprog is modern Danish for speech, the island's name was originally recorded in the 12th century as Sproøe meaning scout's island, from the old Danish verb spro (to scout).Show on map
NyordNyord is a Danish island in the Baltic Sea, southeast of Zealand, just north of Møn island. Nyord covers an area of approximately 5 km², although only 1.2 km² is cultivatable moraine, while the remaining 4 km² is salt-meadow which is used for summer grazing, but is flooded during the winter. The island is reached by a narrow bridge from the larger island of Møn. The bridge was constructed in 1968 and replaced the post boat Røret which had been in service since 1902. The boat was not large enough for animals such as cattle or horses, which had to swim alongside the boat. \n* \n* Nyord church \n*Show on map
Trundholm MoseTrundholm municipality was a municipality (Danish, kommune) in West Zealand County on the northwest coast of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in Denmark, in a region or landscape known as Odsherred. The municipality covered an area of 163 km², and had a total population of 11,309 (2005). Its last mayor was Hans Møller Olsen, a member of the Venstre (Liberal Party) political party. The main town and the site of its municipal council was the town of Højby.Show on map
MasnedøMasnedø is a Danish island between Zealand and Falster. The island covers an area of 1.68 km² and has 156 inhabitants.Show on map
Sjællands OddeSjællands Odde is a 15 km long peninsula on the northwest coast of Zealand between the Kattegat and Sejerø Bay. From the outermost point of the peninsula, Gniben, a reef juts some 10 km out into the Kattegat. In the Stone Age Sjaellands Odde was a series of islands, but deposits over thousands of years have made it part of Zealand.Show on map
BogøBogø is a Danish island in the Baltic Sea, just west of Møn. The population is 1,108 (1 January 2013) with 870 living in the only town on the island, Bogø By. The island is approximately 7 km long by 3 km wide at the largest points, with a total area of 13 km². Maximum height above sea level is 32 metres. The island was for a long time part of the crown estates. In 1769 it was offered for sale, and purchased by the islanders for 18,456 rigsdaler. To pay for this, the islanders cut down much of the forest then growing on the island.Show on map
LammefjordThe Lammefjord is a former body of water in Denmark at the base of the Odsherred peninsula. Previously a deeply branched arm of the sea leading west from the Isefjord, most of it is now reclaimed as agricultural land. The eastern third, outside the dyke at Avdebo, is still sea, but the name Lammefjorden now usually refers only to the dry part west of the dyke. The sandy former sea bed is excellent agricultural land, especially for crops such as carrots and potatoes.Show on map
ElleoreThe Kingdom of Elleore is a micronation located on the island of Elleore in the Roskilde Fjord, north of Roskilde on the Danish island of Zealand.Show on map
BramsnæsUntil January 1, 2007, Bramsnæs was a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Roskilde County on the island of Zealand in east Denmark. The municipality, lying between Roskilde Fjord and Isefjord, covered an area of 80 km², and had a total population of 9,391 (2005). Its last mayor was Flemming Jensen, a member of the Venstre (Liberal Party) political party. The main town and the site of its municipal council was the town of Kirke Hyllinge. To the east is Roskilde Fjord and to the west is Isefjord. Danish-American Islam scholar Patricia Crone (b. 1945) is a native of Kyndeløse Sydmark, Rye Parish.Show on map
FalsterFalster is an island in south-eastern Denmark with an area of 486.2 km2 (187.7 sq mi) and 43,398 inhabitants as of 1 January 2010. Located in the Baltic sea, it is part of Region Sjælland (County of Zealand) and is administered by Guldborgsund Municipality. Falster includes Denmark's southernmost point, Gedser Odde, near Gedser. The largest town is Nykøbing Falster with over 40% of the island's inhabitants. Other towns include Stubbekøbing, Nørre Alslev and Gedser.Show on map
Møns KlintMøns Klint (English: the Cliffs of Møn) are a 6 km stretch of chalk cliffs along the eastern coast of the Danish island of Møn in the Baltic Sea. Some of the cliffs fall a sheer 120 m to the sea below. The area around Møns Klint consists of woodlands, pastures, ponds and steep hills, including Aborrebjerg which, with a height of 143 m, is one of the highest points in Denmark. The cliffs and adjacent park are now protected as a nature reserve. Møns Klint receives around 250,000 visitors a year. There are clearly marked paths for walkers, riders and cyclists. The path along the cliff tops leads to steps down to the shore in several locations.Show on map
HashøjUntil January 1, 2007 Hashøj municipality was a municipality (Danish, kommune) in West Zealand County near the west coast of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in Denmark. The municipality covered an area of 131 km², and had a total population of 6,632 (2005). Its last mayor was Troels Christensen, a member of the Venstre (Liberal Party) political party. The main town and the site of its municipal council was the town of Dalmose. The municipality was named after the hill Hashøjen near the town of Slots Bjergby.Show on map
RisøRisø DTU National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy (Danish: Risø DTU Nationallaboratoriet for Bæredygtig Energi) was a scientific research organization north of Roskilde, Denmark. The Risø DTU organisation was founded in 1956 and dissolved on 1 January 2012. The location is now known as DTU Risø Campus and the building are home to a number of institutes under the Technical University of Denmark (DTU). Risø covers an area of more than 2.6 square kilometres.Show on map
Gyldenløves HøjGyldenløves Høj is the highest point on Sjælland, 125.5 m above mean sea level. It is located in the Bidstrup forests in the parish of Jystrup between Ringsted og Hvalsø. Gyldenløves Høj is named after Ulrik Gyldenløve, half-brother of Christian V and owner of the nearby Skjoldenæsholm. In the late 17th century he raised an artificial hill on the original hilltop. Without this Gyldenløves Høj would be only 121.3 m above mean sea level placing it below Kobanke at Rønnede. During World War II the allies airdropped weapons for the resistance movement at the hill.Show on map
LilleøLilleø is an island located off the coast of Lolland, Denmark. Since the 1930s, a number of farms growing fruit have been located on the island. It has a unique microclimate giving the fruit a taste which has been described as \"intense\". The island's name literally means \"little island\" in Danish. It has an area of 0.86 km2. It is connected to the neighbouring island of Askø by a 700 m long dam, which was constructed in 1914. The main ferry connections to other parts of Denmark are from Askø itself.Show on map
OrøOrø is a small island in Denmark located in the Isefjord. It covers 14 km2 (3,500 acres) and has a population of 846 (as of 1 January 2013). Administratively the island belongs to Holbæk Municipality. There are four villages on Orø: Bybjerg, the largest village on the island with a population of 248 (1 January 2013), Brønde, Gamløse and Næsby. It is a popular vacation area with some 1,200 summer houses. There is a ferry connection between Orø and Holbæk, and a cable ferry connects the island to Hammer Bakke (Hammer Hill) on the Hornsherred peninsula.Show on map
OmøOmø is a Danish island in the Great Belt. The island covers an area of 4.52 km2 (1.75 sq mi), with a 12-kilometre (7-mile) coastline, and has 168 inhabitants, of which the majority inhabit Omø village, which has a church, and Kirkehavn, a small harbour with a ferry boat berth, along with a newly built marina, made for the purpose of promoting fishery, which, along with agriculture, conforms the island's main economic activity. Some of the island's natural features are its lake and its bog; also, it is characterized for its varied bird life.Show on map
FejøFejø is a Danish island north of Lolland. It covers an area of 16 km2 (6.2 sq mi) and has 611 permanent inhabitants (1 January 2005). Its population expands in Summer since many Danes have summerhouses and there is an influx of other tourists. Fejø has two villages: Vesterby and Østerby, connected by a single main road. Fejø has two main harbors, Vesterbyhavn and Dybvighavn. The island has a cafe, restaurant, shop, retirement home, church, primary school, mill and a resident doctor. It has a windmill which was restored and started grinding corn for the first time in decades in June 2013.Show on map
MønMøn is an island in south-eastern Denmark. Until 1 January 2007, it was a municipality in its own right but it is now part of the municipality of Vordingborg, after merging with the former municipalities of Langebæk, Præstø, and Vordingborg. This has created a municipality with an area of 615 km2 (237 sq mi) and a total population of 46,307 (2005). It belongs to the Region Sjælland (\"Zealand Region\"). Møn is one of Denmark's most popular destinations for tourists with its white chalk cliffs, countryside, sandy beaches and the market town of Stege.Show on map
EnøEnø is a small Danish island off the west coast of Zealand between Karrebæk Fjord and Karrebæksminde Bugt. With an area of 3.4 km2, as of 1 January 2010 it has a population of 297. It is some 5 km long and up to 11 metres above sea level. Now part of Næstved Municipality, it is connected to Karrebæksminde, Zealand, by a road bridge. There are about 1,000 summerhouses and a holiday centre at Enø By on the northern part of the island. EnøOverdrev in the southern part is a nature reserve and bird sanctuary.Show on map
GlænøGlænø is a small Danish island off the west coast of Zealand between Basnæs Nor and Karrebæksminde Bugt. With an area of 5.6 km2, as of 1 January 2010 it has a population of 57. Now part of Slagelse Municipality, it is connected to Stubberup, Zealand, by road over a dam some 100 meters long. Agriculture is the island's main source of income and there are several farms at the centre of the island. Glænø has a sandy beach, a bird sanctuary and offers opportunities for walking and angling.Show on map
FarøFarø is an island in Denmark, located between the islands Sjælland and Falster. It has an area of 0.93 km² and has a population of four people (2006). Administratively it is part of Vordingborg Municipality. The island had five inhabitants in 2016. The Farø Bridges (Farøbroerne) connect Sjælland with Falster via Farø, on the European Routes E47 and E55 combined. Junction 42 of E55 is located on the western side of Farø. The island is connected by causeway with the islands of Bogø and Møn by route 287 Grønsundvej.Show on map
TaroTærø is a small Danish island in the Ulvsund Strait between Zealand and Møn, not far from Bogø and the Farø Bridges. Located in Vordingborg Municipality, the island has an area of 173 hectares (430 acres). As of January 2010 there was only one inhabitant registered on the island. The island is formed by two glacial moraine hills surrounded by coastal meadows and small headlands. Access to the island is from the harbour at Petersværft on Zealand.Show on map
AskøAskø is a Danish island north of Lolland. It covers an area of 2.82 km² and has 55 inhabitants (as of 1 January 2005). In 1954, there were 170 inhabitants and one vehicle. In 2014 energy company SEAS-NVE discovered a Neolithic boat in a submerged settlement as it replaced sea cables by Askø Island. The boat had split and sealing mass consisting of a strip of bark and resin was found in the hole.Show on map
SejerøSejerø is a Danish island in the Kattegat sea, north-west of Zealand.Sejerø with its 400 inhabitants is part of Kalundborg Municipality and covers an area of 12.36 square kilometres (4.77 square miles). The largest village on Sejerø is Sejerby, housing half of the island's population. South-east of Sejerø is the smaller island of Nekselø, also in the Bay of Sejerø.Show on map
GavnøGavnø is a small Danish island off the west coast of Zealand in Næstved Municipality. Located some 6 km south-west of Næstved, it has an area of 5.6 km2, and, as of 1 January 2010, it has a population of 57. Gavnø is now associated mainly with Gavnø Castle, an impressive Rococo building with an attractive park.Show on map
StevnsStevns Peninsula is a peninsula on Sjælland in Denmark. It is separated from Sjælland by the three streams Stevns Å, Tryggevælde Å and Kildeå. The main town of the peninsula is Store Heddinge, and most of the peninsula is covered by the Stevns Municipality. Stevns is best known for Stevns Klint.Show on map
LollandLolland (Danish pronunciation: [ˈlʌˌlanˀ]; formerly spelled Laaland, literally \"low land\") is the fourth largest island of Denmark, with an area of 1,243 km2 (480 sq mi). Located in the Baltic sea, it is part of Region Sjælland (Region Zealand). As of 1 January 2013, it has 62,578 inhabitants.Show on map
NekseløNekselø is a small Danish island in the Kattegat off the west coast of Zealand in the Bay of Sejrø. Nekselø has an area of 2.2 km2 and is part of Kalundborg Municipality. As of 1 January 2010, it has a population of 20.Show on map
VejrøVejrø is a Danish island north of Lolland. It covers an area of 1.57 square kilometres (0.61 square miles) and has two inhabitants (as of 2005). The island is private property; for tourists, it offers a marina, an airfield, and some cottages for rent.Show on map
UlvshaleUlvshale is a peninsula and small summer house locality in the north-western corner of the Danish island of Møn. Its long sandy beach and natural forest attract tourists, particularly in the summer months.Show on map
Klekkende HøjKlekkende Høj is a megalithic tomb on the island of Møn in Denmark. It takes its name from its location near the village of Klekkende. Høj, from the Old Norse word haugr (Swedish \"hög\"), means hill, mound or barrow.Show on map
AgersøAgersø is a Danish island in the Great Belt close to Zealand. The island covers an area of 6.84 km² and has 174 inhabitants (2016).Show on map
FemøFemø is a Danish island north of Lolland. The island covers an area of 11.38 km². Femø has 154 inhabitants (1 January 2005).Show on map
LangøLangø is an island in Denmark. It is situated in the Ulvsund between Sjælland und MønShow on map