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20 Largest Cities in Denmark
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Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark. Considered to be one of the most beautiful European capitals to visit. Many attractions for all tastes: Nyhavn, Tivoli Gardens, The Round Tower, Stroget...
Aarhus is an educational and shipping center. The major city of Jutland. Lively city with a beautiful open air Museum 'The Old Town (Den Gamle By)'.
Largest city on Fyn. The childhood home of the world famous fairy tale writer Hans Christian Andersen.
North eastern Jutland. With one of the most famous streets in Denmark 'Jomfru Ana Gade'. Close to the impressive Viking Age burial ground 'Lindholm Hoje Museum'.
West coast of Jutland. Close to many outdoor attractions. Beaches, ferries to many popular destinations.
Central Jutland. Often overlooked by tourists. Several worthwhile attractions: 'Randers Rain Forest' (northern Europe's largest artificial Rain Forest).
South Eastern Jutland. Interesting city. Koldinghus Castle dominates the downtown region. Trapholt Art Museum (modern Danish furniture).
Good central location on Jutland for day trips. Many natural wonders in the area. State Prison Museum (Horsens Statsfængsel).
Eastern Jutland. Very close to Jelling which has the Jelling Rune Stones. Close to Legoland (Billund).
Western Zealand. Very impressive Viking Ship Museum and Roskilde Cathedral.
Conference center in central Jutland. Many music concerts and cultural events.
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North of Copenhagen. Home of Krongborg Castle (the setting of Shakespear's 'Hamlet').
Beautiful natural surroundings. Home of Tollund Man (a Pre-Roman Iron Age man discovered in the bogs around Silkeborg).
South Eastern Zealand. Popular amusement park 'Bonbon Land'.
South Eastern Jutland. Many outdoor attractions. Important historical city.
Just North of Copenhagen. Impressive manor home and church (Horsholm Slotshave).
Pretty town with lots of character. Southeast Zealand. Close to many quality beaches.
Central Jutland. Once a very important Danish town. Very impressive Viborg Cathedral (Viborg Domkirke).
Northeast Jutland. Quiet, sleepy town with close access to many outdoor activities.
Just outside of Copenhagen. Good proximity to the capital, and the numerous attractions north of Copenhagen.