Roskilde

(from the article `Roskilde`) Roskilde amtskommune (area 344 square miles [891 square km]) was created in 1970 from the Roskilde county council district of the former Københavns ...
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Roskilde

city, seat of Roskilde amtskommune (county), eastern Zealand (Sjælland), Denmark, at the head of Roskilde Fjord. It is named for its legendary ...
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Roskilde

Roskilde (rôs'kilu) , city (1992 pop. 40,928), capital of Roskilde co., E Denmark, a port on the Roskilde Fjord (an arm of the Isefjord). Manufactures of this industrial city include processed food, liquor, machines, leather goods, and pharmaceuticals. One of the oldest Danish cities, Rosk...
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Roskilde

Roskilde (ˈʁʌskilə) is the main city in Roskilde Municipality. It lies on the island of Zealand, Denmark. The city is ancient, dating from the Viking Age and is a member of the Most Ancient European Towns Network. Roskilde train station is a major stop between Copenhagen and the regions of Denmark located to its west. With a population of 48,7...
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