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Taastrup
Taastrup
is a Danish railway town or/and suburb of Copenhagen
Copenhagen
- 15 km west of the capital, and formerly the administrative seat of Høje- Taastrup
Taastrup
Municipality, Region Hovedstaden. It takes its name from the village of Taastrup
Taastrup
Valby, which also gave its name to the station established in 1859, from which the town grew. The population on 1 January 2014 was 33,121.[1] It forms a twin (sub)urban area with neighbouring suburb Høje Taastrup
Høje Taastrup
since the 1980s, that has engulfed the villages of Taastrup
Taastrup
Valby, Høje Taastrup, Kragehave and Klovtofte. This area has almost grown together with the town of Hedehusene.

Contents

1 Geography 2 Twinned cities 3 See also 4 References 5 External links

Geography[edit] The town is halfway between Metropolitan Copenhagen
Copenhagen
and Roskilde, close to the suburbs and municipalities of Albertslund
Albertslund
and Ishøj. Twinned cities[edit]

Oldenburg
Oldenburg
- Germany[citation needed] Spotorno
Spotorno
- italy[citation needed]

See also[edit]

Høje- Taastrup
Taastrup
Municipality Høje- Taastrup
Taastrup
Station Taastrup
Taastrup
Station Taastrup
Taastrup
Water Tower Treaty of Taastrup Danish Technological Institute

References[edit]

^ BEF44: Population 1.January by urban areas database from Statistics Denmark

External links[edit] Media related to Taastrup
Taastrup
at Wikimedia Commons

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Municipal seats of Denmark

Capital Region

Albertslund Ballerup Brøndbyvester Buddinge Charlottenlund Copenhagen Dragør
Dragør
and Store Magleby Frederiksberg Frederikssund Frederiksværk Glostrup Helsinge Helsingør Herlev Hillerød Holte Hørsholm Hvidovre Ishøj Kokkedal Kongens Lyngby Lillerød Rønne Rødovre Stenløse Taastrup Tårnby Værløse Vallensbæk

Central Denmark
Denmark
Region

Aarhus Grenå Herning Hadsten, Hinnerup, Hammel
Hammel
and Hvorslev Hedensted Holstebro Horsens Ikast Lemvig Odder Randers Ringkøbing
Ringkøbing
and Skjern Rønde Silkeborg Skanderborg Skive Struer Tranebjerg Viborg

North Denmark
Denmark
Region

Aabybro Aalborg Aars Brønderslev Byrum Frederikshavn Hjørring Hobro
Hobro
and Hadsund Nykøbing Mors Støvring Thisted

Region Zealand

Greve Strand Haslev Højby Holbæk Hvalsø Kalundborg Køge Maribo Næstved Nykøbing Falster Ringsted Roskilde Slagelse Solrød Strand Sorø Store Heddinge Vordingborg

South Denmark
Denmark
Region

Aabenraa Assens Bogense Esbjerg Fredericia Grindsted Haderslev Kerteminde Kolding Marstal Middelfart Nyborg Nordby Odense Ringe Rudkøbing Svendborg Sønderborg Tønder Varde Vejen Vejle

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30 most populous urban areas of Denmark

as of 1 January 2016, according to Statistics Denmark, see table BEF44 at statbank.dk.

1. Copenhagen 1,280,371

2. Aarhus 264,716

3. Odense 175,245

4. Aalborg 112,194

5. Esbjerg 72,151

6. Randers 62,342

7. Kolding 59,712

8. Horsens 57,517

9. Vejle 54,862

10. Roskilde 50,046

11. Herning 48,531

12. Hørsholm 47,000

13. Helsingør 46,829

14. Silkeborg 43,885

15. Næstved 42,979

16. Fredericia 40,248

17. Viborg 39,856

18. Køge 36,831

19. Holstebro 35,392

20. Taastrup 33,971

21. Slagelse 33,000

22. Hillerød 31,897

23. Sønderborg 27,595

24. Holbæk 27,579

25. Svendborg 27,074

26. Hjørring 25,626

27. Frederikshavn 23,402

28. Nørresundby 22,478

29. Ringsted 22,231

30. Haderslev 21,994

Note: The population figure for metropolitan Copenhagen
Copenhagen
includes Frederiksberg, Albertslund, Brøndby, Gentofte, Gladsaxe, Glostrup, Herlev, Hvidovre, Lyngby-Taarbæk, Rødovre, Tårnby
Tårnby
and Vallensbæk municipalities; parts of Ballerup, Rudersdal and Furesø; Ishøj
Ishøj
and Greve Strand.

Coordinates: 55°39′N 12°18′E / 55.650°N 12.300°E / 55

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