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An URBAN DISTRICT (Danish : bydel; lit. "city part") is the name used for urban or municipality districts in some of the larger municipalities of Denmark
Denmark
. The term is not strictly defined, but is usually bigger than a quarter or a city block . Administrative districts in the Copenhagen Municipality
Copenhagen Municipality
2007-

DISTRICTS OF COPENHAGEN

Main article: Districts of Copenhagen

There are 10 urban districts in Copenhagen
Copenhagen
, each with a local city council (Danish: lokaludvalg). The districts are Indre By
Indre By
, Vesterbro / Kongens Enghave
Kongens Enghave
, Nørrebro
Nørrebro
, Østerbro
Østerbro
, Amager Øst , Amager Vest , Valby
Valby
, Bispebjerg
Bispebjerg
, Vanløse , and Brønshøj-Husum .

Vesterbro and Kongens Enghave
Kongens Enghave
have separate local councils and Indre By has a local council from Christianshavn
Christianshavn
as well, so there are 12 local city councils.

DISTRICTS OF AAHUS

Aarhus
Aarhus
is divided into several districts and suburbs with its own postal code (Danish: postdistrikter).

Districts (boroughs ) inside the 2nd city beltway:

* Aarhus
Aarhus
C * Aarhus
Aarhus
N * Aarhus
Aarhus
V * Aarhus
Aarhus
S * Åbyhøj * Viby * Brabrand

REFERENCES

* ^ "Kommunestyrelseslovens § 65" (in Danish). Retrieved 2 June 2013. * ^ "Københavns Kommune: Bydele" (in Danish). kk.dk. Retrieved 2 June 2013.

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