See Copenhagen: in November 2009

Copenhagen, Denmark

Copenhagen is the principal seaport, commercial center and capital of Denmark.

Population (1992 estimate) city, 464,566; (1994 estimate) metropolitan area, 1,339,395. -

Industrial establishments of Copenhagen include shipyards; machine shops; plants for the manufacture of engines; chemical works; textile mills; factories for the production of mathematical instruments, watches and clocks, pianos, leather goods, tobacco, and chocolate; sugar refineries; and breweries and distilleries. Copenhagen, long noted internationally for the manufacture of fine porcelain ware, is also famous for the production of handwrought silverware.

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In 1445, king Christian I made Copenhagen the capital of Denmark. In 1479, the University of Copenhagen was founded. During 1658 and 1659 it withstood a severe siege by the Swedes.

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Streets of Copenhagen : Vesterbrogade

Copenhagen was a fishing village until the middle of the 12th century; it grew in importance after coming into the possession of Bishop Absalon, who fortified it in 1167. Because of its harbor, it soon became a place of commercial importance and received municipal rights about the middle of the 13th century. It was repeatedly attacked by towns of the Hanseatic League.

Major cities near Copenhagen:

Oslo Southwest
178 miles
Gothenburg Stockholm Berlin - Up