Odense
Odense ([ˈoðˀn̩sə]) is the third largest city in Denmark.It has a population of 172,512 as of January 2014, and is the main city of the island of Funen. By road, Odense is located 45 kilometres (28&#...
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Odense station
Odense Station (Danish: Odense Banegård Center) is the main railway station serving the city of Odense, Denmark. Situated as a major station on the Copenhagen–Fredericia/Taulov line, it is also th...
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Arena Fyn
Arena Fyn (officially: Stadium Arena Fyn) is a sports and concert arena in the southeastern part of the Danish city of Odense. It has an area of 8,500 square metres (91,000 sq ft) and can ac...
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Saint Hans Church
Saint Hans Church, also St John's Church, is a church in Odense, Denmark. First mentioned in 1295, it was built by the Knights Hospitaller, also known as the Order of Saint John. Not much of the origi...
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Niels Helveg Petersen
Niels Lolk Helveg Petersen ([ˈnels ˈlʌlˀɡ ˈhɛlveːˀ ˈpeːˀdɐsn̩]; informally Niels Helveg, born 17 January 1939 in Odense) is a Danish politician. He was Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1993 to 2000, h...
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Patrik Wozniacki
Patrik Wozniacki (born July 24, 1986) is a Danish professional footballer currently playing at BSV. He is the older brother of female tennis star Caroline Wozniacki.Wozniacki is the son of Polish Roma...
Provincial Archives of Funen
The Provincial Archives of Funen (Danish: Landsarkivet for Fyn ) is part of the Danish State Archives, and is a culture institution under the Danish Ministry of Culture. It is located in Odense, i...
Vollsmose
Vollsmose, also called "Firkanten", is a suburb of Odense, the third largest city in Denmark, approximately three km North-East of central Odense towards Odense Fjord. The area has around 9,000 inhabi...
Jensen's Bøfhus
Jensen's Bøfhus is a Danish steakhouse chain with 43 restaurants all together; 33 in Denmark, eight in Sweden and one in Germany and Norway.It started in the year of 1984 when Palle Skov Jensen opened...
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Dyrup
Dyrup is a community and leafy suburb of Odense SW, Denmark, along the green Odense River valley.Before the 1950s, Dyrup had approximately 700 inhabitants, was mostly rural and part of Sanderum munic...
2. Dragonregiment
The 2nd Dragoon Regiment (Danish: 2. Dragonregiment) was a dragoon regiment of the Royal Danish Army, active from 1683 to 1910.
The regiment was established in 1683 as Løvendahls Dragoneskadro...
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Thomas Helveg
Thomas Lund Helveg (born 24 June 1971) is a former Danish professional footballer who played as a defender for Odense Boldklub in the Danish Superliga, with whom he won the 1989 Danish championship. T...
St. Canute's Cathedral
St. Canute's Cathedral (Danish: Odense Domkirke or Sct. Knuds Kirke), also known as Odense Cathedral, is named after the Danish king Canute the Saint (Danish: Knud den Hellige), otherwise Canu...
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Richard Møller Nielsen
Richard Møller Nielsen (19 August 1937 – 13 February 2014), nicknamed Ricardo, was a Danish football player and manager. His greatest triumph came when he coached the Danish national football team tha...
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H.C. Andersen Marathon
The H. C. Andersen Marathon is a marathon in Odense, Denmark, which was established in 2000. From 2006 onwards, the event has included a half marathon for women, and from 2009 onwards a half marathon ...
St. Alban's Church, Odense
St. Alban's Church (Danish: Sankt Albani Kirke) is the Roman Catholic parish church of Odense, Denmark. It should not be confused with the medieval church of St. Alban's Priory where King Canute ...
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Boldklubben 1909
Boldklubben 1909, known as B 1909, is a Danish association football club currently playing in the Denmark Series Pool 2. They play at Gillested Park in Odense on Funen, which has a capacity of 6,000. ...
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Odense Teater
Odense Teater is a theater in the city of Odense in Denmark. It can be dated back to 1796 and is therefore Denmark's second oldest theater. It is one of the country's three main theaters. The theater ...
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