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Copenhagen
   was ridden by   
Wellington
Denmark
   has the capital   
Copenhagen
Copenhagen was founded by Bishop Absalon (1128-1201), who was at that time the counsellor for King Valdemar I (1131-1182 - Ruled Denmark 1154–57 as Valdemar the Great). The capital was hit by the bubonic plague in 1711, nearly one-third of the population had died from this highly infectious disease.
1441
      
Treaty of Copenhagen
Christopher of Bavaria crushed a great peasant rebellion in Northern Jutland; Baltic Sea is opened to Dutch traders.
1660
      
Treaty of Copenhagen
Restores Trondheim to Norway and Bornholm to Denmark.
Copenhagen
   is at   
55°43'N 12°34'E
Denmark
Tivoli Concert Hall
   is in   
Copenhagen
Hans Christian Andersen
   is buried in   
Assistens Cemetery, Copenhagen, Denmark
Writer, d. 1875
David Collection
   is situated in   
Copenhagen, Denmark
Islamic art
Soren Aabye Kierkegaard
   was born in   
Copenhagen, Denmark
1813-1855. Philosopher and religious thinker, is considered one of the founders of existentialism
Copenhagen, Denmark
   has the patron saint   
Lucius I
Pope; d. 254, Rome
Victor Borge
   is buried in   
Western Jewish Cemetery, Copenhagen, Denmark
Pianist, comedian, d. 2000
Copenhagen, Denmark
   is at   
55°41'N 12°34'E






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