Department of Computer Science, University of Copenhagen (Danish: Datalogisk Institut, Københavns Universitet), commonly referred to by its acronym DIKU, is an institute of research and education in computer science at the Faculty of Science, Univer…
Articles near the latitude and longitude of Hørsholm
Hørsholm is an affluent city on the Øresund coast approximately 25 km (15.53 mi) north of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Latitude: 55° 52' 51.53" N
Longitude: 12° 30' 4.00" E
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Danshøj station is an S-train station on Vestbanen and Ringbanen in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The Danish Association of Pharmaconomists (Danish: Farmakonomforeningen) is the trade union that represents pharmaconomists (experts in pharmaceuticals) and pharmaconomist students in Denmark (including Greenland and Faroe Islands).
DTU Nanotech before 2008 called MIC•DTU is a research institute of micro- and nanotechnology at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) in Kongens Lyngby, ten kilometers north of Copenhagen. MIC represents a research environment where micro and na…
DTU Fotonik, Department of Photonics Engineering is a department at the Technical University of Denmark. In 2012, about 210 researchers are employed at DTU Fotonik, including about 55 PhD Students. In a typical year, the department educates more tha…
Christian IV's Arsenal (Danish: Christian IV's Tøjhus), is a historic building on Slotsholmen in central Copenhagen, Denmark. It was built by Christian IV of Denmark in 1604 as part of a grand scheme for the construction of a new naval harbour. The …
Charlottenlund station is a station on the Klampenborg radial of the S-train system in Copenhagen, Denmark. It is named after the nearby Charlottenlund Palace, and regularly served by the C-train or F-train.
The Carmelite Priory, Helsingør, or Priory of Our Lady, Helsingør (Vor Frue Kloster) was a house of Carmelite friars in Helsingør, Zealand, Denmark, established in 1430. It is the finest example of a complete monastic complex surviving in Denmark, a…
Brøckhouse was a Danish micro brewery, located in Hillerød that was founded in 1995 by brewer Allan Poulsen.
Borchs Kollegium (original Latin name: Collegium Mediceum) was founded on 29 May 1691. According to the will of the founder, Oluff Borch, it was meant to house "sixteen poor, God-fearing and learned students." It is one of the old dormitories of Uni…
Blåtårn (in English: Blue Tower) was a tower in Copenhagen Castle, the Danish royal family's palace in Copenhagen, Denmark. The tower was used as a dungeon and has been known as such in history.
Bispebjerg station is a station on the S-train ring line in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Bispebjerg Bakke is an apartment complex in the Bispebjerg district of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Ballerup station is a station on the Frederikssund radial of the S-train network in Copenhagen, Denmark. It is in the middle of the suburb of Ballerup.
Allerød station is the railway station in Allerød north of Copenhagen, Denmark. It is served by S-trains on the Hillerød radial.
Folkets park (Danish for "People's park") is a small park in Nørrebro in Copenhagen, situated between Griffenfeldsgade and Stengade.
Østervold Observatory is a former astronomical observatory (IAU code 035) in Copenhagen, Denmark owned and operated by the University of Copenhagen (Københavns Universitet).
Værløse station is a station on the Farum radial of the S-train network in Copenhagen, Denmark.