|Region :||Byen København|
|Office (until the end of 2006) :||København's office|
(until March 1970)
|Office (until 1970) :||København's office|
|Residents :||104,305 (2020)|
|Area :||8.70 km² (2014)|
|Population density :||11,989 inhabitants per km²|
|Municipality number :||147|
( Det Conservative Folk Party )
|Sister cities :||
Frederiksberg Kommune [ fʀɛðəʀegsˈbɛʀʔ ] is a Danish municipality in the greater Copenhagen area on the island of Sjælland , west of central Copenhagen. It includes the city of Frederiksberg and is part of the capital region Hovedstadsområdet . As an enclave, Frederiksberg is completely surrounded by the Copenhagen metropolitan area. Together with the municipalities of Copenhagen and Gentofte , the Frederiksberg municipality forms the capital of Denmark ( “Hovedstaden” ) in the narrower sense.
104,305 (as of January 1, 2020) people live in an area of 8.70 km². This makes Frederiksberg - by population - the fifth largest city in Denmark . Mayor of Frederiksberg is Simon Aggesen (as of 2019); the post has been occupied by the Conservative Party since 1915 .
The municipality has a hospital ( Frederiksberg Hospital , part of Hovedstadens Sygehusfællesskab H: S ) and a fire department ( Frederiksberg Brandvæsen ).
The city coat of arms shows three falcons, this motif was also used to name some buildings.
Frederiksberg was originally located outside the city walls of Copenhagen, west of the Copenhagen Lakes . Frederiksberg has been an enclave since 1901 through the incorporation of several other neighboring communities into the city of Copenhagen .
The Frederiksberg settlement goes to King Friedrich III. back, who on June 2, 1651 gave twenty farmers from the island of Amager, southeast of Copenhagen, permission to settle in Ny Hollænderby (New Dutch Town); Amager had been reclaimed by Dutch farmers.
From 1700 to 1703 Frederick IV had a summer palace built on Valby Bakke (Valby Hill), called Solbjerg . It was inspired by the king's travels in France and Italy. According to him, the received Frederiksberg Castle and the settlement Ny Hollænderby their names to the castle hill.
The city grew rather slowly, around 1800 there were only 1,200 inhabitants. After 1822, when the so-called military demarcation line around Copenhagen was moved and finally lifted, Frederiksberg's real growth began. In 1857 the place was raised to an independent municipality, in 1860 the market rights followed , in 1864 the connection to the railway .
In 1969, the Domus Vista, the tallest house in Denmark and the tallest residential building in Scandinavia, was built in Frederiksberg. It has been the second tallest skyscraper in Denmark since 1976 and the second tallest residential building in Scandinavia since the opening of the Turning Torso .
Parishes in the commune
|3||Saint Lukas Sogn||7,032|
|4th||Saint Thomas Sogn||9,270|
|8th||Sankt Markus Sogn||11,417|
Frederiksberg Slotssogn was spun off from Frederiksberg Sogn from 1982 to 2013.
Development of the population
From 1975 on January 1st.
Frederiksberg is connected to the lines M1 , M2 (Copenhagen Metro) and M3 ( Cityringen ) to the Copenhagen Metro . There are also several stations on the S-tog in Frederiksberg's urban area. Like the whole of Greater Copenhagen, Frederiksberg has an excellent cycle path system; of this testifies u. a. the Grønne Sti .
sons and daughters of the town
- Johan Lorentz Mørch (1783–1834), inspector of Greenland
- Regine Olsen (1822–1904), love of Sören Kierkegaard
- Asger Hamerik (1843–1923), composer and conductor
- Peter Erasmus Lange-Müller (1850–1926), composer
- Conrad Poul Emil Brummerstedt (1857–1939), inspector of Greenland
- Ejnar Hertzsprung (1873–1967), astronomer
- Eiler Theodor Lehn Schiøler (1874–1929), banker
- Johannes Christensen (1889–1957), marathon runner and engineer (from 1914 Johannes Granholm )
- Peter Schindler (1892–1967), Roman Catholic pastor and writer
- Franz Blatt (1903–1979), Middle Latin philologist
- Pauli Jørgensen (1905-1993), football player
- Preben Knuth (1906–1996), painter
- Olaf Ussing (1907–1990), actor
- Kjeld Gustav Knuth-Winterfeldt (1908–1992), Chamberlain and diplomat
- Herbert Krenchel (1922–2014), designer
- Leif Panduro (1923–1977), dentist and writer
- Bent Fabricius-Bjerre (1924–2020), pianist and composer
- John Hansen (1924–1990), football player
- Kristian Jeppesen (1924–2014), archaeologist
- Frank Jæger (1926–1977), writer
- Peter Naur (1928–2016), astronomer and computer scientist
- Torben Ulrich (* 1928), tennis player, musician and author
- Axel Strøbye (1928–2005), actor
- Hanne Smyrner (1934–2016), actress
- Malene Schwartz (* 1936), actress
- Anders Bodelsen (* 1937), writer
- Bo Christensen (1937-2020), film producer
- Jesper Neergaard (* 1939), sculptor
- Lone Dybkjær (1940–2020), politician, minister, member of the European Parliament
- Jesper Langberg (1940–2019), actor
- Per Stig Møller (* 1942), politician
- Claus Ryskjær (1945–2016), actor
- Leif Mortensen (* 1946), racing cyclist
- Per Kjeld Sørensen (* 1950), Tibetologist
- Janus Billeskov Jansen (* 1951), film editor
- Louise Frevert (* 1953), politician and former porn actress
- Lars Bock (* 1955), handball player
- Henrik Agerbeck (* 1956), soccer player
- Susanne Staun (* 1957), author
- Jesper Worre (* 1959), racing cyclist
- Cæcilie Norby (* 1964), (jazz) singer
- Monique Spartalis (* 1966), singer
- Sofie Gråbøl (* 1968), actress
- Katja Kean (* 1968), bourgeois Sussi La Cour Jakobsen , porn actress
- Bo Hamburger (* 1970), racing cyclist
- Jason Watt (* 1970), racing car driver
- Søren Colding (* 1972), football player
- Camilla Ottesen (* 1972), television presenter
- Dion Åkerstrøm (* 1973), track cyclist and trainer
- Rikke Lylloff (* 1978), actress
- Rasmus Seebach (* 1980), musician
- Christina Krogshede (* 1981), handball player
- Christina Haurum (* 1989), handball player
- Thomas Delaney (* 1991), football player
- Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig (* 1995), racing cyclist
- Andreas Madsen (* 1997), pool player
- Uppsala in Sweden since 1947
- Qeqertarsuatsiaat in Greenland
- Tórshavn in the Faroe Islands
- Bærum in Norway
- Hafnarfjörður in Iceland
- Åland in Finland
- Tartu in Estonia
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