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Holte is a town and the northernmost suburb of the Copenhagen urban area located in Rudersdal municipality, Denmark. It is located between Rudersdal and the top of Geel's Hill (Geels Bakke) on the shores of the Furesø lake.
The main road in town is The King's Road (Kongevejen), which cuts through the town on its way from the town of Kongens Lyngby in the southeast to Hillerød northwest of Holte. The town has a number of small lakes and parks, including the large Furesø Park on the shores of the lake. It is partially bounded on the southeast by municipal neighbor Lyngby-Taarbæk's large park, Ravnsholm Park with the Mølleå (Mill River).
The town of Holte is home to the municipality's Arne Jacobsen designed Town Hall at the base of Geel's Hill, the Holte railway station, and Holte Harbour in Vejlesø lake, where the summer revue, The Holte Harbour Revue (Holte Havn Revyen), takes place.
In the center of the town is a shopping center and the main library.
At the top of the hill near Rudersdal is Holte Church (Holte Kirke), which was dedicated in 1945.
The town of Old Holte (Gammel Holte) is approximate 3 miles east of the town.
In the summer of 2011 Holte will be hosting the world championship for cyclist with start and finish on the top of Geel's Hill (Geels bakke)
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