Borup, Køge Municipality
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Borup, in Køge Municipality, 40 km southwest of Copenhagen, Denmark, is a railway town on the railroad between Roskilde and Ringsted. With a population of 4,497 (1 January 2015), it is the second largest town of the municipality.
Borup is in east central Zealand, 14 km west of Køge, 11 km northeast of Ringsted, and 18 km southwest of Roskilde - between the two small lakes Borup Lake (Danish: Borup Sø) on the western outskirts of the town and the larger Kimmerslev Lake (Danish: Kimmerslev Sø) on the southeastern outskirts.
On 1 April 1970, Borup became the municipal seat of Skovbo Municipality, until it was merged with Køge Municipality on 1 January 2007.
- Frede Christoffersen (1919 in Borup – 1987) a Danish painter and illustrator
- Jakob Glerup (born 1975 in Borup) a former Danish football midfielder, who played for Viborg FF his entire career
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