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For the western suburb of Aarhus, see Harlev.
Hårlev Kirke.JPG
Hårlev church
Country Denmark
Region Zealand (Sjælland)
Municipality Stevns
Coordinates 55°20′57″N 12°13′54″E / 55.34908°N 12.23162°E / 55.34908; 12.23162Coordinates: 55°20′57″N 12°13′54″E / 55.34908°N 12.23162°E / 55.34908; 12.23162
Population 2,572 (2015)
Timezone CET (UTC+1)
 - summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code DK-4652 Hårlev
The location of Hårlev in Denmark

Hårlev is a railway town with a population of 2,572 (1 January 2015)[1] in Stevns Municipality on the southeastern part of the Danish island of Zealand about 12 kilometres south of Køge.


Hårlev was in Bjæverskov Hundred (Danish: "Herred")

Until 1 January 2007 Hårlev was the site of the municipal council of the former Vallø Municipality.

Today the town is, with Store Heddinge, the co-administrative seat of Stevns Municipality, as Store Heddinge is the administrative seat and Hårlev the seat of the municipal council.


The town is located where the railroad Østbanen from Køge become divided into two lines, a southeastern line to Store Heddinge and Rødvig and a southern line to Faxe Ladeplads.


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Media related to Hårlev at Wikimedia Commons