Hårlev

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For the western suburb of Aarhus, see Harlev.
Hårlev
town
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.

Overview[edit]

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.

Geography[edit]

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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External links[edit]

Media related to Hårlev at Wikimedia Commons