Hoven, Denmark

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Hoven, Denmark is a small village in west-central Denmark, with a population of 232 (1 January 2014),[1] on the Jutland Peninsula. Its elevation is 20 meters, and it is 2.8 km from Ørbæk (one of four Ørbæk's in the country), and 2.1 km from Dyrvig. It is located in Ringkøbing-Skjern Municipality at 55°51′3″N 8°45′33″E / 55.85083°N 8.75917°E / 55.85083; 8.75917Coordinates: 55°51′3″N 8°45′33″E / 55.85083°N 8.75917°E / 55.85083; 8.75917, Central Denmark Region, southwest of Herning. The town has an old church and an old schoolhouse.

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