Langeland Municipality

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Langeland municipality is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region of Southern Denmark in Denmark consisting mainly of the island of Langeland. Also Siø island has several inhabitants. It covers an area of 291.07 km² and a total population of 12,553 (1 April 2017). It is connected to Funen via a bridge, Langelandsbroen. There is a ferry route, Spodsbjerg-Tårs, with regular traffic between Spodsbjerg, population 215 (2014), and Tårs in Lolland Municipality.

The municipality was created as a result of the municipal reform of 2007, through a merger of the municipalities of Rudkøbing, Sydlangeland and Tranekær. However, the new municipality nonetheless agreed to enter into a "municipal cooperation agreement" with Svendborg Municipality.[1]

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Inhabitants: 15,980 (1985). Source: SDE, Supplement 2 (2006).

Births:101 (2007);89 (2008);82 (2009);99 (2010);77 (2011);85 (2012);76 (2013);73 (2014);74 (2015);74 (2016).

Deaths:228 (2006);224 (2007);197 (2008);214 (2009);229 (2010);226 (2011);224 (2012);194 (2013);185 (2014);219 (2015);198 (2016).

Source:Statistikbanken.dk/Befolkning og valg/(table)FODIE (births);FOD207 (deaths).

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Coordinates: 55°00′00″N 10°50′00″E / 55°N 10.8333°E / 55; 10.8333