Skovlunde

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Skovlunde is a small Danish town in Ballerup Municipality and is a suburb of Copenhagen (12 km west of downtown Copenhagen). It has approximately 48.000 inhabitants and is on the Copenhagen S-train network.

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The town was founded in the Middle Ages and first appears in written material (a letter) dating back to 11 November 1249.

Skovlunde consist of two parts, the older Gammel Skovlunde where you can find housing dating back from the seventeenth century and up to the eighteenth century. The other part of Skovlunde is the product of people relocating from Copenhagen in the 1960s and a lot of newly built residential areas.

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