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Aabenraa is used today as well as "Åbenrå", in fact Aabenraa is the most common? So I don't get why it says in the article that Aabenraa is only used before 1948.
- I am moving this article to "Aabenraa municipality", as that is the official municipality name, and I will be correcting links accordingly. This is consistent with moving other municipalities into article names that are official. --SFDan 18:06, 17 October 2005 (UTC)
This article will be formatted according to the guidelines laid out at Wikipedia:Guide to layout. This is because of many vauge links. As a reader I have a hard time understanding the relevency of some links. Eagle (talk) (desk) 05:47, 3 December 2005 (UTC)
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