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  1. Haderslev (en alemán, Hadersleben) es una ciudad del sur de Jutlandia, en Dinamarca, con una población de 21.396 habitantes en 2012. Desde 2007 la ciudad es sede del nuevo municipio de Haderslev, formado por la fusión de siete municipios más pequeños. Haderslev pertenece a la región de Dinamarca Meridional, y es sede de una de las 11 diócesis de la ...

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › HaderslevHaderslev - Wikipedia

    Haderslev is a Danish town in the Region of Southern Denmark with a population of 22,011. It is the main town and the administrative seat of Haderslev Municipality and is situated in the eastern part of Southern Jutland. Haderslev is home of Sønderjyske, which is an association football team that plays in the Danish Superliga since 2008. The town is named after King Hader.

  3. Haderslev (municipio) El Municipio de Haderslev (en danés: Haderslev Kommune) es un municipio de Dinamarca, localizado en el sur de la península de Jutlandia. Forma parte de la región de Dinamarca Meridional y su capital es la ciudad de Haderslev. Haderslev se creó en 2007 con la fusión de los siguientes municipios: Gram Haderslev Vojens

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    Haderslev is a town and municipality on the east coast of the Jutland peninsula in the Region of Southern Denmark. It includes the island of Årø as well as several other smaller islands in the Little Belt. The municipality covers 701.98 km2 and has a population of 56,414. Its mayor is Jens Christian Gjesing, representing the Social Democratic Party...

    The main town and the site of the municipal council is the city of Haderslev.

    Haderslev Municipality is home to the only officially recognised ethno-linguistic minority of Denmark proper, the North Schleswig Germans. This minority makes up about 6% of the total population of the municipalities of Aabenraa/Apenrade, Haderslev/Hadersleben, Sønderborg/Sonderburg and Tønder/Tondern. In these four municipalities, the German minor...

    Haderslev's municipal council consists of 31 members, elected every four years. The municipal council has nine political committees.

    Haderslev is twinned with: 1. Braine, France 2. Sandefjord, Norway 3. Uusikaupunki, Finland 4. Varberg, Sweden 5. Wittenberg, Germany

    • 814 km² (314 sq mi)
    • 1 January 2007
  4. ast.wikipedia.org › wiki › HaderslevHaderslev - Wikipedia

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    Haderslev ye mentada per primer vegada na Xesta Danorum. D'alcuerdu a ésta, esistía un rei de nome Hather, de quien la ciudá tomaría'l nome. Flaires dominicos establecieron equí un monasteriu en 1228. Haderslev foi amburada mientres la guerra ente'l rei Erico IV de Dinamarca y el duque Abel de Schleswig. Llogró privilexos de ciudá en 1292de manes d...

    Les siguientes ciudaes tán Hermanamiento de ciudaes hermanaescon Haderslev: 1. Varberg, Suecia 2. Sandefjord, Noruega 3. Uusikaupunki, Finlandia 4. Lutherstadt Wittenberg, Alemaña 5. Braine, Francia

    «Departamentu d'Estadística de Dinamarca» (danés). Consultáu'l 17 de mayu de 2012.
    Dean Store Danske. «Haderslev» (danés). Consultáu'l 17 de mayu de 2012.
  5. Haderslev County. The entire province became part of South Jutland County in 1970. Haderslev County ( Danish: Haderslev Amt) is a former province in Denmark, located on the northernmost part of Southern Jutland. Haderslev County was established in 1920 following the reunification of Denmark and South Jutland following the Schleswig Plebiscites.

  6. Haderslev Cathedral ( Danish: Haderslev Domkirke) also known as Our Lady's Church is the cathedral church of the Diocese of Haderslev located in Haderslev, Denmark Contents 1 History 1.1 The wooden church 1.2 1100s 1.3 1200s 1.4 1400s 1.5 Reformation 1.6 Fire 1.7 Cathedral Church 1.8 Later Renovations 2 Interior 2.1 Altar