Brønderslev, North Denmark, Denmark

🇩🇰 Brønderslev is a city in Denmark. The city is the largest urban area in Brønderslev Municipality and is the municipal seat. It is the fourth largest city of Vendsyssel within the North Jutland Region. In 1921, Brønderslev was officially designated as a Købstad (English: market town). It has since become a major trading and industrial city in the region. Brønderslev is served by Brønderslev railway station. It is located on the Aalborg-Hjørring-Frederikshavn railway line and offers direct InterCity services to Copenhagen and Frederikshavn, along with regional train services to Aalborg and Frederikshavn. The E39 motorway passes by Brønderslev. Since the completion of a bypass around the city in 2000, there is no heavy traffic directly through the city.

The port of Faaborg in Denmark, Jutland 
The port of Faaborg in Denmark, Jutland
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Brønderslev has a population of over 12,522 people. Brønderslev is situated north of Aalborg.

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