Glostrup Municipality, Capital Region, Denmark

🇩🇰 Glostrup Kommune is a suburban municipality and town in Region Hovedstaden on the island of Zealand approx. 10 km west of Copenhagen in eastern Denmark. The municipality was established in 1841 following the municipal reforms of the 1840s, ranking as a parish municipality until 1950 when suburbanisation of Copenhagen inhabited the municipality and the status was changed to town municipality. From 1947 to 1960 the population in the municipality doubled due to the expanding suburbs of Copenhagen, reaching the municipality in the post-war period. Glostrup was designated as a new suburb along the western Tåstrup-finger of the Copenhagen Finger Plan of 1947.

Glostrup Municipality, Capital Region, Denmark 
<b>Glostrup Municipality, Capital Region, Denmark</b>
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Glostrup Municipality has a population of over 23,128 people. Glostrup Municipality also forms part of the wider Hovedstaden Region which has a population of over 1,866,088 people. Glostrup Municipality is situated 12 km west of the centre of Copenhagen.

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