Ishøj, Hovedstaden, Denmark

🇩🇰 Ishøj Municipality is a municipality in Region Hovedstaden on the island of Zealand in eastern Denmark. Many of the residents are Pakistani, African, Arab, or Turkish immigrants. The main town, and the site of the municipal council, is the town of Ishøj, which has one of Scandinavia's biggest housing projects - Vejleåparken (formerly Ishøjplanen). More than 76% of the people living there are immigrants or have immigrant parents. Consequently, Ishøj has many nicknames, for instance such as Istanhøj (a merge between the names Istanbul and Ishøj). Neighboring municipalities are Vallensbæk to the east, Høje-Taastrup to the north and west, and Greve to the south. The town is by the coast in the south-western suburban area of Copenhagen and is part of the city's urban area.

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Ishøj has a population of over 21,675 people. Ishøj also forms part of the wider Copenhagen metropolitan area which has a population of over 2,057,142 people. Ishøj is situated 19 km west of the centre of Copenhagen.

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