from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of eastern Denmark, a suburb of Copenhagen on Sjaelland Island. Population: 92,200.


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  • The answer is they might, but not right away, says Ulf Nielsson, assistant professor of finance at the Copenhagen Business School in Frederiksberg, Denmark.

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  • Sct Thomas is only a baguette's throw away from this culinary hotspot, and the hotel is perfectly located for exploring the parks around Frederiksberg and the hipster bars of Vesterbro.

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  • Værndedamsvej, a street between the trendy Vesterbro area and the independent municipality of Frederiksberg, has been described as a small slice of Paris in Copenhagen, due to its array of restaurants, bars and food shops.

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  • On my last morning in Denmark, my daughter, Alison, walked me through Copenhagen's Frederiksberg Gardens to show me the Pacifier Tree.

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  • Blizzard warnings in effect for this area, in Frederiksberg, Virginia and of course out towards D.C. the situation's been tough, too.

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  • In addition to the capital, other important cities include Ålborg, Århus, Esbjerg, Frederiksberg and Gentofte (suburbs of Copenhagen), Lyngby, Odense, and Roskilde. —continue at Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition.


  • Open Saturdays, from 8 a. m.-3 p.m., mid-April through mid-October Frederiksberg Flea Market Patti McCracken Trendy rain boots from Frederiksberg market A couple of metro stops from the city center is the commanding Frederiksberg Town Hall, behind which is a flea market famous for sellers peddling designer clothes.

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  • A mother and her grown daughter have finished with Frederiksberg for the day and head toward their bikes to trundle homeward, but not before announcing their finds.

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  • Buried by his own request at his birth-place, Frederiksberg, two Danish miles (which means eight English miles) from Copenhagen, his loving countrymen insisted on carrying him the whole distance, so great was their admiration for this King of dramatists.


  • Ordrup; the Christian Brothers have one at Frederiksberg.

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