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Godthåbs parish was created on 22 September 1909 from the disbanded De Classenske boliger congregation along with parts of Mariendal, Skt. Lukas, and Skt. Thomas parishes.

The following is a chronological list of changes to the parish:

  • 1931 - part of the parish was split and went to Skt. Lukas parish.

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Amt 1794 - 1970 København
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Place Names

Bentzonsvej, Beringsvej, Bernhard Bangs Alle

C.F. Richs Vej

Dalgas Boulevard

Edvard Glæsels Vej, Emanuel Olsens Vej, Emil Chr. Hansens Vej

Fabrikvej, Falstersvej, Femte Juni Plads, Fru Gyllembourgs Vej

Godthaabsvej, Grøndalsvej, Guldborgvej

La Cours Vej, Langelands Plads, Langelandsvej, Lollandsvej, Lyøvej

Mathilde Fibigers Vej, Moltkesvej, Mælkevej

N. Dalhoffs Vej, Nandrupsvej, Nordre Fasanvej, Nyelands Plads, Nyelandsvej

Oscar Ellingers Vej

P. Andersens Vej


Segelckesvej, Sprogøvej, Spurveskjul, Stockflethsvej, Storchsvej

Tesdorpfsvej, Thurøvej

To see what kind of place it is you will need a Danish Gazetteer.

  • Surrounding Parishes


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  • Probate Records

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