Difference between revisions of "Aldersro Parish København, København, Denmark"

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=== Street Names  ===
 
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Aldersrogade, Annekegade
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Aldersrogade, Annekegade  
  
 
Biskop Krags Vænge, Borthigsgade, Bryggergade<br>  
 
Biskop Krags Vænge, Borthigsgade, Bryggergade<br>  
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Engelstedsgade
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Gunhildsgade, Gyritegade
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Hammershusgade, Haraldsgade, Haslegade, Hildrusgade
  
 
To see what kind of place it is you will need a [[Denmark Gazetteers|Danish Gazetteer]]. <br>  
 
To see what kind of place it is you will need a [[Denmark Gazetteers|Danish Gazetteer]]. <br>  

Revision as of 19:03, 12 February 2013

Denmark > Copenhagen City > Aldersro

History

Aldersro parish was created in 1908 from parts of the parishes of Sions and Skt. Stefans. The name of the church is Taksigelseskirken and the parish is often referred to as Taksigelse rather than Aldersro.

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Aldersrogade, Annekegade

Biskop Krags Vænge, Borthigsgade, Bryggergade

Engelstedsgade

Gunhildsgade, Gyritegade

Hammershusgade, Haraldsgade, Haslegade, Hildrusgade

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