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

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Bavnehøj Alle, Bevtoftgade, Bodilsgade, Bustrupgade  
 
Bavnehøj Alle, Bevtoftgade, Bodilsgade, Bustrupgade  
  
Dannevirkegade
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Dannevirkegade  
  
Edvard Storms Vej, Ejderstedgade, Enghave Passage, Enghavevej, Erik Ejegods Gade
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Edvard Storms Vej, Ejderstedgade, Enghave Passage, Enghavevej, Erik Ejegods Gade  
  
Haderslevgade, Hans Olriks Vej, Heilsgade
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Haderslevgade, Hans Olriks Vej, Heilsgade  
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Ingerslevsgade
  
 
V. A. Borgens Vej  
 
V. A. Borgens Vej  

Revision as of 18:09, 12 February 2013

Denmark > Copenhagen City > Enghave

History

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Amt 1662 - 1793 Add here
Amt 1794 - 1970 Copenhagen City
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Street Names

Alsgade, Angelgade

Bavnehøj Alle, Bevtoftgade, Bodilsgade, Bustrupgade

Dannevirkegade

Edvard Storms Vej, Ejderstedgade, Enghave Passage, Enghavevej, Erik Ejegods Gade

Haderslevgade, Hans Olriks Vej, Heilsgade

Ingerslevsgade

V. A. Borgens Vej

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