Lemvig

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Lemvig, with a population of 7,195 (1 January 2010)[1], is the main town in Lemvig Municipality, Denmark.

History

Lemvig is a 750 year-old market town, and received its municipal charter in 1545. One of the landmarks of Lemvig is the town church from the 13th century. The old town is situated between the Limfjord, a lake and some hills. The nearby areas of natural beauty were shaped during the last Ice Age.

Geography

The town is situated 10 kilometers (6¼ miles) from the North Sea, 375 kilometers (234 miles) from Copenhagen, Denmark's capital, and 781 kilometers (488 miles) to London, England (as the crow flies).

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