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Midtjylland (Denmark)

LC control no.n 2008021161
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Geographic headingMidtjylland (Denmark)
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Geographic subdivision usageDenmark--Midtjylland
Variant(s)Region Midtjylland (Denmark)
Central Jutland (Denmark)
Region Central Jutland (Denmark)
See alsoÅrhus amt (Denmark)
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Ringkøbing amt (Denmark)
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Viborg amt (Denmark)
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Vejle amt (Denmark)
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Found inGEOnet, Mar. 24, 2008 (Midtjylland, Region--ADM1, 56°10ʹN 09°30ʹE; DA18)
Statoids, Mar. 24, 2008 (Apr. 1, 1970: The 21 counties were reorganized into 14 amter (counties) and two kommuner (municipalities): Fyn; Jan. 1, 2007: The counties were abolished and replaced by the five regions: Central Jutland; Midtjylland; former: Århus, Ringkøbing, Viborg (part), Vejle (part))
Wikipedia, Mar. 24, 2008 (Region Midtjylland (English: Region Central Jutland); administrative region of Denmark established on Jan. 1, 2007; located on the north-central portion of the Jutland peninsula and consists of the former counties of Ringkjøbing and Århus (save the western half of Mariager municipality which joined Region Nordjylland), most of the former county of Viborg, and the northern half of Vejle County)
Geographic area codee-dk---