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  1. Copenhagen is the capital and most populated city of Denmark, and second largest in Scandinavia, with an urban population of 1,246,611 and a metropolitan population of 1,990,036. It is situated on the eastern coast of Zealand, 42 km northwest of Malmö, Sweden and 164 km northeast of Odense. The city stretches across parts of the island of Amager and also contains the enclave of Frederiksberg, a municipality in its own right.
    • also known as København; Hafnia; Copenhagen, Denmark
    • founded in (849 years ago)
    • country: Denmark
    • read more about Copenhagen (city)
  2. Copenhagen is a village in Lewis County, New York, United States. This village is situated between Watertown, New York and Lowville, New York. The population was 801 at the 2010 census. The village is named after Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark.
  3. Copenhagen is an unincorporated community in Caldwell Parish, Louisiana, United States. It is located northeast of Holum, on Highway 849, west and south of the Ouachita River. Its ZIP code is 71418.

There are other places with in their name, like Copenhagen Zoo, Copenhagen Castle, Copenhagen County, Copenhagen Airport, Museum of Copenhagen, University of Copenhagen and Copenhagen Business School.

Music

  1. "Copenhagen" is a jazz standard composed in 1924 by bandleader Charlie Davis and recorded in that year by the Wolverine Orchestra in a foxtrot tempo. The title refers to Copenhagen tobacco, favored by Davis's bass player.
  2. "Copenhagen" is a live album by Galaxie 500. It was recorded on December 1, 1990, the final date of their last European tour.
  3. "Copenhagen" is a composition.
  4. "Copenhagen" is a musical album of Micol Martinez.
    • released on (6 years ago)
  5. "Copenhagen" is a musical album of Chris Townsend.
    • released on (7 years ago)
  6. "Copenhagen" is a composition.
  7. "Copenhagen" is a composition.
  8. "Copenhagen" is a musical album of Wax Poetic.
    • released on (9 years ago)
  9. "Copenhagen" is a musical album of Klaus Schønning.
    • released in (21 years ago)

Writings

"Copenhagen" is a play by Michael Frayn, based around an event that occurred in Copenhagen in 1941, a meeting between the physicists Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg. It premiered in London in 1998 at the National Theatre, running for more than 300 performances, starring David Burke, Sara Kestelman, and Matthew Marsh.

Films

  1. "Copenhagen" is a film, written and directed by Mark Raso.
  2. "Copenhagen" is a 2002 British television film by director Howard Davies from Michael Frayn's 1998 Tony Award-winning play of the same name.

Miscellanea

  1. Copenhagen was the Duke of Wellington's war horse, which he most famously rode at the Battle of Waterloo. Copenhagen was of mixed Thoroughbred and Arabian parentage, with his dam being sired by the Epsom Derby winner John Bull and his sire Meteor finishing second in the Derby. Copenhagen was foaled in 1808 and was named in honour of the British victory at the Second Battle of Copenhagen. Copenhagen did race in England for a short period, winning two races and finishing at least third in nine races out of his 12 career starts. Copenhagen was sent to Spain with Sir Charles Vane in 1813 and was then sold to the Duke of Wellington. Copenhagen became the Duke's favorite and preferred mount and was used by him for the entire duration of the Battle of Waterloo. The horse was retired to the Duke's estate Stratfield Saye House and lived there for the remainder of his life, dying on 12 February 1836 at the age of 28 years. His grave site is marked with a marble headstone that is situated under a 171-year-old Turkey Oak.
  2. Copenhagen is a brand of 100% American dipping tobacco made by the U.S. Smokeless Tobacco Company, a subsidiary of Altria. It is available in pouches, Fine Cut, Long Cut, and Extra Long Cut. Copenhagen Original Snuff, Long Cut, and Pouches come in a 1.2 oz fiberboard can with a metal lid, all other varieties are packaged in a plastic can with a metal lid, or if it is offered as tax-exempt for use outside the US, it is packaged in an all plastic can with no metal or cardboard. Depending on the cut, Copenhagen delivers 4.98-7.92 mg nicotine per gram. It is considered premium-priced within dipping tobacco products, priced similar to brands such as Skoal and Grizzly.
    • also known as Copenhagen tobacco
  3. Copenhagen a.k.a. København was a Danish five-masted barque used as a naval training vessel until its disappearance after December 22, 1928. Built for the Danish East Asiatic Company in 1921, it was the world's largest sailing ship at the time, and primarily served for sail training of young cadets.
  4. Copenhagen is a cataloged instance, musical recording, canonical version.
  5. Copenhagen is a 2000-2001 theater production of the play by Michael Frayn.
  6. Copenhagen is the US National Tour theater production of the play by Michael Frayn. It opened in 2001 and closed in 2002.
    • also known as Copenhagen National Tour
    • award:
      • Helen Hayes Awards for Outstanding Lead Actor, Non-Resident Production (for the production at the Kennedy Center Eisenhower Theatre) nomination for Len Cariou
      • Helen Hayes Awards for Outstanding Lead Actress, Non-Resident Production (for the production at the Kennedy Center Eisenhower Theater) nomination for Mariette Hartley
      • Helen Hayes Awards for Outstanding Non-Resident Production (for the production at the Kennedy Center Eisenhower Theatre) nomination for The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
  7. Copenhagen is the name of East West Theatre Company's theatre production of the same name; written by Michael Frayn and directed by Nermin Hamzagic. This show is Nermin Hamzagic's first professional directorial engagement and it was soon followed by a documentary called Dreamers which was selected for screening at Sarajevo Film Festival 09 and Jihlava documentary film festival.
  8. Copenhagen is a 1998 - 2001 theater production of the play by Michael Frayn.
    • award: - Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Play (BBC Award for the Play of the Year) nomination for Michael Frayn
  9. Copenhagen is a cataloged instance, musical recording.

Phrases with Copenhagen

  1. Copenhagen blue
  2. Copenhagen Hawthorn

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Copenhagen

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Google previewCommerce (1914)

Copenhagen is a city of about 600,000 people situated at the entrance of the Baltic sea. It is the London of Scandinavia. It is practically a goods clearing house for Norway, Sweden, Denmark and the Russian and German provinces situated on ...

Google previewChicago Commerce (1914)

by Chicago Association of Commerce and Industry

Copenhagen is a city of about 600,000 people situated at the entrance of the Baltic sea. It is the London of Scandinavia. It is practically a goods clearing house for Norway, Sweden, Denmark and the Russian and German provinces situated on ...

Google previewAn Instructional Guide for Literature: Number the Stars (2014)

by Suzanne Barchers

Copenhagen is a large city .

Google previewDionysos in Classical Athens (2014)

An Understanding through Images by Cornelia Isler-Kerényi

Here, Copenhagen means the National Museum. Instead ...

Google previewGlobal Warming (2010)

The Causes and Consequences by Ishita Haldar

John Sauven, executive director of Greenpeace UK stated that “The city of Copenhagen is a crime scene tonight...

Google previewThe Rough Guide to Copenhagen (2010)

by Lone Mouritsen

Copenhagen is a child-friendly city – the low level of traffic, pedestrianized shopping streets, decent quota of child-centred attractions and abundance of waterways, cycle lanes and green spaces make it easy, relaxing and safe to explore with ...

Google previewCowboys and Catalans (2006)

A Texan Rambles Through Europe by Charles L. Sizemore

Bathroom adventures aside, Copenhagen is a nice town, and a great town to have a walk, even at that time of year. We walked through the center of the city, stopping several times for coffee, of course. After a particularly long coffee break, we ...

Google previewDionysos in Archaic Greece (2007)

An Understanding Through Images by Cornelia Isler-Kerényi

Here, Copenhagen means the National Museum. Instead of Paris, only the Louvre or the Cabinet des Médailles in the National Library is mentioned. For Rome, the museums are named in abbreviated form, while the Vatican is separate.

Google previewInternational Securities Law Handbook (2010)

by Marcus Best, Jean-Luc Soulier

NASDAQ OMX Copenhagen is a regulated market under the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (EC Directive 2004/39 or MiFID). Other securities markets in Denmark include: (a) Danish Authorized Market Place A/S (AMP), which is an ...

Google previewExporters' Encyclopaedia (1920)

(via Copenhagen) Ringkjobing . . . . . . . . (via Copenhagen) Borris .

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Kierkegaard's Philosophy (2000)

by Julia Watkin

Kierkegaard ( posthumously published, Copenhagen: C. A. Reitzel, 1859). (H. P. Barfod and H. Gottsched, ...

Google previewClimate Change: An Encyclopedia of Science and History [4 volumes] (2013)

An Encyclopedia of Science and History by Brian C. Black, David M. Hassenzahl Ph.D., Jennie C. Stephens, Gary Weisel, Nancy Gift

Copenhagen. Accord. Introduction The Copenhagen Accord\Nasdrafled on Decen1ber18,2009,attheldfleenth Conference of the Parties (COP-15) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Copenhagen, ...

Google previewDictionary Visions, Research and Practice (2007)

Selected Papers from the 12th International Symposium on Lexicography, Copenhagen, 2004 by Henrik Gottlieb, Jens Erik Mogensen

The Twelfth International Symposium on Lexicography at the University of Copenhagen, the select proceedings of which are hereby published, took place on April 29 - May 1, 2004. In this volume, we present 19 papers from lexicographers in ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Homelessness (2004)

by David Levinson

Copenhagen———83 See also Case Management; Corporation for Supportive Housing; Housing, Transitional; “Housing First” Approach; Prevention of Homelessness: Overview; Service Integration Further Reading Burt, M. R., Pollack, D., ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Urban Legends (2002)

by Jan Harold Brunvand

An exception is a short discussion of "The Unzipped Fly" that included a text from Copenhagen in an English translation sent by Carsten Bergen- h0j to FOAFtale News (no. 24, 1991). Other modern migratory legends (vandrehistorier) reported ...

Google previewLinguistics Encyclopedia (2003)

by Kirsten Malmkjaer

XII, Copenhagen, Nordisk Sprog- og Kulturforlag, pp. 152–64. Hjelmslev, L. (1943a), Omkring Sprogteoriens grundlæggelse, ...

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Recognise Sign Language in Copenhagen

Deaf in Denmark demonstrating at International day of Sign Language - at Dronning Louise's Bridge.

Quotes about Copenhagen

So the old Copenhagen interpretation needs to be generalized, needs to be replaced by something that can be used for the whole universe, and can be used also in cases where there is plenty of individuality and history. (Murray Gell Mann)
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Scrabble value of C3O1P3E1N1H4A1G2E1N1

The value of this 10-letter word is 18 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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