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Which river runs through Copenhagen?

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Answered 2010-02-13 16:49:32

No river runs though Copenhagen. There used to be little streams/brooks e.g. Ladegårdsåen, which are now covered by paved streets. If you have seen water on Copenhagen pictures it must either be one of the canals or the harbour that runs between the two islands on which Copenhagen is located.

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