Roskilde


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Ros·kil·de

 (rŭ′skē′lə)
A city of eastern Denmark on Sjaelland Island west of Copenhagen. It was the capital of Denmark from the tenth century until 1443.

Roskilde

(Danish ˈrɔskilə)
n
(Placename) a city in Denmark, on NE Zealand west of Copenhagen: capital of Denmark from the 10th century to 1443; scene of the signing (1658) of the Peace of Roskilde between Denmark and Sweden. Pop: 44 205 (2004 est)
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Contract notice: Construction tasks in connection with on - and extension of roskilde badet.
And I was in the heart of Viking country in Roskilde, 45 minutes out of the capital Copenhagen, being cooked lunch outside by modern-day warrior.
Which two countries signed the Peace of Roskilde in 1658?
31, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Billetnet Denmark, part of Ticketmaster International, the leading global ticketing agent, is pleased to announce a new partnership with Roskilde Festival, the largest Northern European culture and music festival.
of Southern Denmark) and Kim Christian Schroder (communication, Roskilde U.
The Diamonds singer and her pals visited an amusement park in Copenhagen ahead of her appearance at the Roskilde Fesitval.
Beginning today, the Roskilde Festival will show once again why it is one of Europe's largest - and Northern Europe's absolute largest - annual music festivals.
Other European options include Roskilde in Denmark (June 30-July 3) and Festival Internacional de BennicEassim (FIB) in Spain from July 14-17.
While Roskilde is typically known as a four-day rock event (June 30 to July 3), showcasing world-famous talent, its musical agenda expands every year to include electronic, hip-hop and even world music.
ON DECEMBER 8 Shell Aviation (SAV) announced it has begun refuelling aircraft at Roskilde Airport (IATA RKE), a business aviation hub situated 30 minutes from Denmark's commercial centre, Copenhagen.
It launched this week in cooperation with the American University in Cairo (AUC) and the Roskilde University in Denmark.
17, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- RIFM, through its sponsorship of Roskilde University's Population Workshop (RUC 09), is pleased to announce the resulting paper, Integrating population modeling into ecological risk assessment.