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Hel·sing·borgor Häl·sing·borg (hĕl′sĭng-bôrg′, hĕl′sĭng-bôr′ē)
A city of southwest Sweden on the Oresund opposite Sjaelland. It belonged to Denmark until the mid-1600s.
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(Placename) a port in SW Sweden, on the Sound opposite Helsingør, Denmark: changed hands several times between Denmark and Sweden, finally becoming Swedish in 1710; shipbuilding. Pop: 121 097 (2004 est). Former name (until 1971): Hälsingborg
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