Viborg


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.

Viborg

(vē`bôr), city (1992 pop. 29,867), capital of Viborg co., N central Denmark. It is a commercial and industrial center and a rail junction. Manufactures include tobacco, textiles, beer, and machinery. It is one of the oldest Danish cities and became an episcopal see in 1065. The city's cathedral (c.1130), the largest granite church in Denmark, was restored (1862–76) in its original Romanesque style. There is also a 13th-century Dominican abbey church with a remarkable 16th-century Flemish altarpiece.

Viborg:

see VyborgVyborg
, Finnish Viipuri, Swed. Viborg, city (1989 pop. 81,000), NW European Russia, NW of St. Petersburg and near the Finnish border, on Vyborg Bay and the Gulf of Finland.
..... Click the link for more information.
, Russia.

Viborg

1. the Swedish name for Vyborg
2. a town in N central Denmark, in Jutland: formerly a royal town and capital of Jutland. Pop.: 33 192 (2004 est.)
References in periodicals archive ?
That is it available at all is a gift, a wondrous opportunity for readers, and reassurance, however slight, that our civilization has not quite sunk to the vacuous level of Viborg City.
We haven't been able to give the police access to the machines yet," Computer World claims Viborg said.
ATTACK Marcos Angeleri EARLY EXIT Sunderland's Danny Welbeck (far right looks on as England Under-21 team-mate Micah Richards is stretchered off after being injured just three minutes into the clash against Denmark in Viborg last night
Viborg Sonderso, like the Tarnby volume, is a book of substantial dimensions.
2 to ex- Dons and Rangers coach Tommy Moller-Nielsen at struggling Viborg FF, who are second bottom of their league, with just one point from six games.
The divergence of perceptions measure for Viborg is 5.
Michelin said net income fell to pounds 215 million from pounds 392 million as it took a pounds 206 million goodwill charge on its acquisition of the loss-making Danish retailer Viborg.
All the action from both teams' third and final Group B encounter, held at the Viborg Stadion in Denmark.
Stuart Pearce's side, needing a win to secure progression to the semi-finals, were beaten 2-1 by the Czech Republic in Viborg, having led the game as late as the 89th minute.
That will not be lost on Ukraine and Czech Republic, who meet in Viborg today and backing a tight match of fewer than three goals looks best.
The finals tournament will be played in Aarhus, Aalborg, Herning and Viborg, starting on June 11, the final in Aarhus a fortnight later.
They then take on Czech Republic in Viborg on June 19, with the top two from the group securing semi-final spots.