Frederikshavn

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Frederikshavn

(frĭth`rĭks-houn), city (1992 pop. 24,930), Nordjylland co., N Denmark, a port on the Kattegat; chartered 1818. It is a commercial and industrial center, with ferry services, shipyards, engineering works, and a food processing industry.
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The pair played together in Denmark with Fredrikshavn and Peacock said: "Neil's one of the best I've played with.
As a result of Erlund's espionage, Stenbock was transferred to safer quarters at the gloomy Citadel of Fredrikshavn. His confiscated letters were used as Danish propaganda.
Although most Brits are likely to fly in or sail from Harwich, we sailed, with car, from Larvik in Norway to Fredrikshavn on the North-east coast.