Holstebro


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Holstebro

(hôl`stəbrō'), city (1992 pop. 29,819), Ringkøbing co., W central Denmark, on the Storå River. It is a commercial and industrial center and a rail junction, producing foodstuffs, tobacco, and beer.
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He is the founder of the Odin Theatre and the International School of Theatre Anthropology, both located in Holstebro, Denmark.
The work will be shown in both cities and performed by six dancers from the dance group Black Box from Holstebro (Denmark) in collaboration with choreographers and four dancers from Cyprus.
We witnessed this on a beautiful day in Denmark that we spent visiting Arla's Holstebro Dairy.
Simon first came to prominence by winning the FIM 80cc Gold Trophy in 2005 while still at school and, having also signed for Holstebro in his homeland, faces a busy season ahead.
According to Bravida, with this acquisition, it strengthens its position in mid Jutland where a new highway linking Aarhus, Silkeborg, Herning and Holstebro together is expected to create new business opportunities.
Berwick will have an unfamiliar look thanks to injury and recall, with Thomas Jorgensen having to race for his Danish League side Holstebro.
Earlier this year Faerch Plast A/S with headquarters in Holstebro in Denmark opened the latest of their new factories, in Durham.
Sondergard, a former percussionist, fell in love with music after watching a marching band in his home town of Holstebro when he was just seven.
Researchers examined patients visiting the Holstebro Hospital in Denmark, which is at the 56th Northern latitude - about the same latitude as Glasgow and Moscow).
He spent all day at his home track in Denmark, Holstebro, on Tuesday to test new machinery in a bid to find some consistency.