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Kolding

(kôl`dĭng), city (1992 pop. 45,514), Vejle co., S central Denmark, a port on Kolding Fjord, an arm of the Lille Bælt. It is a commercial, industrial, and fishing center that produces ships, machinery, and textiles. Of note in the city are Koldinghus, a royal castle built in 1248 that now houses a historical museum, and the oldest stone church (built in the 13th cent.) in Denmark.

Kolding

a port in Denmark, in E Jutland at the head of Kolding Fjord (an inlet of the Little Belt). Pop.: 54 941 (2004 est.)
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From 1987 to 1998 he was associated with the ceramics department at The School of Arts and Crafts in Kolding, Denmark.
The symposium was held in Kolding, Denmark on 3-5 June 2002.
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Two fish were blended on the first day of the exhibition at the museum in Kolding, Denmark, and police ordered the plug to be pulled after complaints from animal rights activists.
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Swedish construction group NCC said on Friday (21 December) that its Danish development subsidiary NCC Property Development A/S has agreed to sell the 6,300-square metre Company House II office project in Kolding, Denmark to Kristensen & Holmsberg.
The Danish Veterinary Institute (DVI) has reportedly said that final test results for swine fever at a farm in Kolding, Denmark had proved negative.