Limfjorden


Limfjorden
Lim|fjor|den
i sms. limfjords-, fx limfjordsøsters (jf. § 12. Store og små bogstaver i proprier.10.b)

Dansk ordbog. 2015.

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  • Limfjorden — Strait across northern Jutland, Denmark, connecting the North Sea and the Kattegat. It is 110 mi (180 km) long and is actually a series of fjords dotted with islands. In 1825 the North Sea broke through the western part, and the Thyborøn Kanal… …   Universalium

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  • Limfjorden — Lage des Limfjord Der Limfjord ist ein lang gestreckter Sund zwischen der Halbinsel Jütland und der Insel Vendsyssel Thy in Dänemark. Er verbindet die Nordsee im Westen bei Thy und Thyborøn mit dem Kattegat bei Hals (Dänemark) …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • Limfjord — This is in Denmark. For the sea inlet in Croatia, see Lim (Croatia). [ Nørresundby)] The Limfjord (in Danish: Limfjorden IPA| [ˈliːmˌfjoːˀɐn] ) is a shallow sound in Denmark that separates the island of Vendsyssel Thy from the rest of Jutland… …   Wikipedia

  • Лим-фьорд — Координаты: 56°56′34″ с. ш. 9°04′30″ в. д. / 56.942778° с. ш. 9.075° в. д.  …   Википедия

  • Vendsyssel-Thy — Island, northern end of Jutland, Denmark. It is known as Vendsyssel in the east and Thy in the west. The Limfjorden separates it from the mainland, to which it was attached until 1825, when water erosion cut a channel through the narrow isthmus… …   Universalium


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