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Frederikshavn (frĭħˈrĭks-houn) [key], 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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