Bjæverskov is a town in Køge Municipality, with a population of 2,917 (1 January 2015) at the road between Køge and Ringsted about 10 kilometres west of Køge and 16 kilometres/10 miles east of Ringsted.
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In the Middle Ages an estate was located just west of Bjæverskov church. In 1999 Køge Museum made an archeological excavation on the site when Bjæverskovskatten (The Bjæverskov Treasure), a three-legged ore pot containing approx. 2550 coins and some jewelry from about 1254-59, was found.
- Anders Petersen (1827 in Bjæverskov – 1914) a school teacher and author of historical, genealogical and statistical books
- David Borchersen (born 1978 at Bjæverskov) a Danish cricketer, a right-handed batsman who bowls right-arm medium pace
- Anita Madsen (born 1995) a Danish former competitive figure skater, lives in Bjæverskov