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Brædstrup is a former railway town in Jutland, Denmark at the railway between Horsens and Silkeborg which was closed in 1968. Until 1 January 2007 it was the municipal seat of the former Brædstrup Municipality and today, with a population of 3,653 (1 January 2018),[1] it is the second largest town of Horsens Municipality, Central Denmark Region in Denmark.

Brædstrup is located in Denmark
The location of Brædstrup in Denmark
Coordinates: 55°58′18″N 9°36′41″E / 55.97153°N 9.61128°E / 55.97153; 9.61128Coordinates: 55°58′18″N 9°36′41″E / 55.97153°N 9.61128°E / 55.97153; 9.61128
RegionCentral Denmark (Midtjylland)
Population (2018)
 • Total3,653
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)
Postal codeDK-8740 Brædstrup

Notable peopleEdit

  • Henrik Stubkjær (born 1961 in Brædstrup) a Danish theologian and since November 2014 the 44th Bishop of Viborg
  • Kristian Thulesen Dahl (born 1969 in Brædstrup) a Danish politician, leader of the Danish People's Party since 2012, member of the Folketing since 1994.
  • Allan Søgaard (born 1978 in Brædstrup) a former Danish football player, 304 caps with AC Horsens

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