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Ydre Nørrebro (lit. English: Outer Nørrebro) is an area in Copenhagen, Denmark. It is the part of the district of Nørrebro located farthest from the City Centre. It covers an area of 2.10 km², has a population of 41,497 and a population density of 19,733 per km², making it the most densely populated district in Copenhagen and all of Denmark. Approximately 25% of the inhabitants are immigrants, in some areas the immigrants population is 50%. Many shops are run by Middle Eastern and South Asian immigrants which gives the area a very multi-ethnic atmosphere.
Neighboring city districts are as follows:
- to the southeast are Indre Nørrebro and Indre Østerbro
- to the northeast is Ydre Østerbro
- to the northwest is Bispebjerg
- to the southwest is Frederiksberg municipality, which is not a part of Copenhagen municipality but rather an enclave surrounded by the municipality