North Jutland is in Denmark. North Jutland is an administrative region consisting of the landscapes of North Jutlandic Island with Thy, Han Herred and Vendsyssel, as well as the northeastern part of mainland Jutland.
Aalborg is in North Jutland, Denmark. Its population, as of 2008, is 121,818, making it the fourth largest in Denmark.
Skagen is a town in North Jutland. Skagen is the northernmost town in Denmark, with the northernmost point in Denmark, Grenen.
Frederikshavn is a city in North Jutland, Denmark. And has a population of 62,741 inhabitants in the municipality.
Dronninglund is a minor town in Vendsyssel with 3,196 inhabitants.
Hanstholm is an important fishing harbour in North Jutland, Denmark Hanstholm is the ending point of national routes 26 & 29.
Hirtshals is an important ferry harbour in North Jutland, Denmark.
Læsø is the largest island in Kattegat, some 20 kilometres east of Frederikhavn on the Jutland peninsular in Denmark, roughly half way to Gothenburg in Sweden.
Hobro is a city in North Jutland, Denmark.
Sæby is a small town in North Jutland around 13 km south of Frederikshavn and 50 km north of Aalborg.
Hjørring is an inland city in North Jutland. Hjørring is a major train stop and transport centre in the region, with busses to most cities, villages and beaches across the county.
Thisted is a city in North Jutland. Thisted is home to the Thisted Bryghus, an independent regional brewer, producing Pilsners, porters and ales, as well as seasonal beers.
Løkken is a city in North Jutland.
Blokhus is a city and popular beach in Denmark.
Fjerritslev is a city in North Jutland.
Hjallerup is a town in North Jutland. Take exit 16 on E45, and signs will guide you the rest of the way.
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