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Fredensborg-Humlebæk is a municipality in eastern Denmark, on the island of Zealand (Sjælland). The municipality covers an area of 72 km², and has a total population of 19,461.

The municipality is a conglomerate of several small towns, the two major beeing Fredensborg and Humlebæk.

Humlebæk is connected by rail road to Helsingør (English: Elsinore) and København (English: Copenhagen).

Humlebæk is situated on the east cost of Zealand surrounded by small patches of forest and fields on three remaining sides.

Humlebæk was once residence for fishermen. Today the town is surburban Copenhagen and mostly habours residental areas. There are several small but pleasant beaches (some public) along the coast.

Most well know attarction is the museum of modern art: Louisiana.

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