Tommerup Stationsby

Tommerup railway station

Tommerup Stationsby is a town in Funen, Denmark with a population of 2,365 (1 January 2014).[1]

Most villagers work in the more urbanised areas, but cattle is also kept and Tommerup is home to a stone factory. Because of clay shortages, this factory is mainly used for special ceramic products, such as a vase, five metres high, which was exhibited on the World's Fair in Sevilla, in 1992.

In 1996, Tommerup Stationsby declared itself Cultural Village of Europe. In 1999, it became part of the European network of villages known as Cultural Villages of Europe.

There is a train station in Tommerup, run by "de Danske Statsbaner" (DSB) (En: The Danish State Railways), with departures once an hour for Fredericia, where you can continue to cities as Aalborg and Aarhus. There is also a departure every hour the other way to the 3rd biggest city in Denmark, Odense, where there is departures for the capital, Copenhagen.


  1. BEF44: Population 1st January, by urban areas database from Statistics Denmark

Coordinates: 55°21′04″N 10°10′52″E / 55.351°N 10.181°E / 55.351; 10.181

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