Lynge-Frederiksborg Herred

Lynge-Frederiksborg Herred (Lynge-Frederiksborg Herred Hundred) was an administrative division in Frederiksborg County in the northern part of the island of Zealand, Denmark. It was created when Lynge Herred was divided into Lynge-Frederiksborg Herred and Lynge-Kronborg Herred in 1862 and disappeared with the adoption of the Administration of Justice Act (Retsplejeloven) in 1919. The market towns in Lynge-Frederiksborg Herred were Hillerød and Frederikssund.[1]


The following present-day parishes are located in the former Lynge-Frederiksborg Herred:

See also


  1. "Lynge-Frederiksborg Herred" (in Danish). Trap Danmark. Retrieved 18 September 2016.

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