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Viborg and Nyslott County was a county in Finnish Karelia 16341743,
returned to Finland 18121944 under the name of Viborg County

Basic Facts
County seat Viborg
Area 4,122 km˛
Inhabitants 234,500 (2003)
Website www.viborgamt.dk
Viborg County in Danmark

Viborgs Amt (English Viborg County) is a county in western Denmark, in the north-central part of the peninsula of Jutland.


  • Bjerringbro
  • Fjends
  • Hanstholm
  • Hvorslev
  • Karup
  • Kjellerup
  • Morsř
  • Mřldrup
  • Sallingsund
  • Skive
  • Spřttrup
  • Sundsřre
  • Sydthy
  • Thisted
  • Tjele
  • Viborg
  • Aalestrup

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Board of Governers (5536 words)
The County Education Centre is governed by a board of 7 governers: 2 county councillors representing Viborg county council and 4 town councillors representing the 17 municipalities and 1 member representing the employees of the Centre.
The chairman of the board is appointed by the county council and the vice-chairman by the association of the 17 town councils of Viborg county.
Viborg county council and the association of town councils in December 1997 approved the statute of Viborg County Education Centre with effect as from April 1, 1998.
Viborg and Nyslott County - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (178 words)
Viborg and Nyslott County, Viborgs och Nyslotts län or Viipurin ja Savonlinnan lääni, was a county of Sweden from 1634 to 1721, when by the Treaty of Nystad Vyborg was ceded to Russia.
In 1812 the conquered lands (Old Finland) were added to the Grand Duchy of Finland as Viborg County (Viborgs län/Viipurin lääni).
After the Treaty of Nöteborg (1323), particularly during the Kalmar Union (1397–1521), the governors of Viborg had a relatively independent relationship to the state authorities in Stockholm and Copenhagen.
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