Gylling (Odder Municipality)

Gylling
Village
Gylling Church
Gylling Church
Gylling is located in Denmark Central Denmark Region
Gylling
Gylling
Location in the Central Denmark Region
Coordinates: 55°53′26″N 10°9′59″E / 55.89056°N 10.16639°E / 55.89056; 10.16639Coordinates: 55°53′26″N 10°9′59″E / 55.89056°N 10.16639°E / 55.89056; 10.16639
CountryDenmark
RegionCentral Denmark
MunicipalityOdder
Population
 (2022)[1]
624
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)

Gylling is a village in Jutland, Denmark. It is located in Odder Municipality.

History

Gylling Church was built in the later half of the 1100s.[2]

Gylling in 1688 consisted of 22 farms and 33 half-farms, with 6 houses with land and 2 houses without land. The total cultivated area was 854.2 barrels of land owed to 154.37 barrels of grains.[3]

Notable residents

  • Karen Jeppe (1876 — 1935), social worker known for her work with Ottoman Armenian refugees and survivors of the Armenian Genocide, mainly widows and orphans, from 1903 until her death in Syria in 1935.
  • Mogens Jeppesen (born 1953), handball player

References

  1. ^ BY3: Population 1. January, by urban and rural areas The Mobile Statbank from Statistics Denmark
  2. ^ Danmarkskirker.natmus.dk "Gylling Kirke" Retrieved 16 August 2020
  3. ^ Pedersen, s. 227


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