the HF programme and the IB Diploma Programme. The bank of the hill is 2 to 3 kilometres (to mi) long and was created during the ice age with clay pushed up the Little Belt Strait from a nearby glacier. Kolding in Kolding Kommune (Region Syddanmark) with it's 55,363 habitants is a town located in Denmark about 121 mi (or 195 km) west of Copenhagen, the country's capital town. The municipality covers an area of 640 km, and has a total population of 87,781 (2008). The closest airport in Denmark is Kolding Vamdrup Airport in a distance of 7 mi (or 11 km South-West. There are four athletics running lanes (six for sprint distances up until 110 metres and facilities for pole vaulting, high jumping, hammer throwing, shot putting and long jumping. Time in Kolding is now 02:00 AM (Saturday). We compiled a list of available hotels close to the map centre further down the page. Since you are here already, you might want to pay a visit to some of the following locations: Vejle, Haderslev, Middelfart, Fredericia and Vejen. It functioned as a seamark for sailors on Kolding Fjord and Little Belt. The arena has a capacity of 2,650 spectators and is home to Danish Handball League team KIF Kolding, one of the most successful teams in the history of Danish handball. These are videos related to the place based on their proximity to this place. We saw 4 points of interest near this location. The Danske Runeindskrifter database of the Copenhagen University's Nordisk Forskningsinstitut dates it to the later Viking Age. Several major historic public meetings took place here during and after the disputes over the territory of Schleswig-Holstein. There are two Unesco world heritage sites nearby. Eltang stone, the Eltang stone (also Stenderup stone, listed as DR 35 in the Rundata catalog, is a Viking Age runestone. Flensbourg, who gave it to the Oldnordisk Museum. Koldinghus, koldinghus is a Danish royal castle in the town of Kolding on the south central part of the Jutland peninsula. With a peak rising to 113 metres above sea level, it is the highest point in Southern Jutland. The stone was discovered in 1866 at in North-Stenderup, Eltang parish, Vejle, Region of Southern Denmark, Denmark, about 2 km north of Kolding, on the estate of one. Fjord has a 7 meters deep ship channel linking it to Kolding port.