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Thrane as a surname of Danish origin may refer to people:

Josephine Thrane was a Norwegian teacher and political activist.

Marcus Thrane Norwegian politician

Marcus Møller Thrane was a Norwegian author, journalist, and the leader of the first labour movement in Norway. It was later known as the Thrane movement (Thranebevegelsen).

Mathias Thrane is a Danish football player who plays for Nykøbing FC.

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