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Tolne is a small village and railway town in Vendsyssel, Denmark. It is located in Hjørring Municipality in Region Nordjylland. Its population was 209 as of 2015. [1] It is located in Tolne Hills, a popular excursion trip destination.

Tolne is served by Tolne railway station, located on the Vendsyssel railway line between Aalborg and Frederikshavn.

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  1. "Danmarks Statistikbank". Retrieved 2015-08-31.

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