Viggo Christensen

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Viggo Christensen (29 April 1880–1967) was the first Lord Mayor of Copenhagen, holding that office from 1938 to 1946 for the Social Democratic Party. From 1917 to 1938, he held the office of mayor of the social area in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Viggo Christensen was educated as a typographer in 1899.


  • Article from Mariagerfjord Library
  • Dansk biografisk haandleksikon bind 1 (1920) (in Danish), pp. 309-310.
Political offices
Preceded by
Title created
Lord Mayor of Copenhagen
1938 – 1946
Succeeded by
Hans Peter Sørensen

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