Rønne (rö´nə), city (1992 pop. 14,389), capital of Bornholm co., extreme E Denmark, on Bornholm Island, a port on the Baltic Sea; founded 1327. It is an industrial, fishing, and tourist center. Of note is St. Nicolaj's Church (14th cent.).
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