Borup, in Koge Municipality, forty km southwest of Copenhagen, Denmark, is a railway metropolis at the railroad among Roskilde and Ringsted. With a populace of four,497, it is the second largest town of the municipality. Borup is in east vital Zealand, 14 km west of Koge, eleven km northeast of Ringsted, and 18 km southwest of Roskilde - between the two small lakes Borup Lake at the western outskirts of the metropolis and the larger Kimmerslev Lake on the southeastern outskirts.
In 1967, Borup was recognised for an air-raid refuge built in the town via the doomsday cult The Orthon cult. Doomsday cult is an expression used to describe cults which accept as true with in apocalypticism and millenarianism, and can refer both to companies that predict catastrophe, and to people who attempt to carry it about. On 1 April 1970, Borup became the municipal seat of Skovbo Municipality, until it became merged with Koge Municipality on 1 January 2007.