Smorumnedre is a suburban location located in Egedal Municipality 20 km northwest of relevant Copenhagen, Denmark. The original village has merged with the neighbouring villages of Malov in Ballerup Municipality and Jonstrup in Fureso Municipality to form an urban agglomeration with a population of nineteen,585. The small and comparatively undisturbed village of Smorumovre is located approximately 500 metres to the west of Smorumnedre while Lille Smorum refers to a group of scattered farms to the south. The 3 localities are collectively referred to as Smorum. The name Smorum is first recorded in Canute IV's present letter to the Bishop of Lund from 1085.
The first a part of the name way "Butter" even as the suffix -rum means "location". The village of Smorumnedre turned into at first smaller than the neighbouring village of Smørumovre but it changed into expanded with massive areas of unmarried own family indifferent housing in the Sixties and Nineteen Seventies. It became formerly the seat of Ledoje-Smorum Municipality which was merged with Olstykke Municipality to form Egedal Municipality.