Herning is a municipality in Jutland, Denmark. It was created on 1 January 2007 as part of local government reform by combining the "old" Herning with the previous municipalities Aulum - Haderup, Trehøje and Aaskov.
Herning Municipality has a total population of 86 595 inhabitants (as of 1 January 2013) and an area of 1321.10 km ². It is part of Jutland region. The seat of government is in Herning.
Villages in the municipality
The area contains the following parish communities (Danish: Sogn ) and villages with over 200 inhabitants ( byer as defined by the Danish Bureau of Statistics ), with a registered population of zero, the place in the past had more than 200 inhabitants:
A Herning extends over the parishes Fredens, Gjellerup, Hedeager, Herning, Saint John, Snejbjerg, round and Tjørring.