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Aalborg

 
Aalborg Aalborg is located in the north of Jutland. The local tourist board calls it the little Paris of the North. Although this may seem a bit far fetched, the location by the Limfjord is truly superb, and the town is well worth a visit. Founded by the Vikings, Aalborg has developed into one of the busiest trading centres in Denmark. The city is buzzing of life summer and winther and if you take a walk down the pedestrian area you will find that there is a great athmosphere and a lot of fine old buildings. Jens Bang's House from 1624, JArgen Olufsen's House from 1616 and the lovely Aalborghus from 1539 deserve special mention. The 15th century Budolfi Cathedral - dedicated to the English St. Botolph - and the Monastery of ...
 

Aarhus

 
Aarhus Aarhus is the second largest city of Denmark and the capital of Jutland, the mainland. It has a well-preserved historic centre, a few good museums and nice old churches. Close to the city are some good beaches, as well as opportunities for hiking and biking. The main attraction is Den Gamle By (The Old Town). This fascinating open-air museum features 75 restored buildings from all around Denmark dating from the 17th- and 18th centuries. Full of things to see and do, it really is a must for any visitor. Other things to do include the AROS Kunstmuseum, which presents a wide-ranging collection of Danish art from the 19th and 20th centuries, and a visit to the modern Town Hall, which is a good example of Modern Danish a...
 

Copenhagen

 
Copenhagen In 1167 Copenhagen was a tiny village called Havna which king Valdemar I gave to his trustee, the bishop Absalon of Roskilde. Since then it gradually grew to be the first city of Denmark, in part because the harbour of Roskilde became inaccessible to the larger trading ships. In 1417 Copenhagen became the capital of Denmark. It’s now by far the largest and most important town in Denmark, with numerous Museums and the hippest Nightlife in the country. It has an old center and some interesting town development schemes of the 18th, 19th and 20th century. The royal palaces are a sight to see; but the squatters quarter of Christiania is equally remarkable. Of course one should visit Copenhagen's most famous attraction,...
 

Esbjerg

 
Esbjerg Esbjerg is situated on the West Coast of Jutland in the middle of Denmark's loveliest holiday area. It has about 83,000 inhabitants and is the fifth largest city in Denmark. Close to Esbjerg you will find vast expanses of beaches, nature experiences, amusement parks and medieval towns. In fact, Denmark's oldest town Ribe is situated only 30 km from Esbjerg. Esbjerg has become a natural centre for the south western part of Denmark, not least witin the field of education. The harbour is the cradle of the city and Esbjerg's gateway to the west. The harbour is also the base of the Danish offshore oil and gas industry. The social life in Esbjerg is very lively. There are plenty of restaurants, cafes, bars and discotheques...
 

Bornholm island

 
Bornholm island Bornholm, part of Denmark and located to the east of it (and probably closer to Sweden), strikes the imagination of a lot of people. Already some 200 years ago, several painters came over to the island either to find their inspiration or to depict the beautiful rural scenery of the island, resulting in a permanent stay for a lot of them. The Bornholm School is still renowned for its still live. The most famous painters were the swedish born Karl Isaksson, who was the first of a number of artists inspired by impressionism. He was followed by a number of great painters, the most famous being Edward Weye, Olaf Rude, Niels Leergaard and the only one born at Bornholm, the incredible Oluf Høst (1884-1966). The latter lived...
 

 

 

 

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