Aarhus, Denmark Overview
Aarhus is the second-largest city in Denmark. The principal port of Denmark, it is located on the east side of the peninsula of Jutland in the geographical centre of Denmark.. The city claims the unofficial title “Capital of Jutland”.
Aarhus is the largest city in the East Jutland metropolitan area (Danish: Byregion Østjylland) in eastern Jutland, grouping 17 municipalities. With more than 1.2 million people living in the East Jutland metropolitan area, it represents approximately 23% of the population of Denmark while the urban area is the second largest in Denmark after Copenhagen.
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The ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum is an art museum in Aarhus, Denmark. ARoS is one of the largest art museums in northern Europe, 10 storeys tall with a total floor area of 17,000 m². The museum opened on 8 April 2004 after a construction process that started with Danish architects Schmidt Hammer Lassen winning the design competition in 1997.
Musikhuset Aarhus blev indviet 27. august 1982. Det er tegnet af arkitekterne Kjær & Richter, der vandt arkitektkonkurrencen. Første spadestik blev taget 5. juni 1979. Grundstenen (til Foyeren) blev nedlagt 11. maj 1981. Prisen for byggeriet var på 115 millioner kroner, som blev finansieret af Aarhus Kommune.
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Aarhus Cathedral ( Danish: Århus Domkirke) is the main religious edifice of Aarhus, Denmark, in the Jutland peninsula in the western part of the country. The cathedral is dedicated to the patron saint of sailors, St. Clemens, and located at the address Domkirkepladsen 2, 8000 Århus C, Denmark, on the port-side of the central market of the town, Store Torv (lit.
The present theatre house was constructed in the late 19th century, as a replacement for the old theatre, nicknamed "Svedekassen" (English: The Sweat-box). Since Aarhus had grown to become Jutland's biggest city during the 19th century, the old theatre had become too small to serve the public demand.
Moesgård Museum is situated at Moesgård manor in Højbjerg, a suburb of Aarhus, Denmark. It is both a regional museum and a dedicated museum for archaeology and ethnography. It cooperates with the Institute of Prehistoric Archaeology, Medieval and Renaissance Archaeology, Ethnography and Anthropology at Aarhus University.
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NorthSide Festival is a commercial festival, held every year in June at Ådalen in Aarhus, Denmark. The first festival was held 2010 and it has grown from a one-day event to a three-day festival in three years. The festival now goes by the name NorthSide to avoid confusion with the Northside Festival in Brooklyn.
St Paul's Church ( Danish: Sankt Pauls Kirke) is a parish church in Aarhus, Denmark. It was completed in 1887 to a design by Vilhelm Theodor Walther in the Neo-Romanesque style.
Risskov Kirke ligger i Aarhus- forstaden Risskov. Den blev opført i 1922 som villa for chokoladefabrikant Fritz Georg Clausen ( 1871- 1927), grundlægger af chokoladefabrikken Elvirasminde, og var tegnet af arkitekt Vilhelm Puck.
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Clausholm Castle is a large Danish country house located some 12 km southeast of Randers in eastern Jutland. It is one of Denmark's finest Baroque buildings. The castle's origins appear to go back to the 12th century but it is first mentioned in the 14th century when its owner, Lage Ovesen, was one of the leaders of the Jute uprising against Valdemar Atterdag.