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Aalborg Vestby Station
AALBORG VESTBY STATION is a railway station serving the district of Vestbyen in the city of Aalborg
Aalborg
, Denmark
Denmark
. The station is located on the Vendsyssel Line from Aalborg
Aalborg
to Frederikshavn
Frederikshavn
and is part of the Aalborg
Aalborg
Commuter Rail service. The train services are operated by DSB . HISTORYThe station opened in 2003 as a part of the new Aalborg
Aalborg
Commuter Rail service. OPERATIONSThe train services are operated by DSB
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Aalborgtårnet
AALBORGTåRNET (Aalborg Tower) is a 54.9 metre tall observation tower built of lattice steel in Aalborg , Denmark . The tower is built on a hill, providing a total height of 105 metres above sea level. The tower has a restaurant on the top. The tower was completed in 1933, and underwent a major reconstruction from February 2005 to March 2005, in which the whole tower was pulled down and later reerected. SEE ALSO * List of towers REFERENCES * ^ Porter, Darwin; Prince, Danforth; Norum, Roger (15 June 2011). Frommer\'s Scandinavia. John Wiley & Sons. p. 172. ISBN 978-1-118-09023-7 . * ^ Birket-Smith, Thomas (2002). Fabrik: industriens arkitektur i Aalborg (in Danish). Fonden til udgivelse af Arkitekturtidsskrift B. p
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Aalborghallen
AALBORG KONGRES "> * ^ A B C Aalborg
Aalborg
Kongres & Kultur Center Den Store Danske , retrieved 2 April, 2013 (in Danish) * ^ Aalborg
Aalborg
Kongres og Kultur Center (Aalborghallen) Arkitektur Guide Jylland (2002) via Dansk Arkitekturguide, retrieved 2 April, 2013 (in Danish) * ^ Jakob Steen Olsen: Cirkusrevyen er Danmarks største fætter-kusinefest Berlingske Tidende, 23 May 2011, * ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-01-19. Retrieved 2013-04-02. * ^ Om Aalborg
Aalborg
Operafestival Archived August 13, 2013, at the Wayback Machine
Wayback Machine
. aalborgoperafestival.dk (homesite), retrieved 2 April, 2013 (in Danish) * ^ Keld P
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Aalborg Teater
AALBORG TEATER is the main theatre in Aalborg
Aalborg
, Denmark. Built in 1878, it was subsequently modified by Julius Petersen and was remodeled in 2000. Its address is still Jernbanegade (Railway Street), although the station and the theatre have both moved. The theatre has three stages and seats 870 in the main auditorium. There are 10-12 annual productions with a total of 250-400 performances, covering a wide selection of drama and musicals. Originally privately owned, it is now controlled and owned by the Danish Ministry of Culture . While most productions are housed in the main hall, the building can accommodate up to four shows in its other halls
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Aalborg Zoo
AALBORG ZOO is a zoo located near the center of Aalborg
Aalborg
in Denmark
Denmark
. Every year, Aalborg
Aalborg
Zoo
Zoo
is visited by around 375,000 guests. The zoo covers 8 hectares (20 acres), and keeps more than 1,500 animals belonging to 126 species. The statue Det gode kup appears at the entrance to Aalborg
Aalborg
zoo. At the entrance, one can see the sculpture Det gode kup ("the good bargain") from 1925, made by artist C.J. Bonnesen. The sculpture was donated to Aalborg
Aalborg
Zoo
Zoo
from the Urban brewery. HISTORYThe zoo was opened in April 1935
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Abbey Of Our Lady, Aalborg
The ABBEY OF OUR LADY, AALBORG (Danish : Vor Frue Kloster) was an early Benedictine monasteries in Aalborg , Denmark. The former monastic church survived as a parish church , the Vor Frue Kirke ("Church of Our Lady"), until 1876, when it was demolished, and the present church of the name built on the site. CONTENTS* 1 History * 1.1 Abbey * 1.2 Church * 2 Burials * 3 Sources HISTORYABBEYWith the loss of the abbey's archives around the time of the Reformation in Denmark the exact date of its foundation is unknown. One source suggests that the nuns were already in Aalborg in 1116. Another source says that the community was established by Eskil, Bishop of Børglum , in 1125. Aalborg was the area's largest town and the abbey was built on property donated by the diocese. Nor is it clear whether the early nuns were in fact Benedictines
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Aalborghus
AALBORGHUS CASTLE (Danish : Aalborghus
Aalborghus
Slot) is a castle in Aalborg
Aalborg
, Denmark
Denmark
. It is a half-timbered (bindingsværk) castle built by King Christian III from 1539 to around 1555 initially as a fortification. Soon it became the seat of the king's provincial governors in Northern Jutland
Jutland
, and after the introduction of absolutism , became used by the State County of Northern Jutland for taxes. A building had existed at the site before Christian III's castle. It stood south of the castle and is mentioned in the first documentation of Aalborghus, dating back to 1340. It was owned by Margrethe I and was the death place of King Hans in 1513 who died in a horse riding accident
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Almen Kirkegård
The ALMEN KIRKEGåRD meaning GENERAL CEMETERY at Aalborg , in Denmark is located in serene and green surroundings. It is one of the three cemeteries of the Aalborg Municipality in Hasserisgade street; the other two are the Southern Cemetery at Blomstermarken and the Eastern Cemetery at Filstedvej. This General Cemetery is the ground where many luminaries of the city have been buried after whom many streets in the city have been named. Aalborg, Park "> * ^ "Kendte begravet på Almen Kirkegård i Aalborg" (in Danish). Aalborg Kommune. Retrieved 7 September 2013. * ^ A B "Aalborg kommunale kirkegårde" (in Danish). Aalborgkommune. Retrieved 7 September 2013. * ^ "Almen Kirkegård" (pdf) (in Danish). Aalborg Kommune. Retrieved 2 September 2013
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Aalborg University Hospital
AALBORG UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL is the largest hospital in the North Denmark Region , Denmark . It is also northern Jutland’s largest employer, with approximately 6,500 employees. The hospital consists of Section South and North in Aalborg and Dronninglund Hospital. Surgical Department A in Hobro , the Eye, Nose and Throat Department and the Ophthalmology Department in Hjørring , the clinic-chemical functions in Hobro and Farsø and the dialysis section in Hjørring are also part of Aalborg Hospital. Aalborg Hospital handles highly specialised regional functions for approximately 640,000 inhabitants, including parts of the Central Denmark Region , regional functions for approximately 490,000 inhabitants and basic hospital functions, except for certain elective procedures, for approximately 250,000 inhabitants
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Hospital Of The Holy Ghost, Aalborg
The HOSPITAL OF THE HOLY GHOST, AALBORG (Danish : Helligåndsklostret i Aalborg), the buildings of which, although now without any religious function, are still known as AALBORG KLOSTER (lit. Aalborg Monastery), is a former establishment of the Order of the Holy Ghost in Aalborg , Denmark . It was the hospital of Aalborg from 1431 to 1953 and is one of Denmark's best preserved medieval establishments. These are the oldest buildings in north Jutland , and the former hospital is also the oldest social institution in Denmark
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Aalborg Municipality
AALBORG MUNICIPALITY is a municipality (Danish , kommune ) in Region Nordjylland on the Jutland
Jutland
peninsula in northern Denmark
Denmark
. The municipality straddles the Limfjord , the waterway which connects the North Sea
North Sea
and the Kattegat
Kattegat
east-to-west, and which separates the main body of the Jutland
Jutland
peninsula from the island of Vendsyssel-Thy north-to-south. It has a land area of 1,143.99 km², population 197,426 (2010) and belongs to Region Nordjylland ("North Jutland Region"). It is also the name of the municipality's main city Aalborg
Aalborg
and the site of its municipal council, as well as the name of a seaport
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Aalborg Charter
The CHARTER OF EUROPEAN SUSTAINABLE CITIES AND TOWNS TOWARDS SUSTAINABILITY otherwise known as the AALBORG CHARTER (1994) is an urban environment sustainability initiative approved by the participants at the first European Conference on Sustainable Cities & Towns in Aalborg, Denmark . It is inspired by the Rio Earth Summit ’s Local Agenda 21 plan, and was developed to contribute to the European Union
European Union
’s Environmental Action Programme, ‘Towards Sustainability’. The Charter is based on the consensus of individuals, municipalities, NGOs, national and international organisations, and scientific bodies. Approximately 2700 local authorities from more than 40 countries have signed the Charter. This has resulted in the largest European movement of its type. There are three related parts to the Charter. Part 1 is a consensus declaration of European sustainable cities and towns towards sustainability
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Budolfi Church
ST BUDOLFI CHURCH is the cathedral church for the Lutheran
Lutheran
Diocese of Aalborg
Aalborg
in north Jutland
Jutland
, Denmark
Denmark
. CONTENTS * 1 History * 2 Interiors * 3 References * 4 External links HISTORY Aalborg
Aalborg
was already a town in the mid-10th century, with a fine position on the east-west Lim Fjord that served as a trade route between the North Sea and the Baltic until the 12th century, when the west end of Lim Fjord was closed by sand drifts. Aalborg
Aalborg
became the regional trade center for northern Jutland
Jutland
. The famous Viking burial site at Nørresundby across the Lim Fjord indicates that this was a populated area of Denmark
Denmark
long before the town appeared on the fjord
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Jens Bang's House
JENS BANG\'S HOUSE (Danish : Jens Bangs Stenhus; translated, "Jens Bang's Stone House") is a landmark in Aalborg
Aalborg
, Denmark. Situated on Østerågade in Nytorv square, it was built in 1624 by Jens Bang in Dutch Renaissance style. Noted for its gables and sculpted auricular window décor, it is said to be the finest privately owned Renaissance building in the country. It also features gargoyles and a sculpture of Bang's face, tongue sticking out. The five-storey building has housed the city's oldest pharmacy for more than 300 years. It is privately owned. CONTENTS * 1 Background * 2 Architecture * 3 Additions and alterations * 4 Ownership * 5 Apotekersamlingen * 6 References * 7 External links BACKGROUNDJens Bang, remembered as one of Denmark's richest citizens, was born in Horsens
Horsens

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Nytorv Square
NYTORV SQUARE is a town square in Aalborg , Denmark. Nytorv street was originally built as a funnel-shaped space between Østerågade and Slotsgade in 1604. The crossing at Nytorv and Østerågade is the historic center of the city and is open to pedestrians, cyclists and buses. Nytorv is characterized by a number of shops and professional services, from west to east, including Spar Nord, Jyske Bank, Sinnerup, Salling, ElGiganten, Imerco, Friis, a community center, and the main library. REFERENCES * ^ Jensen, Ole B. (5 March 2013). Staging Mobilities. Routledge. pp. 140–. ISBN 978-0-415-69373-8
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Nordkraft (Aalborg)
NORDKRAFT is a cultural centre in the Danish city of Aalborg . Opened in 2009, it is located in a former electricity generating station close to the waterfront in an area designated for cultural development. Neighbouring buildings include the Utzon Center and Musikkens Hus . Nordkraft is home to several cultural institutions including Skråen, a venue for jazz and rock concerts, Teater Nordkraft, the Biffen Art Cinema, the Kunsthal Nord art gallery and Dreamhouse, an innovative creation facility. It also has a multipurpose hall with seating for up to 1,500. REFERENCES * ^ "Nordkraft - fuld kraft på kulturen", VisitAalborg. (in Danish) Retrieved 7 September 2013. * ^ "Nordkraft", Den Store Danske
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