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Denmark, Aalborg
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ransport in Aalbor
Limfjordsbroen seen from Aalborg, 2004
On the north side of the Limfjord is Nørresundby, which is connected to Aalborg by a road bridge Limfjordsbroen, an iron railway bridge Jernbanebroen over Limfjorden, as well as a motorway tunnel running under the Limfjord Limfjordstunnelen.

ublic transportatio
View of Aalborg railway station from J.F. Kennedy"s Square, 2004
The city has a main train station Aalborg Station, close to J. F. Kennedy-Square. Other stations in Aalborg are Skalborg Station, Aalborg Vestby Station and Lindholm Station.

ar transportatio
The European route E45, going from Finland to Italy, passes through Aalborg, and through Limfjordstunellen under the Limfjord in Aalborg.

ir transportatio
Aalborg Airport is the local airport.

Aalborg Air Base—an important base of the Danish Air Force is located in Aalborg.

isitor attractions in Aalbor
Traditional housing in Aalborg, 2005
istorical attraction
The old Aalborghus Castle ("Aalborghus Slot") and some picturesque houses of the 17th century remain in the center of the town. The half-timbered ("bindingsværk") castle was built in 1550 by King Christian III, and was converted to government administration offices in the 1950s.
Aalborghus Castle, 2008

Jens Bang"s House, a five story building built in 1624 by the merchant Jens Bang is an example of Renaissance architecture. It is located on Nytorv next to the old Town Hall.

The present Budolfi Church dates from the end of the 14th century, although at least two earlier churches stood on the same spot. Budolfi Church was just a parish church until it became the seat of the Lutheran bishop of Aalborg in 1554.

Vor Frue Kirke ("Church of Our Lady") is a relatively modern church. The original Church of Our Lady from the early 1100s was pulled down after the Reformation because it was so old and unstable. The newer building in a different location was partially burned in 1894.

Underneath the main pedestrian shopping street is a newly opened museum of the excavation of a monastery from the 11th century.

Nørresundby is the site of the Lindholm Høje settlement and burial ground from the Germanic Iron Age and Viking times. There is also a museum on the site.

Aalborg Historical Museum is located in the city.

ewer attraction
Aalborg Tower seen from Mølleparken, 2006
Aalborgtårnet is a tripod tower erected in 1933. The tower"s height, 105 m over sea level, still gives an exquisite view over the fjord and the city.

Near the Aalborg Tower is KUNSTEN Museum of Modern Art Aalborg. The art museum was designed by the Finnish architect Alvar Aalto and built in 1972.

In 2008, the Utzon Center, dedicated to the work of the noted architect Jørn Utzon, was built next to the Limfjord at the central harbour front in Aalborg. Born in Copenhagen, Utzon grew up in Aalborg. The center contains an exhibition on Utzon"s work, which includes the Sydney Opera House, as well as educational displays on architecture and design.

Nordkraft is a cultural centre in a former power plant near the harbour. It has theatres (opening in 2010), a cinema, and concert facilities. In its neighbourhood, a classical concert hall, Musikkens Hus, designed by Coop Himmelb(l)au, is planned.

"Jomfru Ane Gade"
One of the most popular and famous streets in Aalborg, possibly even in Denmark, is "Jomfru Ane Gade", or simply just "Gaden" ("The Street"). The name translates to "Mistress" Anne"s Street" in English. The pubs and restaurants on this street offer beer and other spirits for some of the most competitive prices in Denmark.
Jomfru Ane Gade.

Jomfru Ane Gade is a café and restaurant street during day which, at night, turn into clubs, discos and bars. During the 1990s the street was infamous for being a "hang out" of two biker gangs who were at war for some years all over Scandinavia, but as the bikers disappeared from the street it became even more popular among people of all ages.

During the day, tourists and employees in the city come to Jomfru Ane Gade, especially for its restaurants. In the afternoons some of the cafés open. Around 11 pm the mood of the street changes into more of a party street when younger people arrive.

alborg Carniva
"Carnival in Aalborg", 2008.
The annual Aalborg Carnival takes place in the weekend of week 21 (usually the last week in May). The Carnival is actually three events, the children"s carnival (Børnekarneval), the battle of carnival bands, and the carnival itself.
During the carnival, Aalborg receives about 100,000 people. The children"s carnival is a carnival dedicated to the children, with performances and activities for children. On Friday "The Battle of Carnival Bands" is an exciting and colourful evening with processions through the city when all the participating groups compete to be the leading carnival group.

The carnival itself is the following Saturday – on this day the city centre is full of life. The streets are filled with gaily dressed people who are in a real spring mood. In Kildeparken concerts are given from various stages all day to midnight. The Carnival ends with a grand firework display.

port in Aalbor
alborg B
The city is home to the Danish sports club Aalborg BK, established in 1885 and known as "AaB" for short. The major division in Aalborg Boldspilklub is football division AaB Fodbold, which competes in the Danish Superliga championship. They play their games at Energi Nord Arena. The club has won the Danish Superliga in the 1994/95 season, the 1998/99 season and the 2007/08 season.
The team qualified for the group stages of the 1995-96 and 2008-09 UEFA Champions League seasons.
Aalborg DH in Gigantium Isarena, 2009

ther club
Aalborg is also known for the women"s handball club Aalborg DH. They are established in 2001 and play their games in Gigantium.

ducation in Aalbor
niversity of Aalbor
Aalborg University, 2009
The major college in Aalborg is the University of Aalborg, founded in 1974. It has more than 14,000 students and more than 2,000 employees.

ther colleges in Aalbor
Aalborg Business College, Tech College Aalborg, Royal School of Library and Information Science, University College of Northern Denmark, Aalborghus Gymnasium and Trænregimentet.

One of the two colleges of Profession School University College North Jutland (Danish: Professionshøjskolen University College Nordjylland) can also be found in Aalborg.

ndustr
Aalborg is still an industrial and commercial centre in Denmark, exporting grain, cement and fish. Many of the traditional industries in the city have been closed in recent years and new knowledge based industries have arisen.

raditional industrie
Aalborg is home to De Danske Spritfabrikker"s ("Danish Distillers") akvavit snaps, production facility for the distillation of the Aalborg family of akvavits consisting of 17 different brands. Danish Distillers is Scandinavia"s largest producer and supplier of spirits for consumption, and is the world"s largest producer and exporter of akvavit, supplying over 140 geographic markets.

Aalborg Industries, the world"s largest manufacturer of marine boilers, is headquartered here.

odern industrie
It is the centre of telecommunications industry originating from the University of Aalborg.

eligio
Budolfi Church, 2006
Aalborg is the seat of a bishop within the Danish National Church.

nvironmentalis
Vindmill from Aalborg Østhavn (Aalborg Eastharbour), 2006
The First European Conference on Sustainable Cities and Towns took place in Aalborg, in 1994. The Conference adopted the Aalborg Charter , which provides a framework for the delivery of local sustainable development, and calls on local authorities to engage in Local Agenda 21 processes.

The 4th European Sustainable Cities and Towns Conference ("Aalborg +10": http://www.aalborgplus10.dk/), held in Aalborg in 2004, adopted the Aalborg +10 Commitments. These commitments are an important step forward in turning sustainable urban development from words into real actions.

nternational relation

win towns — Sister citie
Aalborg maintains cultural, economic and educational ties with 27 cities around the globe. Thus, Aalborg has the most twin cities in Denmark. Every four years Aalborg gathers youth from the majority of its twin cities for a week of sports games, known as Ungdomslegene (The Youth Games).



otable peopl
orn in Aalbor
* John of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden, King of Denmark, Norway and Sweden
* Søren Lodberg Hvas, Bishop over Aalborg diocese
* Preben Kaas, actor and comedian
* Henning Munk Jensen, footballer
* Henning Jensen, footballer
* Ebbe Sand, footballer
* Britta Thomsen, Danish politician and Member of the European Parliament
* Hanne Dahl, Danish politician and Member of the European Parliament
* Helle Michaelsen, Playboy playmate
* Benny Nielsen, butterfly swimmer
* Jens Larsen, volleyballer
* Joachim Olsen (31 May 1977), shot putter
* Peter Gade, badminton player
* Anne Van Olst, dressage rider
* Camilla Dallerup, ballroom dancer

onger residence in Aalbor
* Jens Munk (1579–1628), navigator and explorer
* Frederik Ferdinand Tillisch (1801–1889), Danish statesman
* Jørn Utzon, architect grew up in Aalborg
* Peter Adolphsen (* 1972), author grew up in Aalborg
* Bjørn Lomborg, statistician and author grew up in Aalborg
* Bent Flyvbjerg, researcher at Oxford University longer engagement at Aalborg University
* Frank Jensen, politician and former Danish Minister grew up in Aalborg
* Ole Stavad, politician and former Danish Minister educated in Aalborg

ee als
* Category "Aalborg"
* Category "City Districts of Aalborg"
* Category "Towns and settlements in Aalborg Municipality"
* Category "Aalborg Municipality"

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