Aarhus was the seat of Aarhus County until the 2007 Danish municipal reform, which substituted the Danish counties with five regions and replaced Aarhus County with Central Denmark Region (Region Midtjylland), seated in Viborg.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aarhus
Aarhus was the seat of Aarhus County until the 2007 Danish municipal reform, which substituted the Danish counties with five regions and replaced Aarhus County with Central Denmark Region (Region Midtjylland), seated in Viborg.
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About Aarhus Jutland's cultural heart, Århus is an exuberant university town with a perfectly preserved old town and a recreated historic village, Den Gamle By. The top draw is the Moesgard Museum of Prehistory, showcasing exhibits from the Stone Age to Viking days and home to the city's most famous citizen, the 2000-year-old Grauballe Man.
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Aarhus & around Aarhus is a city nestled in nature. Combine a few days in Aarhus with adventures on the water at The Lake District or exploring the beaches, forests and national parks of the Aarhus Region.
- Den Gamle By. A large and labyrinthine open-air museum with 75 authentic historic buildings and a large cast of “re-enactors” , Den Gamle By is the ultimate gateway to Danish social history since the 1700s – and a fun day out.
- Moesgaard Museum. This attraction has collections from around the world, but the exhibitions covering Denmark’s past boast artefacts you can’t see anywhere else.
- ARoS. Aarhus has one of the largest art museums in Europe, and it’s also a distinctive landmark in the city thanks in no small part to “your rainbow panorama”, a circular viewing platform and walkway with glass that runs the entire spectrum of light.
- Tivoli Friheden. Urban amusement parks are a way of life in Danish cities, and this goes for Aarhus too, which has the Tivoli Friheden. It’s tucked into the Marselisborg Forest, beech and coniferous woodland that runs along the coast from the southern side of Aarhus.
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