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Aarhus: The Frederiksbjerg Quarter: For Connoisseurs and gourmets   If you enjoy life to the full, you owe yourself to pay a visit to the streets of M.P. Bruunsgade, Jægergårdsgade, and Frederiks Allé which are all undergoing rapid development and constantly attracting new businesses. Locally   the area is called ‘the larder of Aarhus’ – and justifiably so. Here you will find gorgeous specialist shops offering high-quality foods, designs – and delicatessens – side-by-side with charming…

Aarhus: The Frederiksbjerg Quarter: For Connoisseurs and gourmets If you enjoy life to the full, you owe yourself to pay a visit to the streets of M.P. Bruunsgade, Jægergårdsgade, and Frederiks Allé which are all undergoing rapid development and constantly attracting new businesses. Locally the area is called ‘the larder of Aarhus’ – and justifiably so. Here you will find gorgeous specialist shops offering high-quality foods, designs – and delicatessens – side-by-side with charming…

Architecture of Aarhus University.  #aarhusuniversity #architectureaarhus #aarhustourist

Most Beautiful Universities, Aarhus, Denmark, Aarhus University stair way

Odense, Denmark (#Danmark)

Odense, Denmark (#Danmark)

Aarhus culture house // Creative workspace // Stage // Cinema // Cafe // Office

Aarhus // Godsbanen Photo by Katrine Mark, via Behance freight train station Denmark

Located in the Old Town in Aarhus, Denmark:  The tea garden - Simonsens Have - is situated in some of the museums beautiful old half-timbered houses.   Here you can take a break in the nice atmosphere between all the experiences of The Old Town. The tea garden offers sandwiches, light meals, Danish specialities and a wide selection of home-baked cakes.

Located in the Old Town in Aarhus, Denmark: The tea garden - Simonsens Have - is situated in some of the museums beautiful old half-timbered houses. Here you can take a break in the nice atmosphere between all the experiences of The Old Town. The tea garden offers sandwiches, light meals, Danish specialities and a wide selection of home-baked cakes.

"Den Gamle By" (The old town) in Aarhus, is a living and breathing experience of a market town at the time of Hans Christian Andersen.The geese roam freely on the streets, and the chickens cluck in the pen. From Easter to Christmas, visitors may enjoy jaunts by pony-and-trap. During the main seasons, the Fairground offers amusements for children.

*** Den Gamle By - a Danish Open-Air museum- March - June - April - June (Weekdays) 110 DKK for weekends

Aarhus, Denmark is the 'City of Smiles.' Find out why you should visit.

Aarhus, Denmark - Visiting the City of Smiles

Danish Days - Solvang Danish Folk Dancers. they also dance on Copenhagen and Alisal Road the third Saturday of each month. http://www.solvangusa.com/explore-solvang/what-to-do/danish-days/

Danish Days - Solvang Danish Folk Dancers. they also dance on Copenhagen and Alisal Road the third Saturday of each month. http://www.solvangusa.com/explore-solvang/what-to-do/danish-days/

Aarhus, Denmark - 12th Century Domkirke Church

Aarhus, Denmark: a cultural city guide

#Århus #Aarhus town hall - #Denmark’s second-largest city, a place that finds…

The staircase in town hall designed by the architects Arne Jacobsen and Erik Møller

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