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As the industrial revolution took hold, the city grew to become the second-largest in the country by the 20th century.

Today, Aarhus is at the cultural and economic core of the region and the largest centre for trade, services and industry in Jutland.

The city ranks as the 92nd largest city in the European Union , and as number among world cities. It is also a top conference city in the world.

Major Danish companies have based their headquarters here and people commute for work and leisure from a wide area in Region Midtjylland.

Being the Danish city with the youngest demographics, with 48, inhabitants aged under 18, [2] Aarhus is also the second fastest growing Danish city, with an average growth of 4, people per annum since Aarhus is known for its musical history.

In the s, many jazz clubs sprang up around the city, fuelled by the young population. By the s, the music scene diversified into rock and other genres.

Some Danish cities resisted the new spelling of their names, notably Aalborg and Aabenraa. The renaming came into effect on 1 January Whichever spelling local authorities choose, most newspapers and public institutions will accept it.

It is notable that the "Aa" spelling has been in use the longest. In the buildings and adjoining archaeological layers, everyday utensils like combs, jewellery and basic multi-purpose tools from approximately the year have been found.

There are strong indications of a former royal residence from the Viking Age in Viby , a few kilometres south of the Aarhus city centre.

The bishopric of Aarhus dates back to at least when Adam of Bremen reported the bishop Reginbrand attended the synod of Ingelheim in Germany. The growing influence of the Church during the Middle Ages gradually turned Aarhus, with its bishopric, into a prosperous religious centre.

The official and religious status spurred growth so in the defensive earthen ramparts, ringing the town since the Viking age, were abandoned to accommodate expansion.

Parts of the ramparts are still in existence today and can be experienced as steep slopes at the riverside and they have also survived in some place names of the inner city, including the streets of Volden The Rampart and Graven The Moat.

In , octroi was imposed in larger Danish cities which changed the layout and face of Aarhus over the following decades. Wooden city walls were erected to prevent smuggling, with gates and toll booths on the major thoroughfares, Mejlgade and Studsgade.

The city gates funnelled most traffic through a few streets where merchant quarters were built. The economy turned around as the industrial revolution reached the city and factories with steam-driven machinery became more productive.

In , the electoral laws were reformed leading to elections for the 15 seats on the city council. The rules were initially very strict allowing only the wealthiest citizens to run.

In the elections only citizens qualified out of a total population of more than 7, Larger ships and growing freight volumes made a river harbour increasingly impractical.

In , the harbour was moved to the coast, north of the river where it became the largest industrial harbour outside Copenhagen over the following 15 years.

From the outset, the new harbour was controlled by the city council, as it is to this day. Fifteen years later, in , the city was occupied again, this time for seven months, during the Second Schleswig War.

In spite of wars and occupation the city continued to develop. In , octroi was abolished and the city walls were removed to provide easier access for trade.

Many companies from this time would come to leave permanent iconic marks on Aarhus. KFK established departments all over the country, while its headquarters remained in Aarhus where its large grain silos still stand today.

Aarhus became the largest provincial city in the country by the turn of the century and the city marketed itself as the "Capital of Jutland". On 9 April , Germany invaded Denmark, occupying Aarhus the following day and 5 years hence.

The occupation was a destructive period with major disasters, loss of life and economic depression.

The Port of Aarhus became a hub for supplies to the Baltics and Norway while the surrounding rail network supplied the Atlantic Wall in west Jutland and cargo headed for Germany.

Combined, these factors resulted in a strong German presence, especially in — Small, independent resistance groups first appeared in —42 but the first to co-ordinate with the Freedom Council was the Samsing Group , responsible for most operations from early The increasingly destructive occupation was compounded when an ammunition barge exploded in , destroying much of the harbour and damaging the inner city.

In the s the city entered a period of rapid growth [ clarification needed ] and the service sector overtook trade, industry and crafts as the leading sector of employment for the first time.

Workers gradually began commuting to the city from most of east and central Jutland as the region became more interconnected. The student population tripled between and turning the city into a Danish centre of research and education.

Since the turn of the millennium, Aarhus has seen an unprecedented building boom with many new institutions, infrastructure projects, city districts and recreational areas.

Several of the construction projects are among the largest in Europe, such as the New University Hospital DNU and the harbourfront redevelopment.

Both the skyline and land use of the inner city is changing as former industrial sites are being redeveloped into new city districts and neighbourhoods.

It is among the largest harbourfront projects in Europe. It comprise residential and business buildings and educational institutions.

Construction of Aarhus Letbane , the first light rail system in the country, commenced in , and the first increment was finished in December The next phase will connect to the towns of Odder and Grenaa as well as local lines to Gellerup in the east and a large planned suburb west of Lisbjerg to the north.

Accelerating growth since the early s, brought the inner urban area to roughly , inhabitants by The rapid growth is expected to continue until at least when Aarhus municipality has set an ambitious target for , inhabitants.

A number of larger cities and towns is within easy reach from Aarhus by road and rail, including Randers The land around Aarhus was once covered by forests, remains of which exist in parts of Marselisborg Forest to the south and Riis Skov to the north.

The hilltop is home to a Bronze Age barrow shrouded in local myths and legends. The hilly area around Aarhus consists of a moranial plateau from the last ice age, broken by a complex system of tunnel valleys.

Most parts of the two valleys have been drained and subsequently farmed, but in the early s some of the drainage was removed and parts of the wetlands were restored for environmental reasons.

The coastal cliffs along the Bay of Aarhus consist of shallow tertiary clay from the Eocene and Oligocene 57 to 24 million years ago.

Cfb [86] and the weather is constantly influenced by major weather systems from all four ordinal directions , resulting in unstable conditions throughout the year.

The city centre experiences the same climatic effects as other larger cities with higher wind speeds, more fog, less precipitation and higher temperatures than the surrounding, open land.

Western winds from the Atlantic and North Sea are dominant resulting in more precipitation in western Denmark. In addition, Jutland rises sufficiently in the centre to lift air to higher, colder altitudes contributing to increased precipitation in eastern Jutland.

Combined, these factors make east and south Jutland comparatively wetter than other parts of the country. The geography in the area affects the local climate of the city with the Aarhus Bay imposing a temperate effect on the low-lying valley floor where central Aarhus is located.

Brabrand Lake to the west further contributes to this effect and as a result the valley has a comparably mild, temperate climate. The sandy ground on the valley floor dries up quickly after winter and warms faster in the summer than the surrounding hills of moist-retaining boulder clay.

These conditions affect crops and plants that often bloom 1—2 weeks earlier in the valley than on the northern and southern hillsides.

Because of the northern latitude, number of daylight hours varies considerably between summer and winter. On summer solstice, the sun rises at On winter solstice, it rises at The difference in length of days and nights between summer and winter solstices is 10 hours and 30 minutes.

The city council consists of 31 members elected for four-year terms. When an election has determined the composition of the council, it elects a mayor, two deputy mayors and five aldermen from their ranks.

The first publicly elected mayor of Aarhus was appointed in In the Danish Municipal Reform the current Aarhus municipality was created by merging 20 municipalities.

Aarhus Municipality has 45 electoral wards and polling stations in four electoral districts for the Folketing national Parliament.

Aarhus has increasingly been investing in environmental planning and, in accordance with national policy, aims to be CO2-neutral and independent of fossil fuels for heating by In , the municipality took over three private straw -fired heating plants and the year after, a new 77 MW combined heat and power biomass plant at Lisbjerg Power Station was completed while Studstrup Power Station finished a refit to move from coal to wood chips.

The municipality aims for a coherent and holistic administration of the water cycle to protect against or clean up previous pollution and encourage green growth and self-sufficiency.

The main issues are excessive nutrients , adapting to increasing levels of precipitation brought on by climate change , and securing the water supply.

They have already been refitted for biogas production to become net producers of electricity and heat. Construction began in in several areas, but it is a long process and is scheduled to be finished by Afforestation projects have been undertaken to prevent groundwater pollution , secure drinking water, sequester CO2 , increase biodiversity , create an attractive countryside, provide easy access to nature and offer outdoor activities to the public.

In , the first project, the New Forests of Aarhus , was completed, which aimed to double the forest cover in the municipality and, in , another phase was announced to double forest cover once more before the year Less than a fifth of the municipal population resides beyond city limits and almost all live in an urban area.

The city is home to 75 different religious groups and denominations most of which are Christian or Muslim with a smaller number of Buddhist and Hindu communities.

Since the s there has been a marked growth in diverse new spiritual groups although the total number of followers remains small.

Aarhus has the highest ratio of immigrants in Denmark, Some 15, have come from within Europe, with Poland, Germany, Romania and Norway being the largest contributors.

In Brabrand and Gellerup, two-thirds of the population now have a non-Danish ethnic background. The economy of Aarhus is predominantly knowledge- and service-based, strongly influenced by the University of Aarhus and the large healthcare industry.

The service sector dominates the economy and is growing as the city transitions away from manufacturing.

Trade and transportation remain important sectors, benefiting from the large port and central position on the rail network. Manufacturing has been in slow but steady decline since the s while agriculture has long been a marginal sector within the municipality.

The job market is knowledge and service based and the largest employment sectors are healthcare and social services, trade, education, consulting, research, industry and telecommunications.

The wind industry employs about a thousand people within the municipality making it a central component in the local economy.

Since the early s, the city has experienced an influx of larger companies moving from other parts of the Jutland peninsula.

The facilities handle some 9. Grain is the principal export, while feedstuffs , stone, cement and coal are among the chief imports.

The ferry terminal presents the only alternative to the Great Belt Link for passenger transport between Jutland and Zealand.

It has served different ferry companies since the first steamship route to Copenhagen opened in Currently Mols-Linien operates the route and annually transports some 2 million passengers and a million vehicles.

Since the early s the port has increasingly become a destination for cruise lines operating in the Baltic Sea. Some estimates put the number of visitors spending at least one night as high as , a year, most of them Danes from other regions, the remainder coming mainly from Norway, Sweden, northern Germany and the United Kingdom.

The average stay is little more than three days on average. There are more than 30 tourist information spots across the city, some of them staffed, while others are on-line, publicly accessible touch screens.

The official tourist information service in Aarhus is organised under VisitAaarhus, a corporate foundation initiated in by Aarhus Municipality and local commercial interest organisations.

The organisation is owned partly by Aarhus University and private investors and aims to foster close relationships between public institutions and startup companies.

Another major centre for knowledge is Agro Food Park in Skejby , established to facilitate co-operation between companies and public institutions working within food science and agriculture.

In addition, Aarhus is home to the Aarhus School of Architecture , one of two Danish Ministry of Education institutions that provide degree programs in architecture, and some of the largest architecture firms in the Nordic Countries such as schmidt hammer lassen architects , Arkitema Architects and C.

To promote the "cluster" the School of Architecture will be given new school buildings centrally in the new Freight Station Neighborhood , planned for development in the s.

In the interim the city council supports a culture, business and education centre in the area which may continue in the future neighbourhood in some form.

The future occupants of the neighbourhood will be businesses and organisations selected for their ability to be involved in the local community and it is hoped the area will evolve into a hotspot for creativity and design.

Aarhus has developed in stages, from the Viking age to modern times, all visible in the city today. The street network in the inner city formed during the Middle Ages with narrow, curved streets and low, dense housing by the river and coast.

By far, the largest part of the present day city was built during and after the industrialization of the late s and the most represented architectural styles are historicism and modernism , especially Danish functionalism of which there are many fine examples.

It is smaller and less impressive, but it was the first cathedral of Aarhus and founded on an even older church constructed in ; the oldest stone church in Scandinavia.

Parts of this former church were excavated in the s and can now be experienced as a crypt beneath the nave of Vor Frue Kirke.

Tivoli Friheden Tivoli Freedom opened in and has since been the largest amusement park in the city and a tourist attraction.

Aarhus Theatre from in the Art Nouveau style is the largest provincial theatre in Denmark. Aarhus is home to many annual cultural events and festivals, museums, theatres, and sport events of both national and international importance, and presents some of the largest cultural attractions in Denmark.

There is a long tradition here in music of all genres and many Danish bands have emerged from Aarhus. Libraries, cultural centres and educational institutions present free or easy opportunities for the citizens to participate in, engage in, or be creative with cultural events and productions of all kinds.

Since , Aarhus has marketed itself as Smilets by City of smiles which has become both an informal moniker and official slogan. In , the city council opted to change the slogan to "Aarhus.

Danish for Progress" but it was unpopular and abandoned after just a few years. Aarhus has a range of museums, including two of the largest in the country, measured by the number of paying guests, Den Gamle By and ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum.

The iconic glass structure on the roof, Your Rainbow Panorama , was designed by Olafur Eliasson and features a promenade offering a colourful panorama of the city.

Libraries in Denmark are also cultural and community centres. They play an active role in the cultural life and host many events, exhibitions, discussion groups, workshops, educational courses and facilitate everyday cultural activities for and by the citizens.

In June , the large central library and cultural centre of Dokk1 opened at the harbour front. Dokk1 also includes civil administrations and services, commercial office rentals and a large underground robotic car park and aims to be a landmark for the city and a public meeting place.

The building of Dokk1 and the associated squares and streetscape is also collectively known as Urban Mediaspace Aarhus and it is the largest construction project Aarhus municipality has ever undertaken.

There are also several cultural and community centres scattered throughout the city. Musikhuset is the largest concert hall in Scandinavia, with seating for more than 3, people.

Other major music venues include VoxHall, rebuilt in , and the associated venue of Atlas, Train nightclub at the harbourfront, and Godsbanen , a former rail freight station.

Aarhus Teater is the oldest and largest venue with mostly professional classical acting performances. Aarhus hosts many annual or recurring festivals, concerts and events, with the festival of Aarhus Festuge as the most popular and wide-ranging, along with large sports events.

There are numerous music festivals; the eight-day Aarhus International Jazz Festival features jazz in many venues across the city. It was founded in and takes place in either July, August or September every year.

NorthSide Festival presents well known bands every year in mid June on large outdoor scenes. It is a new event, founded in , but grew from a one-day event to a three-day festival in its first three years, now with 35, paying guests in Danmarks grimmeste festival lit.

Aarhus also hosts recurring events dedicated to specific art genres. International Living theatre ILT is a bi-annual festival, established in , with performing arts and stage art on a broad scale.

The festival has a vision of showing the best plays and stage art experiences of the world, by presenting the best stage art companies of the world, while at the same time attracting stage art interested people from both Aarhus and Europe at large.

Notable events of a local scope include the university boat-race, held in the University Park since , which has become a local spectator event attracting some 20, people.

The beech forests of Riis Skov and Marselisborg occupy the hills along the coast to the north and south, and apart from the city centre, sandy beaches form the coastline of the entire municipality.

There are two public seabaths, the northern Den Permanente below Riis Skov and close to the harbour area, and the southern Ballehage Beach in the Marselisborg Forests.

As in most of Denmark, there are no private beaches in the municipality, but access to Den Permanente requires a membership, except in the summer.

The relatively mild, temperate marine climate, allows for outdoor recreation year round, including walking, hiking, cycling and outdoor team sports.

Mountain biking is usually restricted to marked routes. Recreational and transportational pathways for pedestrians and cyclists, radiate from the city centre to the countryside, providing safety from motorised vehicles and a more tranquil experience.

Originally used to cultivate fruit trees and other useful plants for the local citizens, there are now a significant collection of trees and bushes from different habitats and regions of the world, including a section devoted to native Danish plants.

Marselisborg Forests and Riis Skov, has a long history for recreational activities of all kinds, including several restaurants, hotels and opportunities for green exercise.

There are marked routes here for jogging, running and mountain biking and large events are hosted regularly. This includes running events, cycle racing and orienteering , the annual Classic Race Aarhus with historic racing cars, all attracting thousands of people.

Sections of the forest comprise trees and vegetation representing specific climatic epochs from the last Ice Age to the present.

Dotted across the landscape are reconstructed Stone Age and Bronze Age graves, buildings from the Iron Age, Viking Age and medieval times, with grazing goats, sheep and horses in between.

Aarhus has a large variety of restaurants and eateries offering food from cultures all over the world, especially Mediterranean and Asian, but also international gourmet cuisine, traditional Danish food and New Nordic Cuisine.

There are increasingly more outlets inspired by other cultural flavours such as sushi , kebab and currywurst. Aarhus has a robust and diverse nightlife.

The nightlife scene offers everything from small joints with cheap alcohol and a homely atmosphere to fashionable night clubs serving champagne and cocktails or small and large music venues with bars, dance floors and lounges.

Clemens with A Hereford Beefstouw restaurant across the cathedral. Ordering "a set" suffices in most bars and pubs.

The brewery is located in the southern district of Viby and a large variety of their craft brews are available there, in most larger well-assorted stores in the city, and in some bars and restaurants as well.

The Aarhus dialect, commonly called Aarhusiansk Aarhusian in English , is a Jutlandic dialect in the Mid-Eastern Jutland dialect area , traditionally spoken in and around Aarhus.

Aarhusian, however, still has a strong presence in older segments of the population and in areas with high numbers of immigrants, surprisingly.

Like other dialects in East Jutland, it has two grammatical genders , similar to Standard Danish, but different from West Jutlandic dialects, which have only one.

The municipality actively supports sports organisations in and around the city, providing public organisations that aim to attract major sporting events and strengthen professional sports.

In recent decades, many free and public sports facilities have sprung up across the city, such as street football , basketball, climbing walls , skateboarding and beach volley.

Several natural sites also offer green exercise , with exercise equipment installed along the paths and tracks reserved for mountain biking.

Aarhus is the principal centre for education in the Jutland region. It draws students from a large area, especially from the western and southern parts of the peninsula.

The relatively large influx of young people and students creates a natural base for cultural activities. In addition to around 25 institutions of higher education, several research forums have evolved to assist in the transfer of expertise from education to business.

The university has approximately 41, Bachelor and Master students enrolled as well as about 1, PhD students. Aarhus Tech is one of the largest technical colleges in Denmark, teaching undergraduate study programmes in English, including vocational education and training VET , continuing vocational training CVT , and human resource development.

The latter is offered through the Centre for University studies in Journalism, granting degrees through the university.

In , it merged administratively with the Royal Academy of Music in Aalborg, which was founded in VIA University College was established in January and is one of eight new regional organisations offering bachelor courses of all kinds, throughout the Central Denmark Region.

It offers over 50 higher educations, taught in Danish or sometimes in English, with vocational education and it participates in various research and development projects.

With an enrolment of approximately students, it teaches in five main departments: Aarhus has two ring roads ; Ring 1 , roughly encircling the central district of Aarhus C, and the outlying Ring 2.

In the inner city, motorised traffic is highly regulated, larger parts are pedestrianised and in the s, a system of roads prioritised for cyclists have been implemented, connecting to suburban areas.

The main railway station in Aarhus is Aarhus Central Station located in the city centre. Aarhus Letbane is an electric light rail or tram system that opened in December , connecting the central station and the inner city with the University Hospital in Skejby and also replaced local railway services to Grenaa and Odder in late It is the first electric light rail system in Denmark and more routes are planned to open in coming years.

Tickets for the light rail are also valable in local yellow bus lines. There has been much discussion about constructing a new airport closer to the city for many years, but so far, no plans have been realised.

The bicycles are available from 1 April to 30 October at 57 stands throughout the city and can be obtained by placing a DKK 20 coin in a release slot, like caddies in a supermarket.

The coin can be retrieved when the bike is returned at a random stand. Bicycles can also be hired from many shops. Aarhus is home to Aarhus University Hospital , one of six Danish "Super Hospitals" officially established in when the regions reformed the Danish healthcare sector.

It is today the largest hospital in Denmark with a combined staff of some 10, and 1, patient beds, across five locations. The hospital is divided in four clinical centres, a service centre and one administrative unit along with twelve research centres.

Private hospitals specialised in different areas from plastic surgery to fertility treatments operate in Aarhus as well. Ciconia Aarhus Private Hospital founded in is a leading Danish fertility clinic and the first of its kind in Denmark.

Ciconia has provided for the birth of 6, children by artificial insemination and continually conducts research into the field of fertility.

With a reputation as a serious news publication, the paper has always included news from Jutland in particular, but somewhat less so since its promotion as a national newspaper in the s.

Today it is one of the three bestselling serious newspapers in Denmark, the others being Berlingske and Politiken. Danmarks Radio has a large department in Aarhus with over employees.

The station broadcasts regional news and current affairs television and radio programmes. The school works closely with Aarhus University, where the first journalism course was established in Aarhus is home to 32 consulates and the city is twinned with seven cities, all co-operating in the spheres of public schools, culture, welfare and commercial interests.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the city in Denmark. For the convention on public participation, see Aarhus Convention.

For the meteorite, see Aarhus meteorite. City in Central Jutland, Denmark. From onwards, the club experienced some of its worst ever results, which led to relegations in the —06 , —10 and —14 season.

Each time, however, the club secured a quick return to the top-flight. Nielsen had been successful as director of Randers where he had managed to secure fine economic results.

AGF also hired a new sporting director and Morten Wieghorst as manager. On 6 December , however, Nielsen announced that Wieghorst was fired and that former Danish champion Glen Riddersholm was hired as his replacement.

With Glen Riddersholm as manager AGF finished the season in tenth place having won 3 games, drawn 7, and lost 5 in the remainder of the season.

In the season AGF finished 11th after having played relegation play-off matches in the new league structure introduced that season. On 30 September Riddersholm was fired due to inconsistent results.

At that point AGF was 7th in the league having started the season with 4 wins, 5 defeats, and 2 draws. New manager was David Nielsen who started with 4 consecutive league defeats but finished the season in 7th place after losing a European play-off final against FC Copenhagen Galehuset , The front Danish: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules.

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The economy turned around as the industrial revolution reached the city and factories with steam-driven machinery became more productive. In , the electoral laws were reformed leading to elections for the 15 seats on the city council.

The rules were initially very strict allowing only the wealthiest citizens to run. In the elections only citizens qualified out of a total population of more than 7, Larger ships and growing freight volumes made a river harbour increasingly impractical.

In , the harbour was moved to the coast, north of the river where it became the largest industrial harbour outside Copenhagen over the following 15 years.

From the outset, the new harbour was controlled by the city council, as it is to this day. Fifteen years later, in , the city was occupied again, this time for seven months, during the Second Schleswig War.

In spite of wars and occupation the city continued to develop. In , octroi was abolished and the city walls were removed to provide easier access for trade.

Many companies from this time would come to leave permanent iconic marks on Aarhus. KFK established departments all over the country, while its headquarters remained in Aarhus where its large grain silos still stand today.

Aarhus became the largest provincial city in the country by the turn of the century and the city marketed itself as the "Capital of Jutland".

On 9 April , Germany invaded Denmark, occupying Aarhus the following day and 5 years hence. The occupation was a destructive period with major disasters, loss of life and economic depression.

The Port of Aarhus became a hub for supplies to the Baltics and Norway while the surrounding rail network supplied the Atlantic Wall in west Jutland and cargo headed for Germany.

Combined, these factors resulted in a strong German presence, especially in — Small, independent resistance groups first appeared in —42 but the first to co-ordinate with the Freedom Council was the Samsing Group , responsible for most operations from early The increasingly destructive occupation was compounded when an ammunition barge exploded in , destroying much of the harbour and damaging the inner city.

In the s the city entered a period of rapid growth [ clarification needed ] and the service sector overtook trade, industry and crafts as the leading sector of employment for the first time.

Workers gradually began commuting to the city from most of east and central Jutland as the region became more interconnected. The student population tripled between and turning the city into a Danish centre of research and education.

Since the turn of the millennium, Aarhus has seen an unprecedented building boom with many new institutions, infrastructure projects, city districts and recreational areas.

Several of the construction projects are among the largest in Europe, such as the New University Hospital DNU and the harbourfront redevelopment.

Both the skyline and land use of the inner city is changing as former industrial sites are being redeveloped into new city districts and neighbourhoods.

It is among the largest harbourfront projects in Europe. It comprise residential and business buildings and educational institutions.

Construction of Aarhus Letbane , the first light rail system in the country, commenced in , and the first increment was finished in December The next phase will connect to the towns of Odder and Grenaa as well as local lines to Gellerup in the east and a large planned suburb west of Lisbjerg to the north.

Accelerating growth since the early s, brought the inner urban area to roughly , inhabitants by The rapid growth is expected to continue until at least when Aarhus municipality has set an ambitious target for , inhabitants.

A number of larger cities and towns is within easy reach from Aarhus by road and rail, including Randers The land around Aarhus was once covered by forests, remains of which exist in parts of Marselisborg Forest to the south and Riis Skov to the north.

The hilltop is home to a Bronze Age barrow shrouded in local myths and legends. The hilly area around Aarhus consists of a moranial plateau from the last ice age, broken by a complex system of tunnel valleys.

Most parts of the two valleys have been drained and subsequently farmed, but in the early s some of the drainage was removed and parts of the wetlands were restored for environmental reasons.

The coastal cliffs along the Bay of Aarhus consist of shallow tertiary clay from the Eocene and Oligocene 57 to 24 million years ago.

Cfb [86] and the weather is constantly influenced by major weather systems from all four ordinal directions , resulting in unstable conditions throughout the year.

The city centre experiences the same climatic effects as other larger cities with higher wind speeds, more fog, less precipitation and higher temperatures than the surrounding, open land.

Western winds from the Atlantic and North Sea are dominant resulting in more precipitation in western Denmark. In addition, Jutland rises sufficiently in the centre to lift air to higher, colder altitudes contributing to increased precipitation in eastern Jutland.

Combined, these factors make east and south Jutland comparatively wetter than other parts of the country. The geography in the area affects the local climate of the city with the Aarhus Bay imposing a temperate effect on the low-lying valley floor where central Aarhus is located.

Brabrand Lake to the west further contributes to this effect and as a result the valley has a comparably mild, temperate climate.

The sandy ground on the valley floor dries up quickly after winter and warms faster in the summer than the surrounding hills of moist-retaining boulder clay.

These conditions affect crops and plants that often bloom 1—2 weeks earlier in the valley than on the northern and southern hillsides. Because of the northern latitude, number of daylight hours varies considerably between summer and winter.

On summer solstice, the sun rises at On winter solstice, it rises at The difference in length of days and nights between summer and winter solstices is 10 hours and 30 minutes.

The city council consists of 31 members elected for four-year terms. When an election has determined the composition of the council, it elects a mayor, two deputy mayors and five aldermen from their ranks.

The first publicly elected mayor of Aarhus was appointed in In the Danish Municipal Reform the current Aarhus municipality was created by merging 20 municipalities.

Aarhus Municipality has 45 electoral wards and polling stations in four electoral districts for the Folketing national Parliament.

Aarhus has increasingly been investing in environmental planning and, in accordance with national policy, aims to be CO2-neutral and independent of fossil fuels for heating by In , the municipality took over three private straw -fired heating plants and the year after, a new 77 MW combined heat and power biomass plant at Lisbjerg Power Station was completed while Studstrup Power Station finished a refit to move from coal to wood chips.

The municipality aims for a coherent and holistic administration of the water cycle to protect against or clean up previous pollution and encourage green growth and self-sufficiency.

The main issues are excessive nutrients , adapting to increasing levels of precipitation brought on by climate change , and securing the water supply.

They have already been refitted for biogas production to become net producers of electricity and heat. Construction began in in several areas, but it is a long process and is scheduled to be finished by Afforestation projects have been undertaken to prevent groundwater pollution , secure drinking water, sequester CO2 , increase biodiversity , create an attractive countryside, provide easy access to nature and offer outdoor activities to the public.

In , the first project, the New Forests of Aarhus , was completed, which aimed to double the forest cover in the municipality and, in , another phase was announced to double forest cover once more before the year Less than a fifth of the municipal population resides beyond city limits and almost all live in an urban area.

The city is home to 75 different religious groups and denominations most of which are Christian or Muslim with a smaller number of Buddhist and Hindu communities.

Since the s there has been a marked growth in diverse new spiritual groups although the total number of followers remains small.

Aarhus has the highest ratio of immigrants in Denmark, Some 15, have come from within Europe, with Poland, Germany, Romania and Norway being the largest contributors.

In Brabrand and Gellerup, two-thirds of the population now have a non-Danish ethnic background. The economy of Aarhus is predominantly knowledge- and service-based, strongly influenced by the University of Aarhus and the large healthcare industry.

The service sector dominates the economy and is growing as the city transitions away from manufacturing. Trade and transportation remain important sectors, benefiting from the large port and central position on the rail network.

Manufacturing has been in slow but steady decline since the s while agriculture has long been a marginal sector within the municipality.

The job market is knowledge and service based and the largest employment sectors are healthcare and social services, trade, education, consulting, research, industry and telecommunications.

The wind industry employs about a thousand people within the municipality making it a central component in the local economy.

Since the early s, the city has experienced an influx of larger companies moving from other parts of the Jutland peninsula. The facilities handle some 9.

Grain is the principal export, while feedstuffs , stone, cement and coal are among the chief imports. The ferry terminal presents the only alternative to the Great Belt Link for passenger transport between Jutland and Zealand.

It has served different ferry companies since the first steamship route to Copenhagen opened in Currently Mols-Linien operates the route and annually transports some 2 million passengers and a million vehicles.

Since the early s the port has increasingly become a destination for cruise lines operating in the Baltic Sea.

Some estimates put the number of visitors spending at least one night as high as , a year, most of them Danes from other regions, the remainder coming mainly from Norway, Sweden, northern Germany and the United Kingdom.

The average stay is little more than three days on average. There are more than 30 tourist information spots across the city, some of them staffed, while others are on-line, publicly accessible touch screens.

The official tourist information service in Aarhus is organised under VisitAaarhus, a corporate foundation initiated in by Aarhus Municipality and local commercial interest organisations.

The organisation is owned partly by Aarhus University and private investors and aims to foster close relationships between public institutions and startup companies.

Another major centre for knowledge is Agro Food Park in Skejby , established to facilitate co-operation between companies and public institutions working within food science and agriculture.

In addition, Aarhus is home to the Aarhus School of Architecture , one of two Danish Ministry of Education institutions that provide degree programs in architecture, and some of the largest architecture firms in the Nordic Countries such as schmidt hammer lassen architects , Arkitema Architects and C.

To promote the "cluster" the School of Architecture will be given new school buildings centrally in the new Freight Station Neighborhood , planned for development in the s.

In the interim the city council supports a culture, business and education centre in the area which may continue in the future neighbourhood in some form.

The future occupants of the neighbourhood will be businesses and organisations selected for their ability to be involved in the local community and it is hoped the area will evolve into a hotspot for creativity and design.

Aarhus has developed in stages, from the Viking age to modern times, all visible in the city today. The street network in the inner city formed during the Middle Ages with narrow, curved streets and low, dense housing by the river and coast.

By far, the largest part of the present day city was built during and after the industrialization of the late s and the most represented architectural styles are historicism and modernism , especially Danish functionalism of which there are many fine examples.

It is smaller and less impressive, but it was the first cathedral of Aarhus and founded on an even older church constructed in ; the oldest stone church in Scandinavia.

Parts of this former church were excavated in the s and can now be experienced as a crypt beneath the nave of Vor Frue Kirke. Tivoli Friheden Tivoli Freedom opened in and has since been the largest amusement park in the city and a tourist attraction.

Aarhus Theatre from in the Art Nouveau style is the largest provincial theatre in Denmark. Aarhus is home to many annual cultural events and festivals, museums, theatres, and sport events of both national and international importance, and presents some of the largest cultural attractions in Denmark.

There is a long tradition here in music of all genres and many Danish bands have emerged from Aarhus. Libraries, cultural centres and educational institutions present free or easy opportunities for the citizens to participate in, engage in, or be creative with cultural events and productions of all kinds.

Since , Aarhus has marketed itself as Smilets by City of smiles which has become both an informal moniker and official slogan. In , the city council opted to change the slogan to "Aarhus.

Danish for Progress" but it was unpopular and abandoned after just a few years. Aarhus has a range of museums, including two of the largest in the country, measured by the number of paying guests, Den Gamle By and ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum.

The iconic glass structure on the roof, Your Rainbow Panorama , was designed by Olafur Eliasson and features a promenade offering a colourful panorama of the city.

Libraries in Denmark are also cultural and community centres. They play an active role in the cultural life and host many events, exhibitions, discussion groups, workshops, educational courses and facilitate everyday cultural activities for and by the citizens.

In June , the large central library and cultural centre of Dokk1 opened at the harbour front. Dokk1 also includes civil administrations and services, commercial office rentals and a large underground robotic car park and aims to be a landmark for the city and a public meeting place.

The building of Dokk1 and the associated squares and streetscape is also collectively known as Urban Mediaspace Aarhus and it is the largest construction project Aarhus municipality has ever undertaken.

There are also several cultural and community centres scattered throughout the city. Musikhuset is the largest concert hall in Scandinavia, with seating for more than 3, people.

Other major music venues include VoxHall, rebuilt in , and the associated venue of Atlas, Train nightclub at the harbourfront, and Godsbanen , a former rail freight station.

Aarhus Teater is the oldest and largest venue with mostly professional classical acting performances. Aarhus hosts many annual or recurring festivals, concerts and events, with the festival of Aarhus Festuge as the most popular and wide-ranging, along with large sports events.

There are numerous music festivals; the eight-day Aarhus International Jazz Festival features jazz in many venues across the city. It was founded in and takes place in either July, August or September every year.

NorthSide Festival presents well known bands every year in mid June on large outdoor scenes. It is a new event, founded in , but grew from a one-day event to a three-day festival in its first three years, now with 35, paying guests in Danmarks grimmeste festival lit.

Aarhus also hosts recurring events dedicated to specific art genres. International Living theatre ILT is a bi-annual festival, established in , with performing arts and stage art on a broad scale.

The festival has a vision of showing the best plays and stage art experiences of the world, by presenting the best stage art companies of the world, while at the same time attracting stage art interested people from both Aarhus and Europe at large.

Notable events of a local scope include the university boat-race, held in the University Park since , which has become a local spectator event attracting some 20, people.

The beech forests of Riis Skov and Marselisborg occupy the hills along the coast to the north and south, and apart from the city centre, sandy beaches form the coastline of the entire municipality.

There are two public seabaths, the northern Den Permanente below Riis Skov and close to the harbour area, and the southern Ballehage Beach in the Marselisborg Forests.

As in most of Denmark, there are no private beaches in the municipality, but access to Den Permanente requires a membership, except in the summer.

The relatively mild, temperate marine climate, allows for outdoor recreation year round, including walking, hiking, cycling and outdoor team sports.

Mountain biking is usually restricted to marked routes. Recreational and transportational pathways for pedestrians and cyclists, radiate from the city centre to the countryside, providing safety from motorised vehicles and a more tranquil experience.

Originally used to cultivate fruit trees and other useful plants for the local citizens, there are now a significant collection of trees and bushes from different habitats and regions of the world, including a section devoted to native Danish plants.

Marselisborg Forests and Riis Skov, has a long history for recreational activities of all kinds, including several restaurants, hotels and opportunities for green exercise.

There are marked routes here for jogging, running and mountain biking and large events are hosted regularly. This includes running events, cycle racing and orienteering , the annual Classic Race Aarhus with historic racing cars, all attracting thousands of people.

Sections of the forest comprise trees and vegetation representing specific climatic epochs from the last Ice Age to the present.

Dotted across the landscape are reconstructed Stone Age and Bronze Age graves, buildings from the Iron Age, Viking Age and medieval times, with grazing goats, sheep and horses in between.

Aarhus has a large variety of restaurants and eateries offering food from cultures all over the world, especially Mediterranean and Asian, but also international gourmet cuisine, traditional Danish food and New Nordic Cuisine.

There are increasingly more outlets inspired by other cultural flavours such as sushi , kebab and currywurst. Aarhus has a robust and diverse nightlife.

The nightlife scene offers everything from small joints with cheap alcohol and a homely atmosphere to fashionable night clubs serving champagne and cocktails or small and large music venues with bars, dance floors and lounges.

Clemens with A Hereford Beefstouw restaurant across the cathedral. Ordering "a set" suffices in most bars and pubs. The brewery is located in the southern district of Viby and a large variety of their craft brews are available there, in most larger well-assorted stores in the city, and in some bars and restaurants as well.

The Aarhus dialect, commonly called Aarhusiansk Aarhusian in English , is a Jutlandic dialect in the Mid-Eastern Jutland dialect area , traditionally spoken in and around Aarhus.

Aarhusian, however, still has a strong presence in older segments of the population and in areas with high numbers of immigrants, surprisingly. Like other dialects in East Jutland, it has two grammatical genders , similar to Standard Danish, but different from West Jutlandic dialects, which have only one.

The municipality actively supports sports organisations in and around the city, providing public organisations that aim to attract major sporting events and strengthen professional sports.

In recent decades, many free and public sports facilities have sprung up across the city, such as street football , basketball, climbing walls , skateboarding and beach volley.

Several natural sites also offer green exercise , with exercise equipment installed along the paths and tracks reserved for mountain biking.

Aarhus is the principal centre for education in the Jutland region. It draws students from a large area, especially from the western and southern parts of the peninsula.

The relatively large influx of young people and students creates a natural base for cultural activities. In addition to around 25 institutions of higher education, several research forums have evolved to assist in the transfer of expertise from education to business.

The university has approximately 41, Bachelor and Master students enrolled as well as about 1, PhD students. Aarhus Tech is one of the largest technical colleges in Denmark, teaching undergraduate study programmes in English, including vocational education and training VET , continuing vocational training CVT , and human resource development.

The latter is offered through the Centre for University studies in Journalism, granting degrees through the university.

In , it merged administratively with the Royal Academy of Music in Aalborg, which was founded in VIA University College was established in January and is one of eight new regional organisations offering bachelor courses of all kinds, throughout the Central Denmark Region.

It offers over 50 higher educations, taught in Danish or sometimes in English, with vocational education and it participates in various research and development projects.

With an enrolment of approximately students, it teaches in five main departments: Aarhus has two ring roads ; Ring 1 , roughly encircling the central district of Aarhus C, and the outlying Ring 2.

In the inner city, motorised traffic is highly regulated, larger parts are pedestrianised and in the s, a system of roads prioritised for cyclists have been implemented, connecting to suburban areas.

The main railway station in Aarhus is Aarhus Central Station located in the city centre. Aarhus Letbane is an electric light rail or tram system that opened in December , connecting the central station and the inner city with the University Hospital in Skejby and also replaced local railway services to Grenaa and Odder in late It is the first electric light rail system in Denmark and more routes are planned to open in coming years.

Tickets for the light rail are also valable in local yellow bus lines. There has been much discussion about constructing a new airport closer to the city for many years, but so far, no plans have been realised.

The bicycles are available from 1 April to 30 October at 57 stands throughout the city and can be obtained by placing a DKK 20 coin in a release slot, like caddies in a supermarket.

The coin can be retrieved when the bike is returned at a random stand. Bicycles can also be hired from many shops. Aarhus is home to Aarhus University Hospital , one of six Danish "Super Hospitals" officially established in when the regions reformed the Danish healthcare sector.

It is today the largest hospital in Denmark with a combined staff of some 10, and 1, patient beds, across five locations. The hospital is divided in four clinical centres, a service centre and one administrative unit along with twelve research centres.

Private hospitals specialised in different areas from plastic surgery to fertility treatments operate in Aarhus as well. Ciconia Aarhus Private Hospital founded in is a leading Danish fertility clinic and the first of its kind in Denmark.

Ciconia has provided for the birth of 6, children by artificial insemination and continually conducts research into the field of fertility. With a reputation as a serious news publication, the paper has always included news from Jutland in particular, but somewhat less so since its promotion as a national newspaper in the s.

Today it is one of the three bestselling serious newspapers in Denmark, the others being Berlingske and Politiken.

Danmarks Radio has a large department in Aarhus with over employees. The station broadcasts regional news and current affairs television and radio programmes.

The school works closely with Aarhus University, where the first journalism course was established in Aarhus is home to 32 consulates and the city is twinned with seven cities, all co-operating in the spheres of public schools, culture, welfare and commercial interests.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the city in Denmark. For the convention on public participation, see Aarhus Convention.

For the meteorite, see Aarhus meteorite. City in Central Jutland, Denmark. From top and left to right: Smilets by City of smiles.

For further information about politics, see Aarhus Municipality and List of mayors of Aarhus. List of parks in Aarhus. List of educational institutions in Aarhus.

List of twin towns and sister cities in Denmark. Petersburg , Russia since Turku , Finland since List of people from Aarhus. Retrieved 8 April Retrieved 26 June Retrieved 15 January Retrieved 25 April Retrieved 16 July Retrieved 27 June Archived from the original on 8 August Retrieved 21 October Archived from the original on 14 September Retrieved 15 August Archived from the original on 21 April Retrieved 26 July Aarhus Kommunes digitale korttjenester in Danish.

Archived from the original on 4 March Each time, however, the club secured a quick return to the top-flight.

Nielsen had been successful as director of Randers where he had managed to secure fine economic results. AGF also hired a new sporting director and Morten Wieghorst as manager.

On 6 December , however, Nielsen announced that Wieghorst was fired and that former Danish champion Glen Riddersholm was hired as his replacement.

With Glen Riddersholm as manager AGF finished the season in tenth place having won 3 games, drawn 7, and lost 5 in the remainder of the season.

In the season AGF finished 11th after having played relegation play-off matches in the new league structure introduced that season. On 30 September Riddersholm was fired due to inconsistent results.

At that point AGF was 7th in the league having started the season with 4 wins, 5 defeats, and 2 draws.

New manager was David Nielsen who started with 4 consecutive league defeats but finished the season in 7th place after losing a European play-off final against FC Copenhagen Galehuset , The front Danish: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules.

Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Since , AGF has played 68 seasons at the highest level in Danish football, which is a record.

AGF has also played 1. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retired numbers in football. Aarhus Gymnastikforening in European football.

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