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Architectural buildings in Aarhus

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Musikhuset Aarhus (Aarhus Concert Hall) is a large concert hall complex in Aarhus, Denmark. Located in the city centre, Musikhuset is Aarhus'
Aarhus Rådhus , Aarhus
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Odense, the fairytale town on the island of Funen, is the third-largest city in Denmark. Lovely Odense was the birthplace of the famous children’s author Hans Christian Andersen, and his imagination continues to inspire the town to this day. Walk in H.C. Andersen's footsteps and get a sense of what Odense was like 200 years ago through its historic district. No matter what your interests are, Odense can deliver. Whether you like history, H.C. Andersen, architecture or hiking, it has something here for you. Admire the Cathedral of St. Knuds, a structure built in the 1300s. This Gothic cathedral has a bright, high nave, and many regard it as Denmark's finest Gothic building. Learn all about the famous author at his house, today a set of houses and museums dedicated to his life and works. Enjoy the bustling city and its history, which offers the opportunity to enjoy its historical buildings, the town’s cozy atmosphere, and the aromas of the delicious local cuisine.
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Aarhus University (Danish: Aarhus Universitet, abbreviated AU) is a public research university located in Aarhus, Denmark. It is the second l
Fredericia Vold , Fredericia
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Where to stay in Aarhus

For a price, you can stay close to the main sights of this charming city at one of the many hotels located in Aarhus' historical old town. While it may feel like a romantic small town with its cobbled streets, accommodations here, especially centrally located options or hotels along the marina, are just as expensive as in many other Scandinavian cities. Moderately priced hotels and hostels are limited, so if you are traveling on a budget, book early at a spot outside the city center. For nature lovers passing through the city, there are also campgrounds located near Aarhus in the beautiful surrounding forests.
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