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Aalborg is een zeehaven in de regio Nordjylland. Het is de vierde grootste stad van het land en de hoofdstad van de regio Nordjylland (Noord-Jutland).
De eerste nederzettingen in het huidige stadsgebied zijn meer dan 1000 jaar oud. Bij de Lindholm Høje, een heuvel ten noorden van de stad, vonden daarmaals rituele begravenissen plaats.
De eerste vermelding van Aalborg is gedateerd op het jaar 1040.
Aarhus, the city with nearly 300,000 inhabitants, is located on the east coast of the Danish mainland. Århus has a university and a major seaport. Historically, the town was founded as a Viking settlement and was episcopal see in the early Middle Ages. From the Middle Ages also originate some important attractions of the city. In the 16th century Århus experienced the upswing as a commercial and port city.
The little island Aaeroemir with approximately 7,200 residents is only 28 kilometres long and 8 kilometres wide. The island is located on the southerly entrance of the "little belt" and surrounded by Funen in the north, Langeland in the east, Schleswig-Holstein in the south and Alsen in the west and counts towards one of the most beautiful islands which the south Finish islands sea has to offer. Aeroe is the only one of the great Danish Baltic Sea - islands, which is not connected with the outside world through one bridge. As a consequence there is no transit traffic and the road traffic is kept within a limit.
Aeroe has excellent tourist facilities.
Ærøskøbing is considered the most picturesque town on the island and beyond that as one of the most beautiful towns in Denmark. The city itself has about 1,000 inhabitants, is a listed building and received in 2002 Europa Nostra Award.
Ærøskøbing is a city from the early Middle Ages. It recently celebrated its 750th anniversary, a port city with tradition.
Many of the houses from the 17th and 18th centuries are national monuments, Ærøskøbing is probably the city's best preserved Denmark from this time.
The old harbor has been extended to a marina and the beach »Vesterstrand" with its little colored bath houses is located just a few minutes walk from town and harbor.
Anholt is een Deens eiland met circa 170 inwoners, gelegen in het Kattegat, het zeegebied tussen Jütland en de Zweedse westkust. Reeds in het Stenen Tijdperk was het eiland, dit bewijzen archeologische vondsten, al permanent bewoond.
Ærøskøbing is located on the island of Aro, which belongs to Denmark and lies east of the mainland in the Baltic Sea. The island is very charming and very green, perfect for walks and bike rides. Ærøskøbing is the capital of the island and has an important port at which many sailboats dock. From here you can also starton trips to the surrounding area.
De stad van Bagenkop 550 inwoners ligt in het zuiden van de Deense Oostzee eiland van Langeland en er is onderdeel van Langeland gemeente. Kenmerk van het gebied voor Bagenkop, alsmede voor het eiland zijn in het algemeen, de zogenaamde 'hoed Hill', die aan het einde van de laatste ijstijd gevormd.
Bornholm with its neighboring island Christiansø is the easternmost island of Denmark. The Baltic island is located between Skåne and Eastern Pomerania, approximately 150km southeast of Copenhagen, but only about 40 km from the south coast of Sweden. Bornholm was in terms of landscape marked by the ice age. In the glacial melt phase to the east the Ronne formed a large river delta. Through floatation of considerable quantities of sand a larger plain was formed.
The easternmost point of Denmark is located on the small island group Ertholmene, Peas Islands, approximately one hour boat ride from Bornholm. Christiansoe is besides Frederiksoe the largest inhabited island. A suspension bridge connects the two together - around 100 inhabitants live here. They almost live for themselves, because there are neither pets nor cars. The islands themselves are a great fortress and are owned by the Danish Ministry of Defence. Flats and houses in the islands can therefore only be rented.
Ebeltoft is a Danish town of about 6,000 inhabitants, located on the Jutland peninsula Djursland, on the Ebeltoft Vig, a bay. The town lives on the one hand from its marina and fishing port, on the other hand from tourism.
With its 80,000 inhabitants Esbjerg is the sixth largest city in Denmark and the most important North Sea port in the country. The port lies at the northernmost corner of the Wadden Sea.When Esbjerg was founded in the time of industrialization, they built the city in the style of historicism. From this period you can see during a stroll some pretty buildings: for example, the train station and the building on the market square.From the year 1891 is the courthouse which now houses the Tourist Office and the local police. Esbjerg offers for early birds a fish auction in the huge fish market on the quayside. Another attraction is the Fisheries and Maritime Museum with a seal quarium. For beach lovers Esbjerg serves as a springboard to the resort island Fanø.
Faaborg is a small town with about 7,200 inhabitants,located on the southern Danish island of Funen. In 1229 the site was first mentioned when King Waldemar II. offered Fåborg to the Portuguese Princess Eleonore as a present.
The Faroe Islands are an island group in the North Atlantic between the British Isles, Norway and Iceland. They consist of 18 main islands and more than 700 other small islets and skerries. The Faroe Islands are, like Greenland, an "equal nation" within the Kingdom of Denmark, largely autonomous already since 1948 and have with the Løgting one of the oldest parliaments in the world. The slightly less than 50,000 inhabitants maintain the Faroese language a native language, which is also at the same time one of the smallest languages in Europe. The Faroese live largely from fishing and in recent years more and more from tourism. The capital Torshavn is the center of the island and can well be compared in terms of infrastructure with other European cities.
De Deense stad Fredericia met ongeveer 40.000 inwoners, draagt zijn naam ter ere van koning Frederiks III., die deze stad in 1650 oprichtte. Voor geschiedenisliefhebbers is de stad in samenhang met de Slag van 1849 een begrip, deze gebeurtenis wordt jaarlijks nagespeeld in historische uniformen.
Fugloy means in the local language "bird island".
The three small cosy ports, the red roofs, steep lanes, pictorial half timbered houses, curing shops, artists, galleries, working services provide for a completely special atmosphere in Gudhjems.The special light of the area and of the wonderful nature have inspired many artists. Gudhjem lies very protected due to the cliffs. The most diverse bath places, on the one hand Pengakjistan at Gudhjem, which consists exclusively of rocks, on the other hand south of Gudhjem lies the Melsted beach with rough sand. At Dueodde one finds the Østersøstrand, a beautiful, chalk-white sand beach. The landscape around Gudhjem is very hilly and offers therefore singular panoramas over the sea and the surrounding environment. Caves, grottos and torn rock formations in the water at Helligdomsklipperne in the close proximity of Gudhjem invite to exploration routes. A further natural sight is the Døndalen, lying to the northwest with a river, that forms a up to 25 m high waterfall in spring (Døndalsfaldet). In Gudhjem a large number of curing shops, galleries, potteries and glass blowing shops can be visited. The lime painting in the church Gudhjem Kirke is also worth admiring , while the Gudhjem Museum located in the old railway station shows alternating exhibitions the whole year round. A totally different experience is the Bornholm Middelaldercentret in Gudhjem. It is a historical adventure center, in the medieval city you find dwellings, a water mill, a smithery and a castle place. Furthermore, a must is the excursion to Melstedgård, south of Gudhjem, a vivid agriculture museum with houses, fields and stables.
This Danish town with its 60,000 inhabitants is located at the northeastern end of the island Seeland, at the northern exit of  Öresunds, against the Swedish city of Helsingborg. Economically the city lives from the ship industry and its machinery, textile and glass industry. Helsingör is known as the scene of the play Hamlet by William Shakespeare.
Kalundborg is located on Zealand, the island of the Danish kings, at Kalundborgfjord in the north of the Great Belt. It is a medieval town with half-timbered houses and bumpy cobblestone streets, at the same time also a lively commercial town with just under 20,000 residents.
There are ferry connections to Aarhus and Samso.
De pittoreske Klaksvík met ongeveer 5.000 inwoners is de tweede grootste stad van de Faeröer in de Noord-Atlantische Oceaan. De plaats is gelegen op het eiland Borðoy, een prachtige fjord. Archeologisch vindt, het grondgebied van de huidige stad werd bewoond al door de Vikingen.
Klintholm Havn is an important fishing port on the island of Mön. Mostly herring, cod and eel are caught and marketed here.
The port is also used by private individuals with their ships who gladly spend their holiday here.
Kopenhagen is de hoofdstad van Denemarken en is zowel politisch, als ook cultureel en economisch gezien het centrum.
Kopenhagen behoort tot de belangrijkste metropolen van Noord-Europa en telt tot de mooiste en meest bezochte steden. De stad ligt op het één na grootste eiland van Denemarken, werd voor het eerst genoemd in de 12e eeuw en had een veelbewogen geschiedenis achter zich. Steeds weer waren er epidemieën, rampen en oorlogen die zowel gebouwen als ook het aantal inwoners hebben gedecimeerd. Vandaag de dag leven ongeveer 562.000 inwoners in Kopenhagen.
Korsør is een havenstad aan de grote belt op het Deense eiland Seeland. Voor het eerst genoemd in de stad was in de jaren 1241 1425 dat ze was verleende stadsrechten door de Könik Erik van Pommeren. In de nasleep werd Korsør geleidelijk een belangrijke veerhaven. Sinds de opening van de Großebeltbrücke in 1998 maar alleen ferries naar Langeland.
Leirvik is gelegen op het eiland Eysturoy, die tot de groep van de Faeröer in de Noorse Zee behoort. Voor de eilandengroep, de kleine plaats betekent dit een belangrijke veerboot en de vissershaven, hoewel ook sommige bruggen de eilanden verbinden.
The Danish island of Læsø is located in the northern Kattegat ("cat hole"), the sea area between Jutland and the Swedish west coast. With just under 2,000 inhabitants on 116 km2 Læsø is the least populated municipality of the country. Its name derives from the mythical giant Lær, the god of wind, meaning "island of Lær". In the Middle Ages already the island was famous for its salt production.
Mykines is the westernmost of the Faroe Islands. Translated, Mykines means "mistnose". On Mykines there is only one place, the village by the same name. By the end of 2004, the island formed its own municipality, which now dissolved and merged with Sørvágur. On the island live only a dozen people but more than 1000 sheep.
The port of Nyborg is centrally located in Denmark, directly on the east coast of Funen.
Bornholm with its smaller island of Christiansø  is Denmark's easternmost island. The Baltic Sea Island is located about 150 km southeast of Copenhagen, but only about 40 km from the south coast of Sweden. Bornholm was characterized by the Ice Age. In the glacier melting phase, a large river delta formed east of the capital. A larger level was created by flooding considerable amounts of sand.
Rudkøbing is the main town of the Danish east coast Langeland. Today, some 4,700 people live in the center of this island, which has a fishing port, a commercial harbor, a yacht harbor and a ferry port.
Het dorp Runavík heeft ca. 500 inwoners en ligt op het Faeröer eiland Eysturoy aan de oostoever van de fjord Skálafjørður. Het plaatsje werd opgericht in 1916 en beschikt over een belangrijke vissershaven. De omgevende, gelijknamige gemeente omvat echter meer dan 3.500 inwoners.
Skagen is de noordelijkste stad van Denemarken en ligt aan de oostkust van het noordelijkste schiereiland Jutland, namelijk Kaap Skagen. In de stad draait alles om de zee: de meeste van de ca. 10.000 inwoners leven hier van de visserij en in de visverwerkingsfabrieken, bovendien is Skagen havenstad en badplaats en dus omgeven van heerlijke zandstranden.
Skuvoy is a region, island and town of the Faroe Islands. In addition to the island of Skuvoy, to the region also belongs the island of also Stora Dimun, where roughly 10 inhabitants live. On Skuvoy itself still live in the homonymous settlement on the east coast 60 people. The legendary small island was already settled in the 11th century by the Viking Sigmund, who also introduced Christianity here.
Sonderborg is a charming small town in the south of Denmark, whose old town is located on the island Als, while on the western side of the Alsensund the newer quarters of the city lie. Approx. 30,000 people live in Sonderborg. Due to the cozy and inviting harbor front, the small harbor town is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country, with some interesting museums as well as historic buildings and a great beach.
The island of Suduroy belongs to the Faroe Islands, which lie to the north of Great Britain in the Atlantic Ocean. Suduroy is home to around 5,000 people. There are several small places on the island, most in the east. Tvøroyri (ferry service) and Vágur are the most important places, farther north are the fishing villages Sandvík and Hvalba.
Worth mentioning is also the idyllic Porkeri and the surrounding area.
Tjørnuvík is a tiny village (64 inhabitants) in the extreme north of the island of Streymoy, the main island of the Faroe Islands, located in northern Atlantic between the British Isles, Norway and Iceland. Like Greenland, the Faroe Islands are an equitable nation within the kingdom of Denmark. The main livelihood of the 48,000 inhabitants is fishing.
Tórshavn is de hoofdstad van de Faeröer eilanden die in het noordelijke gedeelte van de Atlantische Oceaan liggen, tussen de Britse eilanden, Noorwegen en Ijsland. Net als Groenland zijn de Faeröer eilanden een gelijkberechtigde natie binnen het koninkrijk Denemarken. Tórshavn ligt in het zuiden van het hoofdeiland Streymoy. Een haven met de naam God´s Poort (Tórshavn ) wordt voor het eerst genoemd in 1075, maar pas in het midden van de 19e eeuw, toen Tórshavn het centrum werd van de klipvisproductie, werd de plaats toenemend belangrijker. De bouw van een havenmolen in 1927 verbeterde de situatie van de vissers en met een inwoneraantal van ca. 19.000, leeft vandaag de dag ongeveer een derde van de totale bevolking van de Faröer eilanden in Tórshaven.
Vestmannahavn, also known as Vestmanna, is the second largest city on Streymoy, the main island of the Faroe Islands. The place gained economic importance around the middle of the 19th century, when it became trade center. Today, about 1,300 people live in Vestmanna.