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Randers is the only natural river harbour of Denmark. With around 58,000 inhabitants, it is a mix of historic buildings and prosperous industries. In the middle ages, Randers gained much prosperity, and there was a surge in the construction of Monasteries and churches. The town was then struck by the plague and hit a huge slump in industry.
Today Randers has resurrected itself and is one of Denmark’s most popular towns. Randers used to be a fortified town but none of the fort walls have survived to present day. Many of its properties are owned by the Crown, and it is known as Crown Jutland. If looking for some interesting things to do in Randers then visit Randers Regnskov, this is an artificial rainforest, divided into three zones; Asia, Africa and South America each exhibiting the plants and trees typical to its region.
Sankt Mortens Kir is an attractive brick church built in Gothic style. Houmeden, which is Denmark’s first pedestrian-only street, is surrounded by old timber houses. Radhustorvet, the Town Hall Square, is located in the centre of the city. On one end, it has the oldest stone house in Randers, and on the other, Radhus, the impressive Town Hall. Gammel Estrup is a Renaissance-styled manor house surrounded by a moat.
The house is now a museum displaying the life and culture in manor houses. A Festival of Kites is held in Randers in early August. This festival attracts enthusiasts from Scandinavia and Germany. Randers Week is 10-day music, art and theatre festival held in August. Randers enjoys a temperate maritime climate, summers are warm and winters are very cold.
Bornholm is a Danish island located to the east of Denmark in the Baltic Sea. Due to its strategic position in the Baltic area, both for trade and military purposes, Bornholm became the topic of disagreements between Denmark, Germany, and Sweden. To reach Bornholm you must take a 5 to 7 hour ferry crossing, this makes the island a little difficult to reach, however the island has many tourists in the summer months.
There are approximately 43,000 inhabitants in Bornholm and its major industries are Farming, fishing, glass making and pottery. As well as glorious sandy beaches, Bornholm is also rich in history. Take a visit to Hammershus Castle, this is the largest fortress in Northern Europe, it is built 74m above sea level, and the tower in the fortress is great for views of Sweden. The island has 15 medieval churches.
There are also 300 wooden houses donated by Sweden after World War II. Dondalen, one of the largest waterfalls of Denmark, is situated in the north of the island. The Baltic herring is the most popular fishing catch of the island and is widely used in the preparation of many local dishes. Bornholm enjoys its own unique climate. Winters are reasonably mild with sparse rainfall. Summers extend well into September.
Herning is located in the Jutland peninsula in Western Denmark. There are around 60,000 inhabitants. It was founded in the 1800s when uncultivated land was reclaimed for farming and was titled the ‘Capital of Health’. Herning was an important business centre from the word go, later on, the textile industry became the main part of the town’s economy.
Today, Herning is home to a range of industries and is a popular venue for trade fairs. Herning’s most popular attraction is renowned sculptor Ingvar Cronhammar’s creation, ‘Elia’, which is a massive black dome, 60 metres in diameter. In the centre of the dome is a gas burner which shoots a gas flame at regular intervals.
The Messecenter Herning is Scandinavia’s largest exhibition centre and hosts numerous trade fairs held throughout the year. Denmarks Fotomuseum shows the development of photography and cameras through the years. Kunstmuseum, the museum of art, is housed in what used to be a textile factory, art by renowned Danish and foreign artists are exhibited in this museum. June to August are the best months in Herning with temperatures ranging between 14°C and 17°C.
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