111 Places in Aarhus That You Shouldn't Miss
Why not set a course for Aarhus? The City of the Smile shows itself from its very best side in this book, which guides you to 111 fascinating and special places unknown to even the locals.
It’s no trouble to find your way to famous tourist attractions such as the art museum ARoS, the open-air museum Den Gamle By or the culture centre Dokk1, but how about also seeing the Women’s Museum, the artwork hidden in an underground car park or the harbour for old wooden ships? 111 Places in Aarhus That You Shouldn’t Miss is your guide to the hidden gems and overlooked nooks and crannies of the city.
The author couple were both born in Aarhus and have lived there for most of their life, and their personal connection to the city is constantly evident as they lead you to magnificent natural sights, ancient Viking relics and a wealth of cultural experiences.
Amongst many other things, you’ll learn the answers to questions such as: What’s the story behind the highest point in Aarhus? Which former odour problem is now a trendy bathing spot? And where to watch the sunset after nightfall? Take this book with you through Denmark’s next-biggest city, and you’re bound to be surprised.
Lena Bendt has a Master’s degree in Architecture from the Aarhus School of Architecture from 1986 and graduated as a sculptor from the Aarhus Art Academy in 2010. Lena was born in Aarhus and has lived in the city for more than 50 years.
Peter Vestergaard is a professional journalist and obtained his degree in 1986. He has been the chief editor of the newspaper Århus Stiftstidende and project manager of the UEFA U21 football championship in Aarhus in 2011. Like his wife Lena, he was born and raised in Aarhus and has lived here for most of his life.
Fotograf: Henrik Bjerregrav
Oversætter: Rebekka Hjelholt Svendsen
Antal sider: 237
Udgave, år: 1, 2019
Oplag, år: 1, 2019
Indbinding: Hæftet m. flapper