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Central Jutland Region (Danish: Region Midtjylland) is an administrative region of Denmark established on 1 January 2007 as part of the 2007 Danish Municipal Reform, which replaced the traditional counties (\amter\) with five larger regions. At the same time, smaller municipalities were merged into larger units, cutting the number of municipalities from 271 before 1 January 2006, when Ærø Municipality was created, to 98. The reform was implemented in Denmark on 1 January 2007.
Cities, towns & villages in Central Jutland
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ÅrhusAarhus (Danish pronunciation: [ˈɒːhuːˀs] (13px listen); officially spelled Århus from 1948 until 31 December 2010) is the second-largest city in Denmark and the seat of Aarhus municipality. It is located on the east coast of the Jutland peninsula, in the geographical centre of Denmark, 187 kilometres (116 mi) northwest of Copenhagen and 289 kilometres (180 mi) north of Hamburg, Germany. The inner urban area contains 264,716 inhabitants (as of 1 January 2016) and the municipal population is 330,639 (as of 2016). Aarhus is the central city in the East Jutland metropolitan area, which had a total population of 1.378 million in 2016. Show Århuson the map
LisbjergLisbjerg is a village and suburb 7 km north of the city center of Aarhus, Denmark. Lisbjerg has a population of 839 people (1 January 2014). Lisbjerg is situated on the northern slopes of the broad and flat valley of Egådalen, marking the northern limits of Aarhus. The village is cut through by the expressway of Randersvej, connecting the cities of Aarhus and Randers. East and northeast of the village lies the forest of Lisbjerg Skov and immediately north are the large camping grounds of Aarhus Camping and a large authentic Japanese garden. Lisbjerg Forbrændingen is an important incineration plant and hazardous waste treatment facility and works as a landmark for this area. Lisbjerg is an old settlement and boasts a 12th-century church, one of the oldest in Denmark, but there are also new@en . Show Lisbjergon the map
RandersRanders (Danish pronunciation: [ˈʁɑnɐs]) is a city in Randers Municipality, Central Denmark Region on the Jutland peninsula. It is Denmark's sixth-largest city, with a population of 61,163 (1 January 2014). Randers is the municipality's main town and the site of its municipal council. The municipality is also a part of the East Jutland metropolitan area, which has 1.2 million inhabitants.By road it is 38.5 kilometres (23.9 mi) north of Aarhus, 43.8 kilometres (27.2 mi) east of Viborg, and 224 kilometres (139 mi) northwest of Copenhagen. Show Randerson the map
OdderOdder municipality is a municipality in Region Midtjylland on the east coast of the Jutland peninsula in central Denmark just south of Aarhus and is a part of the greater Aarhus area. The municipality covers an area of 225.04 km², including the islands of Alrø and Tunø. It has a population of 21,806 (1 April 2014). The mayor as of 1 January 2014 is Uffe Jensen of Venstre. The main town and the site of its municipal council is the town of Odder. Other towns in the municipality include Hou, Gylling, Saksild, Kysing, Hundslund and Ørting. Show Odderon the map
HinnerupHinnerup, is a small town in East Jutland, Denmark with a population of 7,360 (1 January 2014), located in Favrskov municipality, Region Midtjylland, Jutland just north of Aarhus. It is more or less a suburb nowadays, connected to Aarhus by the urban tract of Søften, Lisbjerg and Skejby. Until 1 January 2007 Hinnerup was the site of the municipal council of the now former Hinnerup municipality. It is now the municipal seat of Favrskov municipality Show Hinnerupon the map
VejlbyVejlby is a north-eastern neighbourhood of Aarhus in Denmark. It is located 5km from the city centre and is administratively part of the district of Risskov. The neighbourhood of Vejlby was merged with Risskov some decades ago and as a consequence, the district is often seen referred to as Vejlby-Risskov nowadays. There are several other places named Vejlby in Denmark, like the small village in the vicinity of Grenå on Mols, featured in the acclaimed novella \"The Rector of Veilbye\" by Steen Steensen Blicher. Show Vejlbyon the map
StruerStruer Municipality is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Central Denmark Region on the Jutland Peninsula in west Denmark. The municipality includes the island of Venø, and it covers an area of 245.90 km². It has a total population of 21,576 (1 April 2014). Its mayor is Mads Jakobsen, a member of the Venstre party.The main town and the site of its municipal council is the city of Struer. On January 1, 2007 Struer municipality was, as the result of Kommunalreformen (\"The Municipal Reform\" of 2007), merged with existing Thyholm municipality to form an enlarged Struer municipality. Show Strueron the map
TilstTilst is a suburban area of Aarhus, Denmark, situated some 10 km to the west of Aarhus. The Tilst area is marked by big city blocks and large traditional suburban areas. In the surrounding area are several superstores, which mainly serve the inner city population of Århus. The area is most commonly known for the Bilka warehouse, the largest in Denmark and the only one of its kind in the Aarhus area. The local public school is Tilst Skole, and the local gymnasium is called Langkær Gymnasium og HF. The local church, Tilst Kirke, has a beautiful altar. Show Tilston the map
Nørre SnedeUntil 1 January 2007 Nørre-Snede was a municipality (Danish, kommune) in the former Vejle County on the Jutland peninsula in central Denmark. The municipality covered an area of 254 km2 (98 sq mi), and had a total population of 7,266 (2005). Its last mayor was Uffe Henneberg, a member of the Venstre (Liberal Party) political party. The main town and the site of its municipal council is the town of Nørre Snede. The municipality was created in 1970 as the result of a kommunalreform (\"Municipality Reform\") that merged a number of existing parishes: Show Nørre Snedeon the map
GaltenUntil January 1, 2007, Galten municipality was a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Aarhus County in the eastern part of the Jutland peninsula in central Denmark. The municipality covered an area of 72,73 km², and had a total population of 11.086 (2005). Its last mayor was Jens Grønlund, a member of the Venstre (Liberal Party) political party. The site of its municipal council was the town of Galten. Show Galtenon the map
SilkeborgSilkeborg (Danish pronunciation: is a Danish city with a population of 43,158 (1 January 2014). Silkeborg is the seat of the council of Silkeborg municipality with 90,016 inhabitants (2015) and is also part of the East Jutland metropolitan area, with 1.2 million inhabitants. Silkeborg was founded in 1844, when Michael Drewsen started a paper mill at the spot next to the river. The city is divided north and south by the lake of Silkeborg Langsø, which at the eastern side of the city, resolves into the Gudenå River. Show Silkeborgon the map
HornsletHornslet is a village located in East Jutland, on the westernmost Djursland, Denmark. It is a Commuter town of the city of Aarhus, which lies approximately 28 kilometers to the southwest, and a railway town at Grenaabanen, the railroad between the cities of Aarhus and Grenaa. Hornslet is located in Syddjurs Municipality, which in turn is part of Region Midtjylland, and has a population of 5.419 (1 January 2014). In 2008 a spectacular Collapse of a wind turbine took place, which was filmed. Show Hornsleton the map
JuelsmindeUntil January 1, 2007 Juelsminde municipality was a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Vejle County on the east coast of the Jutland peninsula in central Denmark. The municipality included the island of Hjarnø, and covered an area of 240 km². It had a total population of 15,555 (2005). Its last mayor was Peter Schmidt Hansen, a member of the Venstre (Liberal Party) political party. The main town and the site of its municipal council was the town of Juelsminde. The main part of the municipality was located on a headland. Show Juelsmindeon the map
BederBeder is a town with a population of 6,372 (9 January 2014) in Jutland in Denmark. The town is typically referenced as the Beder-Malling area since the towns of Beder and Malling - population 3,538 (2011) - are situated in the same area and are practically one town. Beder is home to a division of Aarhus Educational Centre for Agriculture, offering gardening, floristry and forestry and nature technician programmes. Show Bederon the map
PurhusUntil January 1, 2007 Purhus municipality was a municipality (Danish, kommune) in the former Aarhus County on the Jutland peninsula in central Denmark. The municipality covered an area of 169 km², and had a total population of 8,547 (2005). Its last mayor was Berner Nielsen, a member of the Social Democrats political party. The main town and the site of its municipal council is the town of Fårup. Show Purhuson the map
HadstenHadsten (Danish pronunciation: is a city in central Denmark with a population of 8,028 (1 January 2016), and is the largest city in Favrskov Municipality, located in Region Midtjylland in Central Jutland. Until January 1, 2007, it was the site of the municipal council of the now former Hadsten municipality. Other names for Hadsten are: Hadsten Stationsby, Khadsten or Хадстен. Hadsten has many educational institutions, including a technical school, gymnasium (Secondary school), and folk high school. Hadsten is famous for having one of the largest model railways in Europe. Show Hadstenon the map
SkjernSkjern Municipality is a former municipality (Danish, kommune) in Ringkøbing-Skjern Municipality in Region Midtjylland near the west coast of the Jutland peninsula in west Denmark. The former Skjern municipality covered an area of 327 km², and had a total population of 13,107 (2005).The city has a population of 7,563 inhabitants. The main town was Skjern. Skjern municipality was created in 1970 due to a kommunalreform (\"Municipality Reform\") that combined the following, existing parishes: Show Skjernon the map
VinderupVinderup Municipality is a former municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Midtjylland on the Jutland peninsula in west Denmark. The former Vinderup municipality covered an area of 224 km², and had a total population of 8,035 (2005). Its last mayor was Holger Hedegaard, a member of the Venstre (Liberal Party) political party. The main town of the municipality was the railway town of Vinderup The municipality was created in 1970 due to a kommunalreform (\"Municipality Reform\") that combined a number of existing parishes: Show Vinderupon the map
KjellerupUntil 1 January 2007 Kjellerup municipality was a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Aarhus County on the Jutland peninsula in central Denmark. The municipality covered an area of 255 km², and had a total population of 13,953 (2005). Its last mayor was Hans-Jørgen Hørning, a member of the Venstre (Liberal Party) political party. The main town and the site of its municipal council was the town of Kjellerup. The capital city was Kjellerup. Show Kjellerupon the map
HjortshøjHjortshøj is a small railway town in Århus Municipality, Denmark. The town is located c. 14 kilometres north of Aarhus, and has a population of 3.463 (1 January 2015). Hjortshøj has a limited infrastructure including a primary school, a post office (in the local Brugsen), a bank and other ancillary businesses. It is served by Hjortshøj railway station, located on the Grenaa railway line. Hjortshøj Church is a typical Danish white church building dating back to 1100 CE; rebuilt in 1492. It also has its own soccer team called Virup IF. Show Hjortshøjon the map
TranebjergTranebjerg is a parish and small town, situated at the centre of the South Island of Samsø in Denmark. It is the largest town on Samsø, with a population of 836 (1 January 2014) and also the municipal seat of the small Samsø Municipality. \n* Tranebjerg Church. \n* Koldby grist mill. Now the headquarters of Ecomuseum Samsø. Show Tranebjergon the map
HvorslevUntil January 1, 2007, Hvorslev municipality was a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Viborg County in central Denmark. The municipality covered an area of 128 km², and had a total population of 6,900 (2005). Its last mayor was Kurt Andreasen, a member of the Venstre (Liberal Party) political party. The largest town was the town of Ulstrup and the village of Hvorslev was the municipal seat. Show Hvorslevon the map
SallSall is a village and a church parish in the Favrskov municipality in the Danish region of Midtjylland. In former times the village has been known as Sal, Sald (Pontoppidan) and Salle (Trap). The village itself has a population of 229 (1 January 2014) and is placed in the middle of the Sall Parish. It is situated at 56°16′43″N 9°49′30″E / 56.27861°N 9.82500°E. In the village there is a church belonging to the Danish Lutheran church, a village hall, and a primary school covering the first seven classes with just under 100 pupils. There is also a Kindergarten and a repair shop. Show Sallon the map
MøldrupUntil 1 January 2007 Møldrup municipality was a municipality (Danish, kommune) in the former Viborg County on the Jutland peninsula in northern Denmark. The municipality covered an area of 212 km², and had a total population of 7,670 (2005). Its last mayor was Gunnar Korsbæk, a member of the Venstre (Liberal Party) political party. The main town and the site of its municipal council was the town of Møldrup. Show Møldrupon the map
EbeltoftEbeltoft is an old port town on the central east coast of Denmark with a population of 7,468 (1 January 2014). It is located in Syddjurs municipality in Region Midtjylland on the larger Djursland peninsula of Jutland. Show Ebeltofton the map
SkanderborgSkanderborg is a town in Skanderborg municipality, Denmark. It is situated on the north and north eastern brinks of Skanderborg Lake and there are several smaller ponds and bodies of water within the city itself, like Lillesø, Sortesø, Døj Sø and the swampy boglands of Eskebæk Mose. Just north of the town on the other side of Expressway E45, is the archaeologically important Illerup Ådal. Over time, the town has grown into a suburb of Aarhus to the north east, connected by the urban areas of Stilling, Hørning and Hasselager. Show Skanderborgon the map
SkarrildSkarrild, Denmark is a village (Danish: landsby) in Herning Municipality (Danish, kommune) in Central Denmark Region (Danish, Region Midtjylland), a part of the Jutland peninsula in northern Denmark. It is notable as the location of the Danish Blues Guitar Festival and a memorial to RAF flyers who died there in 1944. The Danish Folk, Blues, and Ragtime Guitar Festival in Skarrild attracts many international entertainers, including Thomasina Winslow. Show Skarrildon the map
KarupKarup municipality was a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Viborg County until 1 January 2007. The municipality covered an area of 163 km², and had a total population of 6,709 (2005). Its last mayor was Kjeld Merstrand, a member of the Social Democrats political party. The main town and the site of its municipal council was the town of Karup. Show Karupon the map
MammenMammen is a village in Viborg Municipality, Denmark 7 km north of Bjerringbro. The Mammen area was the finding site of the famous and rich Mammen chamber tomb; a Viking Age chamber tomb, complete with the remains and offerings of a wealthy magnate burial in the winter of 970-71 AD. The tomb was opened in 1868, when a farmer began digging away at the mound of Bjerringhøj. At about the same time, a hoard was unearthed close by in a gravel quarry. The various objects of both finds later gave name to the so-called Mammen style, an art phase typical of Scandinavia. The objects are displayed at the National Museum of Denmark in Copenhagen. Show Mammenon the map
TjeleUntil 1 January 2007 Tjele municipality was a municipality (Danish, kommune) in the former Viborg County on the Jutland peninsula in northern Denmark. The municipality covered an area of 273 km², and had a total population of 8,641 (2005). Its last mayor was Anna Margrethe Kaalund. The main town and the site of its municipal council was the town of Ørum. Show Tjeleon the map
LangenæsLangenæs is a small neighborhood in the city of Aarhus, Denmark with about 6500 residents in 2014. The neighborhood is part of the district Midtbyen (the town center) and borders the neighborhoods of Frederiksbjerg and Marselisborg to the East and the district of Viby to the South. Langenæs is delimited by the streets Søndre Ringgade, Skanderborgvej, Marselis Boulevard and the valley of Brabrand Ådal. Show Langenæson the map
FoulumFoulum is a small Danish village with around 100 households (the settlement Formyre also included) in the Tjele parish located in Central Jutland eight kilometres east of Viborg. Foulum is a part of Region Midtjylland and a part of the Viborg municipality. Despite the small size of the village, three major centres for science and innovation are localized in Foulum: DCA - Danish Centre for Food and Agriculture, Agro Business Park and from 2017 Apple Data Centre. Show Foulumon the map
SkalsSkals is a town in Viborg Municipality, Denmark.Skals International Efterskole is located in Skals. The International Boarding School was established in 1990. Today there are 144 student, 90% of the students only attend the school for 1 year and use it as a learning experience. The school has students from all over the world, they also have guess teachers from all over the world. They give you a solid education which prepares you for the future. They also give you awareness about the world around you, since they are an international boarding school. They encourage you to take opportunities and help you find them and try to make you a well-rounded person. Show Skalson the map
OrmslevOrmslev is a small village in Aarhus Municipality, Central Denmark Region in Denmark with 349 inhabitants in 2015. Ormslev is located 11 kilometres west of Aarhus city, between the settlements of Stavtrup (4 km east), Hasselager (4 km south-east) and Harlev (8 km west). It is situated on the southern slopes of the broad and flat Aarhus Ådal valley, overlooking the Brabrand Lake and the Aarhus River. Show Ormslevon the map
BorumBorum is a village in Aarhus Municipality, Central Denmark Region in Denmark. Borum is situated 2.5 kilometres south of Sabro and 3 kilometres west of the Aarhus suburb of Tilst and has 330 inhabitants as of 2015. About 2 kilometres west of Borum is the village of Herskind. Show Borumon the map
GjellerupGellerup is a neighborhood of the Brabrand district in the city of Aarhus, Denmark. The neighborhood was formerly a suburb that has now completely merged with the city and it is characterized by several natural attractions, detached house sectors, highrise apartments and an industrial park. Show Gjellerupon the map
MårsletMårslet is a village in Eastern Jutland, Denmark. Politically it is part of theCentral Denmark Region and Århus Municipality. By some definitions it may therefore be considered a suburb of Aarhus. It has a population of 4,810 (1 January 2014). Show Mårsleton the map
SkelhøjeSkelhøje is a small Danish village with a population of 523 (1 January 2014). It is located near Dollerup Hills in central Jutland. The Herning-Viborg state railway line was opened in 1906 to develop economy in a remote part of Jutland. One of the new stations on the railway line was Skelhøje Station on a place with no inhabitants. During some decades Skelhøje grew to a place of some commercial importance with shops, dairy, bakery, slaughterhouse etc. The railway line closed in 1971. The former inn is today the community house, run by the villagers (Skelhøje Kulturhus), and with rooms for rent for hikers. Show Skelhøjeon the map
Bønnerup StrandBønnerup Strand (lit.: Bønnerup Beach) is a village in Norddjurs Municipality, Denmark. Bønnerup Strand is a fishing village, sprawling inland from the harbour. It is situated at the large shallow Bay of Aalborg in the Kattegat sea. The beach and coast east and west of Bønnerup Strand is broad, sandy, very shallow and considered child friendly. It attracts people and tourists for recreational activities in the summer. The surrounding area (simply called Bønnerup) has a large concentration of summer houses and rentals, with many situated in the hills overlooking the beach. Show Bønnerup Strandon the map
LåsbyLåsby is a small town in the province of Jutland in Denmark with a population of 1,910 (1 January 2014). It is situated on the main road between Silkeborg and Aarhus. The town is the location of the flagship property of Det Blå Marked (trans. \"The Blue Market\"), a chain of Danish antique markets, and which is a major tourist attraction, bringing in over half a million visitors to the town every year. In April 2005 it had its 15 minutes of fame as it became the first place in Denmark to experience the exploding toad phenomenon. Show Låsbyon the map
FrederiksbjergFrederiksbjerg is a borough in Aarhus, Denmark. It is located just south of the historical city centre, separated from it by a broad railway yard and connected by three bridges. Despite being part of the inner city, Frederiksbjerg has its own charm and character and express some of the first large scale attempts to plan the development of Aarhus as a city. With around 20,000 inhabitants, it is basically a residential area, but with three large shopping streets; Bruunsgade, Jægergårdsgade, and Frederiks Allé. Show Frederiksbjergon the map
BrandeBrande is a railway town with a population of 7,065 (1 January 2014) located at the railroad between Vejle and Herning in Ikast-Brande municipality in Region Midtjylland in the central area of the Jutland peninsula in west Denmark. Until 1 January 2007 it was the seat of the municipal-council of Brande municipality. Brande is the home of leading wind energy pioneer Bonus Energy A/S now Siemens Wind Power. Brande is also home to Danish clothing companies Bestseller A/S and BTX Group. The mural paintings of Brande Joy of life, acrobat fantasy and spines Art still characterizes Brande Street Art Brande Show Brandeon the map
HøjbjergHøjbjerg is a postal district of Aarhus, Denmark. Højbjerg originated as a coastal suburb to the south of Aarhus, but has now completely merged with the city. Højbjerg is located 5 km from the city centre and had a population of 22,000 in 2005. Skåde, Holme and Fredensvang are neighbourhoods within and subdivisions of Højbjerg. The historic manor of Moesgård and the related estate, including the Moesgård Museum and parts of the Marselisborg Forests are all situated in Højbjerg. Show Højbjergon the map
SkejbySkejby is a neighbourhood and former village in Aarhus, Denmark. The village was originally situated in the countryside north of Aarhus, overlooking the flat Egå Valley, but urban development has lately engulfed it, creating a new suburban neighbourhood by the same name. The old village is still distinctly visible, surrounding the old white village church. Archaeological excavations have revealed, that the area has been settled since the early Iron Ages (c. 500 BC), but finds from the Stone Age has also been unearthed.Søften and Lisbjerg north of Skejby, are important archaeological sites. Show Skejbyon the map
VembVemb is a little town in west Jutland, Denmark with a population of 1,313 (1 January 2014). The town is close to Nissum Fjord and Storå. Vemb also has a station on the railway line between Ringkøbing and Holstebro. Two kilometers south of the town is Nørre Vosborg, a manor house surrounded by ramparts. It is one of Denmark's oldest and was mentioned as early as 1299. Vemb lies in Vemb Parish, which belongs to Holstebro Municipality in Region Midtjylland. Show Vembon the map
EgåEgå (English: Oak-stream) is a suburban district and a stream in the Municipality of Aarhus in Denmark. The stream runs north of the city of Aarhus, in the bottom of the flat valley of Egådalen, eventually terminating at the Bay of Aarhus. The whole valley of Egådalen - 1,5 km wide and 6 km long - was created as a tunnel valley at the end of the ice age and holds numerous evidence of prehistoric human activities, from the Stone Age to present times. Show Egåon the map
HovenHoven, Denmark is a small village in west-central Denmark, with a population of 232 (1 January 2014), on the Jutland Peninsula. Its elevation is 20 meters, and it is 2.8 km from Ørbæk (one of four Ørbæk's in the country), and 2.1 km from Dyrvig. It is located in Ringkøbing-Skjern Municipality at 55°51′3″N 8°45′33″E / 55.85083°N 8.75917°E, Central Denmark Region, southwest of Herning. The town has an old church and an old schoolhouse. Show Hovenon the map
Gammel RyeOld Rye (Danish: Gammel Rye) is a small town in eastern Jutland, Denmark, with a population of 1,335 (1 January 2014). Rye was a very important market town in medieval Denmark. In 1534 AD, St. Søren's Church in Rye was the setting of the Election of Christian III as king of Denmark. Today, the town has been outgrown by the new town of Ry which, like so many other towns in Denmark, sprouted up around a railway station. Show Gammel Ryeon the map
SkiveSkive is a town in Skive municipality (Danish, Skive Kommune) in Region Midtjylland at the base of Salling Peninsula, a part of the larger Jutland peninsula in northwest Denmark. It is the municipality's main town and the site of its municipal council. The town of Skive is located at the mouth of the Karup River (Karup Å) and the Skive Fjord, part of the Limfjord. Skive has a population of 20,505 (1 January 2014). Show Skiveon the map
LøsningLøsning is a town in Denmark. The town is located just north of (and directly adjacent to) the town of Hedensted. Together, they form an urban area with a population of 11,355 (1 January 2014). Geographically, Løsning lies halfway between the larger towns of Horsens and Vejle, beside the European route E45. For administrative purposes, the town is in Hedensted Municipality, Central Denmark Region. Show Løsningon the map
VidebækVidebæk is a town and a former municipality (Danish, kommune) in Ringkøbing-Skjern Municipality, Region Midtjylland. The town is close to Ringkøbing Fjord on the Jutland peninsula in west Denmark. The former Videbæk municipality covered an area of 289 km², and had a total population of 12,140 (2005). Its last mayor was Torben Nørregaard, a member of the Venstre (Liberal Party) political party. Show Videbækon the map
HemmetHemmet is a small town and a parish in the former Egvad Municipality (Danish: Egvad kommune), which since 1 January 2007 has been part of the Ringkøbing-Skjern Municipality, Midtjylland, near the west coast of Jutland in Denmark. Hemmet has a town population of 330 (1 January 2014) and a parish population of 601 (1 January 2014). The word \"Hemmet\" derives from prior Danish, meaning \"The home\". Show Hemmeton the map
HornsyldHornsyld is a minor Danish town located between Hedensted and Juelsminde. It has a population of 1621 (2014). Due to the amalgamation of municipalities in 2007 Hornsyld became a part of Hedensted Municipality. Hornsyld has a lot of industry in proportion to its size. Companies as Triax, Hornsyld Købmandsgaard, EM Fiberglas and Dan-Hill-Plast are deep-rooted in the town. Show Hornsyldon the map
ØbyØ is a piece of land in the valley of the Nørreå in the eastern part of Jutland, Denmark. Its name means island (ø in the Danish language) and probably comes from the island-like approach to this piece of land, although it is completely landlocked and surrounded by meadows. Ø is famous among lexicographers for the extreme brevity of its name: the single letter Ø. Show Øbyon the map
HørningHørning is a town in central Denmark with a population of 7,265 (1 January 2015), located in Skanderborg municipality on the peninsula of Jutland just south of Aarhus and is a suburb today. Hørning should not be mistaken for Herning which is the bigger, more metropolitan city in Jutland where the regional train passing through Hørning is also destined to. Show Hørningon the map
SkødstrupSkødstrup (also, Skjödstrup) is a suburb located north-east of Aarhus in Denmark. The suburb is also a railway town at Grenaabanen, the railroad between the cities of Aarhus and Grenaa. Today Skødstrup has grown together with the adjoining railway town of Løgten into a small urban area named Løgten-Skødstrup with a population of 16,967 (1 January 2013). Show Skødstrupon the map
BrædstrupBrædstrup is a former railway town in Jutland, Denmark at the railway between Horsens and Silkeborg which was closed in 1968. Until 1 January 2007 it was the municipal seat of the former Brædstrup Municipality and today, with a population of 3,516 (1 January 2014), it is the second largest town of Horsens Municipality, Central Denmark Region in Denmark. Show Brædstrupon the map
ØrumØrum is a small Danish town with a population of 1,330 (1 January 2014), on the road between Viborg and Randers.To distinguish it from other places in Denmark, it is referred to as Ørum Sønderlyng or sometimes Ørum Tjele. Ørum was the former municipal seat for Tjele Municipality. In 2007, it was merged with other municipalities into Viborg Municipality. Show Ørumon the map
RisskovRisskov is the name of both a neighbourhood and a district in the city of Aarhus, Denmark. The district of Risskov is sometimes referred to as Vejlby-Risskov, as it is a merger of the neighbourhood of Risskov and the neighbourhood of Vejlby. The old neighbourhood of Risskov at the seaside of the Aarhus Bay, is one of the most affluent areas in Denmark. Show Risskovon the map
SøftenSøften (alternative spellings include Suten (1386), Suchten (1399) and Søwten (1489)) is a small Danish town in Jutland, roughly three kilometers south of Hinnerup and just northwest of Aarhus. Søften has a population of 2,722 (1.January 2014). Archaeological surveys of the area (2), indicate the earliest settlements dates to the Nordic Iron Age. Show Søftenon the map
StavtrupStavtrup is a western suburb of Aarhus in Denmark. It is located 7 km from the city centre and has a population of 3,729 (1 January 2010). Since 1 January 2011, Stavtrup is officially a part of Aarhus' urban area under the postal district of Viby J. Stavtrup is largely a residential area and there is easy access to the nature around Brabrand Lake. Show Stavtrupon the map
GrenaaGrenaa (or Grenå) is a Danish town and seaport on the east coast of the Jutlandic peninsula. Tourism, education and commerce are important sectors in the economy of Grenaa. It is the only larger town on Djursland. Grenaa is the municipal seat, and the largest town, in Norddjurs Municipality, which covers the northern half of Djursland. Show Grenaaon the map
ThorsagerThorsager is a small town in Jutland, Denmark with a population of 1,329 (1 January 2014 census), located in Thorsager Parish, 6 km north of Rønde. The town lies in Syddjurs Municipality and lies in the Central Denmark Region.Thorsager is especially known for its church, which is Jutland's only round church. It was built around 1200. Show Thorsageron the map
GinnerupGinnerup (Danish pronunciation: [ˈɡenʁɐub]), is a small settlement in Denmark, located in north eastern Jutland. It is located around 10 km west of Grenå. It is a part of Norddjurs Municipality in Region Midtjylland. Ginnerup is the place of birth of Anders Fogh Rasmussen, former Prime Minister of Denmark and currently the 12th Secretary General of NATO. Show Ginnerupon the map
Hammel(For other uses, see Hammel (disambiguation).) Hammel is a town in central Denmark with a population of 6,906 (1 January 2014), and a former railway town at the railroad which was closed in 1956. The town is located in Favrskov municipality in Jutland. Until January 1, 2007, it was also the site of the municipal council of the now former Hammel municipality. Show Hammelon the map
HasselagerHasselager is a small suburban area in the south-western part of Aarhus in Denmark. In practice, the area has largely become one with Kolt, the latter being the primary location of various useful facilities such as supermarkets and a doctor's clinic. The community consists of approximately 4,000 residents of mostly Danish heritage. Show Hasselageron the map
SøndervigSøndervig is a beach town and tourist destination on the west coast of Jutland, in the Ringkøbing-Skjern Municipality in Denmark. Søndervig is the surfacing point for early undersea telecommunications cables from Newbiggin in Northumberland, England that were originally laid by the Great Northern Telegraph Company of Copenhagen. Show Søndervigon the map
ViborgViborg (Danish pronunciation: [ˈʋib̥ɒːˀ]), a city in central Jutland, Denmark, is the capital of both Viborg municipality and Region Midtjylland. Viborg is also the seat of the Western High Court, the High Court for the Jutland peninsula. Viborg Municipality is the second-largest Danish municipality, covering 3.3% of that country's total land area. Show Viborgon the map
TirstrupTirstrup is a small town in East Jutland, Denmark with a population of 483 as of 1 January 2014. Tirstrup is located 44 kilometers from Aarhus and 18 kilometers from Grenaa. The town is home to Aarhus Airport. Tirstrup lies in the Syddjurs Municipality and is governed as part of the Central Denmark Region (Region Midtjylland). Show Tirstrupon the map
AuningAuning is a minor town on the main road between Randers and Grenå, with a population of 2,984 (1 January 2014). It lies in Region Midtjylland and in Norddjurs Municipality. It used to be one of the two major cities in the abolished Sønderhald Municipality, the other being Assentoft which now belongs to Randers Municipality. Show Auningon the map
KibækKibæk is a small town in Herning Municipality in Denmark with a population of 2,646 (1 January 2014). It was founded because of the railroad. This small provincial town consists of two streets with shops, and it is surrounded by a lovely and fertile nature with moor, forest and streams. Nearest major town is Herning. Show Kibækon the map
AidtAidt is a town and parish in the middle of Jutland, Denmark. Also, the last name of the Danish writer and poet Naja Marie Aidt. Aidt also is a rather rare east-friesian first name (other spellings: Eid, Eidt, Aid, Ait, Eilt, Eildt). Still you find the name in several surnames like \"Eilts\" which means Eilt's son. Show Aidton the map
ParisParis is a hamlet belonging to the Lemvig Municipality, located in Jutland in Denmark. It has a population of 12 and is located at the road from Struer to Lemvig, 7.5 km away from the latter. It is not the only strangely named village in the area, a village south of Lemvig is called Rom (named after Rome). Show Parison the map
FuglsøFuglsø (Danish for Birds Lake (Pronounsed: fʊlsø)) is a minor town in Denmark placed in the national park of Mols Bjerge. It is mostly visited as a summer house place by people from Germany, Norway and Denmark. The municipality of Fuglsø is Syddjurs Municipality and it lies in the Central Denmark Region Show Fuglsøon the map
HorsensHorsens is a Danish city in east Jutland. It is the site of the council of Horsens Municipality. The city's population is 57,517 and the municipality's population is 87,736 (as of 1 January 2016). The municipality is also a part of the East Jutland metropolitan area, which has 1.2 million inhabitants. Horsens is best known for its culture and entertainment events. Horsens New Theatre is a cultural centre which holds over 200 events annually. It has managed to draw major names such as Bob Dylan, Madonna and The Rolling Stones. Show Horsenson the map
ThyborønThyborøn is a fishing village in Jutland, Denmark with a population of 2,119 (1 January 2014), primarily famous for being the site of numerous shipwrecks, such as that of the Imperial Russian naval vessel Alexander Neuski. It is located in Region Midtjylland in Lemvig Municipality. It is the location of the Sea War Museum Jutland. Show Thyborønon the map
Hvide SandeHvide Sande is a small town in the middle of the Holmsland Dunes and placed around the artificial canal which connects Ringkøbing Fjord to the North Sea, in the western part of Central Denmark Region, formerly (until 1 January 2007) Ringkjøbing County, Denmark.The town has a population of 3,046 (1 January 2014) and is the fifth largest fishing port in Denmark. Show Hvide Sandeon the map
VibyViby J (or just Viby) is a former town and now a district, in the southwestern part of Aarhus in Denmark. The district has almost 30,000 inhabitants. The \"J\" stands for Jutland, as there is another town called Viby on the island of Zealand, officially referred to as Viby Sj. Show Vibyon the map
VellingVelling Kirkeby is a small town in West Denmark on the peninsula of Jutland with a population of only 273 (1 January 2014). It is positioned next to the Ringkøbing Fjord which, with its shallow waters combined with the stable west wind, is popular with wind and kitesurfers. Show Vellingon the map
BrabrandBrabrand (Danish pronunciation: [ˈbʀɑːbʀɑn]) is a postal district of Aarhus Municipality, Denmark. South of Brabrand, in the Aarhus river-valley, is the largest recreational area of Aarhus Municipality, comprising the Brabrand Lake and the meadow-lake of Årslev, with surrounding natural sites. Show Brabrandon the map
Nissum SeminariebyNørre Nissum is a village situated in western Jutland, Denmark with a population of 1,022 (1 January 2014). Nearest larger town is Lemvig with a population of about 7000. This village has Denmark's smallest teachers training college: Nørre Nissum Seminarium and HF. Show Nissum Seminariebyon the map
LangåLangå, is a railway town in central Denmark with a population of 2,869 (1 January 2014), located in Randers municipality in Region Midtjylland in Jutland. Until January 1, 2007 it was the site of the municipal council of the now former Langå municipality. Show Langåon the map
GedvedGedved is a small town with a population of 2,104 (1 January 2014) in Horsens municipality located between Skanderborg and Horsens in the middle eastern Jutland in Denmark's Region Midtjylland. In Gedved there is a college called VIA University College. Show Gedvedon the map
LystrupLystrup is a town in Aarhus Municipality, Denmark. It is located 10 km north of Aarhus city centre, west of Egå and the Bay of Aarhus. It had a population of 10,362 (1 January 2014), and it is the second most populous urban area of Aarhus Municipality. Show Lystrupon the map
TarmTarm is a small railway town with a population of 4,084 (1 January 2014) in west Denmark, 36 kilometres southwest of Herning (air distance). The road distance between Herning and Tarm is exactly 47,8 kilometres route). Show Tarmon the map
SkådeSkåde is a neighbourhood of Højbjerg, a southern district of Aarhus in Denmark. It is located 6 km south from the city centre. Skåde is the highest lying area in Aarhus municipality, with hills like Jelshøj (128 metres) and Søsterhøj (112 metres). Show Skådeon the map
BorbjergBorbjerg is a small village in the western Jutland, Denmark, with a population of 390 (1.January 2014). Borbjerg is located 9 km south of Vinderup and 13 km northeast of Holstebro. Borbjerg is located in Holstebro Municipality, Region Midtjylland. Show Borbjergon the map
HedenstedHedensted is a Danish town in Region Midtjylland and the seat of Hedensted Municipality. Its population, including its northern neighbouring town Løsning, is 11,355. The municipality as a whole has a population of 45,715 (1 January 2014). Show Hedenstedon the map
GjernGjern is a town in central Denmark with a population of 1,448 (1 January 2014), located in Silkeborg municipality in Region Midtjylland in Jutland in Denmark. The town is the site of Jysk Automobilmuseum a large museum of automobiles. Show Gjernon the map
ThemThem is a small town in central Denmark with a population of 2,243 (1 January 2014), located in Silkeborg municipality (formerly Them municipality) in Jutland, lying a few kilometers south-west of Silkeborg, and north-east of Bryrup. Show Themon the map
Ry(For the former Ry municipality, see Ry municipality.) Ry is a town with a population of 5,731 (1 January 2014) in central Denmark, located in Skanderborg municipality in Jutland. The town sprouted up around a railway station near the older town of Rye which is now much smaller than Ry. Show Ryon the map
GjessøGjessø is a small town near Silkeborg in Denmark with a population of 858 (1 January 2014). Gjessø is very famous for its big lake which fills half of the town. It is used every year by tourists and natives. Show Gjessøon the map
HarlevHarlev is a town in Aarhus Municipality in Denmark, with a population of 3,691 (1 January 2014). It is a suburb only 13 kilometres west of central Aarhus and it is located at the Danish national road 15. Show Harlevon the map
TranbjergTranbjerg J is a suburb of Aarhus in Denmark. Tranbjerg is a suburb of Aarhus located 10 kilometers from the center of Aarhus. Tranbjerg has a relatively big center called Center Syd (Center South). Show Tranbjergon the map
TorstedTorsted (Thor Stead) is a parish in Jutland, Denmark. Torsted is located on the southwestern outskirts of Horsens, 2 miles southwest of the city centre, and is part of the Horsens municipality. Show Torstedon the map
RingkøbingRingkøbing is a town in Ringkøbing-Skjern municipality in Region Midtjylland on the west coast of the Jutland peninsula in west Denmark. The town has a population of 9,717 (1 January 2014). Show Ringkøbingon the map
IkastIkast is a Danish town in the Central Denmark Region (Region Midtjylland). It has been part of the municipality of Ikast-Brande since 2007. It was the seat of the former Ikast Municipality. Show Ikaston the map
AvlumAulum or Avlum is a town between Holstebro and Herning with a population of 3,128 (1 January 2014) in Region Midtjylland. It was the main town in now abolished Aulum-Haderup Municipality. Show Avlumon the map
SolbjergSolbjerg is a south-western suburb of Aarhus in Denmark and one of the outer suburbs of Aarhus. It is located 17 km. from the city centre and has a population of 3,505 (1 January 2014). Show Solbjergon the map
HavredalHavredal is a small Danish village with a population of 134 (as of 1 January 2012) It is located 15 km south from Viborg and 1 km south from Frederiks near Alheden in central Jutland. Show Havredalon the map
AssentoftAssentoft is a town on the peninsula of Jutland, with a population of 3,427 (2016). The town is eight kilometers east of Randers, and is a part of Randers Municipality in the Central Denmark Region. Show Assentofton the map
FrederiksFrederiks is a small Danish town with a population of 1,811 (1 January 2014), on the road between Viborg and Herning. It is located in Viborg Municipality in central Jutland. Show Frederikson the map
GrønhøjGrønhøj is a small Danish town with a population of 209 (1 January 2010). It is located 15 km southwest of Viborg and 25 km south of Skive, near Alheden in central Jutland. Show Grønhøjon the map
ÅbyhøjAabyhøj or Åbyhøj is a neighborhood of Aarhus, Denmark. It has a population of approximately 11,000 people and is home to Aabyhøj IF football club and Aabyhøj Basketball. Show Åbyhøjon the map
Rønde(For the former Rønde municipality, see Rønde Municipality.) Rønde is a town in central Denmark with a population of 2,818 (1 January 2014), located in Syddjurs municipality in Jutland. William Kvist, footballer was born in Rønde. Show Røndeon the map
ThorsøThorsø is a village, with a population of 1,800 (1 January 2014), located in Favrskov Municipality of the Central Denmark Region in the Jutland peninsula of Denmark. Show Thorsøon the map
MundelstrupMundelstrup is a village in east Jutland, Denmark, with a population of 386 (1 January 2014). It's located approximately 13 kilometres (8.1 mi) from central Aarhus. Show Mundelstrupon the map
StudstrupStudstrup is the northernmost suburb of Aarhus, Denmark with a population of 853 (1 January 2014). Studstrup is home to the 700 MW power plant Studstupværket. Show Studstrupon the map
LysgårdLysgård is a small Danish village with a population of 101 (1 January 2010). It is located 15 km south from Viborg near Dollerup Hills in central Jutland. Show Lysgårdon the map
SundsøreSundsøre is a village in the former Sundsøre municipality, since 1 January 2007 it is a part of Skive Municipality, Central Denmark Region in Denmark. Show Sundsøreon the map
TyrstedTyrsted (Tyr Stead) is a parish located 2 miles southeast of Horsens, Jutland, Denmark. Tyrsted is part of the Horsens municipality. Show Tyrstedon the map
HallendrupHallendrup is a small village located northeast of Hadsten, Aarhus, Denmark, GPS coordinates are 56° 22' 0\" North, 10° 7' 0\" East. Show Hallendrupon the map
VivildVivild is a town located in Jutland, Denmark, with a population of 799 (1 January 2014). It is a part of Norddjurs Municipality. Show Vivildon the map
BruunshåbBruunshåb is a little town in Viborg Municipality, Denmark. The town was established in 1821 around Bruunshaab Gamle Papfabrik. Show Bruunshåbon the map
MallingMalling is a village in Denmark, located about 12 km (7.5 mi) south of Aarhus. It has a population of 3,694 (1 January 2012). Show Mallingon the map
LøjenkærLøjenkær is a village and civil parish of the municipality of Århus. It is the village where Carl Værnet was born. Show Løjenkæron the map
LyneLyne is a small town with a population of 235 (1 January 2014) in southwest Denmark on the peninsula of Jutland. Show Lyneon the map
LemvigLemvig, with a population of 6,966 (2015), is the main town in Lemvig Municipality, Denmark. Show Lemvigon the map
HattingHatting is a town in Horsens Municipality, Denmark, with a population of 1,588 (1 January 2014). Show Hattingon the map
MellerupMellerup is a village in the Danish municipality of Randers and has a population of 629 (2007). Show Mellerupon the map
TrigeTrige is a suburb of Aarhus in Denmark. It has a population of 2,847 (1 January 2014). Show Trigeon the map
SkæringSkæring is a suburb of Aarhus in Denmark. It has a population of 4977 as of (2006). Show Skæringon the map
AstrupAstrup is a village in Ringkøbing-Skjern Municipality, Denmark. Show Astrupon the map
EjerEjer is the highest town in Denmark at 160 meters (520 feet). Show Ejeron the map
FølleFølle is a suburb of Rønde in Syddjurs Municipality, Denmark. Show Følleon the map
HerskindHerskind is a village in Skanderborg Municipality, Denmark. Show Herskindon the map
AlkenAlken is a village in Skanderborg Municipality, Denmark. Show Alkenon the map
KnebelKnebel is a village in Syddjurs Municipality, Denmark. Show Knebelon the map
MønstedMønsted is a village in Viborg Municipality, Denmark. Show Mønstedon the map
LøgstrupLøgstrup is a town in Viborg Municipality, Denmark. Show Løgstrupon the map
LihmeLihme is a village in Skive Municipality, Denmark. Show Lihmeon the map
StoholmStoholm is a town in Viborg Municipality, Denmark. Show Stoholmon the map
AnsAns is a town in Silkeborg Municipality, Denmark. Show Anson the map
SletSlet is a suburb of Aarhus in Denmark. Show Sleton the map
States, regions, administrative units in Central Jutland
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Struer KommuneStruer is the main town of the kommune of Struer, Region Midtjylland, Denmark with a population of 10,261 (1 January 2014). The town of Struer owes its growth to the railroad, which arrived in 1865 with Jutland's first railroad line from Århus/Randers over Viborg to Skive and Struer. Before its arrival Struer was a little town, that primarily functioned as a harbour for the residents of Holstebro; but after its arrival the town grew explosively into a big town, and eventually became one of Denmark's most important railway connection points. Although the station has been expanded several times, the central part of the wellmaintained building is one of Denmark's oldest stations. One of the oldest station buildings now house the administration and science labs of Struer statsgymnasium, one ofShow on map
Thyholm KommuneUntil January 1, 2007 Thyholm was a municipality (Danish, kommune) in the former Ringkjøbing County on the island of Vendsyssel-Thy, a part of the Jutland peninsula in northwest Denmark. The municipality included the island of Jegindø, and it covered an area of 76 km². It had a total population of 3,577 (2005). Its last mayor was Peter Gade, a member of the Conservative People's Party (Det Konservative Folkeparti) political party. The main town and the site of its municipal council was the town of Hvidbjerg.Show on map
Lemvig KommuneLemvig is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Midtjylland on the west coast of the Jutland peninsula in west Denmark. The municipality covers an area of 516.63 km², and has a population of 20,657 (1 January 2015). Its mayor is Erik Flyvholm, a member of the Venstre (Liberal Party) political party. The main town and the site of its municipal council is the town of Lemvig. The town has a population of 6,966. The Lem Cove (Lem Vig) leads into the town of Lemvig from Nissum Bredning. Lake Ferring (Ferring Sø) lies north of the town of Ferring.Show on map
Odder KommuneOdder is a town in the Odder municipality, just south of Aarhus, and in Region Midtjylland. As of 1 January 2014 Odder had a population of 11,404. The town is located in the middle of Denmark, just south of the city of Aarhus and is often affectionately described by its inhabitants as \"the heart of Denmark\". The 26.5-kilometre (16.5 mi) Odderbanen train line connects the town and other towns in the municipality to Aarhus. The railway line is known as Oddergrisen (\"The Odder Pig\"). The original A/S Hads-Ning Herreders Jernbane train line was established in 1884.Show on map
Århus KommuneAarhus Municipality (Danish: Aarhus Kommune), until 2011 formerly known as Århus Municipality (Danish: Århus Kommune), is a municipality in the Central Region, on the east coast of the Jutland peninsula in central Denmark. Aarhus Municipality was not merged with other municipalities in the nationwide Kommunalreformen (\"The Municipal Reform\" of 2007) due to its already relatively large size and population.Show on map
Ringkøbing-Skjern KommuneRingkøbing-Skjern municipality is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Denmark. It was formed on January 1, 2007 as part of the 2007 administrative reform from the former municipalities of Egvad, Holmsland, Ringkøbing, Skjern, and Videbæk. New figures concerning Regions and Municipalities of Denmark published by the Ministry of Economics, \"Municipal Key Figures\" (Danish: \"De Kommunale Nøgletal\" states the new municipality from 2011 as having an area of 1,494.56 square kilometres (577.05 sq mi), the largest municipality in Denmark by area. The total population was 57,148 (1 April 2014), according to Statistics Denmark (Danish:Danmarks Statistik) online statistics source: Statistikbanken.dk, \"Befolkning og valg\". Population density: 38 per square km. It is part of Region@en .Show on map
Skive KommuneSkive Municipality is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Central Denmark Region on Salling Peninsula, a part of the larger Jutland Peninsula in northwest Denmark. It covers an area of 688.09 km² (2013) and has a population of 46,938 (1 April 2014). Its mayor is Peder Christian Kirkegaard, a member of the Venstre political party. The main town and the site of its municipal council is the city of Skive. The Virksund Bridge (Virksundbroen) connects the municipality at the town of Virksund to the town of Sundstrup in Viborg municipality.Show on map
Skanderborg KommuneSkanderborg Municipality is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Midtjylland on the Jutland peninsula in central Denmark, just southwest of Aarhus and is a part of the East Jutland metropolitan area. It has an area of 429.17 km², and has a population of 58,283 (1 April 2014). Its mayor as of 1 January 2010 is Jørgen Gaarde, representing the Social Democrats political party. Skanderborg is the municipality's main town, and serves as the seat of the municipal council.Show on map
Viborg KommuneViborg municipality is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Midtjylland on the Jutland peninsula in northern Denmark. The municipality covers an area of 1,421.04 km², and has a population of 94,622 (1 April 2014). Søren Pape Poulsen was chosen as mayor again for a second term of office 2014-17, but before the first year of his second term had passed, he accepted an offer to become chairman of his party, and a new mayor had to be chosen among the municipal council members. Its mayor from 3 September 2014 is Torsten Nielsen, also a member of the Conservative People's Party. He is mayor in the rest of the 2014-17 term of office.Show on map
Favrskov KommuneFavrskov Municipality (Danish: Favrskov Kommune, pronounced is a municipality in Region Midtjylland in Denmark north of Aarhus and is a part of the Aarhus area. According to Municipal and Regional Key Figures it covers an area of 540.25 km2 (208.59 square miles) and has a population of 47,177 (1 April 2014). The largest towns within the municipality are Hadsten, Hinnerup and Hammel and Favrskov Municipality is considered part of the East Jutland metropolitan area with 1.2 million inhabitants in total.Show on map
Horsens KommuneHorsens municipality is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Midtjylland on the east coast of the Jutland peninsula in central Denmark. The municipality includes the island of Endelave, and covers an area of 524.21 km². It has a population of 85,911 (1 April 2014). Its mayor is Peter Sørensen, a member of the Social Democrats political party. The main town and the site of its municipal council is the city of Horsens. The municipality was created in 1970 due to a kommunalreform (\"Municipal Reform\") that combined the city of Horsens with a number of existing parishes:Show on map
Syddjurs KommuneSyddjurs municipality is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Midtjylland in Denmark just north of Aarhus and is a part of the Aarhus area. It covers an area of 696.7 km² and has a population of 41,671 (1 April 2014). The municipality is also a part of the East Jutland metropolitan area with 1,2 mio inhabitants.. On 1 January 2007 Syddjurs municipality (\"South Djursland\") was created as the result of Kommunalreformen (\"The Municipal Reform\" of 2007), consisting of the former municipalities of Ebeltoft, Midtdjurs, Rosenholm, and Rønde.Show on map
Silkeborg KommuneSilkeborg municipality is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Midtjylland on the Jutland peninsula in central Denmark. The municipality covers an area of 857.16 km², and has a population of 89,707 (1 April 2014). Its mayor is Steen Vindum, of the party Venstre. The main town and the site of its municipal council is the town of Silkeborg. On 1 January 2007 Silkeborg municipality was, as the result of Kommunalreformen (\"The Municipal Reform\" of 2007), merged with Gjern, Kjellerup, and Them municipalities to form the new Silkeborg municipality.Show on map
Norddjurs KommuneNorddjurs is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Midtjylland in Denmark. It covers an area of 723.15 km² and has a population of 37,839 (1 April 2014). The municipality is also a part of the East Jutland metropolitan area with 1.2 million inhabitants and includes the island of Anholt in its extreme northeast. On 1 January 2007 Norddjurs municipality was created as the result of Kommunalreformen (\"The Municipal Reform\" of 2007), consisting of the former municipalities of Grenå, Nørre Djurs and Rougsø, along with the eastern part of Sønderhald municipality.Show on map
Region MidtjyllandCentral Denmark Region (Danish: Region Midtjylland) is an administrative region of Denmark established on 1 January 2007 as part of the 2007 Danish Municipal Reform, which replaced the traditional counties (\"amter\") with five larger regions. At the same time, smaller municipalities were merged into larger units, cutting the number of municipalities from 271 before 1 January 2006, when Ærø Municipality was created, to 98. The reform was implemented in Denmark on 1 January 2007.Show on map
Randers KommuneRanders Municipality is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Midtjylland on the Jutland peninsula in central Denmark. The municipality covers an area of 748.21 km², and has a population of 96,559 (1 April 2014). Its mayor as of 1 January 2014 is Claus Omann Jensen, a member of Venstre. The main town and the site of its municipal council is the city of Randers.Show on map
Herning KommuneHerning is a Danish city in Region Midtjylland, on the Jutland peninsula. It is the main town and the administrative seat of Herning Municipality. Herning has a population of 47,765 (1 January 2014) including the suburbs of Tjørring, Snejbjerg, Lind, Birk, Hammerum, and Gjellerup, making Herning the 11th most populous urban area in Denmark.Show on map
Holstebro KommuneHolstebro is the main town in Holstebro Municipality, Denmark. The town, bisected by the Storåen (\"The Large Creek\"), has a population of 34,873 (1 January 2014). Home of Sigmund Trondheim.Show on map
Hedensted KommuneHedensted Kommune is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Region Midtjylland on the Jutland peninsula in central Denmark. Its seat and main town is Hedensted.Show on map
Different buildings in Central Jutland
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Sletterhage FyrSletterhage Lighthouse is located in Denmark on the southern tip of the Djursland peninsula protruding into the Kattegat between Denmark and Sweden at the entrance to the Baltic Sea. The concrete lighthouse was built in 1894 to help guide ships to and from the Port of Aarhus, via a shipping lane that passes close to the lighthouse isthmus.Show on map
Silkeborg Football StadiumMascot Park is a Danish football stadium in the town of Silkeborg, located in the middle of Jutland. It is home to the Danish Superliga club Silkeborg IF. It's formerly known as Silkeborg Stadion. The track was founded back in 1925, and in 1943 was also a stadium house built with primitive dressing rooms. By this time Silkeborg Stadion was both football stadium and athletic center with a running track around the lawn. The old stadium house built in Swiss style with balconies are still a part of Silkeborg Stadion although there were built new and modern facilities for league players. When players run on the track it happens from the doors of the stadium building. Since Silkeborg IF achieved great sporting success in the 1990s it was also necessary to have a modern stadium and the stands todShow on map
LøvenholmLøvenholm is a castle and estate 23 km (14 mi) east of Randers in Jutland, Denmark, owned by a foundation. Its grounds can be accessed on public footpaths. The former monastery was established in 1440, and was called Gjesingholm from 1440 til 1674. The nearby village is still called Gjesing. The name, Løvenholm - lions island - was used from 1674. The main building was constructed in the periods 1550-1576 and 1642-1643Show on map
Aarhus UniversitetAarhus University (Danish: Aarhus Universitet, abbreviated AU) is a prestigious public university located in Aarhus, Denmark. Founded in 1928, it is Denmark's second oldest university and the largest, with a total of 44,500 enrolled students as of 1 January 2013, after a merger with Aarhus School of Engineering. In most prestigious ranking lists of the world's best universities, Aarhus University is placed in the top 100. The university belongs to the Coimbra Group of European universities. The business school within Aarhus University, called Aarhus BSS, holds the EFMD (European Foundation for Management Development) Equis accreditation, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and the Association of MBAs (AMBA). This makes the business school of Aarhus University@en .Show on map
Den Gamle ByThe Old Town in Aarhus, Denmark (Danish: Den Gamle By), is an open-air town museum located in the Aarhus Botanical Gardens. In 1914 the museum opened as the world's first open-air museum of its kind, concentrating on town culture rather than village culture, and to this day it remains one of just a few top rated Danish museums outside Copenhagen, serving more than 400,000 visitors pr. year. Today the museum consists of 75 historical buildings collected from 20 townships in all parts of the country.Show on map
SkaføgårdSkaføgård is a manor house in Hvilsager Parish in Syddjurs Municipality in the eastern Jutland peninsula of Djursland, Denmark. It is not one of Denmarks largest manor-houses, but one of the best preserved. Inside there is an enormous oak closet carved by the Dutch carpenter Mikkel van Gronningen whose most famous work is the pulpit in Århus Cathedral. The closet covers 13 m2 (140 sq ft) of wall space and, in view of its rich detail, is considered to be one of the most outstanding examples of carved wooden Renaissance furniture in Northern Europe.Show on map
Moesgård MuseumShow on map
Aarhus Central StationAarhus Central Station (Danish: Aarhus Hovedbanegård, abbreviated Aarhus H) is the main railway station serving the city of Aarhus, Denmark. Serving as the main connecting hub for rail traffic between Aarhus and the rest of Denmark, the station is used by an average of 6.3 million people per year, making it the busiest station in Denmark outside the Copenhagen area. It is located in the city centre between the districts of Midtbyen and Frederiksbjerg with entrances from Banegårdspladsen and the shopping centre Bruun's Galleri, and with access to platforms from M.P. Bruuns Gade.Show on map
Aarhus TeaterThe Aarhus Theatre (Danish: Aarhus Teater) in Aarhus, is the largest provincial theatre in Denmark. The present theatre house was constructed in the late 19th century, as a replacement for the old theatre, nicknamed \"Svedekassen\" (English: The Sweat-box). Since Aarhus had grown to become Jutland's biggest city during the 19th century, the old theatre had become too small to serve the public demand. A new building was designed by the Danish architect Hack Kampmann (1856–1920), and the construction began on 12 August 1898. Only two years later, Aarhus Theatre stood completed and was inaugurated on the 15th of September 1900.Show on map
RosenholmUntil 1 January 2007 Rosenholm municipality was a municipality (Danish, kommune) in the former Aarhus County on the east coast of the Jutland peninsula in central Denmark just north of Aarhus and is more or less a suburb today. The municipality covered an area of 141 km2, and had a total population of 10.325 (2005). Its last mayor was Richard Volander, a member of the Venstre (Liberal Party) political party. The main town and the site of its municipal council was the town of Hornslet.Show on map
Musikhuset AarhusMusikhuset Aarhus (Aarhus Concert Hall) is a large concert hall complex in Aarhus, Denmark. Located in the city centre, Musikhuset is Aarhus' main venue for music and with seating for more than 3,600 people in total, it is the largest concert hall in Scandinavia. Musikhuset Aarhus was designed by Kjær & Richter and built in 1979-1982, commissioned by Aarhus Municipality.Show on map
Århus Sygehus SkejbySkejby Sygehus or Aarhus University Hospital, Skejby, is a large university hospital located in Aarhus in Denmark. On 4 January 1988 the first patient was admitted. The university status of the hospital means that extensive research and education is carried out. Aarhus University Hospital, Skejby, serves as a basic hospital for Aarhus City, a regional hospital for Central Denmark Region and as a national hospital for certain diseases. Since 1. April 2011, Skejby Sygehus is a department under Aarhus University Hospital.Show on map
Søsterhøj TV TowerTelecommunication Tower Aarhus (Danish Søsterhøj Antennen, Søsterhøj Senderen or simply Søsterhøj), is a radio and television transmission tower in Aarhus, Denmark. It is the main transmission antenna in all of Aarhus and it is the second tallest building in Denmark. The tower is situated on the top of the hill of Søsterhøj (112 metres above sea level) in the neighbourhood of Skåde, in the district of Højbjerg. The construction of Telecommunication Tower Aarhus began in 1956, and it was finished later that same year. The tower and mast reach 216 m tall, with the tower itself at 65 metres.Show on map
MarselisborgMarselisborg Palace, (Danish: Marselisborg Slot, Danish pronunciation: is a royal residence of the Danish Royal Family in Aarhus. It has been the summer residence of Queen Margrethe II since 1967.Show on map
Brabrand KirkeBrabrand Church (Danish: Brabrand Kirke) is a church located in Brabrand Parish in Aarhus, Denmark. The church is situated in the neighbourhood Brabrand by Brabrand Lake, west of Midtbyen. The church was originally devoted to St. Martin but is today a parish church in the Church of Denmark, serving a parish population of 6.962 (2015). The Brabrand Church pastorate is shared with the South Aarslev Church to the west. The resistance fighter Alf Tolboe Jensen, executed during the Second World War, is interred in the church cemetery.Show on map
RugårdRugaard is a rural farming and forestry castle 2 km from the eastern coast of the peninsula Djursland in Denmark bordering the sea, Kattegat between Denmark and Sweden at the entrance to the Baltic Sea in Scandinavia.The estate includes some 600 hectares of land farmed by external partners. Rugaard also has about 350 hectares of forest and 40 hectares of lakes. All in all 965 hectares. Part of Rugaard's income comes from rentals, including 32 houses and five farms.Show on map
Frijsenborg SlotFrijsenborg is a manor house and estate near Hammel, 27 km (17 mi) northwest of Aarhus in Jutland, Denmark. The first manor on the site known as Jernit was built by Valdemar Parberg in 1583. After the statesman Mogens Friis acquired the property in 1672, the manor was rebuilt at the end of the 17th century. In the 1860s, it was considerably expanded and redesigned in the Renaissance style.Show on map
Nørre VosborgNørre Vosborg is a manor house located near Vemb, 19 km (12 mi) west of Holstebro in the west of Jutland, Denmark. The original building dates from c. 1532 with additions in 1640, 1750 and the mid-19th century. In 1946, restoration of the complex began under the leadership of H.H. Engqvist. The work was completed by Realdania in 2008, leading to a hotel with conference facilities.Show on map
Gammel EstrupGammel Estrup Manor (Danish: Gammel Estrup) is a red-brick Renaissance manor house some 20 km (12 mi) east of Randers in Jutland, Denmark. The manor as we know it today can be traced back to 1490. But excavations have revealed evidence of earlier constructions also mentioned in texts under the name Essendrup dating back to 1340.Show on map
BygholmBygholm Castle is a former royal castle and manor house located just south of Horsens, Denmark. It traces its history back to 1313 but the current Baroque buildings date from 1775. Owned by Horsens Municipality, the main building is now run as a hotel while the associated land is a public park and used as fair grounds.Show on map
Herning AirportHerning Airport (Danish: Herning Flyveplads or Herning Lufthavn) (ICAO: EKHG) is an airport located 3.8 nautical miles (7.0 km; 4.4 mi) north-northeast of Herning, a city in Herning Municipality (Herning Kommune), Central Denmark Region (Region Midtjylland), Denmark.Show on map
Øm KlosterØm Abbey was a Cistercian monastery founded in 1172 in the Diocese of Aarhus near the town of Rye, between the lakes of Mossø and Gudensø in central Jutland, Denmark. It is one of many former monasteries and abbeys in the region known as Søhøjlandet.Show on map
VinderslevholmVinderslevholm is a Late Gothic manor house located 10 km (6 mi) northwest of Silkeborg, Denmark. It is situated on a narrow peninsula which reaches into Hinge Lake and is separated from the mainland by a moat.Show on map
BrattingsborgBrattingsborg is a manor house and estate located 6 km (3.7 mi) south of Tranebjerg, on the Danish island of Samsø. The estate produces bread and potatoes for Danish supermarkets under the brand Brattingsborg.Show on map
Stauning Vestjylland AirportStauning Vestjylland Airport is an airport in Skjern, Denmark. The airport is home to the annual KZ Rally, a vintage aircraft and aviation fair where enthusiasts and collectors can show their planes.Show on map
Aarhus AirportAarhus Airport (Danish: Aarhus Lufthavn) (IATA: AAR, ICAO: EKAH) is a civilian airport located in Tirstrup, Denmark, which is 19.4 nautical miles (35.9 km; 22.3 mi) northeast of Aarhus.Show on map
Midtjyllands AirportKarup Airport (Danish: Karup Lufthavn) is an airport in Denmark. The airport carries passengers primarily from the nine owning municipalities in mid and west Jutland.Show on map
ClausholmClausholm Castle is a large Danish country house located some 12 km southeast of Randers in eastern Jutland. It is one of Denmark's finest Baroque buildings.Show on map
SpøttrupSpøttrup Castle (Danish: Spøttrup Borg) is a well-preserved medieval defensive castle located 17 km (11 mi) northwest of Skive in northern Jutland, Denmark.Show on map
Kalø SlotKalø Castle (Danish: Kalø Slot) is a ruined castle located in eastern Jutland, in Denmark, 20 km from the city of Aarhus within Mols Bjerge National Park.Show on map
Randers AirportRanders Airport (ICAO airport code EKRD) is an airport in Randers, Denmark.It is a municipally owned airfield, located near the village Borup, 4.6 kilometers. north of Randers Centrum. The site, which was first commissioned in 1967 has a 900 meter long and 23 meter wide asphalt 07-25 runway.Show on map
Lemvig AirportLemvig Airport is an airport in Lemvig, Denmark.Show on map
Samsø AirportSamsø Airport is an airport on Samsø, Denmark.Show on map
Skive AirportSkive Airport is an airport in Skive, Denmark.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Central Jutland
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StoråStorå (\"Large Creek\") or Storåen is Denmark's second longest creek, spanning 104 kilometres (65 mi), and only surpassed by Gudenå. Storå originates southeast of Ikast, winding its way between Herning, Sunds, and Ørre. Then it winds through Nybro, Hodsager and Holstebro before ending up in Nissum Fjord. After Ørre, the river is so wide that it is possible to kayak. In Ørre, Sunds Nørreå comes together with Herningholms Creek, so the water volume increases. After the city Vemb, the creek Lille å is added onto the river.Show on map
Ringkøbing FjordRingkøbing Fjord, despite its name, is in fact a shallow lagoon on the westcoast of Jutland. Skjern River terminates in Ringkøbing Fjord with a large river delta system to the east, and the lagoon is shielded from the North Sea by a long isthmus named Holmsland Dunes to the west. On the Hvide Sande Canal in the middle of the isthmus, there is a floodgate that provides access to the sea to the west. The fjord is about 30 kilometers long and 2 to 3 meters deep. In the southwestern corner is the Tipperne peninsula, where there is a bird reservation. The town of Ringkøbing lies to the north-east. Ringkøbing Fjord was once affected by oxygen depletion, but today both plant and fish life abounds.Show on map
Skjern ÅSkjern River (Danish: Skjern Å) is the largest river in Denmark, in terms of volume. The river drains about one tenth of Denmark and discharges 206 m³/s (89,100 ft³/s) of water into the Ringkøbing Fjord - a lagoon and former bay of the North Sea. The river has its name from town of Skjern, located at the river delta (the only river delta in the country) at Ringkøbing Fjord.Show on map
Randers FjordRanders Fjord is a 30 km (19 mi) long Danish fjord in Northern Europe leading to the sea of Kattegat, between Denmark and Sweden. The fjord is the outlet from Denmark's longest river, Gudenaa. The upper 13 km (8.1 mi), starting at the town Randers, look more like a broad river than a fjord. The lower 17 km (11 mi) have extensive reed plains bordering the shores To some extent this inhibits the recreational use of and access to the fjord. In some places, the reed beds are harvested for traditional roof thatching.Show on map
Nissum FjordNissum Fjord is an inlet located in West Jutland, west of Vemb and is demarcated from the North Sea by a 13 km wide isthmus, Bøvling Klit, and passes through a lock in Thorsminde. The inlet has a water area of 70 km² or 7.000 ha. but the average water depth is only about 1 meter, and the deepest areas in Felsted Kog and the center of the inlet are between 2 and 3 meters. The northern part of the inlet, called Bøvling Fjord, is so shallow that it is sometimes completely drained by strong winds. Nissum Fjord has several creeks which empty into it, such as Ramme Creek, Flynder Creek, Damhus Creek and the largest creek, Storåen, which has its mouth at the eastern corner of Felsted Kog in the southeastern end of the inlet. Since the 1870s, Thorsminde has regulated the inlet's water level and saShow on map
Århus BugtThe Bay of Aarhus or the Aarhus Bay is a Danish waterway by Aarhus in eastern Jutland. The Bay of Aarhus is bounded by Kalø Vig in the north, Sletterhage and Helgenæs in the east, Samsø and Tunø to the south and the east Jutland coast to the west. The bay stretches over an area of 610 square kilometres (240 sq mi) and consists of a flat bassin, increasing in depth from 14 m in the west to 18 m in the east. The bay mainly exchanges water with the Kattegat through a deep trench along Helgenæs with depths to 50 m. In the bay's southern section there are a number of stony reefs including Norsminde Flak, Wulffs Flak, Mejlflak and Tunø Knob. These reefs and the islands of Tunø and Samsø, prevents an open connection with the Belt Sea.Show on map
Kalø VigKalø Vig (English: Kalø Cove) is a cove in the north end of the Bay of Aarhus, stretching in a semicircle from Skæring in the North West to Kalø Castle below Rønde in the North to the peninsula Skødshoved in the East. The area around Kalø Castle became a nature preserve in 1939 and is now a part of Mols Bjerge National Park. Sight lines over the cove from Hjelmager south of Løgten are subject to conservation and preservation rules. \n* Kalø Vig seen from Mols Bjerge; In the baggrunden Studstrupværket. \n* Kalø Castle and the 500 m. cobbled dam to the island.Show on map
OddesundOddesund is a strait in the Danish Limfjorden. The Oddesund Bridge (Danish: Oddesundbroen) spans the fjord connecting the mainland of Jutland with Thy. According to the Heimskringla, a battle took place in Oddasund between the Swedish king Jorund and a Norwegian pirate from Hålogaland. The area is a popular for tourists and it offers recreational fishing opportunities.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Central Jutland
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JernhattenJernhatten - The Iron Hat - is a protected hill and view point on the peninsula, Djursland, in Denmark protruding into the sea, Kattegat between Denmark and Sweden. From the top of the hill, 49 meters above sea level, there is a view up and down the coast including and the island Hjelm as well as an inland view over the hilly southern Djursland area, called Mols. \n* Jernhatten seen from south-west \n* Marl-soil at Jernhatten \n* Vegetation at Jernhatten \n* Wind stunted beech tree at the top of Jernhatten \n* View from top, south, winter \n* View, from path, direction inland \n* View, east from top \n*Show on map
Holmsland KlitUntil January 1, 2007 Holmsland was a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Ringkjøbing County on the west coast of the Jutland peninsula in west Denmark. The municipality covered an area of 95 km² on a narrow strip of land, Holmsland Dunes (Holmsland Klit), which is connected to the mainland on the north and south, and bounded on the east by Ringkøbing Fjord and on the west by the North Sea. It had a total population of 5,285 (2005). Its last mayor was Ivar Enevoldsen. The main town and the site of its municipal council was the town of Hvide Sande (\"White Sands\").Show on map
AnholtAnholt (Danish pronunciation: [ˈanhɔˀld]) is a Danish island in the Kattegat, midway between Jutland and Sweden at the entrance to the Baltic Sea in Northern Europe. There are 145 permanent residents as of 1 January 2016. Anholt is seven miles (11 km) long and about four miles (6 km) wide at its widest, and covers an area of 21,75 km². Anholt is part of Norddjurs Municipality in Region Midtjylland. Before the 2007 municipal reform, it was in Grenå Municipality.Show on map
TipperneThe reserve, which falls under the control of Denmark's Environmental Ministry and is managed by the Danish Forest and Nature Agency (Danish: Skov- og Naturstyrelsen) via Oxbøl Statsskovdistrikt, has a total area of about 2,200 ha, of which about 1,500 ha are shallow water areas around the peninsula. Tipperne is part of a larger conservation of Ringkøbing Fjord, which is also designated as a Ramsar wetland, that is, an international area of importance for waterfowl in accordance with the Ramsar Convention and EF's bird protection directive.Show on map
MolsMols is a small Danish gathering of hilly peninsulas in the southern part of the larger peninsula of Djursland on the east coast of Jutland. The largest peninsulas of Mols comprise Skødshoved to the west, and Helgenæs to the east. Mols' largest town is Ebeltoft, a town on the coast, noted for its historical town centre. Some residents of Mols or Ebeltoft will argue that Ebeltoft is not a town of Mols. The usually accepted compromise is that Ebeltoft is the market town of Mols, although not geographically situated in present-day Mols.Show on map
Ejer BavnehøjEjer Bavnehøj (Danish pronunciation: [ɑɪ̯ɐ ˈbɑʊ̯nəhɔɪ̯ˀ], also spelled Ejer Baunehøj) is the third-highest natural point in Denmark (170.35 m). It lies in the southern part of Skanderborg municipality, between the villages of Riis and Ejer.At its summit is a 13 m tall tower, built in 1924, commemorating the reunion of the south of Jutland with the rest of Denmark after the First World War.Show on map
DjurslandDjursland is a 44 km × 33 km hilly lowland peninsula in Denmark at the entrance to the Baltic Sea, between Denmark and Sweden in Northern Europe. Djursland protrudes into the Kattegat sea, as part of the larger peninsula of Jutland, which itself extends from the Central European continent. Djursland comprise the two municipalities of Norddjurs and Syddjurs. Djursland is a popular place for recreation in the summer and has several activities for tourists to offer. It attracts both Danes and foreigners alike and tourism is a major job and economic contributor on Djursland nowadays.Show on map
FurFur (alternative older spelling Fuur) is a small Danish island in the Limfjord at the northern tip of the Salling peninsula. Fur has under 900 inhabitants. The island covers an area of 22 km². It is located at 56°49′N 09°01′E / 56.817°N 9.017°E. The island is linked to the mainland through a 24-hour ferry, the Sleipner-Fur ferry, sailing from Branden. The crossing of the Fursund takes 3–4 minutes. In 2010, readers of the Danish newspaper Kristeligt Dagblad voted for \"Denmark's most wonderful island\" and chose Fur ahead of Læsø and Ærø. Fur is part of Skive municipality. \n* \n* An inland location.Show on map
HelgenæsHelgenæs is a peninsula, approximately twenty square kilometres in size, stretching out from Mols in Denmark. Mols is itself part of the large peninsula of Djursland, in the middle of the Kattegat sea between Denmark and Sweden.Show on map
TunøTunø is a Danish island in the Kattegat, approximately 4 km west of the neighbouring island of Samsø. The island covers an area of 3.52 square kilometres (1.36 square miles) and has 113 inhabitants, as of 2005. It comes under the administration of Odder municipality. Tunø By is the only village on the island, with the hamlet of Løkkegårde as the second most populated area. Every summer Tunø hosts a popular music festival, Tunø Festival, attracting Danish and international artists alike. In 2011, Tunø Festival enjoyed its 25th anniversary.Show on map
Yding SkovhøjYding Skovhøj in Horsens municipality, Jutland is one of Denmark's highest points. Its height is 172.54 m above sea level when the height of one of the Bronze Age burial mounds built on the top of the hill is included. If these man-made structures are ignored the hill's highest point is at 170.77 m, which is 9 cm lower than Denmark's highest natural point, Møllehøj at 170.86 m. Ejer Bavnehøj is Denmark's third highest natural point at 170.35 m.Show on map
VenøVenø is a small Danish island located in Limfjorden in the north of Jutland, 3 kilometres (2 miles) north of Struer. It is 7.5 kilometres (4.7 miles) long and has a maximum width of 1.5 kilometres (0.9 miles). With an area of 6.5 square kilometres (2.5 square miles), it has a population of 204 as of 1 January 2015. Since 1958, there has been a ferry service from Venø Odde, the island's most southerly point, over the narrow sound to Kleppen. Venø's highest point, Forstov Bakke, is 27 metres (89 feet) above sea level and has cliffs to the west. The island is a popular holiday destination with good beaches and camping facilities. The only village is Venø By in the centre of the island and has Denmark's smallest church as well as a small fishing harbour which is suitable for pleasure boats.Show on map
SamsøSamsø (Anglicized: \"Samso\" or \"Samsoe\") is a Danish island in the Kattegat 15 kilometers (9.3 mi) off the Jutland Peninsula. Samsø is located in Samsø municipality. The community has 3,806 inhabitants (2013) called Samsings and is 114 km² in area. Due to its central location, the island was used during the Viking Age as a meeting place. The etymology of the island's name is unknown. In 1997, Samsø won a government competition to become a model renewable energy community. Now 100% of its electricity comes from wind power and biomass.Show on map
AlrøAlrø is a small Danish island in Horsens Fjord on the east coast of Jutland within Odder Municipality.The island is 7.52 km long with a coastline of 14 km, and stretches a little over 5 km wide from east to west. With a population of 147 as of January 2013, the island can be reached by road over an artificial causeway which connects it to the mainland on the northern side of the fjord. Alrø has been inhabited continuously since the Stone Age up to modern times, with possible additional usage during the Viking Age as a landing site.Show on map
SallingSalling is a peninsula located in the north-west of the larger Jutland peninsula in Denmark. The largest city in Salling is Skive. The Sallingsund Bridge connects the peninsula to the island of Mors, crossing the Salling Sund, part of the Limfjord. The island of Fur lies to the north of the peninsula and is linked by a 3-4 minute ferry service across the Fursund from Branden. Since January 2007 Salling is part of the newly formed Skive municipality.Show on map
HimmelbjergetHimmelbjerget (\"The Sky Mountain\" or \"The Mountain of Heaven\") is a hill located between Ry and Silkeborg, Denmark in the area known as Søhøjlandet. With a height of 147 m (482 ft), Himmelbjerget is one of the highest natural points in the Danish landscape. The hill and surrounding area has been a center for various gatherings and celebrations for more than 200 years and in 1875, a red brick tower was erected at the top.Show on map
Tivoli FrihedenTivoli Friheden is an amusement park located in Aarhus, Denmark. The park was visited by more than 365,000 visitors in 2009, and the figure is rising. The park is situated about 2 km to the south of the city centre. It has several themed sections with different types of attractions. There are more than 40 attractions. The water section (Tivoli VanDvittig) covers an area of 5,000 m2.Show on map
HjelmHjelm is a small Danish unpopulated island located in the Kattegat 10 km (6 mi) south-east from Ebeltoft. In 2009, the island was included in Mols Bjerge National Park. Most of the island is privately owned. The name Hjelm literally translates to Helmet in English. The island has also been referred to as Helm in English.Show on map
EndelaveEndelave is a Danish island in the Kattegat, north of Odense, off the coast of Funen, and west of Samsø. The island covers an area of 13.2 km2 (5.1 sq mi) and has 185 inhabitants.Show on map
JegindøJegindø is a Danish island in the western part of the Limfjord. The island is 6 km long and 3 km wide. Jegindø covers an area of 7,91 km² and has 507 inhabitants (1 January 2005).Show on map
Riis SkovRiis Skov (Riis' Forest or The Forest of Riis) is a forest and park in Århus, Denmark. It is located south of the district of Risskov, along the Bay of Aarhus.Show on map
HjarnøHjarnø is a small Danish island at the mouth of Horsens Fjord on the east coast of Jutland in Hedensted Municipality.Show on map