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Aalborg, Denmark, is the third largest city in Denmark, after Copenhagen and Aarhus. It is located in the North Jutland region, near the top of the country’s peninsula, where it “juts” into the North Sea.
Aalborg has many interesting sites to see and visit while there, including the blindingly-bright white Budolfi church, the Aalborg Castle, and some beautiful examples of renaissance architecture, such as the Jørgen Olufsens House and the Jens Bangs Stenhus.
Here’s a few more: