Arne Jacobsen’s Aarhus City Hall (Århus Rådhus Bygning) was originally designed without a tower in 1942 but the people demanded a more monumental symbol for the most important building in their city. The resulting tower is 60m tall and the tower clock face has a diameter of 7m. The building is made of concrete plated marble from Porsgrunn in Norway. Architect: Arne Jacobsen and Erik Møller

Arne Jacobsen’s Aarhus City Hall (Århus Rådhus Bygning) was originally designed without a tower in 1942 but the people demanded a more monumental symbol for the most important building in their city. The resulting tower is tall and the tower clock fac

aarhus danmark waterfront cafe

aarhus danmark waterfront cafe I loved coming here after class

The 6 Mythological Figures of Kapsejlads. The students at Aarhus University wait all year on this specific event, Kapsejlads! It has been my second Kapsejlads, and by writing it, it sounds like it has been the second time I run the NYC Marathon. But it is kinda like a marathon where, in this case, the task is slightly different: Drinking – and staying awake. Read more about living in Denmark on blogs.denmark.dk & denmark.dk

The 6 Mythological Figures of Kapsejlads. The students at Aarhus University wait all year on this specific event, Kapsejlads! It has been my second Kapsejlads, and by writing it, it sounds like it has been the second time I run the NYC Marathon. But it is kinda like a marathon where, in this case, the task is slightly different: Drinking – and staying awake. Read more about living in Denmark on blogs.denmark.dk & denmark.dk


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