Aalborg sits on the north-eastern shore of the Jutland Peninsula near Arhus. The city was founded early in the 11th century and is one of the oldest towns in Denmark. It became a major commercial centre in the 17th century and was Denmark's second largest city until about 1850. Aalborg features several Medieval landmarks including the Holy Ghost Monastery (1431), the Budolfi Church (circa 1500), and Alborghus castle (1539). The Alborg art and historical museum houses relics from the Viking ship cemetery. Nearby is Tivoliland theme park and Rebild National Park, a memorial to Danish-American friendship opened in 1912.
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