Aalborg is the fourth-largest Danish city, which is rich in tourist attractions and cultural centers that attract tourists. In this city you will find many old buildings that stand here from the 16th century. These houses create a special unique atmosphere and national color that is not comparable with the situation in contemporary European resorts.
St. Budolfi Church is one of the main religious sights of Aalborg. It was founded in honor of the patron saint of seafarers. The first building was created in the beginning of the 10th century, and it was a small Romanesque church. In the 14th century the shrine was totally destroyed, and later a new church was founded on the same site. Inside the church is decorated with old portraits and murals, which are stored in a special gallery. Outside the church you can also see beautiful murals on the walls. These murals were printed in the 16th century. An interesting fact - all valuable items and jewelry that decorate the halls of the church have been presented to the monks from noble city merchants.
Alborghus Slot remains the most magnificent architectural place of interest in Aalborg. The castle was built in 1539 and for a long time this was the residence of one of the king’s viceroys. After visiting medieval halls you can take a walk through the castle’s gardens and admire the beautifully decorated inner yard.
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