Aarhus Developments: Jutland Building Designs

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Aarhus Developments

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Aarhus Building Developments

Jutland Architectural Projects + Key New Property Designs, alphabetical:

Aarhus Architecture Designs – chronological list

Aarhus Aa
Aarhus Apartments on Island Ø4
Aarhus Architecture Walking Tours
Aarhus Buildings
Aarhus Domkirke
Aarhus Freemasons Building
Aarhus Goods Building
Aarhus Gymnastics Hall
Aarhus Harbour Building Designs
Aarhus Harbour Landmark
Aarhus Library
Aarhus Masterplan
Aarhus Ridehuset
Aarhus Skolegade
Aarhus Teater
Aarhus Town Hall
Aarhus University Buildings
Arkitektskolen
ARoS Building
ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum
ARoS The Next Level in Aarhus

Campus Aarhus N
CinemaxX Aarhus
Concert Hall Aarhus

Gellerup Sports and Culture Campus in Aarhus

Home for Life in Lystrup Denmark
Hothouse Botanical Gardens Aarhus
Hovedbanegarden Aarhus

Mindet 6 at Aarhus Harbour, Jutland
Moellestien Aarhus
Moesgård Museum

Port Centre and HQ in Aarhus

Salling Aarhus
Salling Tower at Aarhus Harbour
Siloetten Aarhus

The Infinite Bridge Aarhus

Valdemars Have in Aarhus
Vestas Wind Systems Offices
VIA University College Campus Horsens

Location: Aarhus, Jutland, western Denmark




Architecture in Denmark

Contemporary Danish Architecture

Aarhus Architects

Mindet 6 building design by C. F. Møller Architects:
Mindet 6 Aarhus Developments
picture © Aestethica Studio
Mindet 6

Danish Architects

Danish Architecture

Aarhus Cathedral (Århus Domkirke) in the centre of Aarhus, is the longest and tallest church in Denmark at 93 m (305 ft) and 96 m (315 ft) in length and height respectively. Originally built as a Romanesque basilica in the 13th century, it was rebuilt and enlarged as a Gothic cathedral in the late 15th and early 16th centuries.

It took more than a century to build; the associated cathedral school of Aarhus Katedralskole was already founded in 1195 and ranks as the 44th oldest school in the world.

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