One of the most remarkable Danish cities is the city of Oljlborg in Northern Ireland. The first settlement in this area dates back to 700 A.D. The choice of the site was primarily due to the convenience of the city, which allowed trade with all the neighboring peoples.
The first time the settlement is mentioned on the coins is dated 1040. At that time, Oláborg was called Alábaó, which means «creek settlement. It should be noted that even at that time the city had a cemetery, a church, and many other buildings. In the Middle Ages, the city becomes one of the largest and most important settlements in the Kingdom of Denmark. The presence of important trade routes, as well as the right to monopoly production of the countryside, made Orlborg a rich and important destination. Construction is going on actively, churches are being built, cathedrals are being built, and mighty fortresses are being built. The importance of the city has diminished over time, but up to the present day, it is an important community in Denmark. In the twentieth century an airfield is being built near the city, which is of paramount importance and therefore taken by the Germans as one of the first to be taken during the invasion of Denmark.
From nearby Língölhórg, Língöllem Hååé is the most interesting place of interest in Denmark. There are hundreds of tombs from various periods, most of them from the Viking period. The Línhóllem Héyé has been excavated since 1952. Archaeologists have uncovered exceptional material on the history and culture of ancient and medieval Denmark, and many of the artifacts found are preserved in the local museum. You can also see mosses laid out a thousand years ago – these are often stones arranged in the shape of a boat, which was the most important thing for the viking.
He also has a museum that tells the history of the city and country. Among the most interesting monuments of the city is the monument of John Bráng, an impressive seventeenth-century building with a depiction of the owner himself with an unmasked tongue. Legend has it that Bráhár was never elected to the city council, to which an intelligent and intelligent clerk responded in a similar fashion.
- Air quality: 76 US AQI Moderate. Air quality is acceptable. However, there may be a risk for some people, particularly those who are unusually sensitive to air pollution.
- Tap water: Yes, safe to drink
- Religious government: Non-religious
- Population: 200,000 people
- GDP: $53,730 / year
- Foreigners can own real estate: Yes
- Power outlets: 230V50Hz
- Internet: 54 Mbps
- Best wireless: Call Me
- Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere
- Tipping: Opinions on tipping in Denmark vary. According to Danish law, any service charge, including tips for waiters, has to be included in the price in restaurants. However, waiters obvious appreciate a tip, and according to some sources, it is customary to leave up to 10% to the waiter, if you are satisfied with the service.
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- Apartments: Airbnb
- Hotels: Booking.com
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- Best taxi: Moove
- Online electronics shop: Power
- Best hospital: Aalborg University Hospital
- Best short-haul air carrier: Ryanair
- Best intl air carrier: SAS
- Monthly costs for expat: $2200
- Monthly costs for family: $4700
- Monthly costs for local: $1350
- Meal: $16
- Small Cola: $3.5
- Beer 1 Pint: $8
- Coffee: $5.5
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