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  university of aarhus, denmark
The University of Aarhus was founded in 1928 and was the first Danish university to be established outside the capital of Copenhagen.
With a population in excess of 250,000 inhabitants, Aarhus is the second largest city in Denmark.
Today, Aarhus is known as the capital of the provinces and has a thriving business and commercial sector as well as many schools and educational institutions located in the area.
www.umsl.edu /services/abroad/universities/aarhus.html   (1044 words)

  Århus Kommune: Århus
Aarhus is the second-largest city in Denmark and the metropolis af Jutland, a modern city with a visionary outlook - and also an atmospheric town characterised by a strong sense af community and security.
The Port of Aarhus is the largest container port in Denmark and an important northern European transport hub.
Aarhus is the no. 1 study town in Denmark with the highest number af students relative to the number af inhabitants, and the city is home to a large number af excellent educational institutions catering for a total of about 40,000 students.
www.aarhuskommune.dk /portal/the_aarhus_docklands/aarhus   (283 words)

 UNECE - United Nations Economic Commission for Europe
The Aarhus Convention is a new kind of environmental
The subject of the Aarhus Convention goes to the heart of
"Although regional in scope, the significance of the Aarhus Convention is
www.unece.org /env/pp   (453 words)

 Hotels in Aarhus
This modern, budget hotel is located in the center of Aarhus, near lively cafes, many museums, and 500 meters from Old Town.
The Comfort Hotel Atlantic is located in the center of Aarhus with a beautiful view of the city and the harbor.
This Aarhus hotel in Denmark is centrally located near well-known attractions in the historic downtown area - the hotel is 300 km from Copenhagen.
www.expedia.co.uk /daily/hotels/Denmark/Aarhus.asp   (430 words)

 Aarhus travel guide - Wikitravel
Aarhus (Danish: Århus [1]) (pronounced: or-hus) is the main city of the Jutland peninsula and the second largest city in Denmark.
Built in 1989, the Scandic Aarhus is a six-storey hotel, located two kilometres from the Old Town and four kilometres from the city centre and train station.
Aarhus Tirstrup Airport is 50 kilometres from the hotel, with an approximate driving time of 45 minutes.
wikitravel.org /en/Aarhus   (1227 words)

 Aarhus Symphony Orchestra - History
The Aarhus Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1935 under the name of Aarhus Byorkester (the Aarhus Town Orchestra) as an extension of the orchestra of the Aarhus Theatre.
During the first years the orchestra was closely attached to the Aarhus Theatre, which was problematic from the point-of-view of economy and employment, as - for a considerable part of the year - the musicians were bound to play at the performances of the Theatre.
In 1982 Musikhuset Aarhus (Concert Hall Aarhus) was inaugurated, and since then the orchestra has performed the greater part of its concerts there.
www.aarhussymfoni.dk /sw1020.asp   (199 words)

 Århus Amts Informationssystem in English
The County of Aarhus is one of the fourteen counties on which the Danish system of local government is based.
One of the areas of culture supported jointly by the Danish state and the County of Aarhus is the regional theatre company, Aarhus Theatre, which is one of the most prominent cultural attractions in the region.
The County of Aarhus does the assessment, planning and implementation work necessary to take decisions on issues such as where the refuse dumps should be placed, and how they are to be constructed to avoid polluting the groundwater (which in Denmark is the normal source of drinking water).
www.aaa.dk /english/main.htm   (1465 words)

 AU: Aarhus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
A note on spelling: Århus is also from time to time written as Aarhus (as it was in the old days) - this is still used in, eg, the name of the university.
The city is located in the County of Aarhus The university is located on a campus close to the centre of the town, as shown on this map.
You may find an advertisement for a second-hand bike for sale on the notice board at the International Student Centre or in the small ads in one of the local newspapers such as Århus Onsdag, which is delivered free of charge to all households on Wednesdays, osr you could try placing an advertisement yourself.
www.au.dk /en/aarhus.htm   (735 words)

 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Ancient See of Aarhus in Denmark
Aarhus and Randers, the islands of Samso and Tuno, and, after 1396, part of the province of
Aarhus cathedral; Benedictines at Essenbeck, Voer, Alling, and Veirlov; Augustinian Canons at Tvilum, Cistercians at Om, who survived till 1560; and Carthusians at
Aarhus, Horsens, and Randers, Carmelites and a hospital of the
www.newadvent.org /cathen/16001a.htm   (345 words)

 OIP - University of Aarhus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
With a population in excess of 250,000, Aarhus is the second largest city in Denmark.
Aarhus was founded on the Jutland peninsula around the year 900 by an unknown King of Denmark, at the time when the Vikings ruled the country.
Today, Aarhus is known as the capital of the provinces and has a thriving business and commercial sector as well as many schools and educational institutions.
www.umt.edu /oip/studyabroad/umprograms/univ_info_sheets/aarhus.htm   (1099 words)

 Aarhus - LoveToKnow 1911   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
AARHUS, a seaport and bishop's see of Denmark, on the east coast of Jutland, of which it is the principal port; the second largest town in the kingdom, and capital of the amt (county) of Aarhus.
The bishopric of Aarhus dates at least from 951.
This page was last modified 14:09, 1 Sep 2006.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Aarhus   (177 words)

 Environment - Aarhus
The Aarhus Convention establishes a number of rights of the public (individuals and their associations) with regard to the environment.
The Decision on conclusion of the Aarhus Convention by the EC was adopted on 17 February 2005 [Decision 2005/370/EC].
The Aarhus Regulation addresses the "three pillars" of the Aarhus Convention - access to information, public participation and access to justice in environmental matters - where those are of relevance to Community institutions and bodies and lays down related requirements.
ec.europa.eu /environment/aarhus   (1265 words)

 VR AARHUS QuickTime VR Panoramas Aarhus Denmark
VR Aarhus is a virtual tourist guide to Århus with interactive QTVR panoramic images.
Visite virtuelle du Aarhus Danemark avec QTVR panoramiques.
Known for "Aarhus Festival" a yearly festival the 1st week in sept.
www.virtualdenmark.dk /vraarhus/index_en.html   (88 words)

 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Aarhus Pigegarde (All Girls Marching Band) was founded on November 27th, 1955 by the musician, Carl Tschentscher, at a time where it was very popular to establish marching bands.
The musical Aarhus girls, in a uniform which is a copy of The Royal Guards', came immediately in front, not at least because of the unusual initiative of founding a band with girls only.
Nationally, as well as internationally, the girls have created respect and admiration for themselves and have made the audience aware of the name of Aarhus, both by their skills but not least by their free and natural behavior.
www.aarhus-pigegarde.dk /index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=55   (176 words)

 Port of Aarhus Port of Aarhus
The port of Aarhus has already established a position for itself as an important Baltic hub.
Ocean-going container ships call at the port to load and unload cargos which are transported to or from Aarhus on feeder ships from various countries around the Baltic Sea.
The Port of Aarhus is a municipal self-governing port with a Board of Govenors consisting of the city council and with the Mayor of Aarhus acting as chairman of the board.
aarhushavn.dk /en/port_of_aarhus/port_of_aarhus.htm   (174 words)

 Aarhus Jazzklub - Støtter den traditionelle jazzmusik - Welcome Visitor
The Aarhus Jazzclub is located in the second largest and most beautifull city of Aarhus in the tiny fairytale country named Denmark.
The City of Aarhus is located under the "nose" on the eastcoast of the mainland "Jylland" (english"Jutland")The city is fringed by a forrest to the north and south, and water to the east.
During the period july 14th - 22nd 2006, the city puts on "Aarhus International Jazzfestival" that features internationally known jazz artists, as well as the finest musicians from the highly acclaimed Danish jazzcapital of Copenhagen, and naturally some local talents.In all approximately 125 concerts during the week on a number of venues.
www.aarhusjazzklub.dk /en   (404 words)

 Getting to Aarhus and local transportation
The city of Århus (from time to time the old spelling, Aarhus, is still used as in the name of the university) is located on the eastern shore of the Jutland peninsula (see map to the left), and is the second largest city in Denmark with approximately 280,000 inhabitants (including suburbs).
The University of Aarhus is the second largest university in Denmark with approximately 16,000 students (600 in the Department of Computer Science).
Aarhus Convention or the information on Århus maintained by the University of Aarhus.
www.brics.dk /TravelInf/Aarhus/index.html   (1351 words)

 Aarhus | English | Dictionary & Translation by Babylon
For the Aarhus convention on public participation, see Aarhus Convention.
Aarhus also commonly known by its contemporary Danish spelling Århus, is the second largest city and the principal port of Denmark situated on the peninsula of Jutland.
Aarhus is the seat of the council of both Aarhus municipality and Aarhus County and claims the unofficial title "Capital of Jutland".
www.babylon.com /definition/Aarhus/English   (77 words)

 Individuel forskning ved Arkitektskolen i Aarhus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Secondly, this constellation is transposed into the "power"-perspective of the sociology of professions, and thirdly, the consequences for understanding modernity are explicated.
The project runs for 3.5 man-years and is financed by the Aarhus School of Architecture (3) and by the Danish Research Council of the Humanities (0.5).
It is my plan to examine the three views in relation to the Danish building industry and to draw attention to development potentials in collaboration with colleagues at the Aarhus School of Architecture who are researching and developing IT-tools to support the dynamic design process described in view 1 and 2.
www.a-aarhus.dk /AAA_UK/forskning/aktuel/Forskningsprojekter/individuel_forskning.htm   (3924 words)

 Aarhus travel guide
Aarhus travel guide - The best resource for sights, hotels, restaurants, bars, what to do and what to see
Aarhus is the second largest city of Denmark and the capital of Jutland, the mainland.
Additional travel guides are available in ten languages at wikitravel.org.
www.world66.com /europe/denmark/aarhus   (315 words)

 Scandic Plaza Århus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Aarhus attractions like the Old Town are within 15 minutes’ walk.
Notice: Due to refurbishment there may be construction noise between 10am and 5pm on weekdays from 1 February and to 15 May, 2007, we apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Locals and guests flock to this Aarhus restaurant to sample traditional Latin American and international fare at the Scandic Plaza hotel.
www.scandic-hotels.com /plazaaarhus   (290 words)

 aarhus.dk: English
The city of Aarhus is the second largest city in Denmark situated in the heart of Jutland.
The municipality of Aarhus covers approximately 300.000 inhabitants.
However we are able to present a link list to major attractions, information and services from the Aarhus area.
www.aarhus.dk /aa/portal/borger/s_english   (102 words)

 VR AARHUS Visit Aarhus Denmark Guide Århus Festuge-Marselisløbet
The Cathedral ·; The Old City · Museums · Aarhus Festival · Viking Festival and much more.
The first week of Sept is Aarhus Festival.
See the panoramas from last year and read about it in the events section.
www.virtualdenmark.dk /vraarhus   (120 words)

 AU: Welcome to the University of Aarhus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
University of Aarhus, Nordre Ringgade 1, DK-8000 Aarhus C, Denmark
Young Chinese bioinformatics specialist attached to the University of Aarhus
PhD scholarships and fellowships at the University of Aarhus
www.au.dk /en   (90 words)

 Aarhus pictures, Aarhus images | infohub.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Aarhus municipality is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in Aarhus County.
Aarhus County is located on the east coast of the Jutland peninsula in central Denmark.
This Aarhus photo gallery is part of the TrekEarth Photo Gallery, a website devoted to photos from around the world.
www.infohub.com /pictures/images_aarhus_2579.html   (153 words)

 Aarhus Hotels: Compare Aarhus, Denmark Hotel Rates and Reviews - SideStep
Part of the Scandinavian Centre Aarhus, the Radisson SAS Scandinavia Hotel is located in the centre of Aarhus near the famous...
The Comfort Hotel Atlantic is set in a modern building with views across the picturesque harbor and the city of Aarhus in...
The Royal is a classic De Luxe Hotel, situated in the heart of Arhus, surrounded by the cathedral, city squares and the Latin...
www.sidestep.com /hotels-rooms-l1437901-aarhus_hotels_denmark   (532 words)

 Car Rental Aarhus with Auto Europe
Your car rental in Aarhus, Denmark, is your ticket to explore Denmark's East Jutland region at your own pace.
A large and thriving metropolis with a famous music scene and world-renowned design, Aarhus is a great vacation destination, whatever your travel plans.
Check out the Old Town at Aarhus, just a short drive away with a car rental in Aarhus, which incorporates 75 antique houses - some over 500 years old in a tourist village depicting hundreds of years of Danish life.
www.autoeurope.com /car-rental/Aarhus-rental-guide.cfm   (415 words)

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