By Madalina Paxaman, photos by Martin Dam Kristensen
The WW I is over, the innocence of La Belle Epoque is gone and
By Laura Galante, photos by Madalina Paxaman
Imagine that it’s 1940. The Germans have occupied Aarhus and the Danish government has chosen to
By Siân Kavanagh, photos by Guki Giunashvili
It takes a lot to get the average person out of the house and sprinting when
By Anna Artioli, photos by Guki Giunashvili
When you ask the Christmas curator at Den Gamle By, Jens Ingvordsen, which of the seasonally
‘The Journey’, a new special exhibition at Aarhus’ Moesgaard Museum, explores seven stages of human life through film.
The Aarhus Story tells you everything you want to know about Denmark’s second biggest city summed up in 800sq metres, one
Last week, Aarhus witnessed the history of the city told through moving animations and live music in a show to
Third time a charm: Danish company Dam Things is poised to finally capitalise this autumn on its founder’s world-famous invention after
As island countries, they’re geographically similar, but Denmark and Bahrain also have a shared history dating back to the 1950s.