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THE HISTORY OF HORSENS

The beginning - a myth.

Peninsula

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900 – 1500 The Middle Ages

city bank/moat

Town gate

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1500 – 1700 The Renaissance

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Old map from 1675

(Morten Resen)

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1700 – 1800 The Baroque

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Old map of Horsens 1858.

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1800 – 1900 The new classical period

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After 1900

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The town trip

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The monastery church.

Franciscan monastery from 1261 - 1532

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The epitafium of (Hansen) Lichtenberg in the monastery church

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The Saviours church 1225, have changed name, from the earlier name Sct. Jacobs chapel.

Originally the church was a` chapel for the king Valdemar the conqueror.

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The Flensburg`s establishment for widows.

The previous mayor Andreas Flensburg, build this very nice classical building for 8 widows in 1786

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Skt. Joseph church.

The katolic church.

There is a big

population of katolics in Horsens

Neo Gothic 1896/97

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Multistorey house 1912

Build by the famous (at least in Horsens) VIGGO NORN

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Søndergade and Smedegade (South Street and Blachsmiths Road) were centers for horse trading in the old days

To day Smedegade is a very well restored street.

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The new theatre.

Bob Dylan, Robbie Williams, Joe Cocker, tom Jones and many others have performed here.

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Cosy places!!

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Cosy places!!

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Nice and interesting

stores

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On this spot the famous explorer Vitus Bering was born 1681

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The broadest mainstreet in Denmark,

(because of the horse market, in the old times.)

Every year in late August this street is a part of the largest mideval- festival in

northern europe.

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The mansion of Lichtenberg.

The builders name originally was

Gerhardt Hansen a very commen

danish sirname.

But mister Hansen borrowed the king some money and he ended op to be a nobel man ”De Lichtenberg”.

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Nice interior.

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The old wine cellar!!

(it a bar/restaurant to day).

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The old town hall 1855

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The new town hall 1981-86

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The local newspaper

”Horsens folkeblad”.

The office is placed in this very nice funkis building from 1937.

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A` pharmacy is placed in this very wonderfull

baroque building

from 1736

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Behind the pharmacy the local brewery is placed.

And the master brewer will show us around.

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The show room!!

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