Aarhus Skolegade, Historic building in Jutland, Old western Denmark architecture, Midtbyen street, Danish photos

Århus Skolegade : Bygning, Jylland, Danmark

Historic Jutland Artchitecture – Danish half-timbered buildings

post updated 15 June 2023

Historic Jutland buildings on a street just north of the river, and the city centre.

Århus Skolegade

Aarhus Skolegade

Aarhus Skolegade building facade

Images, Jul 2008 by Isabelle Lomholt / Adrian Welch

Aarhus Skolegade Århus Bygning Århus Skolegade Bygning
photos © Adrian Welch

This is a street in Aarhus, Denmark which runs north to south from Mejlgade to Mindebrogade. The street is situated in the Midtbyen neighborhood. It is home to two listed buildings and runs past the Aarhus Theater. source: Wikipedia

Location: Aarhus Skolegade, Aarhus, Jutland, western Denmark, northern Europe

Architecture in Denmark

Jutland Architectural Projects

Aarhus Architecture Designs – chronological list

Aarhus Architecture Walking Tours

Architectural Tours

Aarhus Buildings

Jutland City Built Environment

Aarhus Architecture Designs – recent architectural selection on e-architect:

School of Business and Social Sciences at Aarhus University
Design: AART
School of Business and Social Sciences Aarhus University
image from architect practice
School of Business and Social Sciences, Aarhus University

Viby Syd office & community centre
Design: AART, Architects with LYTT Architecture (landscape architect) and Moe
Viby Syd office and community centre
image from architecture office
Viby Syd office & community centre

Campus Aarhus N design by schmidt hammer lassen architects

Århus Rådhus – The Town Hall, Key building in Aarhus design by Arne Jacobsen architect

ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum :design by schmidt hammer lassen architects

Concert Hall in Aarhus Extension design by Arkitektfirmaet C. F. Møller A/S

Aarhus University buildings design by Arkitektfirmaet C. F. Møller A/S

Århus, Danmark

Århus is the second-largest city in Denmark. It is located on the east coast of the Jutland peninsula, in the geographical centre of Denmark.

The inner urban area contains around 269,000 inhabitants (2017) and the municipal population is approximately 336,000 (2017). It is the central city in the East Jutland metropolitan area, which had a total population of 1.4 million in 2016.

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