Aalborghus Castle

Aalborg, North Denmark Region, Denmark

About Aalborghus Castle

Aalborghus Castle, translated as ‘Aalborghus Slot’, is a castle and former fortification in the city of Aalborg in Denmark. Built by Christian III between 1539 and 1555, it was intended as the home of the local governor.

Today, visitors can tour Aalborghus Castle and, perhaps most interestingly, its dungeons.

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