A historical place
Aarhus is a historical place in and of itself and you can clearly feel that when you walk around the streets of Aarhus. At the edge of the Latin Quarter, you’ll find Aarhus Cathedral by Store Torv and Bispetorv.
The building of the Cathedral was started in the 12th century in the roman style. The cathedral wasn’t completed until close to the year 1300. The cathedral went through a major renovation from around the middle of the 15th century until 1500 which transformed the building into a gothic cathedral.
Longest church in Denmark
With its 93 meters the cathedral is the longest church in Denmark. From the very beginning the cathedral has been dedicated to Saint Clement of Rome, a patron saint of mariners.