The body is a Bosnian woman who is found murdered in the inner pier arm section of the harbour known as the 'Mellemarmen'. You can stroll out to the pier and see if you can spot some of the locations.
In the TV series the body is found near a discotheque. In today's Aarhus there is no discotheque on the harbour, but there was one when Elsebeth Egholm wrote the crime novel 'Personal Damage' with Dicte as the protagonist.
Sallings multi-storey car park - the top of Aarhus
One afternoon after work, Bendtsen and Wagner find themselves on the roof of the multi-storey car park next to the Salling department store.
Here they meet a car park attendant who is being berated by an angry man; he's angry because of the parking ticket he got. Wagner sides with the car park attendant and the man backs down. When Wagner returns to his car he finds that he too has a parking ticket! Bendtsen is watching the whole incident with a smile on her face.
You too can make your way to the roof of the Salling's parking house to take in the great views of the city centre.
In episode one of the TV series,Rosameets with her boyfriend in Mølleparken to talk to his previous girlfriend. She is an outcast of society, and for many years this social group has been a fixed part of the cityscape in Mølleparken.
In connection with the re-opening of the river the area has been renovated, and due to the park's central location between the Strøget pedestrianised high street and ARoS it is a popular rendezvous-point for the city's residents, particularly in summer when people can relax in the open spaces and grassy areas of the park.