Aalborg is a city in Denmark. In the Middle Ages, illustrious exchanging benefits, a characteristic harbor and a flourishing herring angling industry added to the town's development. The yearly Aalborg Carnival ordinarily happens in the most recent few days of May. It comprises of three occasions: the kids' jubilee ,the clash of fair groups, and the festival appropriate. Pulling in around 100,000 guests, it is the greatest jubilee in Scandinavia and one of the biggest in northern Europe. Hjallerup Market in Hjallerup, around 20 kilometers upper east of Aalborg is one of the most established and biggest markets in Denmark and is the biggest pony showcase in Europe.
There are ious museums in the city. The Aalborg Historical Museum was set up in 1863, making it one of the soonest common galleries in the nation. The North Jutland Historical Museum led a progression of archeological unearthings in the 1950s at Lindholm Hoje, uncovering antiquated internment destinations. In 1992, the Lindholm Hoje Museum was opened there and reached out in 2008. In 1994 and 1995, unearthings at the site of the Greyfriars Monastery brought about the production of the underground Grabrodrekloster Museum in the downtown area. A few associations presently work together under the administration of the North Jutland Historical Museum.