Skanderborg is a town in Skanderborg municipality, Denmark. It is situated at the north and north japanese brinks of Skanderborg Lake and there are numerous smaller ponds and bodies of water inside the city itself, like Lilleso, Sorteso, Doj So and the swampy boglands of Eskebaek Mose. Just north of the metropolis on the other side of Expressway E45, is the archaeologically critical Illerup Adal. Over time, the town has grown right into a suburb of Aarhus to the north east, connected by means of the city areas of Stilling, Horning and Hasselager.
Skanderborg is home to a population of 18,506 citizens 1 January 2014, out of Skanderborg municipality's total populace of 58,176 2014. The municipality is part of the bigger East Jutland metropolitan place, with 1.2 million inhabitants. Skanderborg is an vintage town and the area have revealed lines of human settlements, courting from the earliest Nordic Stone Age. A seasonal camp from the Ertebolle way of life, became located here within the Thirties as an example, close to the former Ringkloster English: Ring Abbey on the southern brinks of Skanderborg Lake. The metropolis sprawled around the former Skanderborg Castle, based at some point throughout the early Middle Ages and in 1583 Skanderborg became granted a municipal charte.