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Due to its central location, the town had great strategic importance, in political and religious matters, during the Middle Ages.
A motte-and-bailey type castle was once located in the town.
The capacity after the renovation is 9.566 and the stadium is a allseater besides 500 standing places build to reach the capacity of 10.000 as the danish FA wants for all superliga stadiums.
Here is a new picture with one of the office towers in the corners.
With more than 1.2 million people living in the area it represents approximately 23% of the population of Denmark and is the second largest metropolitan area after the Copenhagen metropolitan area.
The Stadium NRGi Park is a modern Football and athletics stadium in the southern part of Aarhus inner city, the stadium is a allseater with a capacity of 21.000 people.
The stadium MCH Arena is a Danish football stadium. The stadium is approved for UEFA Europa League and national games.
It is situated in Herning and is the home of FC Midtjylland. The stadium is locally known as Zidan Arena as Mohamed Zidan, FC Midtjylland's former striker, scored nine goals in the first three matches played there.
Viborg Municipality is the second largest municipality of Denmark, covering 3,3% of the total land area of Denmark.
Viborg is one of the oldest towns in Denmark, with Viking settlements dating back to the 8th century.
The capacity is 13.800 using both seating and standing areas, for international matches the capacity is 10.500.