Aarhus Municipality

Aarhus Kommune is a municipality of Denmark in eastern Jutland region. It extends over an area of ​​467.70 km ² and has 319,094 inhabitants (as of 1 January 2013). The seat of government is in Aarhus.

Aarhus municipality was formed in the course of administrative reform of 1970 and remained in full on the recent administrative reform of 2007. The municipality changed from resolved Århus Amt in the new Region Midtjylland.

The municipality was established by merging the city of Aarhus with the villages Beder - Malling, Borum Lyngby, Brabrand - Sdr. Årslev, Elev, Elsted, Harlev - Framlev, Hasle, Hjortshøj - Egå, Holme- Tranbjerg, Mårslet, Ormslev - Kolt, Sabro - Fårup, Tilst - Kasted, Todbjerg - Mejlby, trigeminal, Solbjerg, Vejlby - Risskov, Viby and Aby, and parts of the parishes Skødstrup and Vitved.

Places in the community

In the community, the following communities will find more than 200 inhabitants ( definition of the city (Danish: by) the Danish Bureau of Statistics ). Statistically include the suburbs Jegstrup and Tranbjerg since January 1, 2008 for the settlement area Aarhus and are therefore reported with a population of zero in the table these are the places marked A. ; otherwise with a registered population of zero, the place had in the past more than 200 inhabitants:

Development of population figures

(in each case as of January 1 )


Daughters and sons of the Commune