Nørresundby (Danish pronunciation: [nɶɐ̯ɐˈsɔnˌpyˀ]) is a city in Aalborg Municipality, north of Limfjorden, in Vendsyssel, in Denmark. The urban area has a population of 23,718 (1 January 2021). It is located just north of Aalborg, which lies south of Limfjorden. Statistically its own urban area since 2006, it is often still considered part of Aalborg, sometimes the name Greater Aalborg (Stor-Aalborg) is used to describe the concept.
Limfjordsbroen, the bridge linking Nørresundby with Aalborg over the Limfjord
Nørrenutten, Nørrenitten, Solsiden ("The Sunny Side")
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In 1865 a pontoon bridge by the name of Christian IX´s pontoon bridge was built. Six years later in 1871 a railroad bridge was built, which still stands today. In 1933 the pontoon bridge was removed and a new bridge, called the Limfjords bridge (Limfjordsbroen), was built in its place. Five years later on 29 May 1938 Aalborg Airport opened.
Through 1958-1960 the Limfjords bridge was expanded and in 1969 the Limfjords tunnel (Limfjordstunnelen) east of Nørresundby was opened. As a supplement to these bridges and the railway bridge, there have for several years been spoken about adding a fourth connection over the Limfjord although no direct action have been taken.
Nørresundby is served by Lindholm railway station, located in the district of Lindholm in the western part of the city. Lindholm station is located on the Vendsyssel Line between Aalborg and Frederikshavn. It offers direct InterCity services to Copenhagen, regional train services to Aalborg and Frederikshavn, and is the northern terminus of the Aalborg Commuter Rail service to Skørping.
- Just Høg (1584 at Vang, Nørresundby - 1646) a Danish statesman and landowner
- Søren Jessen-Petersen (born 1945 in Nørresundby) a Danish lawyer and UN civil servant
- Frank Aaen (born 1951 in Nørresundby) a Danish economist and politician
- Orla Hav (born 1952 in Nørresundby) politician, Mayor of North Jutland County and member of the Danish Parliament
- Preben Bang Henriksen (born 1954 in Nørresundby) a Danish barrister and politician
- Tine Lindhardt (born 1957 in Nørresundby) theologist, Lutheran bishop of Diocese of Funen
- Ole Bornedal (born 1959 in Nørresundby) a Danish film director, actor and producer 
- Mohamed Ali (born 1993 in Nørresundby) a Danish singer of mixed Egyptian and Iraqi origin
- Henry Nielsen (1910 in Nørresundby – 1969) a Danish middle- and long-distance runner, 3000 m world record holder 1934-1936
- Verner Nielsen (born 1931 in Nørresundby) a former footballer, played 26 games for Denmark
- Henning Jensen (1949–2017) a Danish football player, 125 club caps with Borussia Mönchengladbach and scored 9 goals in 21 games for Denmark
Nørresundby Gymnasium & HFEdit
Nørresundby Gymnasium & HF is an upper secondary school in the city of Nørresundby, in North Jutland in Denmark. The school offers the traditional three-year program but also the so-called Higher Preparatory Examination (HF), which takes two years to complete. Nørresundby Gymnasium & HF is a certified Cambridge & Science school and it is furthermore open for exchange students. The school offers 12 different streams of studies. It is one of the only ones offering Greek as a subject.
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