Behind Aalborg Zoo you will find ’Mølleparken’ that covers a big park landscaped in 1933-34 – it has a fantastic view of Aalborg, ‘Limfjorden’, ‘Egholm’ and ‘Gjøl’. People know ‘Mølleparken’ through the fantastic open air concerts that often are organized in the area – but besides this, the park is a unique art and nature area with almost biblical associations.
The 6 meter tall and 60 tons heavy sculpture ‘Noahs Ark’ made by the Israeli artist Rolf Roda Reilinger, was revealed in October of 1976. The sculpture was a gift to Denmark from the Israeli people.
Besides this, it is possible to admire many different distinctive plants in ‘Mølleparken’ – for instance the giant ‘mammutblad’ which is bigger than most 3-year-olds. It is possible to go there by car, bicycle, by walking or bus line 11.
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City / Area
- Nørre Sundby
- Aktiv 3
- Hygge 2
- coach/truck parking
- dogs allowed
- Family with children
CoordinatesLongtitude : 9.897585
Latitude : 57.039311