Hadsund (Danish: [hæðˈsɔnˀ] (
Coat of arms
On the edge of the Northern Jutland
(Danish: På kanten af Nordjylland)
Location in Denmark
|Coordinates: 56°43′N 10°06′E|
|Region||North Denmark (Nordjylland)|
|Official birthday||Trade rights December 1, 1854|
|• Total||5,520 (incl. Hadsund Syd)|
|Time zone||UTC+1 (Central Europe Time)|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC+2|
The city can be traced back to the 18th century as Healthy houses, that was the name of the first farms along the highway, now the street outside. The town was trading platform privileges December 1, 1854 (which then officially the city's birthday), but has never gained market town-rights since it ceased in Denmark were in 1970.
In Hadsund there are several educational institutions, including Tech College Mariagerfjord, VUC Hadsund, Hadsund School and Hadsund Produktionsskole. The city has a larger selection of supermarkets and specialty shops. The town also has the only covered shopping center in Himmerland: Hadsund Butikscenter.
Storegade in Hadsund since 1990 constituted the city's pedestrian zone. The street was until the road was reorganized in 1970 part of the main highway between Hobro and Aalborg.
Hadsund is also the birthplace of author Hans Kirk (1898–1962).
The town of Hadsund
The town of Hadsund is situated south of the city of Aalborg, and north of the city of Randers. Hadsund was founded in 1854, when the city received commercial space privileges. Before this there had only been a ferry crossing with permission to hold markets on both sides of the fjord. In 1861, a commercial instituted and in 1883 was rail link to Randers, from 1900 also to Aalborg. Hadsund had two stations, namely Hadsund North Station, which lay within the city, and Hadsund South Station, which remains in Hadsund South today. Hadsund North Station was demolished in 1985. The course was closed on April 1, 1969. Today the town has a population of 4,883 (January 1, 2014).
It was founded in 1854, when it received handelspladsprivilegiet. Before, it had been only a ferry terminal with permission to hold markets either side of the fjord. In 1883 a rail link was established to Randers, and in 1900 another to Aalborg. Hadsund had two stations: Hadsund Nord (demolished in 1985) and Hadsund Syd.
There has long been a bridge over Mariager Fjord, which is why a settlement grew up here. From ancient times a bridge went from Hobro to Aalborg via Randers or vice versa. In 1904 a railway bridge over the inlet opened, bringing the hinterland south of the fjord closer to the town.
was given to the town in 1937. The coat of arms shows mainly the 1904 bridge. The four waves symbolize villages that lay in the municipality: Skelund, Visborg, Vive, and Hadsund. The crescent shape symbolizes the new municipality, and the star represents longevity. The bridge was replaced in 1976, but its classic steel arches were never changed in the town logo.
Neighbourhoods and Settlements
- Søndergårde is located in the northern part of Hadsund. The district was until approx. 1970 a city for themselves, but grew with Hadsund since built an industrial zone and a residential area close to the city.
- Hadsund Syd, originally Sønder Hadsund, lies immediately south of Hadsund bridge (about 250 meters). The district has 500 inhabitants and was founded approximately. 1880th in Hadsund South is Hadsund South Station, Ferry Inn Hotel South. Hadsund Syd has a current population of 477 (January 1, 2014).
- Hadsund Huse located in the northwest part of town, next to the Secondary Route 507th
Other settlements in Rockford:
Climate in this area has mild differences between highs and lows, and there is adequate rainfall year-round. The Köppen Climate Classification subtype for this climate is "Cfb" (Marine West Coast Climate/Oceanic climate).
- Hans Kirk (1898–1962) a Danish lawyer, journalist and celebrated author
- Michael Westergård Jensen (1916 – executed 1944) a merchant and member of the Danish resistance, brought up in Hadsund
- Svend Axelsson (born 1937) a Danish modernist architect
- Jan Beyer Schmidt-Sørensen (born 1958) a Danish economist, grew up in Hadsund
- Jakob Axel Nielsen (born 1967) a Danish lawyer and politician, member of the Folketing since 2005
- Ebbe Sand (born 1972) a Danish former professional footballer, over 400 club caps and 66 for Denmark
- Peter Sand (born 1972) a Danish former footballer, fitness coach for Randers FC
- Thomas Christiansen (born 1973) a retired football striker, over 350 club caps
- Dorte Dalum Jensen (born 1978) a Danish football defender, plays for LSK Kvinner, won over 40 caps for the Denmark
- Thor Kristensen (born 1980) medallist in Denmark's rowing team in the 2004 Summer Olympics
- Peter Rosenmeier (born 1984) a Danish male Paralympic table tennis player
- Niklas Laustsen (born 1992) a Danish male BMX rider