Nyborg (Funen Island Denmark)

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Local Time
2024-02-29 11:44

min: 39 °F (3 °C) / max: 46 °F (8 °C) 43°F
Wind: 182°/ 9.4 m/s  Gust: 16.6 m/sWind: 182°/ 9.4 m/s  Gust: 16.6 m/sFresh breeze
9.4 m/s
Min / Max Temperature46 °F / 8 °C
39 °F / 4 °C
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Port Nyborg cruise ship schedule shows timetable calendars of all arrival and departure dates by month. The port's schedule lists all ships (in links) with cruises going to or leaving from Nyborg, Funen Island Denmark. To see the full itineraries (ports of call dates and arrival / departure times) and their lowest rates – just follow the corresponding ship-link.

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Nyborg is a port town on Denmark's Funen Island (Nyborg Municipality) with population around 18,000. Funen is sized approx 3100 km2 (1197 mi2) with Odense being its largest city/principal port followed by (ranked by population) Svendborg, Nyborg, Middelfart, Faaborg, Assens, Kerteminde, Ringe, Otterup, and Bogense.

The road distance between Nyborg and Odense is approx 30 km/19 mi (to the northwest via highway E20), Svendborg is approx 35 km/22 mi (to the south via Route 163), Middelfart is approx 75 km/47 mi (to the west via highway E20), Faaborg is approx 59 km/37 mi (to the west-south via highway E20 and Route 43), Assens is approx 65 km/40 mi (to the west via highway E20 and Route 168), and Kerteminde is approx 21 km/13 mi (to the north via Route 165).

Nyborg Harbour Port's locode is DKNBG.

The settlement (as Nyborg Slot) was founded in the late-12th-century and developed around an existing fortification (square-shaped moated castle with a defensive wall connecting its towers). The 1913-restored Nyborg Castle (in downtown) now houses the Nyborg Museum. The Castle is surrounded by fortifications, a lake, and a moat.

Nyborg became Kobstad (market town) in the mid-13th-century - the status was granted by King Valdemar II Valdemarsen/The Victorious (1170-1241). In the mid-15th-century Nyborg received more trade privileges, including outlawing its harbor and permission for hosting an annual market. For a short period in the 16th century (1525-59) Nyborg was declared by King Frederick I (1471-1533) as the king's residency and acted as Denmark's capital. His successor - King Christian III (1503-59) expanded the Castle and the city. The city was ransacked and almost destroyed (its Castle was ruined) in the mid-17th-century, during the Dano-Swedish War (1658-60) after the Battle of Nyborg by the Dutch naval fleet and Swedish troops.

Among the city's oldest buildings is also Vor Frue Kirke (15th-century church with two organs).

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