The delightful fishing port of Skagen is Denmark's northernmost town, just 65 mi/100 km northeast of Aalborg, and the town's white, sandy beaches attract many summer visitors. Skagen offers the open-air museum Fortidsminder, which depicts life in an old Danish fishing village, and it's famous for its jazz and folk music festival, held every summer in restaurants and bars that have opened in refurbished fish stores around the harbor.
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