Nyborg owes its economic vitality to its location on the eastern coast of Funen, on the main communication route with Zealand. The town grew up at the foot of the castle. For a long time, it had the status of royal residence and seat of the Danehof (Danish court), the assembly made up of noblemen and clergy. Today it is the access point to the superb bridge - almost 20km long - that crosses the Great Belt (Storebælt).
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