City in 🇩🇰 Denmark with a population of around 72 thousand people.
Esbjerg is Denmark’s youngest city, founded in 1868 as a fishing and harbour town. These days it’s a major centre for the country’s offshore industry, and the city’s modern architecture reflects this. Esbjerg is also a gateway to the Wadden Sea, a Unesco World Heritage Site and one of the world’s largest and most important intertidal areas. The city’s beaches and harbour are popular with locals and visitors alike, and there’s plenty of culture on offer, from the Esbjerg Art Museum to the annual Jazz Festival.