Nørresundby, a part of Aalborg Municipality, is a northern neighbourhood in Aalborg, north of the Limfjord, in Vendsyssel, in Denmark. The urban area has a population of 21,728 (1 January 2013), including the Nørresundby-neighbourhoods Lindholm, Nørre Uttrup and Bouet. Nørresundby's population is statistically a part of Aalborg's combined population (21,376 plus 103,545), but is calculated separately to determine how many of Aalborg's population live to the north or south of the Limfjord.
The neighbourhood is connected to Aalborg by Limfjordsbroen a road bridge, an iron railway bridge, as well as a motorway (E45) passing it to the east and running under the Limfjord.
Nørresundby is the site of the Lindholm Høje settlement and burial ground from the Germanic Iron Age and Viking times. There is also a museum on the site.
In 1865 a pontoon bridge by the name of Christian IX´s pontoon bridge was built. Six years later in 1871 a railroad bridge was built, which still stands today. In 1933 the pontoon bridge was removed and a new bridge, called the Limfjords bridge (Limfjordsbroen), was built in its place. Five years later on the 29th of May 1938 Aalborg Airport opened. Through 1958-1960 the Limfjords bridge was expanded and in 1969 the Limfjords tunnel (Limfjordstunnelen) east of Nørresundby was opened. There have for several years been spoken about adding a third connection over the Limfjord although no direct action have been taken.
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