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After the 1948 Danish spelling reform, which abolished the digraph Aa in favor of Å, there was fervent resistance in Aabenraa.
The town feared, among other things, to lose its status as first in international alphabetical listings, because the letter Å is the last letter in the Dano-Norwegian alphabet.
Between 15 the town was under the rule of the Dukes of Holstein-Gottorp.
It offers free parking and brightly decorated rooms with a flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi access.
Tea/coffee facilities are featured in all rooms at Hotel Aabenraa.
Some rooms have a seating area and a private bathroom with shower.
Free gym access is offered to all guests at Aabenraa Hotel. Several restaurants and grocery stores are found in the surrounding area.
The city is the administrative center for the county. A significant German minority live in Aabenraa and they publish "Der Nordschleswiger" newspaper in German. The town is a bathing resort, as is Elisenlund close by.