Correction for the old name of Aarhus.

by Simon
(Aarhus, Danmark)

It was named Arus and not Aros, Aros is Icelandic.


From wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aarhus#Etymology
First line.
In Valdemar's Census Book (1231) the city was called Arus, and in Icelandic it was known as Aros, later written as Aars.

also Arhus is wrong the correct way is Aarhus it got changed from Århus for about 7 years ago, basically "Å" is two "aa"'s put together.

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by: Charlie

Again, thanks for your vigilance and corrections are appreciated.

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Charlie

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