In spite of this, it is a popular theory that the three towers in the coat of arms are the three fortifications ("Skattertårnet", "Kyseborg" and a third one unnamed).
During the time of the Protestant reformation and the Count's Feud in the 1530s, the citizens of Svendborg joined forces with the King.
It was not until the end of the war with England and the Industrial Revolution in the early 19th century that the city returned to a period of increasing prosperity.The population grew from a mere 1,942 people in 1801 to more than 11,500 in 1901.Best Western Hotel Svendborg offers 135 rooms and more than 33.000 sq ft of conference facilities, including a variety of rooms especially designed with your meeting in mind.Top quality service and hospitality is the key at Best Western Hotel Svendborg.The timestamp is only as accurate as the clock in the camera, and it may be completely wrong.
Best Western Hotel Svendborg is a 4-Star hotel located in the centre of the beautiful old market town of Svendborg, on the south of Funen.Svendborg is a town on the island of Funen in south-central Denmark.Interesting locations in town include Church of Our Lady, Anne Hvide's House, and Naturama - a natural history museum.The King's forces would later, after ending their north-going campaign on Funen, return to pillage and plunder Svendborg.After 1536, Svendborg went through a brief period of progress becoming the islands main port. In the following 250 years, the city faced various setbacks in its development, such as plague, a major fire, and the effects of the Swedish wars when Svendborg's ships were destroyed.This development was followed by improvement of the infrastructure, such as rail links with Odense, Faaborg and Nyborg, improvement of the local roads and the establishment of a real harbour suited for extensive trading, since goods could now easily be transported there.