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The only whale common in Danish waters is the Harbour Porpoise Phocoena phocaena.The whale hunters linked their boats across the rather narrow Little Belt and by beating the sea with sticks and branches they directed the migrating porpoises to low water areas where they could be slaughtered.Horsens is best known for its culture and entertainment events.Horsens New Theatre is a cultural centre which holds over 200 events annually.After the first Little Belt Bridge was completed in 1935 Middelfart became an important hub for traffic between Jutland and Funen.The population grew from 2,345 in 1880 to 11,056 in 1950 but in the second half of the 20th century the rate of growth declined.In the 18th century income from porpoise catches diminished but in the 19th century, with the establishment of its own harbour in 1836, conditions improved thanks in particular to the growing trade in agricultural products from the surrounding areas.
From the Middle Ages the town appears to have specialized in catching harbour porpoises.
The name Middelfart, first recorded as "Mæthælfar" in Valdemar's Census Book in 1231, consists of the old Danish word mæthal meaning 'middle' and far meaning 'way'.
This name originally referred to the strait Snævringen ('the narrowing'), which is the narrowest part of the Little Belt, and was subsequently applied to the settlement as well.
It has managed to draw major names such as Bob Dylan, Madonna and The Rolling Stones.
Horsens lies at the end of Horsens Fjord in eastern Jutland.