The Music Theatre Holstebro was built in 1966. It was one of the incentives for placing focus on cultural in Holstebro in the 1960’s. The theatre has been renovated several times, most recently in 2006. In 2009, Boxen opened, which houses the Black Box Dance Company. On the southern side of the box, you find Denmark’s largest outdoor digital screen of 90 square meters.
The main square is in the center of Holstebro. It is surrounded by stores and cafeterias. The commune has decided to decorate the fountain, in the middle of the square, after the different seasons of the year. The fountain itself, is decorated with St. George and the dragon (St. Jørgen and the Dragon). The decoration of St. Jørgen and the dragon, is the same that is on Holstebro’s coat of arms.
Holstebro has a main park that is a short distance from Holstebro´s town center. The park has a big lake in the middle. There is a lot of natural life, like ducks and fish in the lake and birds in the trees. You can walk on small paths around the lake, which are easily accessable. There is also a playground in the park that is beautifully surrounded by trees. There is also an outdoor stage where theater plays or concerts are shown in the summertime. The space in nature makes an atmosphere of peace and composure.
Social and health services for Immigrants Social and healthcare services are provided for three years for immigrants who entered the country as refugees and six months for returnees. After the initial period, immigrants are served by local social and healthcare offices.
The Art Museum in Holstebro was founded in 1967 by a man named Poul Vad. The art at the museum is primarily Danish modern art or traditional art from Africa, Bali and East Asia. The museum has all this different art to show art as a universe, where art is an expression for tradition and value across time and culture. The museum gets about 20.00 visits every year, making it Holstebro’s most visited museum.
EDUCATION: When refugee children or adolescents come, they are helped by giving them school materials and scholarships so that they can complete their studies. This means a basic education that will allow them to progress in the future and help them improve their personal situation and their families´too. In Spain, primary and secondary education are free and compulsory. Pre-school is not compulsory, but since it is also free, all children go to kindergarten.