From 1970, the population saw a decline from a peak of 58.500 citizens, until a stabilization in the 1990s occurred, followed by a modest rise since then.
The main tourist attraction is Randers Tropical Zoo thanks to its artificial rainforest, the largest in Northern Europe, its 350 varieties of plant and over 175 species of animals.
The city's football team, Randers FC, play their homes games at the Auto C Park Randers, and are in Denmark's first league, the Superligaen.
The black line indicates the most likely precipitation sequence, whereas the green and brown lines represent the wettest and the driest trend, respectively.By road it is 38.5 kilometres (23.9 mi) north of Aarhus, 43.8 kilometres (27.2 mi) east of Viborg, and 224 kilometres (139 mi) northwest of Copenhagen.During industrialization, Randers quickly became one of the most important industrial towns in the country, but it saw itself outpaced by the cities of Aarhus and Aalborg at the beginning of the 20th century.Most of the larger historic industries in Randers are gone today.The general rule is that the wider the distribution of the diagram (grey area), the lower the reliability of the forecast.
The Ensemble-diagram shows the precipitation trend for the next two weeks.Det var ikke uden en svrm af baskende sommerfugle i maven, at Laura i torsdags postede sin Facebook-flaskepost p storebrorens vegne.- Jeg var ikke spor sikker p, at han ville synes, det var en god id.Jeg vidste, at han ikke ville blive sur - men jeg ville da vre trt af det, hvis jeg bare blev ndt til at slette opslaget igen, siger hun.- Da jeg skulle fortlle ham om det, var jeg lige s nervs som hvis jeg havde vret p vej til en stor eksamen.On a street in the town center is the house where, according to legend, Danish nobleman and national hero Niels Ebbesen killed Count Richard (Gerhard) III of Holstein on 1 April 1340, during the Kingless Times, when the entire country was pledged to German counts.This action led to further insurrection against the Germans.When King Valdemar IV of Denmark (Valdemar Atterdag) tried to assemble a government in 1350 after the mortgaging to the Holsteiners, the town was further reinforced with protection, and was often named as Randershus ("Randers Fortress").