the second-largest city. Since the early 2000s, the city has experienced an influx of larger companies moving from other parts of the Jutland peninsula. Starting in 2008, the former docklands known as De Bynære Havnearealer (The Peri-urban Harbour-areas and closest to the city seaside, are being converted to new mixed use districts. Retrieved b "Aarhus som kulturel city destination" (PDF). Peter Bro, PhD-studerende, MSc, Aalborg Universitet; Henrik Harder, Lektor, PhD. Archived from the original on Retrieved "World's first city to power its water needs with sewage energy". The wind industry employs about a thousand people within the municipality making it a central component in the local economy. Aarhus is the seat of Aarhus Municipality, and Aarhus City Council ( Aarhus Byråd ) is also the municipal government with headquarters in Aarhus City Hall. "Aarhus 2013 religion i forandring" (in Danish). 161 Another important and historic church in the inner city, is the Church of our Lady ( Vor Frue Kirke ) also from the 13th century in Romanesque and Gothic style. Parks, nature and recreation See also: List of parks in Aarhus Sandy beaches, such as Bellevue Beach, form most of the coastline. In Aarhus, they publish a total of five local newspapers; Aarhus Midt, Aarhus Nord, Aarhus Vest, Aarhus Syd and Aarhus Onsdag.