The houses next to the Gudenå River are decorated with coloured lamps, as are the many boats that enter the port at this time.Hjejlen ("The Golden Plover") is a historic steamboat that sails from Silkeborg to Himmelbjerget.The modern grew around the Drewsen og Sønner paper mill, established in 1844.Silkeborg Papirfabrik (Silkeborg Paper mill) was located near the Gudenå River where Silkeborg castle once stood, in order to exploit the river as a source of energy for the mill, as a resource for paper production and as a transportion route.
A municipal council and parish was established in 1855. Silkeborg was given the status of market town (købstad) in 1900.The good thing about single camp is that single parents can help each other keep an eye on the children.At the same time, there are plenty of opportunities for talking to other singles.For many years the paper mill (Silkeborg Paprfabrik) was the most prominent business in the city, but during the 1990s it suffered financial difficulties.In 1993, the German corporation, Drewsen Spezialpapiere, bought the mill, but in 2000 decided to close it.
Michael Drewsen, regarded as the founder of the city, was responsible for the daily management of the mill.Today a statue of Michael Drewsen stands in front of the old city hall in the town square.The radio station has focus on popular music and local news. The sister station Silkeborg Guld focuses on older Danish and English music only interrupted by commercials.Currently this event is held every third year, the last of which occurred on 13–16 August, 2014.
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During the regatta the city streets are closed to traffic in the evening, becoming temporary venues where live music is performed, merchandise is sold from stalls, and an amusement park operates.
Population was recorded as 7,228 in 1901, and as 8,792 in 1911.
During the German occupation of Denmark, the Gestapo turned the Silkeborg Bad (Silkeborg Baths), which served at that time as the municipal sanatorium, into its Danish headquarters.
A project of urban renewal turned the industrial area closest to the city centre partly into a new commercial district with a hotel, a cinema, a concert hall, restaurants and cafés; and partly into a new residential neighbourhood with modern apartment buildings.
The city has a large number of car dealerships, and is also the headquarters of Jyske Bank, Denmark's third largest bank.