Between mid-June and mid-September, the city’s pedestrianized centre is transformed into a huge open-air contemporary art exhibition, Open Art, as designers and artists display their work. Recent displays have included a gigantic upside-down teddy bear made of wood and a floating platform for model ducks and seals on the water below the castle; you name it, anything goes – the aim is to provide an urban forum for thought-provoking modern art.

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