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From the Middle Ages until the end of the 19th century the local fishermen were also whale hunters in winter.The only whale common in Danish waters is the Harbour Porpoise Phocoena phocaena.In the winter of 1854–55, 1742 whales were caught, but a normal winter's catch would be half that or even less.In the 20th century the hunt was resumed during the two world wars.Two memorial stones now stand where the hunters landed the whales and where blubber was prepared.Middelfart is served by the passenger rail service between Copenhagen and Jutland. At the beginning of the 20th century it was extended and deepened to the east. Der vil være præmier til de 4 bedst placerede hold.
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After the Swedish Wars in the 17th century the town suffered from losing its foreign export privileges and from competition from Fredericia on the other side of the belt, which not only had a ferry link to Strib but levied customs duties on traffic through the Little Belt.
In the 18th century income from porpoise catches diminished but in the 19th century, with the establishment of its own harbour in 1836, conditions improved thanks in particular to the growing trade in agricultural products from the surrounding areas.
It is not known when the town was established but it certainly owes its existence to its location at the narrowest point across the Little Belt.
The town was granted its first privileges at the end of the 13th century at a time when fishing played an important role in addition to its ferry link to Snoghøj in Jutland.