Although it is not known when the settlement was established, it appears Faaborg had already received privileges as a market town in the 13th century.
Located on a promontory surrounded by water on three sides, the site was further protected by a moat and a town wall.
They included many Jews who made Faaborg Funen's most Jewish community with its own synagogue.
With 50 employees, Dansk Vin- og Konservesfabrik (wine and canning) was the main business but traditional crafts and trading continued while the harbour was also enlarged.
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In the mid-17th century, it suffered even more from the effects of the Swedish Wars but it began to prosper as an important port in the 18th century.Corn was exported to Norway and trade increased with the Grand Duchies of Schleswig and Holstein.Faaborg Rutebilstation, a former railway station built in 1882, now serves as a bus station for Fyn Bus.There are regular ferry links from Faaborg to the islands of Bjørnø, Lyø, Avernakø and Ærø.Around 1477, a monastery was established which over the years acquired most of the property in the town and its surroundings.
After the Reformation it was used for a time as a hospital until it was finally demolished. In the 16th and 17th centuries, Faaborg had to compete with a considerable amount of illegal trading from other settlements along the coast.
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By the 1890s, ships from Faaborg sailed as far as the Mediterranean.
In the 19th century, England replaced Norway as the main trading partner and, in the second half of the century, trade extended to China and Australia.