Tour Guide – Malmö, Sweden
This tour guide to the town where I lived was originally crafted several years ago and I have added to it and changed the pictures several times during the years. I share this post with The Daily Post´s weekly Photography Challenge: Tour Guide.
For bigger size click on the pictures and follow the picture trail. (updated 2018-02-09)
Malmö lies in Southern Sweden across a strait where on the other side the capitol of Denmark, Copenhagen, resides. The first mention of Malmö is said to be an inventory or contract for a norwegian princess when she married. Otherwise it is thought to be founded by the bishop in Lund in 1275. For some hundred years the county of Skåne where Malmö lies belonged to Denmark and Malmö was Denmark’s second biggest town after Copenhagen. The town privileges was granted by Eric of Pomerania in 1437. Malmöhus castle was said to be his favourite castle. In 1658 Scania (Skåne) became Swedish and Malmö is now Sweden’s third biggest city. Öresundsbron – the bridge between Sweden and Denmark was opened in 2000 and now you could go by train or car to Denmark. The bridge and the two cities Malmö and Copenhagen are featured in the tv-series The Bridge. It is feels a bit weird to see familiar surroundings in a TV-series.
Most of the postings about Malmö could be found by clicking the tag Malmö. A page with photographs from Sweden is here and posts tagged Sweden here.
More information could be found on wikipedia: Malmö, Scania (Skåne) , Copenhagen (Köpenhamn), Eric of Pomerania, Sweden, Denmark , Skåneland.
To see where this place is in the physical world click here to come to the map at the bottom of the page!
Click on the pictures below to take a trip through Malmö.
Welcome to Malmö.
Gamla färjeläget. Old ferry to Copenhagen used to anchor here.
The western Harbour.
Turning Torso in Western Harbour.
Street reflections in the windows of Turning Torso, Malmö.
Playground, Varvsparken, Western Harbour, Malmö, Sweden
In the djungle? Playground in Varvsparken.
Older retired gasstation on Mellanheden, Malmö.
Old willow trees
Abandoned cinema in Limhamn, Malmö
Flerbostadshus i gult tegel /Apartment building in yellow brick
Taborkyrkan circa 1971
The old concrete factory in Limhamn that is the origin of Skanska.
Recently built houses on Ön in Limhamn.
Limhamn lime quarry
Öresundsbron, the bridge that connects Sweden with Denmark seen from the laguna by Sibbarp.
Riding on the beach at Klagshamn.
Gamla väster in Malmö.
Turning Torso in the distance seen from the museum.
Malmöhus slott/ Malmöhus castle.
Tulip glory in Slottsträdgården in the park behind the castle.
Wind mill in Slottsträdgården.
The last tram in Malmö in 1973.
Icy statue in winter on Gustav Adolfs torg.
Sankt Petri kyrka / Sankt Peter´s church.
Viktoriateatern byggdes som biograf 1912 och blev teater 1990. / Viktoria was built as a cinema in 1912 and became a theatre in 1990.
Old fishermen’s huts in Limhamn.
Powerhouse by Smedberg.
Reflections in canal in Malmö, Sweden.
Along the canal
Winter morning in Rörsjöstaden.
Sankt Paul´s Church
Reflections in the parking house Anna
Reflection at shoppingmall Entré in Malmö, Sweden.
Precis ur startboxarna / Out of the startingboxes at Jägersro racing course.
Building of Swedbank Arena, Malmö
Arriving home from Japan I ttok this picture at Hyllie station.
In the dark tunnel that is Hyllie Station. Last stop on the Swedish side before Öresundsbron.
This is where Malmö is found in the physical world