Hard to imagine how Malmö looks like?

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Hard to imagine how Malmö looks like? - Sunny Beach
Hard to imagine how Malmö looks like? - inside of St' Peter Church
Hard to imagine how Malmö looks like? - Flat grassland
Hard to imagine how Malmö looks like? - West Harbour (with Öresund Bridge at the back)

Hard to imagine how Malmö looks like? Malmo Reviews

cheriecher cheriech…
11 reviews
Sep 09, 2007
Hard to imagine how Malmö looks like? Well, here we go.

Malmö is called the City of Parks with its 275 000 inhabitants Sweden's third largest city. (u can't see any pics of Parks in my album thou. hhee...)

u know what amazed me most? "TWO NATION VACATION"

Visiting Malmö has never been easier. With the Öresund Bridge, it takes only 35 minutes by train from Malmö city centre to the city centre of Copenhagen. Why not take a “Two nation vacation” and visit both Denmark and Sweden??

Long story short, not mention the general sightseeing spots like Turning Torso, West Harbour, plenty of Old Buildings and of course Parks. My friends took me a adventurous tour to Southwest Skåne.

Malmö is the capital of southwest Skåne. The land is flat, open and largely developed. Southwest Skåne lies as far south as you can get in Sweden. Southwest Skåne lies as far south as you can get in Sweden. The fishing harbor of Barsebäck, Skanör's rich bird life, the vast white sandy beaches of Skanör and Falsterbo: All these things make up the exciting area known as Southwestern Skåne. Love it makes me feeling peaceful & silent.

Last but not the least, Malmö has a reputation as Sweden's City of Art. More than 30 art galleries, various theatres and different museums all you can find in here.

Talking about art in Malmö, it ususlly make you thinking about one's history. Here it tells all from the ancient buildings all around. There are also a number of Free churches in Malmö. Whether or not you're a follower of the Muslim, Catholic or Jewish faith, or maybe just curious, you'll feel welcome in Malmö! Here you will find churches, mosques and synagogues, side by side.

Being a Catholic, I love to see different churches everywhere over the world. One by one, each one has its own story behind. The more you discovered, the more you impressed. See if you would feel in the same way as me??
Flat grassland
Sunny Beach
West Harbour (with Öresund Bridge…
inside of St' Peter Church
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