Sights and Attractions in Malmo Sweden


Lilia Torg (small square), with houses from the 17th and 18th centuries, like the Hedmanska Garden, the Faxeska Huset, the Aspegrenska Huset and the Ekstromsk Garden, Jorgen Kocks Hus (1525); Rosenvingeska Huset (1534), Vastergatan; Flens-burgska Huset (1595), Sodergatan; Diedenska Huset (1620), Ostergatan; Thottska Husett (1558) Ostergatan; Dringenbergska Garden (15th to 19th centuries), Vallgatan; Beijerska Huset (15th century), Kalendegatan; Tunnels Hus (1519), Adelgatan; Kom-panihuset and Kompanigarden (16th century), Kompanigrand. Town Hall (1546, reconstructed in 1863-69), Stortorget. The halls Knutssalen and Landstingssalen are worth seeing, the restaurant Radhuskallaren dates from the 16th century; the Residence (home of the county governor, 1720-30, reconstructed in 1848), Stortorget; St. Gertrude House Block (16th to 19th centuries), between Ostergatan, Bagersgatan and Norra Vallgatan; St. Peter’s Church (Baltic Gothic style from the 14th century), Sjalabodgatan; Sjomansgarden (the sailor’s house), Fiskehamnsgatan; Hyllic Water Tower (77 meters/253 feet above sea-level).

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