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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