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Skåne County (Swedish: Skåne län), sometimes referred to as \Scania County\ in English, is the southernmost county or län, of Sweden, basically corresponding to the traditional province Skåne. It borders the counties of Halland, Kronoberg and Blekinge. The seat of residence for the Skåne Governor is the town of Malmö. The headquarters of Skåne Regional Council is the town of Kristianstad. The present county was created in 1997 when Kristianstad County and Malmöhus County were merged, and it covers around 3% of Sweden's total area, but its population of 1,250,000 comprises 13% of Sweden's total population.
Cities, towns & villages in Skane
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Lilla HarrieLilla Harrie is a locality situated in Kävlinge Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 371 inhabitants in 2010. Lilla Harrie Valskvarn (Farina) is situated here, Sweden's oldest mill, founded in 1509. The archbishop at the time bought the mill. The purchase was approved and thereby registered by the thing. It is believed that the mill is much older. 1955 Edvin Helge took over the mill and modernized much of the old mill. Among some new addition were the concrete silos that helped in increasing production capacity further. Lilla Harrie Engineering AB The Battle of Lund Show Lilla Harrieon the map
TyringeTyringe is a locality situated in Hässleholm Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 4,658 inhabitants in 2010. Administratively the place was made a municipal community within the rural municipalities of Finja and Västra Torup in 1928. In Sweden, the term municipalsamhälle was previously used for certain localities, functioning as a \"submunicipality\" with certain regulations granted by the king and also in effect for towns. The local government reform of 1952 created Tyringe Municipality out of five former entities. The last four (among them Tyringe) of the once 240 municipalsamhällen were dissolved in 1971. The municipality was amalgamated with Hässleholm Municipality in 1974. Show Tyringeon the map
Vä is a former town in Scania, now a village in the municipality of Kristianstad in Sweden, ca 5 km south west of the town of Kristianstad. The name stems from the old Danish word væ, meaning \"cult place or holy ground\". Around 1170, the Danish archbishop Eskil founded a Premonstratensian convent on the site. In 1213, the convent was burnt down and the monks moved to the convent in Bäckaskog. The church was rebuilt, and is standing today still. Another convent was built in the late 14th century, serving as a monasterical society. Show Väon the map
HelsingborgHelsingborg (Swedish pronunciation: [hɛlsɪŋˈbɔrj]; spelled Hälsingborg between 1912 and 1970) is a town and the seat of Helsingborg Municipality, Scania, Sweden. It had 97,122 inhabitants in 2010. Helsingborg is the centre of the northern part of western Scania. There is no formal metropolitan area, but the municipality of Helsingborg City and its neighbouring five municipalities (within Scania) had in spring of 2013 a population of 269.489 inhabitants at an area of 1.353 square kilometres (0.522 square miles), a population density of 200 people/km2. This makes Helsingborg the fourth largest population area in Sweden. The city is also Sweden's closest point to Denmark, with the Danish city Helsingør clearly visible on the other side of the Øresund about 4 km (2 mi) to the west, closer than Show Helsingborgon the map
JonstorpJonstorp is a locality situated in Höganäs Municipality in northwestern Skåne County, Sweden. It had 1,880 inhabitants in 2010. Jonstorp located at Skälderviken beach. Tunneberga Inn serves traditional fare and is a popular destination for families as well as bus tours. On June 6 each year organizes Byalaget 'Jonstorp Day', a feast for both villagers and visitors. During the summer, attracts also visited Kulla market with fairground and traders. The market is held by tradition always the first weekend in July with Jonstorp IF as an arranger. The football team also organizes annually a large flea market on the first Sunday in September. In addition, the village has its own sports club with both contestants and senior squad gymnasts gymnastics and an ice hockey club which traditionally had g Show Jonstorpon the map
LandskronaLandskrona is a late medieval town located at the shores of Øresund, founded at the location of the former Danish fishing village Sønder Sæby in the province of Scania by king Erik VII of Pomerania early in the 15th century. In 1720 the town, like its province, became a formal part of Sweden. Around the Castle build by Danish king Christian III in 1549, Landskrona Citadel, a huge system of moats emerged over the centuries, also in the town's Swedish history. Today the Citadel is famous for its well preserved moat system, which includes parts of four moats. At the northern part of the Citadel, Sweden's second, and today oldest allotment area is located. Its port is based on a natural chute in the sandy sea floor, despite the lack of any nearby debouching river. Show Landskronaon the map
BorgebyBorgeby Castle (Swedish: Borgeby slott) lies in Lomma Municipality, Scania in southern Sweden, beside the Kävlingeån, the largest river in Scania. The castle is built on the site of an 11th-century castle or fortress. Finds at the site may relate to the reign of King Harald Bluetooth. It may be reconstructed similar to the Trelleborg type with a diameter of 150 metres. Construction must have been in several phases with two separate ditches. The buildings on the site burned down during the Viking Era. Excavations in 1998 found evidence of a mint. This is thought to prove that this site belonged from its beginnings until 1536 to the Archbishop of Lund. Show Borgebyon the map
ÅhusÅhus is the second largest locality in Kristianstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 9,423 inhabitants in 2010, but the number triples during the summer due to tourists who come seeking the beaches and nature of the Helgeå and Hanöbukten area. Åhus is also famous for hosting one of the largest beach handball tournaments in the world with approximately 20,000 participants. In 2011, in the village of Rinkaby near Åhus, the World Scout Meeting also known as the Jamboree was held. Show Åhuson the map
BäckaskogBäckaskog is a locality situated in Kristianstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden, between Ivö Lake and Oppmanna Lake, with 293 inhabitants in 2010. The village has developed around the castle and the Premonstratensian monastery. The monastery was constructed in the early 14th century and after the destruction of the monastery in Vä, the monks from there were moved to Bäckaskog. Allegedly (Nordisk Familjebok) the name refers to the Swedish words for stream - bäck and forest - skog in that the place held them both. Show Bäckaskogon the map
MalmöMalmö (IPA /ˈmælmə/; Swedish pronunciation: [²malːmøː] (13px listen); Danish: Malmø) is the third largest city in Sweden and the 6th largest in the Nordic countries. Malmö is also the most populous city in Scania and is the economical and cultural centre of South Sweden. Malmö is also an important part of the transnational Øresund Region, which covers Denmark east of Great Belt (including Copenhagen) and Scania. Show Malmöon the map
RinkabyRinkaby is a locality situated in Kristianstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 745 inhabitants in 2010. It is close to Lake Hammarsjön and 12 kilometres from Kristianstad. The village has a pre-school and primary school which is housed in a building originating in the 19th century. There is a leisure centre, a football club and some shops. Show Rinkabyon the map
BackåkraDag Hammarskjöld's farm at Backåkra (Swedish: [ˈbakːokra]), close to Ystad in southern Sweden, was bought in 1957 as a summer residence by Hammarskjöld, then Secretary-General of the United Nations (1953-1961). The farm was in decline and its restoration came to last until after Hammarskjölds death in 1961. It is maintained by the Swedish hiking association Svenska Turistföreningen as a museum displaying artifacts of his tenure at the UN. The south wing of the farm is reserved as a summer retreat for the 18 members of the Swedish Academy, of which Hammarskjöld was a member. There is an outdoor meditation site on the property. Show Backåkraon the map
KirsebergKirseberg (literally \"Cherry hill\") was a city district (Swedish: stadsdel) in the north of Malmö Municipality, Sweden. On 1 July 2013, it was merged with Centrum, forming Norr. In 2012, Kirseberg had a population of 14,959 of the municipality's 307,758. The area was 640 hectares. Show Kirsebergon the map
FosieFosie was a city district (Swedish: stadsdel) in the central of Malmö Municipality, Sweden. On 1 July 2013, it was merged with the city district of Oxie, forming Söder. In 2012, Fosie had a population of 43,889 of the municipality's 307,758. The area was 1,243 hectares. Inhabitants in Fosie originate from many countries. There are similar variations in the composition of the population and housing. An important element in the district is the Fosie industrial estate with some 10,000 jobs and 300 businesses. Show Fosieon the map
HjärupHjärup is, with its more than 4,250 inhabitants, the second largest locality in Staffanstorp Municipality, Scania, Sweden. Hjärup has a station on the Pågatågen system. The locality has a suburban character with semi-detached houses initially built in the 1960s–1970s on Lundaslätten, the fertile plain south of Lund, initially on land sold off from the farm Hjerup. Hjärup was until the 1990s confined in between the railway and the main road Malmö–Lund. On the other side of the railway, adjacent to Hjärup's station, a district called Jakriborg is now growing. Show Hjärupon the map
BorstahusenBorstahusen is a fishing village in northern Landskrona in Scania, in southern Sweden. It was founded in 1776 by the brothers Rasmus Andersson Borste and Jöns Andersson Borste, after whom the area is named. Around the original village, a recreational area has sprung up with camping, golf courses and beaches. In the harbour, an old pump house has been converted into a museum, gallery and restaurant, designed by the architect Per Dockson. The local soccer team is \"Borstahusens Bollklubb\" (BBK). Show Borstahusenon the map
ÖdåkraÖdåkra is a locality situated in Helsingborg Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 4,920 inhabitants in 2010. It is situated just north-east of Helsingborg and could be regarded a suburb of that city. Ödåkra is known for its distillery, which existed 1897–1976 and gave the name to Ödåkra Taffel Aqvavit. Show Ödåkraon the map
GårdlösaGårdlösa is the site of an Iron Age settlement in the parish of Smedstorp in Skåne, Sweden. It was inhabited shortly during the late Nordic Bronze Age, and from the 1st century BC–11th century AD. In 1949, a woman's grave from the Roman Iron Age was found in Gårdlösa. It had a silver fibula on which there was a runic inscription. In 1963–1976, there were archaeological excavations of house foundations, grave fields and a shrine. The rich and varied material has enabled scholars to perform cross-domain studies of the inhabitants' social, economic and religious life, giving a good picture of an Iron Age agricultural settlement and its resources. Show Gårdlösaon the map
GårdstångaGårdstånga is a locality situated in Eslöv Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 343 inhabitants in 2010. Route E66 ran straight through the village until 1984 when the road routed was outside the community. Gårdstånga is an ancient community located at the bridge over the River Kävlingeån along the highway between Malmö and Kristianstad. It is believed to have been settled since the 10th century. Gårdstånga is the site of a Bronze Age burial mound, in Swedish Gravhög from the Old Norse word haugr meaning mound. \n* Burial mound (Swedish: Gravhög) in Gårdstånga Show Gårdstångaon the map
MölleMölle is a locality situated in Höganäs Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 715 inhabitants in 2010. It is best known for its scenic harbour and its location adjacent to the Kullaberg Nature Reserve. Its harbour, situated on the Kattegat Strait, provides services for marine fishing, watersports outings and tour excursions along the coast, especially the rocky shore of Kullaberg to the north. Fodor characterizes Mölle as \"a small town set in spectacular isolation on the dramatic headland of the Kulla Peninsula\". Show Mölleon the map
LöddeköpingeLöddeköpinge is the second-largest locality in Kävlinge Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden, with 6,290 inhabitants as of 2010. Löddeköpinge is about 10 km southwest of the municipal seat Kävlinge and about 5 km from Barsebäck nuclear power plant. Show Löddeköpingeon the map
HusieHusie was a city district (Swedish: stadsdel) in the north-east of Malmö Municipality, Sweden. On 1 July 2013, it was merged with Rosengård, forming Öster. In 2012, Husie had a population of 20,769 of the municipality's 307,758. The area was 2,984 hectares. Show Husieon the map
LundLund (Swedish pronunciation: [lɵnd] (13px listen)) is a city in the province of Scania (Skåne), southern Sweden. The town has 82,800 inhabitants in 2010, out of a municipal total of 110,824. It is the seat of Lund Municipality, Skåne County. The city is believed to have been founded around 990, when Scania belonged to Denmark. It soon became a major Christian centre of the Baltic Sea region, at a time when the area was still a frontier area for Christian mission, and within Scandinavia and especially Denmark through the Middle Ages. From 1103 it was the see of the Catholic Metropolitan Archdiocese of Lund. At the centre of the city stands the towering Lund Cathedral, built circa 1090–1145. Show Lundon the map
HöllvikenHöllviken is a locality situated in Vellinge Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 10,607 inhabitants in 2010. It is located close to both Malmö and the Øresund Bridge which connects Sweden and Denmark. The town is a popular summer vacation spot for northern Europeans, who are attracted to its sand beaches and the historical sites which date back to the time of the Vikings. The peninsula on which the town is situated is unique because it is surrounded by two different seas: Öresund and The Baltic Sea. The following sports clubs are located in Höllviken: \n* FC Höllviken Show Höllvikenon the map
KivikKivik is a locality situated in Simrishamn Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 960 inhabitants in 2010. It is located in a part of Scania (Skåne) called Österlen. Kivik is known for its annual market, usually taking place on the third Monday through Wednesday of July each year. It's also known for its abundant production of herring, apples and apple cider, usually sold in large quantities at the market. Historically, Kivik is also home to a bronze-age tomb - the 3,000-year-old \"King's Grave\". It is the largest circular burial site in Sweden, measuring 75 metres in diameter. Show Kivikon the map
DalbyDalby is a locality and short-lived (11th century) former Latin Catholic diocese situated in Lund Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 5,708 inhabitants in 2010. It is located about 10 km east-south-east of Lund, and about 20 km east-north-east of Malmö. Dalby was a municipality up until 1974, when it became part of Lund municipality. Between 1941 and 1954, Dalby was also a municipal urban area The Dalby Söderskog national park is situated just north-west of Dalby. Show Dalbyon the map
YstadYstad (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈyːsta]) is a town, and the seat of Ystad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden, with 18,350 inhabitants in 2010. The settlement dates back to the 11th century and the town has become a busy ferryport, local administrative centre and tourist attraction. It is associated with the fictional detective Kurt Wallander whose stories, by Henning Mankell, are set primarily in Ystad and nearby communities. Show Ystadon the map
ArildArild is a locality situated in Höganäs Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 522 inhabitants in 2010. It is located in the bay of Skälderviken in north-western Scania, approximately 30 km north of Helsingborg in Sweden. Arild belongs to Brunnby parish with its seat in Brunnby. The parish is represented in Arild by Arilds Chapel. The village was mostly concentrated around the chapel and the shoreline but has come to extend uphill towards Kullaberg, creating height differences between the various parts of the village. The coastline surrounding the village and the majority of the northern shore of the Kullen peninsula is mountainous. Show Arildon the map
OxieOxie is a locality and was a city district (Swedish: stadsdel) in the south-east of Malmö Municipality, Sweden. On 1 July 2013, the city district was merged with Fosie, forming Söder. In 2012, Oxie had a population of 12,453 of the municipality's 307,758. The area was 2,306 hectares. Notable buildings include the medieval Oxie church (Oxie kyrka) and the water tower. From the railway station commuter trains proceed to Malmö and Ystad. Show Oxieon the map
HofterupHofterup is a locality situated in Kävlinge Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 3,501 inhabitants in 2010. Hofterup is known for: Hofterupsdösen, a stone chamber tomb from the Neolithic (stone age)Hofterup church, one of the oldest churches in Scandinavia Järavallen Nature Reserve, one of Skåne's largest public recreation areasIts many horse farms and swimming pools (Northern Europe's most dense pool area according unconfirmed reports)Barsebäck Golf & Country Club - regarded as one of the top golf courses in Europe. The 2003 Solheim Cup was hosted here, as well as several Scandinavian Masters tournaments. Show Hofterupon the map
ÖssjöÖssjö (formerly Åsbo-Össjö) is a small town in the Ängelholm Municipality of Skåne County in Sweden. As of 2005 it has a recorded population of 192 and an area of 26 hectares. It lies at 56° 14´ north, 13° 2´ east. The town is the birthplace of musician Marie Fredriksson of the band Roxette, and the journalist and diplomat Arne Thorén. Össjö Gård, an estate, is located in Össjö. It was built in the years 1814-1815 by Adolf Fredrik Tornérhjelm. Show Össjöon the map
ÅkarpÅkarp is a locality situated in Burlöv Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 5,617 inhabitants in 2010. It is situated approximately 8 km northeast of Malmö and 13 km southwest of Lund. It has a railway station where the Skåne commuter rail network stops. In 1120 the village was known to be called Acathorp, from the two words Åke (a Swedish man's name) and torp. Around the 15th century the name changed to Ågarp, and during the 16th century the name changed to Ågerup. The first record of the name Åkarp is from the year 1770. Composer Lars-Erik Larsson was born in Åkarp. Show Åkarpon the map
HöörHöör (Swedish pronunciation: [hœːr]) is a locality and the seat of Höör Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 7,865 inhabitants in 2010. The town's original spelling was Hör. The present, unusual spelling with double \"ö\" was implemented by the Swedish postal service at the beginning of the 20th century. At that time, it was a common practice in Sweden to write Här (for here) on the address column of local letters. In order to avoid confusion between letters to be delivered locally and those intended for Hör, the postal service has therefore changed the town's name to Höör. Show Hööron the map
BromöllaBromölla is a locality and the seat of Bromölla Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 7,595 inhabitants in 2010. The town of Bromölla only consisted of a few houses until it began to grow about 100 years ago around a newly established limestone quarry, leading to the establishment of several ceramics industries. The area has grown up around the entailed estate of Årup and the pertaining parish of Ivetofta. As the railroad between Kristianstad and Sölvesborg established a station in 1886, the first ceramic industri - Ifö - was opened in 1887. Show Bromöllaon the map
KävlingeKävlinge is a locality and the seat of Kävlinge Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 9,049 inhabitants in 2010. In 1996, a train containing large amounts of ammonia derailed and around 9,000 people had to be evacuated from the area. This was the biggest evacuation operation in Swedish history. Near Kävlinge is the site of the Hög passage grave, a Bronze Age barrow covering a neolithic burial chamber. Hög means mound from the Old Norse word haugr for hill. The finds from the excavations are in the Lund University Historic Museum. Show Kävlingeon the map
SimrishamnSimrishamn is a locality and the seat of Simrishamn Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 6,527 inhabitants in 2010. Simrishamn is, despite its small population, for historical reasons normally still referred to as a city. Simrishamn is a picturesque coastal town, built around the main street (Storgatan), that passes the market square, itself being the centre of the town. The climate of Simrishamn is mild, because it is warmed by the Gulf Stream, and the hardiness zone of Simrishamn is 8a and this is comparable to Paris, France. Show Simrishamnon the map
SmedstorpSmedstorp is a locality situated in Tomelilla Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden. Located 15 km west of the town of Simrishamn, Smedstorp is a small village with 363 inhabitants in 2010. On 1 January 2002 the current parish of Smedstorp was formed from the amalgamation of six small parishes Kverrestad, Smedstorp, Östra Ingelstad, Bollerup, Tosterup and Övraby. So, the parish of Smedstorp extends beyond the village itself to the surrounding farms and hamlets. Smedstorp is also a postal district covering and even larger area. Show Smedstorpon the map
KvidingeKvidinge is a locality situated in Åstorp Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,854 inhabitants in 2010. It is famous as the death site of Charles August, Crown Prince of Sweden in 1810. Crown Prince was inspecting the Scanian Hussar Regiment troops on its training ground Kvidinge Heath at Kvidinge. Crown Prince Charles John (later King Karl XIV Johan) proposed that a memorial to the incident would be raised. City architect Carl Christoffer Gjörwell was commissioned to design the monument, which was completed in 1826. Show Kvidingeon the map
BjuvBjuv is a locality and the seat of Bjuv Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 6,832 inhabitants in 2010. Show Bjuvon the map
RöstångaRöstånga is a locality situated in Svalöv Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 839 inhabitants in 2010. At Röstånga there is an entrance to the Söderåsen National Park. The main entrance is at Skäralid, 5 km further north. There is also a valley called Nackarpsdalen, at the end of which there is a lake called Odensjön. To get to Röstånga by public transport, one can take a local train to Stehag, then bus (directions Klippan, Skäralid and Ljungbyhed). There are also bus connections with Svalöv and Teckomatorp. Show Röstångaon the map
LjunghusenLjunghusen is a locality situated in Vellinge Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 2,555 inhabitants in 2010. It is located west of Höllviken and east of Skanör-Falsterbo. The town is notable for its beaches and for its golf course, Ljunghusens GK, which on several occasions has been ranked among Sweden's five best courses. Ljunghusen had a train station between 1904 and 1971, and between 1905 and 1924 a horsetrack went from the train station in the north of the village to the beach in the south. Show Ljunghusenon the map
FärlövFärlöv is a locality situated in Kristianstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,026 inhabitants in 2010. The small town of Färlöv is best known for Färlöv Church, a Romanesque 12th century church with twin towers. As for being a small town, Färlöv does not have much more than the previously mentioned church, a kindergarten, an elementary school, a filling station/convenience store, and a pizza restaurant. The rest of the town is made up of dwellings for people who work in Kristianstad. Show Färlövon the map
AlnarpAlnarp is a village and university campus in Lomma Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden, lying between Lund and Malmö. The estate of Alnarp dates back to 1325, and became the official residence of the governor-general of Scania in 1674. In 1862, the existing Alnarp Castle was built to house a new school of agronomy, now part of the Alnarp campus of the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. Alnarp also housed the headquarters of the NordGen. Alnarp is famous for its park. Show Alnarpon the map
HöganäsHöganäs is a locality and the seat of Höganäs Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 14,107 inhabitants in 2010. Höganäs is nationally known for its ceramics industry, Höganäs Keramik. Höganäs Keramik is part of Iittala Group. Höganäs has the main office of Höganäs AB, one of the world's biggest iron powder manufacturer with subsidiaries around the world. The Höganäs AB company was founded by Count Eric Ruuth in 1797 which makes it one of Sweden's oldest companies. Show Höganäson the map
VärpingeVärpinge is a borough in western Lund, Skåne in southern Sweden. The borough covers both rural, the old Värpinge village and newer neighborhoods (close to central Lund). Värpinge is most of the times referred to as a suburb. Large parts of the area were built in the beginning of 1990. Bigger roads that go through the city district are Västra Ringen and Trollebergsvägen. Värpinge is adjacent to Rinnebäcksravinen. The area was previously called Västra Fäladen. Show Värpingeon the map
GenarpGenarp is a locality situated in Lund Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 2,892 inhabitants in 2010. It is the southernmost urban area in Lund Municipality, located in Bara Hundred. Most of Genarp consists of residential areas with single-family homes. Genarp Church, which is located in the village, is the only church built in Skåne during the 16th century. Björnstorp Castle, Toppeladugård Castle and Häckeberga Castle are all located close to Genarp. Show Genarpon the map
DegebergaDegeberga is a locality situated in Kristianstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,291 inhabitants in 2010. It is located approximately 22 km (14 mi) south of the city of Kristianstad. The area is known for the highest waterfall in Scania located in the nearby Forsakar Nature Reserve. An outdoor pool named Forsakarsbadet, which is open to visitors during the summer, is situated in a valley just next to the nature reserve. Show Degebergaon the map
VejbystrandVejbystrand is a bimunicipal locality situated in Skåne County, Sweden with 2,721 inhabitants in 2010. The majority of its population lives in Ängelholm Municipality and a minority in Båstad Municipality. The most famous building in Vejbystrand was the kitchen/admin building of Kronprinsessan Victorias kustsanatorium, built in 1903. The building was taken down in May 2010 and will be replaced by apartments. Show Vejbystrandon the map
BjärredBjärred (Swedish: [²bjærːɛd]) is a coastal locality situated in Lomma Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden. It is situated about 20 km north of Malmö, 10 km west of Lund and 5 km north of Lomma village.With 9,542 inhabitants in 2010, it is the second largest locality in Lomma Municipality and accounts for around 44% of its inhabitants. Bjärred largely serves as a suburb of Malmö and Lund. Among the sights in the town is the open-air swimming-baths, situated 500 meters out on the jetty Långa bryggan. Show Bjärredon the map
EmmaljungaEmmaljunga is a locality situated in Hässleholm Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 262 inhabitants in 2010. It lies on Highway 117 which connects it directly with Hässleholm in the south. The town was founded in 1925. It was in 1925 the founding spot of baby-stroller manufacturer Emmaljunga Barnvagnsfabrik. It is the oldest pram manufacturer in Europe and still owned by the founding family, Persson. Show Emmaljungaon the map
HuarödHuaröd is a locality situated in Kristianstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 242 inhabitants in 2010. The village itself is located on Linderödsåsen about 30 kilometres south of Kristianstad and about 15 km from the coast. Katja Geiger (Katja of Sweden), Carl-Adam Nycop, Mats Rondin and Geoff Bunn are some public figures who have chosen to live in Huaröd. It is also home to a chamber orchestra. Show Huarödon the map
ArlövArlöv is the seat of Burlöv Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden. It is statistically not defined as a locality of its own, but forms part of the contiguous city of Malmö, 5 km northeast of downtown Malmö. Out of Malmö's 280,000 inhbitants, 11,000 live in Arlöv. However, in the 1950s, a public vote took place, deciding once and for all that Burlöv Municipality would never be a part of Malmö. Show Arlövon the map
SvanshallSvanshall is a small fishing village on the western coast of northwest Skåne County, southwest Sweden, about 25 km north of Helsingborg. The nearest village to the south is Jonstorp; north along the coast are the villages of Skäret and Arild. The village has a small marina and lighthouse. On July 15, 1749 it was passed by Carl Linnaeus on his Scanian trip. It is a surfing location. Show Svanshallon the map
IvetoftaIvetofta is a village and a suburb of Bromölla, in Skåne County in southern Sweden. With a history going back to the 12th century, it was once a rural municipality in the former Kristianstad County. It lies on the eastern bank of Ivö Lake, between Ivö and the smaller lake Levrasjön. The Ivetofta Local Historical Society was founded in 1981 and as of 2013 has nearly 500 members. Show Ivetoftaon the map
Skanör med FalsterboSkanör med Falsterbo is a statistical locality (Swedish tätort, locality code 3672), situated in Vellinge Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 6,937 inhabitants in 2010. It consists of the two old towns of Skanör and Falsterbo which have grown together, but are still regarded as different communities by locals. The preposition med means with. Thanks to its southerly and maritime position, the locality is the mildest in Sweden, with winter lows barely averaging frosts. Show Skanör med Falsterboon the map
YngsjöYngsjö is a locality situated in Kristianstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 302 inhabitants in 2010. Yngsjö is located on the coast of the Baltic Sea and is famous for its beaches. Yngsjö is also known for the bottled water manufacturer Malmbergs Water and for the Yngsjö murder that took place in 1889 and resulted in the last execution of a woman in Sweden. Show Yngsjöon the map
LimhamnLimhamn is, in an administrative sense, the southern district of Malmö Municipality in Sweden. Before 1915, Limhamn was (briefly) a town of its own. The population of Limhamn-Bunkeflo (including suburbs) is 31,000, of which 7,000 live in the southern suburbs Tygelsjö and Bunkeflostrand, and some live in neighbourhoods that are not usually counted to Limhamn proper. Show Limhamnon the map
BarsebäckBarsebäck (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈbarsɛˌbɛkː]) is a locality situated in Kävlinge Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 524 inhabitants in 2010. It lies about 4 km east of the harbour village Barsebäckshamn. It is known for the now closed Barsebäck Nuclear Power Plant, and for the internationally known golf course Barsebäck Golf & Country Club with an annual world class golf tournament. Show Barsebäckon the map
KristianstadKristianstad (Swedish pronunciation: [krɪˈɧanːsta], older spelling Christianstad) is a city and the seat of Kristianstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 35,711 inhabitants in 2010. During the last 15 years, it has gone from a garrison town to a developed commercial city, today attracting visitors in the summertime mainly from Germany, Denmark and The Netherlands. Show Kristianstadon the map
TorekovTorekov is a locality situated in Båstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 863 inhabitants in 2010. It is still a fishing village but it is today known as a summer resort. In August, 1971 Torekov hosted a meeting in which it was decided to strip the king of all but his symbolic formal political powers, known as the \"Torekov Compromise\". Show Torekovon the map
BunkeflostrandBunkeflostrand is a suburb of Malmö and a locality situated in Malmö Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 10,386 inhabitants in 2010. Bunkeflostrand is situated near the Oresund Bridge, south of Malmö, with which it is nearly, but not completely, conjoined. The eastern part of Bunkeflostrand consists of Annestad, an area with apartments. Show Bunkeflostrandon the map
HököpingeHököpinge is a locality situated in Vellinge Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,105 inhabitants in 2010. It lies about 2 km north of Vellinge. The village contains mostly older buildings along small roads. However, in the village's outer reach there are newly built four-storey buildings in \"factory style\" at the former factory. Show Hököpingeon the map
LönsbodaLönsboda is the second largest locality in Osby Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,903 inhabitants in 2010. Lönsboda is situated in north-eastern Scania, about 20 km east of the municipal seat Osby and near the provincial border to Blekinge and Småland. The community grew up around a railway station which was opened in 1901. Show Lönsbodaon the map
VitemöllaVitemölla is a small fishing village in the southern part of Sweden, in Skåne. It's situated on the Bight of Hanö right next to Kivik.Population is about 80 but becomes much larger during the summer. The annual fair Kiviks Marknad, which claims to be the largest fair in Sweden, is held on an open area between Vitemölla and Kivik. Show Vitemöllaon the map
OsbyOsby is a locality and the seat of Osby Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 7,157 inhabitants in 2010. Well known people born in Osby include Swedish ice hockey goaltender Magnus Åkerlund. The toy manufacturer BRIO was based in Osby, but moved to Malmö in 2006. The company's toy museum, the BRIO Lekoseum, remains in Osby. Show Osbyon the map
HäljarpHäljarp is a locality situated in Landskrona Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 2,795 inhabitants in 2010.Häljarp has several schools, a supermarket, two pizzerias and a train station connected to West Coast Line (Sweden). Häljarp has trains going to Malmö, Lund, Helsingborg and several smaller towns and villages. Show Häljarpon the map
ValjeValje is a bimunicipal locality divided by Bromölla Municipality, Skåne County and Sölvesborg Municipality, Blekinge County in Sweden. It had 823 inhabitants in 2010. The small river Sissebäck making up the border between the municipalities. The greater part is in Scania, with about 10% of the population in Blekinge. Show Valjeon the map
HammenhögHammenhög is a locality situated in Simrishamn Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 908 inhabitants in 2010. The village is named after a bronze-age grave, the first part of the name, Hammen-, refers to a person named Haming or Hamund, the second part, -hög, from the Old Norse word Haugr, means mound or barrow. Show Hammenhögon the map
SkanörSkanör is a town in Vellinge Municipality and part of the conurbation Skanör med Falsterbo in southwestern Scania, Sweden. City facilities include hotels, restaurants, a harbour, a medieval church and an elementary school. A greenbelt called Skanörs vångar will be a new residential area in Skanör. Show Skanöron the map
SmygehamnSmygehamn is the southernmost locality situated in Trelleborg Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,278 inhabitants in 2010. 1887–1957 Smygehamn had the southernmost railway station (called Östratorp after the parish) of Sweden. Sweden's southernmost point, Smygehuk, is situated about 1 km to the south-west. Show Smygehamnon the map
Sankt OlofSankt Olof is a locality situated in Simrishamn Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 624 inhabitants in 2010. Sankt Olof is a village located 15 miles northwest of Simrishamn. And is named after the church in the village. Which is named after Olaf II of Norway, the village was originally called Lunkende. Show Sankt Olofon the map
Västra InnerstadenVästra Innerstaden was a city district (Swedish: stadsdel) in the west-central of Malmö Municipality, Sweden. On 1 July 2013, it was merged with Södra Innerstaden, forming Innerstaden. In 2012, Västra Innerstaden had a population of 33,191 of the municipality's 307,758. The area was 465 hectares. Show Västra Innerstadenon the map
Södra InnerstadenSödra Innerstaden was a city district (Swedish: stadsdel) in the central of Malmö Municipality, Sweden. On 1 July 2013, it was merged with Västra Innerstaden, forming Innerstaden. In 2012, Södra Innerstaden had a population of 34,671 of the municipality's 307,758. The area was 302 hectares. Show Södra Innerstadenon the map
RolsbergaRolsberga is a village in the parish of Gudmundtorp, on the borders of Eslöv and Höörs kommun, in Skåne County Sweden. Map Split along the E22 motorway running between Malmö and Kalmar, Rolsberga is now largely a rural village with a population of under 100, and few remaining farms. Show Rolsbergaon the map
VinslövVinslöv is a locality situated in Hässleholm Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 3,984 inhabitants in 2010. In 1999, a documentary film portraying some of the town's inhabitants was produced. The documentary was called Plötsligt i Vinslöv (All of a sudden in Vinslöv). Show Vinslövon the map
Västra SkrävlingeVästra Skrävlinge is a former municipality in the Oxie district in the then Malmöhus County in Scania, southern Sweden. In 1911, it was incorporated into the city of Malmö and is today located in Malmö's eastern outskirts, including Rosengård. A church is located nearby. Show Västra Skrävlingeon the map
KågerödKågeröd is a locality situated in Svalöv Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,446 inhabitants in 2010. The permanent motor circuit Ring Knutstorp is situated at Kågeröd and the Norra Vram road circuit of the 1933 Swedish Summer Grand Prix went through the village. Show Kågerödon the map
EverödEveröd is a locality situated in Kristianstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 885 inhabitants in 2010. Kristianstad Airport, by locals sometimes referred to as \"Everöd Airport\", is located close to Everöd. The Romanesque Everöd Church is located in Everöd. Show Everödon the map
GunnarstorpGunnarstorp is a locality situated in Bjuv Municipality, Skåne County, the most southerly province in Sweden. There were 401 inhabitants in 2010, up from 360 five years earlier. The town grew up around a mine that was sunk in 1910 and worked between 1913 and 1946. Show Gunnarstorpon the map
HyllieHyllie was a city district (Swedish: stadsdel) in the central of Malmö Municipality, Sweden. On 1 July 2013, it was merged with Limhamn-Bunkeflo, forming Väster. In 2012, Hyllie had a population of 32,998 of the municipality's 307,758. The area was 901 hectares. Show Hyllieon the map
HyllingeHyllinge is the second largest locality situated in Åstorp Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 2,204 inhabitants in 2010. The settlement grew up in the 19th century around a coal mine. The first Swedish cases of the Spanish flu were detected here in 1918. Show Hyllingeon the map
TollarpTollarp is a locality situated in Kristianstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 3,284 inhabitants in 2010. It is located approximately 16 km (10 mi) south-west of the city of Kristianstad along the E22 route between Malmö and Kristianstad (Malmövagen). Show Tollarpon the map
StaffanstorpStaffanstorp is a locality and the seat of Staffanstorp Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 14,808 inhabitants in 2010. Staffanstorp is the largest Scanian settlement never to acquire town privileges before 1971, when they were abolished in Sweden. Show Staffanstorpon the map
VellingeVellinge is a locality and the seat of Vellinge Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 6,304 inhabitants in 2010. It was ranked the number 2 \"best place to live\" in Sweden - and the best in the south of Sweden - in Fokus magazine's 2009 survey. Show Vellingeon the map
FalsterboFalsterbo is a town located at the south-western tip of Sweden in Vellinge Municipality in Skåne. Falsterbo is situated in the southern part of the Falsterbo peninsula. It is part of Skanör med Falsterbo, one of Sweden's historical cities. Show Falsterboon the map
NosabyNosaby is a village located in Kristianstad Municipality, Sweden. The clubs Nosaby IF and Nosaby GK are located here. The village is famous for the rail accident on September 10, 2004, see Nosaby level crossing disaster. Show Nosabyon the map
Västra TorupVästra Torup is a minor locality situated in Hässleholm Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 198 inhabitants in 2010 down from 210 in 2005, Västra Torup is no longer classified as an urban area by Statistics Sweden. Show Västra Torupon the map
KyrkheddingeKyrkheddinge is a locality situated in Staffanstorp Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 276 inhabitants in 2010. It is situated about 9 km (6 mi) southeast of Lund and 6 km (4 mi) west-southwest of Dalby. Show Kyrkheddingeon the map
Södra SandbySödra Sandby is the second largest locality in Lund Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 6,136 inhabitants in 2010. It is situated about 10 kilometers east of Lund and 30 kilometers northeast of Malmö. Show Södra Sandbyon the map
EslövEslöv is a town and the seat of Eslöv Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 17,748 inhabitants in 2010. Eslöv is part of the Øresund Region. Show Eslövon the map
KlågerupKlågerup is a locality situated in Svedala Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,904 inhabitants in 2010. It is located next to road 108. This was the scene of the Klågerup Riots of 1811. Show Klågerupon the map
PerstorpPerstorp is a locality and the seat of Perstorp Municipality in Skåne County, Sweden with 5,665 inhabitants in 2010. It is twinned with Newton Aycliffe, a town in the North-East of England. Show Perstorpon the map
LunnarpLunnarp is a locality situated in Tomelilla Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 339 inhabitants in 2010. It is the site of the (fictional) murder in the mystery novel Faceless Killers. Show Lunnarpon the map
SkumparpSkumparp is a neighbourhood of Malmö, situated in the Borough of Limhamn-Bunkeflo, Malmö Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden. It is also a locality and had 205 inhabitants in 2010. Show Skumparpon the map
GlumslövGlumslöv is a locality situated in Landskrona Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,994 inhabitants in 2010. Notable natives from the area include Björn Strid & Peter Wildoer. Show Glumslövon the map
AnderslövAnderslöv is a locality situated in Trelleborg Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,808 inhabitants in 2010. Its 12th-century Romanesque church is noted for its old frescos. Show Anderslövon the map
ÅstorpÅstorp is a bimunicipal locality and the seat of Åstorp Municipality in Skåne County, Sweden with 9,488 inhabitants in 2010. It is also partly located in Ängelholm Municipality. Show Åstorpon the map
BrantevikBrantevik is a locality situated in Simrishamn Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 409 inhabitants in 2010. It was the home of the Branteviksålen a 150-year-old eel. Show Brantevikon the map
SövestadSövestad is a locality situated in Ystad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 386 inhabitants in 2010. The medieval Sövestad Church lies in the centre of the village. Show Sövestadon the map
VeberödVeberöd is a locality situated in Lund Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 5,500 inhabitants in 2014. It is near Vombsjön, the lake that supplies the water to Malmö. Show Veberödon the map
SkillingeSkillinge is a locality situated in Simrishamn Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 859 inhabitants in 2010. Skillinge has become known particularly for its theatre. Show Skillingeon the map
SvalövSvalöv is a locality and the seat of Svalöv Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 3,633 inhabitants in 2010. It is around 35 kilometres (22 miles) north of Malmö. Show Svalövon the map
TrelleborgTrelleborg is a locality and the seat of Trelleborg Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden, with 28,290 inhabitants in 2010. It is the southernmost town in Sweden. Show Trelleborgon the map
SaxtorpsskogenSaxtorpsskogen is a bimunicipal locality situated in Landskrona Municipality and Kävlinge Municipality in Skåne County, Sweden with 973 inhabitants in 2010. Show Saxtorpsskogenon the map
OnslundaOnslunda is a locality situated in Tomelilla Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 490 inhabitants in 2010. It lies around 10 km north-east of Tomelilla. Show Onslundaon the map
RydebäckRydebäck is a bimunicipal locality situated in Helsingborg Municipality and Landskrona Municipality in Skåne County, Sweden with 5,141 inhabitants in 2010. Show Rydebäckon the map
StenestadStenestad is a village in Svalöv Municipality in southern Sweden. The Norra Vram circuit for the 1933 Swedish Summer Grand Prix went through the village. Show Stenestadon the map
KulladalKulladal is a neighbourhood of Malmö, situated in the Borough of Hyllie, Malmö Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden. It was incorporated in Malmö in 1931. Show Kulladalon the map
TågarpTågarp is a bimunicipal locality situated in Svalöv Municipality and Landskrona Municipality in Skåne County, Sweden with 431 inhabitants in 2010. Show Tågarpon the map
Västra KarupVästra Karup is a locality situated in Båstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 582 inhabitants in 2010. Birgit Nilsson was born there 1918. Show Västra Karupon the map
ToarpToarp is a neighbourhood of the Borough of Oxie, Malmö Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden. It is also a locality and had 219 inhabitants in 2010. Show Toarpon the map
LöberödLöberöd is a bimunicipal locality situated in Eslöv Municipality and Höör Municipality in Skåne County, Sweden with 1,127 inhabitants in 2010. Show Löberödon the map
BrösarpBrösarp is a locality situated in Tomelilla Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden near the Hallamölla waterfall, with 680 inhabitants in 2010. Show Brösarpon the map
RörsjöstadenRörsjöstaden (Pipelake Town) is a neighbourhood of Malmö, situated in the Borough of Centrum, Malmö Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden. Show Rörsjöstadenon the map
Gamla StadenGamla staden (\"Old town\") is a neighbourhood of Malmö, situated in the Borough of Centrum, Malmö Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden. Show Gamla Stadenon the map
AndrarumAndrarum is a locality situated in Tomelilla Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden. In Andrarum is situated the Christinehof castle.. \n* Christinehof \n* Andrarum Church \n* \n* Show Andrarumon the map
RibersborgRibersborg is a neighbourhood of Malmö, situated in the Borough of Västra Innerstaden, Malmö Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden. Show Ribersborgon the map
KattarpKattarp is a locality situated in Helsingborg Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with a population of 688 inhabitants in 2010. Show Kattarpon the map
SödervärnSödervärn is a neighbourhood of Malmö, situated in the Borough of Södra Innerstaden, Malmö Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden. Show Södervärnon the map
KlagshamnKlagshamn is a neighbourhood of Malmö, situated in the Borough of Limhamn-Bunkeflo, Malmö Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden. Show Klagshamnon the map
ÖrkelljungaÖrkelljunga is a locality and the seat of Örkelljunga Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 4,818 inhabitants in 2010. Show Örkelljungaon the map
ÄngelholmÄngelholm is a locality and the seat of Ängelholm Municipality in Skåne County, Sweden with 39,612 inhabitants in 2010. Show Ängelholmon the map
Södra SallerupSödra Sallerup is a neighbourhood of Malmö, situated in the Borough of Husie, Malmö Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden. Show Södra Sallerupon the map
HässleholmHässleholm is a locality and the seat of Hässleholm Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 18,500 inhabitants in 2010. Show Hässleholmon the map
TomelillaTomelilla is a locality and the seat of Tomelilla Municipality in Skåne County, Sweden with 6,444 inhabitants in 2010. Show Tomelillaon the map
Östra SönnarslövÖstra Sönnarslöv is a locality situated in Kristianstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 2 inhabitants in 2010. Show Östra Sönnarslövon the map
Gärds KöpingeGärds Köpinge is a locality situated in Kristianstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 936 inhabitants in 2010. Show Gärds Köpingeon the map
Stanstorp och OrmanäsOrmanäs och Stanstorp is a locality situated in Höör Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 438 inhabitants in 2010. Show Stanstorp och Ormanäson the map
Gessie VillastadGessie villastad is a locality situated in Vellinge Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 497 inhabitants in 2010. Show Gessie Villastadon the map
EdenrydEdenryd is a village in Bromölla Municipality in Skåne, Sweden. Singer Sanna Nielsen was born and raised in Edenryd. Show Edenrydon the map
Västra IngelstadVästra Ingelstad is a locality situated in Vellinge Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 721 inhabitants in 2010. Show Västra Ingelstadon the map
Västra TommarpVästra Tommarp is a locality situated in Trelleborg Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 214 inhabitants in 2010. Show Västra Tommarpon the map
Norra ÅsumNorra Åsum is a locality situated in Kristianstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,264 inhabitants in 2010. Show Norra Åsumon the map
Munka-LjungbyMunka-Ljungby is a locality situated in Ängelholm Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 2,840 inhabitants in 2010. Show Munka-Ljungbyon the map
StrövelstorpStrövelstorp is a locality situated in Ängelholm Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,087 inhabitants in 2010. Show Strövelstorpon the map
KnislingeKnislinge is a locality situated in Östra Göinge Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 3,030 inhabitants in 2010. Show Knislingeon the map
BrobyBroby is a locality and the seat of Östra Göinge Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 2,920 inhabitants in 2010. Show Brobyon the map
VirentoftaVirentofta is a neighbourhood of Malmö, situated in the Borough of Husie, Malmö Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden. Show Virentoftaon the map
FjälkingeFjälkinge is a locality situated in Kristianstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,690 inhabitants in 2010. Show Fjälkingeon the map
Östra TommarpÖstra Tommarp is a locality situated in Simrishamn Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 284 inhabitants in 2010. Show Östra Tommarpon the map
HammarslundHammarslund is a locality situated in Kristianstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 461 inhabitants in 2010. Show Hammarslundon the map
Norra VramNorra Vram is a village in Bjuv Municipality in southern Sweden. The 1933 Swedish Summer Grand Prix was held there. Show Norra Vramon the map
RisebergaRiseberga is a neighbourhood of Malmö, situated in the Borough of Husie, Malmö Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden. Show Risebergaon the map
AsmundtorpAsmundtorp is a locality situated in Landskrona Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,562 inhabitants in 2010. Show Asmundtorpon the map
BarsebäckshamnBarsebäckshamn is a locality situated in Kävlinge Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 438 inhabitants in 2010. Show Barsebäckshamnon the map
SkepparkrokenSkepparkroken is a locality situated in Ängelholm Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 743 inhabitants in 2010. Show Skepparkrokenon the map
SibbhultSibbhult is a locality situated in Östra Göinge Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,364 inhabitants in 2010. Show Sibbhulton the map
ArkelstorpArkelstorp is a locality situated in Kristianstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 768 inhabitants in 2010. Show Arkelstorpon the map
HanaskogHanaskog is a locality situated in Östra Göinge Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,251 inhabitants in 2010. Show Hanaskogon the map
ÖnnestadÖnnestad is a locality situated in Kristianstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,378 inhabitants in 2010. Show Önnestadon the map
TormestorpTormestorp is a locality situated in Hässleholm Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,050 inhabitants in 2010. Show Tormestorpon the map
GlimåkraGlimåkra is a locality situated in Östra Göinge Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,383 inhabitants in 2010. Show Glimåkraon the map
SvedalaSvedala is a locality and the seat of Svedala Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 10,627 inhabitants in 2010. Show Svedalaon the map
MargretetorpMargretetorp is a locality situated in Ängelholm Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 214 inhabitants in 2010. Show Margretetorpon the map
Västra KlagstorpVästra Klagstorp is a locality situated in Malmö Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 279 inhabitants in 2010. Show Västra Klagstorpon the map
Västra KarabyVästra Karaby is a locality situated in Kävlinge Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 229 inhabitants in 2010. Show Västra Karabyon the map
ÖsterslövÖsterslöv is a locality situated in Kristianstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 414 inhabitants in 2010. Show Österslövon the map
BallingslövBallingslöv is a locality situated in Hässleholm Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 310 inhabitants in 2010. Show Ballingslövon the map
Östra GrevieÖstra Grevie is a locality situated in Vellinge Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 598 inhabitants in 2010. Show Östra Grevieon the map
OvesholmOvesholm is a locality situated in Kristianstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 299 inhabitants in 2010. Show Ovesholmon the map
GantoftaGantofta is a locality situated in Helsingborg Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1587 inhabitants in 2011. Show Gantoftaon the map
BaskemöllaBaskemölla is a locality situated in Simrishamn Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 238 inhabitants in 2005. Tjörnedala - an exhibition space with frequent art shows, and a small cafe. There is also a nature trail behind this farm house, leading down to the water. Every Midsummer Day, there is a folk dance celebration on the hill behind the farm house.< Accomodation - there is a 'Vandrarhem' (a type of youth hostel) neighboring Tjörnedala Show Baskemöllaon the map
BårslövBårslöv is a locality situated in Helsingborg Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 2,682 inhabitants in 2010. Show Bårslövon the map
HammarHammar is a locality situated in Kristianstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 2,057 inhabitants in 2010. Show Hammaron the map
HästvedaHästveda is a locality situated in Hässleholm Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,623 inhabitants in 2010. Show Hästvedaon the map
Östra LjungbyÖstra Ljungby is a locality situated in Klippan Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 935 inhabitants in 2010. Show Östra Ljungbyon the map
UtvälingeUtvälinge is a locality situated in Helsingborg Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 227 inhabitants in 2010. Show Utvälingeon the map
KvarnbyKvarnby is a neighbourhood of Malmö, situated in the Borough of Husie, Malmö Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden. Show Kvarnbyon the map
LinderödLinderöd is a locality situated in Kristianstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 404 inhabitants in 2010. Show Linderödon the map
LjungbyhedLjungbyhed is a locality situated in Klippan Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden, with 2,046 inhabitants in 2010. Show Ljungbyhedon the map
TorsebroTorsebro is a locality situated in Kristianstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 270 inhabitants in 2010. Show Torsebroon the map
Klippans BrukKlippans bruk is a locality situated in Klippan Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 314 inhabitants in 2010. Show Klippans Brukon the map
Stora HerrestadStora Herrestad is a locality situated in Ystad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 293 inhabitants in 2010. Show Stora Herrestadon the map
HittarpHittarp is a locality situated in Helsingborg Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 4,075 inhabitants in 2010. Show Hittarpon the map
GullvikGullvik is a neighbourhood of Malmö, situated in the Borough of Fosie, Malmö Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden. Show Gullvikon the map
HindbyHindby is a neighbourhood of Malmö, situated in the Borough of Fosie, Malmö Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden. Show Hindbyon the map
SösdalaSösdala is a locality situated in Hässleholm Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,811 inhabitants in 2010. Show Sösdalaon the map
HasslarpHasslarp is a locality situated in Helsingborg Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 474 inhabitants in 2010. Show Hasslarpon the map
HjärsåsHjärsås is a locality situated in Östra Göinge Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 229 inhabitants in 2010. Show Hjärsåson the map
SkegrieSkegrie is a locality situated in Trelleborg Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,106 inhabitants in 2010. Show Skegrieon the map
SjörrödSjörröd is a locality situated in Hässleholm Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,077 inhabitants in 2010. Show Sjörrödon the map
KlagstorpKlagstorp is a locality situated in Trelleborg Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 323 inhabitants in 2010. Show Klagstorpon the map
MörarpMörarp is a locality situated in Helsingborg Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,893 inhabitants in 2010. Show Mörarpon the map
VallåkraVallåkra is a locality situated in Helsingborg Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 642 inhabitants in 2010. Show Vallåkraon the map
VittsjöVittsjö is a locality situated in Hässleholm Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,665 inhabitants in 2010. Show Vittsjöon the map
GärsnäsGärsnäs is a locality situated in Simrishamn Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,000 inhabitants in 2010. Show Gärsnäson the map
BjärnumBjärnum is a locality situated in Hässleholm Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 2,674 inhabitants in 2010. Show Bjärnumon the map
ÅsljungaÅsljunga is a locality situated in Örkelljunga Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 659 inhabitants in 2010. Show Åsljungaon the map
BalsbyBalsby is a locality situated in Kristianstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 430 inhabitants in 2010. Show Balsbyon the map
SandskogenSandskogen is a locality situated in Kävlinge Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 621 inhabitants in 2010. Show Sandskogenon the map
BjärsjölagårdBjärsjölagård is a locality situated in Sjöbo Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 324 inhabitants in 2010. Show Bjärsjölagårdon the map
AllerumAllerum is a locality situated in Helsingborg Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 716 inhabitants in 2010. Show Allerumon the map
FurulundFurulund is a locality situated in Kävlinge Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 4,180 inhabitants in 2010. Show Furulundon the map
DomstenDomsten is a locality situated in Helsingborg Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 617 inhabitants in 2010. Show Domstenon the map
PåarpPåarp is a locality situated in Helsingborg Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 2,789 inhabitants in 2010. Show Påarpon the map
SkurupSkurup is a locality and the seat of Skurup Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 7,565 inhabitants in 2010. Show Skurupon the map
BåstadBåstad is a locality and the seat of Båstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 4,961 inhabitants in 2010. Show Båstadon the map
SjöboSjöbo is a locality and the seat of Sjöbo Municipality in Skåne County, Sweden with 6,724 inhabitants in 2010. Show Sjöboon the map
LudvigsborgLudvigsborg is a locality situated in Hörby Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,041 inhabitants in 2010. Show Ludvigsborgon the map
ImmelnImmeln is a locality situated in Östra Göinge Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 278 inhabitants in 2010. Show Immelnon the map
GlemmingeGlemmingebro is a locality situated in Ystad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden, with 376 inhabitants in 2010. Show Glemmingeon the map
IngelsträdeIngelsträde is a locality situated in Höganäs Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 241 inhabitants in 2010. Show Ingelsträdeon the map
HjärnarpHjärnarp is a locality situated in Ängelholm Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 975 inhabitants in 2010. Show Hjärnarpon the map
HärslövHärslöv is a locality situated in Landskrona Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 382 inhabitants in 2010. Show Härslövon the map
KvärlövKvärlöv is a locality situated in Landskrona Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 226 inhabitants in 2010. Show Kvärlövon the map
StockamöllanStockamöllan is a locality situated in Eslöv Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 300 inhabitants in 2010. Show Stockamöllanon the map
VinnöVinnö is a locality situated in Kristianstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 536 inhabitants in 2010. Show Vinnöon the map
KöpingebroKöpingebro is a locality situated in Ystad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,134 inhabitants in 2010. Show Köpingebroon the map
LommaLomma is a locality and the seat of Lomma Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 10,837 inhabitants in 2010. Lomma is a coastal settlement that lies directly west of Lund and north of Malmö. Show Lommaon the map
VankivaVankiva is a locality situated in Hässleholm Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 340 inhabitants in 2010. Show Vankivaon the map
Östra KarupÖstra Karup is a locality situated in Båstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 594 inhabitants in 2010. Show Östra Karupon the map
KurlandKurland is a locality situated in Trelleborg Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 507 inhabitants in 2010. Show Kurlandon the map
ÖstanåÖstanå is a village situated in Östra Göinge Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 221 inhabitants in 2005. Show Östanåon the map
BorrbyBorrby is a locality situated in Simrishamn Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 930 inhabitants in 2010. Show Borrbyon the map
BillesholmBillesholm is a locality situated in Bjuv Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 2,910 inhabitants in 2010. Show Billesholmon the map
BillebergaBilleberga is a locality situated in Svalöv Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 987 inhabitants in 2010. Show Billebergaon the map
AlstadAlstad is a locality situated in Trelleborg Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 237 inhabitants in 2010. Show Alstadon the map
DösjebroDösjebro is a locality situated in Kävlinge Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 858 inhabitants in 2010. Show Dösjebroon the map
VibyViby is a locality situated in Kristianstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 991 inhabitants in 2010. Show Vibyon the map
SimrisSimris is a locality situated in Simrishamn Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 211 inhabitants in 2010. Show Simrison the map
RydsgårdRydsgård is a locality situated in Skurup Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,361 inhabitants in 2010. Show Rydsgårdon the map
VitabyVitaby is a locality situated in Simrishamn Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 278 inhabitants in 2010. Show Vitabyon the map
MarieholmMarieholm is a locality situated in Eslöv Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,598 inhabitants in 2010. Show Marieholmon the map
HörbyHörby is a locality and the seat of Hörby Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 7,085 inhabitants in 2010. Show Hörbyon the map
StobyStoby is a locality situated in Hässleholm Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 745 inhabitants in 2010. Show Stobyon the map
NäsumNäsum is a locality situated in Bromölla Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,117 inhabitants in 2010. Show Näsumon the map
StidsvigStidsvig is a locality situated in Klippan Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 754 inhabitants in 2010. Show Stidsvigon the map
TygelsjöTygelsjö is a locality situated in Malmö Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 2,710 inhabitants in 2010. Show Tygelsjöon the map
FörslövFörslöv is a locality situated in Båstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 2,085 inhabitants in 2010. Show Förslövon the map
Norra RörumNorra Rörum is a locality situated in Höör Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 204 inhabitants in 2010. Show Norra Rörumon the map
SkivarpSkivarp is a locality situated in Skurup Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,257 inhabitants in 2010. Show Skivarpon the map
EketEket is a locality situated in Örkelljunga Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 409 inhabitants in 2010. Show Eketon the map
BlentarpBlentarp is a locality situated in Sjöbo Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,216 inhabitants in 2010. Show Blentarpon the map
MjöhultMjöhult is a locality situated in Höganäs Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 292 inhabitants in 2010. Show Mjöhulton the map
RökeRöke is a locality situated in Hässleholm Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 219 inhabitants in 2010. Show Rökeon the map
GualövGualöv is a locality situated in Bromölla Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 530 inhabitants in 2010. Show Gualövon the map
HolmejaHolmeja is a locality situated in Svedala Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 239 inhabitants in 2010. Show Holmejaon the map
VästanåVästanå is a village situated in Bromölla Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 130 inhabitants in 2005. Show Västanåon the map
MalaMala is a locality situated in Hässleholm Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 217 inhabitants in 2010. Show Malaon the map
KungshultKungshult is a locality situated in Eslöv Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 354 inhabitants in 2010. Show Kungshulton the map
HedeskogaHedeskoga is a locality situated in Ystad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 282 inhabitants in 2010. Show Hedeskogaon the map
SätoftaSätofta is a locality situated in Höör Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,348 inhabitants in 2010. Show Sätoftaon the map
VikVik is a locality situated in Simrishamn Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 319 inhabitants in 2010. It is the birthplace of the winner of the 1903 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, Svante Arrhenius, known for creating a mathematical model for the greenhouse effect, for the Arrhenius equation, and for Arrhenius acids/bases. Show Vikon the map
StångbyStångby is a locality situated in Lund Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,218 inhabitants in 2010. Show Stångbyon the map
StehagStehag is a locality situated in Eslöv Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,122 inhabitants in 2010. Show Stehagon the map
HöjaHöja is a locality situated in Ängelholm Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 202 inhabitants in 2010. Show Höjaon the map
HögestadHögestad Castle (Swedish: Högestads slott) is a castle in Ystad Municipality, Scania, in southern Sweden. Show Högestadon the map
LövestadLövestad is a locality situated in Sjöbo Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 643 inhabitants in 2010. Show Lövestadon the map
OsbyholmOsbyholm is a locality situated in Hörby Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 269 inhabitants in 2010. Show Osbyholmon the map
KillebergKilleberg is a locality situated in Osby Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 585 inhabitants in 2010. Show Killebergon the map
BillingeBillinge is a locality situated in Eslöv Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 415 inhabitants in 2010. Show Billingeon the map
Bara Show Baraon the map
AbbekåsAbbekås is a locality situated in Skurup Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 729 inhabitants in 2010. Show Abbekåson the map
GrevieGrevie is a locality situated in Båstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 788 inhabitants in 2010. Show Grevieon the map
ÄsperödÄsperöd is a locality situated in Sjöbo Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 222 inhabitants in 2010. Show Äsperödon the map
ÖrtoftaÖrtofta is a locality situated in Eslöv Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 202 inhabitants in 2010. Show Örtoftaon the map
HarlösaHarlösa is a locality situated in Eslöv Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 763 inhabitants in 2010. Show Harlösaon the map
FlyingebyFlyinge is a locality situated in Eslöv Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 994 inhabitants in 2010. Show Flyingebyon the map
ÖstrabyÖstraby is a locality situated in Hörby Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 200 inhabitants in 2010. Show Östrabyon the map
VintrieVintrie is a locality situated in Malmö Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 670 inhabitants in 2010. Show Vintrieon the map
TjörnarpTjörnarp is a locality situated in Höör Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 731 inhabitants in 2010. Show Tjörnarpon the map
VollsjöVollsjö is a locality situated in Sjöbo Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 836 inhabitants in 2010. Show Vollsjöon the map
LöderupLöderup is a locality situated in Ystad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 550 inhabitants in 2010. Show Löderupon the map
KrikaKrika is a village situated in Klippan Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 208 inhabitants in 2005. Show Krikaon the map
SvarteSvarte is a locality situated in Ystad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 902 inhabitants in 2010. Show Svarteon the map
FlädieFlädie is a locality situated in Lomma Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 251 inhabitants in 2010. Show Flädieon the map
SövdeSövde is a locality situated in Sjöbo Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 291 inhabitants in 2010. Show Sövdeon the map
HurvaHurva is a locality situated in Eslöv Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 350 inhabitants in 2010. Show Hurvaon the map
IdalaIdala is a locality situated in Lund Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 738 inhabitants in 2010. Show Idalaon the map
BollerupBollerup (Swedish: Bollerup borg) is a castle in Tomelilla Municipality, Scania, in southern Sweden. Show Bollerupon the map
BulltoftaBulltofta is a neighbourhood of Malmö, Sweden. It contains the defunct Malmö Bulltofta Airport. Show Bulltoftaon the map
GlostorpGlostorp is a neighbourhood of the Borough of Oxie, Malmö Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden. Show Glostorpon the map
KäglingeKäglinge is a neighbourhood of the Borough of Oxie, Malmö Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden. Show Käglingeon the map
LockarpLockarp is a neighbourhood of the Borough of Oxie, Malmö Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden. Show Lockarpon the map
Östra VemmerlövÖstra Vemmerlöv is a locality situated in Simrishamn Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden \n* Church of Östra Vemmerlöv Show Östra Vemmerlövon the map
AnnelövAnnelöv is a locality situated in Landskrona Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden. Show Annelövon the map
FinjaFinja is a locality situated in Hässleholm Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 535 inhabitants in 2010. Show Finjaon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Skane
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ÅhusÅhus is the second largest locality in Kristianstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 9,423 inhabitants in 2010, but the number triples during the summer due to tourists who come seeking the beaches and nature of the Helgeå and Hanöbukten area. Åhus is also famous for hosting one of the largest beach handball tournaments in the world with approximately 20,000 participants. In 2011, in the village of Rinkaby near Åhus, the World Scout Meeting also known as the Jamboree was held.Show on map
Höganäs KommunHöganäs Municipality (Höganäs kommun) is one of 290 municipalities of Sweden, in Skåne County in the southern part of the country. Its seat is located in the city of Höganäs. The rural municipality Höganäs, in which the first municipalsamhälle (a kind of borough managing matters of urban character) of Sweden had been established in 1875,received the title of a city in 1936. In 1967 it was merged with Väsby. The present municipality was created with the reform in 1971 when the city was amalgamated with Brunnby and Jonstorp.Show on map
BäckaskogBäckaskog is a locality situated in Kristianstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden, between Ivö Lake and Oppmanna Lake, with 293 inhabitants in 2010. The village has developed around the castle and the Premonstratensian monastery. The monastery was constructed in the early 14th century and after the destruction of the monastery in Vä, the monks from there were moved to Bäckaskog. Allegedly (Nordisk Familjebok) the name refers to the Swedish words for stream - bäck and forest - skog in that the place held them both.Show on map
Eslövs KommunEslöv Municipality (Eslövs kommun) is one of 290 municipalities of Sweden, situated in Skåne County in southern Sweden. Its seat is located in the city of Eslöv. The present municipality was created in 1971, when the former City of Eslöv was amalgamated with a number of surrounding municipalities, most of them created by the earlier nationwide local government reform in 1952.Show on map
Hässleholms KommunHässleholm Municipality (Hässleholms kommun) is a municipality in Skåne County in southern Sweden. Its seat is located in the city Hässleholm. The present municipality was created in 1974 when the former City of Hässleholm (itself incorporated in 1914) was amalgamated with seven surrounding municipalities. Back in 1863 there were twenty-nine local government units (all rural) in the area.Show on map
HelsingborgHelsingborg Municipality (Helsingborgs kommun) is a municipality in Skåne County in Sweden. Its seat is located in the city of Helsingborg, which is Sweden's eighth largest city. The municipality had a population of 132,011 on January 1, 2013, and the population is increasing with roughly 1500 people annually.Show on map
Örkelljunga KommunÖrkelljunga Municipality (Örkelljunga kommun) is a municipality in Skåne County in southern Sweden. Its seat is located in the town Örkelljunga. The present municipality was formed in 1971 through the amalgamation of \"old\" Örkelljunga with Skånes-Fagerhult Geographically Örkelljunga Municipality is situated in north-western Scania on the border to the provinces Halland and Småland. These parts of Scania are notable for a varied terrain of leaf woods, farming areas and small lakes. Within the municipal borders is also a renowned golf course.Show on map
Svalövs KommunSvalöv Municipality (Svalövs kommun) is a municipality in Skåne County in southern Sweden. Its seat is located in the town Svalöv. The local government reform of 1952 grouped the 15 original entities into six larger municipalities. In two steps, 1969 and 1971 they were amalgamated to form the present municipality. The most common housing category is one-family houses. There are local pågatåg trains connecting Teckomatorp, in the south of the municipality, with Malmö, Lund and Helsingborg. To get to the town of Svalöv, one can take a bus (approximately 15 minutes) from Teckomatorp.Show on map
MalmöMalmö Municipality (Swedish: Malmö kommun [²malːmøː kɔˈmuːn]), or City of Malmö (Malmö stad [²malːmøː ˈstɑːd]), is a municipality in Skåne County in Sweden. When the first Swedish local government acts were implemented in 1863, the Old City of Malmö was made one of the country's 88 city municipalities and the first city council was elected. The municipal territory has been augmented through mergers in 1911, 1915, 1931, 1935, 1952, 1967 and finally in 1971.Show on map
Lunds KommunLund Municipality (Lunds kommun) is a municipality in Skåne County, southern Sweden. Its seat is located in the city of Lund. As most municipalities in Sweden, the territory of Lund Municipality consists of a lot of former local government units, united in a series of amalgamations. The number of original entities (as of 1863) is 22. At the time of the nationwide municipal reform of 1952 the number had been reduced to six. In 1967 the rural municipality Torn (itself created in 1952 was added to Lund. The City of Lund was made a unitary municipality in 1971 and amalgamated with Dalby, Genarp, Södra Sandby and Veberöd in 1974 completing the process.Show on map
Kristianstads kommunKristianstad Municipality (Kristianstads kommun) is a municipality in Skåne County in southernmost Sweden. Its seat is located in the city Kristianstad. The present municipality was created in three steps during the last nationwide local government reform, and it has the largest area of the municipalities of Skåne County. In 1967 a number of rural municipalities were merged into the City of Kristianstad. In 1971 more former units were added and the city became a unitary municipality. Finally in 1974, the last amalgamations took place, and the municipality reached its present size. The number of original entities (as of 1863) is 35.Show on map
HöllvikenHöllviken is a locality situated in Vellinge Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 10,607 inhabitants in 2010. It is located close to both Malmö and the Øresund Bridge which connects Sweden and Denmark. The town is a popular summer vacation spot for northern Europeans, who are attracted to its sand beaches and the historical sites which date back to the time of the Vikings. The peninsula on which the town is situated is unique because it is surrounded by two different seas: Öresund and The Baltic Sea. The following sports clubs are located in Höllviken: \n* FC HöllvikenShow on map
Vellinge KommunVellinge Municipality (Vellinge kommun) is a municipality in Skåne County in southern Sweden. Its seat is located in Vellinge. The present municipality is a result of the latest local government reform in Sweden. In 1974 the municipalities of Räng, Vellinge and Månstorp (all three created through amalgamation of even smaller units in 1952) amalgamated with the former Town of Skanör med Falsterbo to form a new Vellinge Municipality.Show on map
Staffanstorps KommunStaffanstorp Municipality (Staffanstorps kommun) is a municipality in Skåne County, southern Sweden. Its seat is located in the town Staffanstorp. The municipality was formed by the local government reform of 1952, when 12 original units, created out of parishes in 1863, were amalgamated. The next reform in 1971 did not affect the size of this municipality.Show on map
VikenViken is a bimunicipal locality situated in Höganäs Municipality and Helsingborg Municipality in Skåne County, Sweden with 4,227 inhabitants in 2010. It has a surface area of 224 hectares. 223 of these are in the Höganäs municipality. Well known for its harbour, the village has a long history of seafaring and fishing. It is also known for the distinctive, mostly yellow, seaside cabins lining its public beach. The creator of the Swedish comic character Bamse lived and died in Viken.Show on map
Ängelholms KommunÄngelholm Municipality (Ängelholms kommun) is a municipality in Skåne County in southern Sweden. Its seat is located in the city Ängelholm. In 1971 the City of Ängelholm was amalgamated with the rural municipalities Ausås, Barkåkra, Hjärnarp and Munka-Ljungby, thus creating a municipality of unitary type. In 1974 a parish from the dissolved municipality Östra Ljungby was added. Ängelholm was until recently the home of a major airforce base. The base is now closed down and the premises taken over by the supercar manufacturer Koenigsegg.Show on map
KivikKivik is a locality situated in Simrishamn Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 960 inhabitants in 2010. It is located in a part of Scania (Skåne) called Österlen. Kivik is known for its annual market, usually taking place on the third Monday through Wednesday of July each year. It's also known for its abundant production of herring, apples and apple cider, usually sold in large quantities at the market. Historically, Kivik is also home to a bronze-age tomb - the 3,000-year-old \"King's Grave\". It is the largest circular burial site in Sweden, measuring 75 metres in diameter.Show on map
DalbyDalby is a locality and short-lived (11th century) former Latin Catholic diocese situated in Lund Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 5,708 inhabitants in 2010. It is located about 10 km east-south-east of Lund, and about 20 km east-north-east of Malmö. Dalby was a municipality up until 1974, when it became part of Lund municipality. Between 1941 and 1954, Dalby was also a municipal urban area The Dalby Söderskog national park is situated just north-west of Dalby.Show on map
YstadYstad (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈyːsta]) is a town, and the seat of Ystad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden, with 18,350 inhabitants in 2010. The settlement dates back to the 11th century and the town has become a busy ferryport, local administrative centre and tourist attraction. It is associated with the fictional detective Kurt Wallander whose stories, by Henning Mankell, are set primarily in Ystad and nearby communities.Show on map
HofterupHofterup is a locality situated in Kävlinge Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 3,501 inhabitants in 2010. Hofterup is known for: Hofterupsdösen, a stone chamber tomb from the Neolithic (stone age)Hofterup church, one of the oldest churches in Scandinavia Järavallen Nature Reserve, one of Skåne's largest public recreation areasIts many horse farms and swimming pools (Northern Europe's most dense pool area according unconfirmed reports)Barsebäck Golf & Country Club - regarded as one of the top golf courses in Europe. The 2003 Solheim Cup was hosted here, as well as several Scandinavian Masters tournaments.Show on map
Skåne länSkåne County (Swedish: Skåne län), sometimes referred to as \"Scania County\" in English, is the southernmost county or län, of Sweden, basically corresponding to the traditional province Skåne. It borders the counties of Halland, Kronoberg and Blekinge. The seat of residence for the Skåne Governor is the town of Malmö. The headquarters of Skåne Regional Council is the town of Kristianstad.Show on map
Burlövs KommunBurlöv Municipality (Burlövs kommun) is a municipality in Skåne County in southern Sweden, just north of Malmö. Its seat is located in Arlöv, a community which for geographical and statistical purposes is seen as a part of Malmö (Malmö tätort). The municipality is one of only a few in Sweden, and the only one in Scania, which still contains only the original municipal entity created from the old parish in 1863 (cf history of municipalities in Sweden) and has not been amalgamated. It is the second smallest municipality by area in the country (after Sundbyberg Municipality).Show on map
Simrishamns kommunSimrishamn Municipality (Simrishamns kommun) is a municipality in Skåne County in southern Sweden. Its seat is located in the city Simrishamn. The creation of the present municipality took place during the last of the two nationwide municipal reforms carried out in Sweden during the second half of the 20th century. In 1969 a number of surrounding rural municipalities were merged with the City of Simrishamn. The enlarged city became a municipality of unitary type in 1971 and in 1974 more territory was added. The number of original entities (pre-1952) is twenty.Show on map
Svedala KommunSvedala Municipality (Svedala kommun) is a municipality in Skåne County in southern Sweden, just southeast of Malmö. Its seat is located in the town of Svedala. The present municipality is the result of a series of amalgamations, carried out in 1952, 1967, 1974 and 1977. Svedala was last municipality to be completed during the local government reform of the 1970s. There had been considerations of adding the whole or parts of the territory to Malmö Municipality. There exists a city partnership between Svedala Municipality and Bergen auf Rügen, Germany.Show on map
LandskronaLandskrona Municipality (Landskrona kommun) is a municipality in Skåne County in Sweden. Its seat is located in the city of Landskrona. The island of Ven was added to the City of Landskrona in 1959. The amalgamations leading to the present municipality took place in 1967, 1969 and 1974. Since 1971 it is a municipality of unitary type, like all other municipalities of Sweden. The municipality, however, prefers to style itself Landskrona stad (City of Landskrona). This is purely nominal and has no effect on the status of the municipality.Show on map
SimrishamnSimrishamn is a locality and the seat of Simrishamn Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 6,527 inhabitants in 2010. Simrishamn is, despite its small population, for historical reasons normally still referred to as a city. Simrishamn is a picturesque coastal town, built around the main street (Storgatan), that passes the market square, itself being the centre of the town. The climate of Simrishamn is mild, because it is warmed by the Gulf Stream, and the hardiness zone of Simrishamn is 8a and this is comparable to Paris, France.Show on map
SmedstorpSmedstorp is a locality situated in Tomelilla Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden. Located 15 km west of the town of Simrishamn, Smedstorp is a small village with 363 inhabitants in 2010. On 1 January 2002 the current parish of Smedstorp was formed from the amalgamation of six small parishes Kverrestad, Smedstorp, Östra Ingelstad, Bollerup, Tosterup and Övraby. So, the parish of Smedstorp extends beyond the village itself to the surrounding farms and hamlets. Smedstorp is also a postal district covering and even larger area.Show on map
BjuvBjuv is a locality and the seat of Bjuv Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 6,832 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
Trelleborgs KommunTrelleborg Municipality (Trelleborgs kommun) is the southernmost municipality of Sweden, in Skåne County. Its seat is located in the city Trelleborg. The present municipality was created in 1967 through the amalgamation of the City of Trelleborg with five rural municipalities. It consists of over thirty original local government units. The municipality boasts 35 kilometers of predominantly sandy beach in the south, beech woods to the north, and in between one of the most fertile soils in the world.Show on map
HöganäsHöganäs is a locality and the seat of Höganäs Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 14,107 inhabitants in 2010. Höganäs is nationally known for its ceramics industry, Höganäs Keramik. Höganäs Keramik is part of Iittala Group. Höganäs has the main office of Höganäs AB, one of the world's biggest iron powder manufacturer with subsidiaries around the world. The Höganäs AB company was founded by Count Eric Ruuth in 1797 which makes it one of Sweden's oldest companies.Show on map
GenarpGenarp is a locality situated in Lund Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 2,892 inhabitants in 2010. It is the southernmost urban area in Lund Municipality, located in Bara Hundred. Most of Genarp consists of residential areas with single-family homes. Genarp Church, which is located in the village, is the only church built in Skåne during the 16th century. Björnstorp Castle, Toppeladugård Castle and Häckeberga Castle are all located close to Genarp.Show on map
Östra Göinge KommunÖstra Göinge Municipality (Östra Göinge kommun) is a municipality in Skåne County in southern Sweden. Its seat is located in Broby. The present municipality was formed in 1974 when the former municipalities of Broby, Glimåkra, Hjärsås and Knislinge were amalgamated. There are 8 smaller population centers (urban areas) in the municipality, where approximately 80 percent of the population lives, surrounded by sparsely populated rural areas.Show on map
BjärredBjärred (Swedish: [²bjærːɛd]) is a coastal locality situated in Lomma Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden. It is situated about 20 km north of Malmö, 10 km west of Lund and 5 km north of Lomma village.With 9,542 inhabitants in 2010, it is the second largest locality in Lomma Municipality and accounts for around 44% of its inhabitants. Bjärred largely serves as a suburb of Malmö and Lund. Among the sights in the town is the open-air swimming-baths, situated 500 meters out on the jetty Långa bryggan.Show on map
Klippans KommunKlippan Municipality (Klippans kommun) is a municipality in Skåne County in southern Sweden. Its seat is located in the town of Klippan. The municipality was created in 1974 through the amalgamation of the market town Klippan (itself instituted in 1945) with the rural municipality of Riseberga and part of Östra Ljungby. Söderåsen National Park is partly situated within the municipality.Show on map
Perstorps KommunPerstorp Municipality (Perstorps kommun) is a municipality in Skåne County in southern Sweden. Its seat is located in the town Perstorp. Perstorp was made a market town (köping) in 1947. It was amalgamated with Oderljunga in the first of the two nationwide local government reforms (1952). The reform of 1971 did not bring any new amalgamations, but the köping status was abolished.Show on map
Lomma KommunLomma Municipality (Lomma kommun) is a municipality in Skåne County in southern Sweden, about 10 km north of Malmö. Its seat is located in Lomma. The present municipality was created through the amalgamation of the market town Lomma and the rural municipality Flädie. It took place in 1963, between the two nationwide local government reforms of 1952 and 1971.Show on map
TorekovTorekov is a locality situated in Båstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 863 inhabitants in 2010. It is still a fishing village but it is today known as a summer resort. In August, 1971 Torekov hosted a meeting in which it was decided to strip the king of all but his symbolic formal political powers, known as the \"Torekov Compromise\".Show on map
Osby kommunOsby Municipality (Osby kommun) is a municipality in Skåne County in Sweden. Its seat is located in the town of Osby. The amalgamation during the 1970s' local government reform took place in the area on January 1, 1974, when the former market town Osby (itself instituted as such in 1937) was merged with three adjacent rural municipalities.Show on map
Sjöbo KommunSjöbo Municipality (Sjöbo kommun) is a municipality in Skåne County in southern Sweden. Its seat is located in the town Sjöbo. The present municipality was created in 1974 when the former market town (köping) Sjöbo was amalgamated with the surrounding rural municipalities. There are fifteen original entities within today's municipality.Show on map
Höörs KommunHöör Municipality (Höörs kommun) is a municipality in the central part of Skåne County in southern Sweden. Its seat is located in the town of Höör. The present municipality was formed in 1969 through the merger of \"old\" Höör with the municipalities of Norra Frosta, Snogeröd and Tjörnarp parish from the dissolved Sösdala Municipality.Show on map
Bjuvs KommunBjuv Municipality (Bjuvs kommun) is a municipality in Skåne County in southern Sweden. Its seat is located in the town of Bjuv. The amalgamations connected to the 1971 local government reform in Sweden took place in this area in 1974, when \"old\" Bjuv (a market town (köping) since 1946) was amalgamated with Billesholm and Ekeby.Show on map
Båstads KommunBåstad Municipality (Båstads kommun) is a municipality in Skåne County in southern Sweden. Its seat is located in the town of Båstad. The present municipality was established in 1971 when the market town (köping) Båstad was amalgamated with the surrounding rural municipalities. One parish was transferred from Halland County.Show on map
Bromölla KommunBromölla Municipality (Bromölla kommun) is a municipality in Skåne County in southern Sweden. Its seat is located in the town Bromölla. Bromölla was in 1967 reunited with Ivetofta (from which it had been detached as a market town in 1942). In 1974 Näsum was added and the municipality's present territory was defined.Show on map
Skurups KommunSkurup Municipality (Skurups kommun) is a municipality in Skåne County in southern Sweden. Its seat is located in the town Skurup. It is considered part of Greater Malmö by Statistics Sweden. The present municipality was formed in 1971 when the market town (köping) of Skurup was merged with Rydsgård and Vemmenhög.Show on map
Tomelilla KommunTomelilla Municipality (Tomelilla kommun) is a municipality in Skåne County in southern Sweden. Its seat is located in the town Tomelilla. The municipality was formed through a series of amalgamations taking place in 1952, 1969 and 1971. The number of pre-1952 units making up the present municipality is twenty.Show on map
VinslövVinslöv is a locality situated in Hässleholm Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 3,984 inhabitants in 2010. In 1999, a documentary film portraying some of the town's inhabitants was produced. The documentary was called Plötsligt i Vinslöv (All of a sudden in Vinslöv).Show on map
Åstorps KommunÅstorp Municipality (Åstorps kommun) is a municipality in Skåne County in southern Sweden. Its seat is located in the town of Åstorp. In 1974 \"old\" Åstorp (a market town (köping) since 1946) was amalgamated with Kvidinge to form the present municipality.Show on map
Hörby KommunHörby Municipality (Hörby kommun) is a municipality in the central part of Skåne County in southern Sweden. Its seat is located in the town of Hörby. The present municipality consists of ten original entities merged to each other in 1952, 1969 and 1974.Show on map
Ystads KommunYstad Municipality (Ystads kommun) is a municipality in Skåne County in southern Sweden. Its seat is the town of Ystad. The present municipality was created in 1971 by the amalgamation of the former City of Ystad with four surrounding municipalities.Show on map
TeckomatorpTeckomatorp is a locality situated in Svalöv Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,651 inhabitants in 2010. It has a railway station (local pågatåg trains) on the Malmö - Teckomatorp - Helsingborg railway line.Show on map
EslövEslöv is a town and the seat of Eslöv Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 17,748 inhabitants in 2010. Eslöv is part of the Øresund Region.Show on map
PerstorpPerstorp is a locality and the seat of Perstorp Municipality in Skåne County, Sweden with 5,665 inhabitants in 2010. It is twinned with Newton Aycliffe, a town in the North-East of England.Show on map
AnderslövAnderslöv is a locality situated in Trelleborg Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,808 inhabitants in 2010. Its 12th-century Romanesque church is noted for its old frescos.Show on map
VeberödVeberöd is a locality situated in Lund Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 5,500 inhabitants in 2014. It is near Vombsjön, the lake that supplies the water to Malmö.Show on map
TrelleborgTrelleborg is a locality and the seat of Trelleborg Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden, with 28,290 inhabitants in 2010. It is the southernmost town in Sweden.Show on map
LöberödLöberöd is a bimunicipal locality situated in Eslöv Municipality and Höör Municipality in Skåne County, Sweden with 1,127 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
Kävlinge KommunKävlinge Municipality (Kävlinge kommun) is a municipality in Skåne County in southern Sweden. Its seat is located in the town of Kävlinge.Show on map
KlippanKlippan (literally the Cliff) is a locality and the seat of Klippan Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 8,116 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
ÄngelholmÄngelholm is a locality and the seat of Ängelholm Municipality in Skåne County, Sweden with 39,612 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
HässleholmHässleholm is a locality and the seat of Hässleholm Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 18,500 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
Skånes-FagerhultSkånes-Fagerhult is a locality situated in Örkelljunga Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 856 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
FarstorpFarstorp is a locality village situated in Hässleholm Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 704 inhabitants in 2012.Show on map
StrövelstorpStrövelstorp is a locality situated in Ängelholm Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,087 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
EriksfältEriksfält is a neighbourhood of Malmö, situated in the Borough of Fosie, Malmö Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden.Show on map
VittskövleVittskövle is a locality situated in Kristianstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 235 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
LinderödLinderöd is a locality situated in Kristianstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 404 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
SkurupSkurup is a locality and the seat of Skurup Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 7,565 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
BåstadBåstad is a locality and the seat of Båstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 4,961 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
SjöboSjöbo is a locality and the seat of Sjöbo Municipality in Skåne County, Sweden with 6,724 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
AlstadAlstad is a locality situated in Trelleborg Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 237 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
BlentarpBlentarp is a locality situated in Sjöbo Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,216 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
SkivarpSkivarp is a locality situated in Skurup Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 1,257 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
LövestadLövestad is a locality situated in Sjöbo Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 643 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
LöderupLöderup is a locality situated in Ystad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 550 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
EkebyEkeby is a locality situated in Bjuv Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 3,230 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
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Lund tekniska högskolaLund University (Swedish: Lunds universitet) is one of northern Europe's oldest, largest, and most prestigious universities, consistently ranking among the world's top 100 universities. The university, located in the city of Lund in the province of Scania, Sweden, traces its roots back to 1425, when a Franciscan studium generale was founded in Lund next to the Lund Cathedral (with baccalaureates education started in 1438), making it the oldest institution of higher education in Scandinavia followed by studia generalia in Uppsala in 1477 and Copenhagen in 1479. After Sweden won Scania from Denmark in the 1658 Treaty of Roskilde, the university was founded in 1666 on the location of the old studium generale next to Lund Cathedral.Show on map
Malmö ArenaMalmö Arena is a multi-use indoor arena in Malmö, Sweden, and the home of SHL ice hockey club Malmö Redhawks. It is the largest arena in the SHL, and the second-largest indoor arena in Sweden. Apart from hosting Redhawks hockey matches, the arena is often the venue for team handball, floorball, concerts, and other events. It has also hosted indoor athletics. Owned and operated by Parkfast AB, the arena was designed by Mats Matson of MM Matsson Konsult AB, Hannu Helkiö of Pöyry Architects, and Gert Wingårdh of Wingårdh arkitektkontor. Naming rights for the venue are owned by Malmö Stad, in a ten-year contract, agreed in 2007. Malmö Arena hosted the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 between 14 and 18 May 2013.Show on map
Malmö Central StationMalmö Central Station (Swedish: Malmö centralstation) is a railway station on the Southern Main Line in Malmö, Sweden opened in 1856. It serves approximately 17 million passengers per year, making it the third busiest in Sweden behind Stockholm Central Station and Gothenburg Central Station, if counting all embarking and disemberking train passengers at this station. But by counting all passengers at Helsingborg Central station, including the ferry passengers at the HH Ferry route, this would stir the passenger top list around. Further is Stockholm Central station to become much smaller in the future, as all commuter trains which stop there, no longer will be doing so when a new tunnel under Stockholm is inaugurated around 2020. In general are all figures considering the largest railway stShow on map
MejerietThe venue has a full service bar and restaurant, a cinema, a theatre company, 13 rehearsal rooms (where 50 bands rehearse) and two stages that since the inauguration has hosted concerts with legends such as Miles Davis, Bo Diddley, Bad Religion, Ramones, Primal Scream, Sun Ra, George Clinton, Massive Attack, Dead Prez, Miriam Makeba, The Stone Roses, Iggy Pop, Elvis Costello, Oasis, My Bloody Valentine, Dinosaur Jr. and Sinéad O'Connor. Today, the venue arranges concerts, clubs, cinema viewings, exhibitions and other cultural events.Show on map
Ängelholm UFO-MemorialThe UFO-Memorial Ängelholm is a statue dedicated to a supposed UFO landing in Kronoskogen, a suburb of Ängelholm, Sweden. A few other such memorials exist in Europe (other examples include the memorial for the Robert Taylor incident in Livingston in Scotland and the Emilcin UFO memorial in Emilcin, Poland). Dedicated in 1963, it is situated in a forest clearing at Kronoskogen, which had witnessed numerous \"large-scale test flights\" in that time period. The UFO-Memorial Ängelholm memorialises the landing of a UFO, which is said to have taken place on 18 May 1946 and been seen by the Swedish entrepreneur, founder and owner of Cernelle AB, Gösta Carlsson. The memorial consists of a model of the UFO and the landing traces, and is constructed of concrete.Show on map
Vittskövle KyrkaVittskövle Church (Swedish: Vittskövle kyrka, Danish: Vidskøvle kirke) is a church in Kristianstad Municipality, in Skåne, Sweden. It is part of the Diocese of Lund. The church was originally built during the 12th or 13th century. In the 15th century a chapel was built in the north. The chapel was dedicated to Saint Anne. The vaults were built in the 15th century with mural paintings from the 1480s, showing stories from Genesis. These were later painted over, but again restored in the 20th century. The tower was built in the 16th century. The baptismal font is medieval.Show on map
Kullen fyrThe Kullen Lighthouse (Swedish: Kullens fyr) is an operational lighthouse in Scania, located by the mouth of Öresund, at the point of Kullaberg peninsula, in Höganäs, on the south-west coast of Sweden. Kullen is one of the most prominent landmarks along the Swedish coastline, and with its 1000 Watt electric bulb in a huge lenshouse, also the most powerful lighthouse in Scandinavia, overlooking one of the world's most heavily traveled waters.Show on map
GlimmingehusGlimmingehus, located in Simrishamn Municipality, Scania, in southern Sweden, is the best preserved medieval stronghold in Scandinavia. It was built 1499-1506, during an era when Scania formed a vital part of Denmark, and contains many defensive arrangements of the era, such as parapets, false doors and dead-end corridors, 'murder-holes' for pouring boiling pitch over the attackers, moats, drawbridges and various other forms of death traps to surprise trespassers and protect the nobles against peasant uprisings. The lower part of the castle's stone walls are 2.4 meters (94 inches) thick and the upper part 1.8 meters (71 inches).Show on map
UranienborgUraniborg (Danish: Uranienborg, Swedish: Uraniborg) was a Danish astronomical observatory and alchemical laboratory established and operated by Tycho Brahe. It was built c. 1576 – c. 1580 on Hven, an island in the Øresund between Zealand and Scania, which at that time was part of Denmark. Shortly after its construction, the observatory was expanded with an underground facility, Stjerneborg, on an adjacent site.Show on map
BalderupBalderup is an estate, located on the plateau above Arild village in Höganäs Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden. It is considered as part of the particularly valuable cultural environment on the Kullaberg peninsula. The manor was built by MP John Olsson during the years 1905-1906 and designed by the Danish architect Christopher Varming. The building is constructed of red brick with a hipped tiled roof and architectural details in white limestone. The grounds covered 50 ha, which was achieved through the consolidation of land which was previously Flundarp, Bracke and Eleshult. Olsson erected 11 greenhouses and a park of 5 ha, famous for the extensive rhododendron bushes, rose plants and exotic trees and plants.Show on map
UniversitetshusetThe main building of the Swedish Lund University was designed by architect Helgo Zettervall and inaugurated by King Oscar II in 1882. Construction began in 1874, when the old main building Kungshuset had become too small for the growing number of students. The design is characterised by Helgo Zettervall's fascination with classical antiquity, and features columns and fancy copings. There were originally four sphinxes on the roof, but they had to be removed after some 30 years because of bad quality. In the 1990s four new sphinxes were located on the roof. \n* Front \n* South side \n* SphinxesShow on map
Valleberga KyrkaValleberga Church is a church in Valleberga, Sweden and Löderup Parish. It is the only known fortified round church in Skåne. A reason for the building of the round church was that the master mason of the church, Carl Stenmester, also built churches on Bornholm, where round churches were common. The baptismal font was cut by the Romanesque artist known today as Majestatis and shows one of the legends about Saint Peter and Paul of Tarsus.Show on map
Ramlösa stationRamlösa is a brand of carbonated mineral water from a source in Ramlösa Brunnspark in the southern part of Helsingborg, Sweden. Ramlösa goes back to the year 1707 when a health spa around the source was founded by Johan Jacob Döbelius. Ramlösa is very common in northern Europe and is considered a high-standard mineral water. Ramlösa is also popular outside of Scandinavia and the water is exported as far as the United States, Australia, Middle East and New Zealand. Ramlösa is today a wholly owned subsidiary of the Danish brewery group CarlsbergShow on map
Malmö AirportMalmö Airport, until 2007 known as Sturup Airport (Swedish: Sturups flygplats) (IATA: MMX, ICAO: ESMS) is Sweden's fourth busiest airport, handling 2,169,901 passengers in 2015, a new all-time high. The airport is located in Svedala Municipality, approximately 28 kilometres (17 mi) east of Malmö and 26 kilometres (16 mi) south-east of Lund.Show on map
Sturup RacewaySturup Raceway is a motor racing circuit in Svedala, Sweden. It has been owned by the Danish Brask organisation since 2001. The circuit, by then called Sturupsbanan, opened in 1972 as a Rallycross venue. Later named Skånecrossbanan it was first asphalted to become a permanent road course in 1990. In 2004 and 2005 major work including a track extension from 1.1 kilometers to 2.1 kilometers with a new pit lane.Show on map
Sofia Albertina kyrkaSofia Albertina Church (Swedish: Sofia Albertina kyrka) is the second and current church in Landskrona, Scania, Sweden. Belonging to the Landskrona Parish of the Church of Sweden, it was inaugurated in 1788 and fully completed in 1816. It is considered a rare church building, in the respect that it has two towers without being a Bishop's church.The church was originally designed by Carl Hårleman, as perhaps his last greater task. Hårleman died in 1753, the same year as the old church was demolished. Smaller changes to Hårlemans original may have been done.Show on map
Bosjöklosters kyrkaBosjökloster (English: Bosjö Abbey) on the shore of Lake Ringsjön in Höör Municipality, Scania, southern Sweden was originally a nunnery, founded in 1080 by the Benedictine Order. The oldest preserved document that mentions Bosjö Abbey was written by Pope Lucius III in 1181, when he confirmed its privileges. According to local legend, the land was donated by Tord Thott, the first known ancestor of the Scanian noble family Thott. The abbey was transformed into a castle in the 16th century, and only parts of the original building remains.Show on map
Smygehuk LighthouseSmygehuk Lighthouse (Swedish: Smygehuks fyr) is a lighthouse in Trelleborg Municipality in Sweden. It is situated approximately 1.5 kilometres (0.93 mi) west of Smygehamn, and is 17 metres (56 ft) high and constructed of iron. It was completed in 1883, and taken out of service in 1975 in favor of the offshore Kullagrundet Lighthouse. Following an initiative by Trelleborg Municipality, among others, it was relit in April 2001. Smygehuk Lighthouse is located at Smygehuk, near the southernmost tip of Sweden and the Scandinavian Peninsula.Show on map
Sandhammaren LighthouseSandhammaren is a Swedish lighthouse, and the name of both a beach and a point east of Ystad in Scania. At first two identical lighthouses were constructed, because it was a risk to mistake this lighthouse with the one on Ertholmene. The flame first ran on colza oil. Later on (1891), one of the lighthouses was put out of service and moved to Pite-Rönnskär in Norrland, at the same time the lamp was transformed to a paraffin lamp. The lighthouse was electrified in 1952. The Swedish Maritime Administration owns and runs the lighthouse.Show on map
SofieroSofiero Castle or just Sofiero (Swedish: Sofiero slott or just Sofiero) in Helsingborg Municipality, Scania, was one of the Swedish royal family's country mansions, located 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) north of Helsingborg. It was originally a Scanian farm called Skabelycke, bought in 1864 by Crown Prince Oscar of Sweden and his wife Sophia of Nassau. The first one-story palace was completed in 1865. It was expanded to its current size between 1874 and 1876, after crown prince Oscar had been crowned king Oscar II of Sweden and Norway.Show on map
Ring KnutstorpRing Knutstorp is a motor racing circuit in Kågeröd, Sweden. The circuit was built in 1963 and extended to its present configuration in 1970. During the seventies, rounds of the Formula Three European Cup were held at the circuit, with winners including Alain Prost. Ring Knutstorp hosts rounds of the Swedish Touring Car Championship, and is a playable track in the video game, STCC – The Game. The track was used during the 1984 European Rallycross Championship season.Show on map
Lunds domkyrkaThe Lund Cathedral (Swedish: Lunds domkyrka), built as Catholic (arch)episcopal see of the Diocese of Lund (first a suffragan of Bremen in Germany, soon Metropolitan for much of Scandinavia), dedicated to the Martyr Saint Lawrence, is since the Danish Reformation (as Lund was Danish until 1658) the Lutheran cathedral in Lund, Scania, Sweden. It is the seat of the bishop of Lund of the Church of Sweden.Show on map
Heliga Trefaldighets kyrkaTrinity Church (Swedish: Heliga Church of Holy Trinity ) is a religious building in Kristianstad, Sweden, built between 1617 and 1628 by Christian IV of Denmark. He had founded the city of Kristianstad in 1614 at a time when Scania was part of the Kingdom of Denmark. The church's large size and style reveal the king's ambitions for his new city.Show on map
SövdeborgSövdeborg Castle (Swedish: Sövdeborgs slott) is a castle in Sjöbo Municipality, Scania, in southern Sweden. It was originally built in 1597, and was restored in 1840 by the architect Brunius. Out of approximately 200 castles in Skåne this is one of about 25 which allows public visitors. The inside of the castle is decorated with a stucco and oak ceiling.Show on map
Malmö Harbour HeliportMalmö Harbour Heliport (IATA: JMM, ICAO: ESHM), is an heliport serving Malmö, Sweden. Before the Öresund Bridge was opened in 2000 and before Sweden entered the Schengen Area in 2001, Malmö Harbour Heliport and port had passport and customs check, and there were helicopter and speedboat connections directly to Copenhagen Airport transfer area.Show on map
KärnanKärnan (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈɕæːˈɳan]; Danish: Kernen, both literally The Core) is a medieval tower in Helsingborg, Scania, in southern Sweden. It is the only part remaining of a larger Danish fortress which, along with the fortress Kronborg on the opposite of Oresund, controlled the entranceway between Kattegat and Øresund and further south the Baltic Sea.Show on map
Falsterbo LighthouseFalsterbo Lighthouse (Swedish: Falsterbo fyr) lies near the site of the oldest known beacon in Scandinavia. To the north-east of the lighthouse is the city of Skanör-Falsterbo, to the south-east of the lighthouse are some of the finest sandy beaches in Sweden and surrounding the lighthouse is the golf course of the Falsterbo Golf Club.Show on map
AllhelgonakyrkanAll Saints Church (Swedish: Allhelgonakyrkan) is a church building in Lund, Sweden. It was designed by architect Helgo Zettervall in the gothic revival style. Belonging to the Lund All Saints Parish of the Church of Sweden, it was opened on All Saints' Day 1891. It is situated roughly 600 meters north of Lund Cathedral.Show on map
Kristianstad ArenaKristianstad Arena is a hall for handball matches and public events in Kristianstad, Sweden. It has a capacity for 4,700 spectators for sport events and 5,000 for concerts. It's the home venue for the Swedish handball team IFK Kristianstad and it hosted matches from the 2011 World Men's Handball Championship.Show on map
Everlövs KyrkaEverlöv Church (Swedish: Everlövs kyrka) is a medieval Lutheran church built in the Romanesque style. Located some 14 km (8.7 mi) southwest of Sjöbo in southern Sweden, it belongs to the Diocese of Lund. The church is noted for the many frescos which decorate the vaulted ceilings in the nave and the chancel.Show on map
Västra Hoby KyrkaVästra Hoby Church is a church in Torn Parish, Lund Municipality, situated to the north of Lund in Sweden. Most of the church was built in 1886 since most of the previous church had been demolished. The old church was built in the Middle Ages, but of that church there is only the tower left.Show on map
Östra Torps KyrkaThe Östra Torp Church (Swedish: Östra Torps kyrka) is a church building in Smygehamn, Sweden. Belonging to the Källtorp Parish of the Church of Sweden, it was completed in 1911 replacing an older church which had been destroyed by a 1909 fire. The church is the southernmost in Sweden.Show on map
Östra Hoby KyrkaÖstra Hoby Church (Swedish: Östra Hoby kyrka) is a medieval Lutheran church built in the Romanesque style. Located 4 km east of Borrby in Skåne County in southern Sweden, it belongs to the Diocese of Lund. The church is noted for its frescos and for its sculpted baptismal font.Show on map
Malmö Syd SvågertorpSvågertorp is a neighbourhood in Malmö, Sweden. Svågertorp contains the Svågertorp railway station and a large shopping area having IKEA, Siba, Bauhaus, Mediamarkt, etc. The IKEA store in Svågertorp is the third biggest IKEA store in the world, having 44 000 square meters.Show on map
Lund AirportLund Airport (Swedish: Hasslanda Flygfält) (ICAO: ESMN) was an airfield located 2.5 kilometres (1.6 mi) south of Lund, Sweden. It was established in 1964 for private aircraft only. The airfield closed in 2008 when the property was converted for industrial development.Show on map
Brunnby KyrkaBrunnby Church (Swedish: Brunnby kyrka) is a medieval Lutheran church located some 9 km (5.6 mi) north of Höganäs in southern Sweden. It belongs to the Diocese of Lund. The church is noted for its many 15th-century frescos, attributed to the Helsingborg Workshop.Show on map
HallamöllaHallamölla is the biggest waterfall in Skåne County, Sweden with a height of 23 metres. The waterfall is situated in Tomelilla Municipality, in the Verkeån river 6 km south of Brösarp and 2.5 km north west of Eljaröd. The waterfall is named after its watermill. \n* waterfall \n* watermillShow on map
UppåkraUppåkra is a village and parish in Staffanstorp Municipality, in Scania, southern Sweden, located five kilometres south of Lund.The village is known for its Iron Age archaeological site, which has been actively excavated since 1996.Show on map
Bollerups KyrkaBollerup Church (Swedish: Bollerups kyrka) is a medieval Lutheran church located some 7 km (4 mi) southwest of Tomelilla in southern Sweden, in the close vicinity of Bollerup Castle. It belongs to the Diocese of Lund.Show on map
Sankt PetriThe Sankt Petri Church (Swedish: Sankt Petri kyrka) is a large church in Malmö, Sweden. Construction started in 1319. It is built in the Gothic style and has a 105-metre (344 ft) tall tower.Show on map
Grand Hotel - LundGrand Hotel in Lund, Sweden is one of the city's oldest and most noteworthy hotels and restaurants. Constructed according to the design of Alfred Hellerström and inaugurated in 1899.Show on map
TosterupTosterup Castle (Swedish: Tosterups slott) is a castle in Tomelilla Municipality, Scania, in southern Sweden. It is situated approximately 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) north-east of Ystad.Show on map
Trolle-LjungbyTrolle-Ljungby Castle (Swedish: Trolle-Ljungby slott) is a castle in Kristianstad Municipality, Scania, in southern Sweden. The Renaissance style castle is enclosed by a moat.Show on map
Felestads KyrkaFelestad Church (Swedish: Felestads kyrka) is a medieval Lutheran church in the outskirts of Svalöv in the province of Scania, Sweden. It belongs to the Diocese of Lund.Show on map
Dalköpinge KyrkaDalköpinge Church (Swedish: Dalköpinge kyrka) is a medieval Lutheran church in Dalköpinge, slightly north-east of Trelleborg, Sweden. It belongs to the Diocese of Lund.Show on map
Falsterbo kyrkaFalsterbo Church (Swedish: Falsterbo kyrka, also Falsterbo St. Gertrud church Swedish: Falsterbo St. Gertrud kyrka) is a medieval Lutheran church in Falsterbo, Sweden.Show on map
Hällestads KyrkaHällestad Church (Swedish: Hällestads kyrka) is a medieval Lutheran church in Torna Hällestad in the province of Scania, Sweden. It belongs to the Diocese of Lund.Show on map
Stora Råby KyrkaStora Råby Church (Swedish: Stora Råby kyrka) is a medieval Lutheran church outside Lund in the province of Scania, Sweden. It belongs to the Diocese of Lund.Show on map
Stora Hammars Gamla KyrkaStora Hammar Old Church (Swedish: Stora Hammars gamla kyrka) is a medieval Lutheran church in south-western Scania, Sweden. It belongs to the Diocese of Lund.Show on map
Sövestads kyrkaSövestad Church (Swedish: Sövestads kyrka) is a medieval Lutheran church in Sövestad in the province of Scania, Sweden. It belongs to the Diocese of Lund.Show on map
Gylle KyrkaGylle Church (Swedish: Gylle kyrka) is a medieval Lutheran church on the countryside north-east of Trelleborg, Sweden. It belongs to the Diocese of Lund.Show on map
Färlövs kyrkaFärlöv Church (Swedish: Färlövs kyrka) is a medieval Lutheran church in Färlöv in the province of Scania, Sweden. It belongs to the Diocese of Lund.Show on map
Hammarlunda KyrkaHammarlunda Church (Swedish: Hammarlunda kyrka) is a medieval Lutheran church in the province of Scania, Sweden. It belongs to the Diocese of Lund.Show on map
Kyrkoköpinge KyrkaKyrkoköpinge Church (Swedish: Kyrkoköpinge kyrka) is a medieval Lutheran church just outside Trelleborg, Sweden. It belongs to the Diocese of Lund.Show on map
Ängelholm-Helsingborg AirportAirport (IATA: AGH, ICAO: ESTA), is an airport in Sweden, located about 34 km from Helsingborg and 7 km from Ängelholm.Show on map
Simlinge KyrkaSimlinge Church (Swedish: Simlinge kyrka) is a medieval Lutheran church north-east of Trelleborg, Sweden. It belongs to the Diocese of Lund.Show on map
Farhults KyrkaFarhult Church (Swedish: Farhults kyrka) is a medieval Lutheran church south-west of Ängelholm, Sweden. It belongs to the Diocese of Lund.Show on map
Bodarps KyrkaBodarp Church (Swedish: Bodarps kyrka) is a medieval Lutheran church in the province of Scania, Sweden. It belongs to the Diocese of Lund.Show on map
Skårby KyrkaSkårby Church (Swedish: Skårby kyrka) is a medieval Lutheran church north-west of Ystad, Sweden. It belongs to the Diocese of Lund.Show on map
Gislövs KyrkaGislöv Church (Swedish: Gislövs kyrka) is a medieval Lutheran church east of Trelleborg, Sweden. It belongs to the Diocese of Lund.Show on map
Dalby KyrkaHoly Cross Abbey is an important Augustinian monastery located in Skåne's old capital, Dalby, then Denmark, now southern Sweden.Show on map
Rönneholms slottRönneholm Castle (Swedish: Rönneholms slott) is a castle in Eslöv Municipality, Scania, in southern Sweden.Show on map
NymöllaNymölla is a locality situated in Bromölla Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 272 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
KristinebergKristineberg is a neighbourhood of the Borough of Oxie, Malmö Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden.Show on map
Kristianstad AirportKristianstad Airport (IATA: KID, ICAO: ESMK) is situated outside Kristianstad in Scania, Sweden.Show on map
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Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Skane
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Östra RingsjönRingsjön is a lake situated in the middle of Skåne County, Sweden. At 41 square kilometres (10,100 acres), it is the second largest lake in the county. The western and eastern parts of the lake, called Västra Ringsjön and Östra Ringsjön respectively, are separated by a headland. Västra Ringsjön has a depth of 6 metres (20 ft) at its deepest known point, while Östra Ringsjön has a depth of 17 metres (56 ft). Many cranes make stopovers in Ringsjön on their migration to the northern parts of Sweden. They usually arrive to the lake at the end of March, but have been seen as early as 2 March.Show on map
FalsterbokanalenFalsterbo Canal (Swedish: Falsterbokanalen) is a short canal that allows ships to pass inside Falsterbo, Skanör and Ljunghusen from the Baltic to the Öresund. Falsterbo, Skanör and Ljunghusen lie on the Skanör-Falsterbo peninsula (now essentially an island which is called \"Näset\"). During the Second World War when the Germans mined extensively outside Falsterbonäset at the Falsterborev (Falsterbo reef) in 1939, Sweden concluded that a canal was needed between Höllviken and Ljunghusen to allow safe passage of coastal traffic. The canal was completed, allowing ship passage on August 1, 1941.Show on map
IvösjönIvö Lake (Swedish: Ivösjön) is the largest and deepest lake of Skåne, Sweden, located in the municipalities of Kristianstad and Bromölla in the northeastern part of Skåne County. It covers an area of just under 55 km², with a maximum depth of 50 meters. The lake is the richest in fish species in Sweden, including pike, salmon, burbot, vendace, bream, ide, ruffe, minnow, rudd, and spined loach, rare for this area, which has prompted biodiversity conservation efforts and attention from among others EU Natura 2000. 25-30 different species are regularly caught in the lake. It is very well known among fishing enthusiasts, not only in Sweden but in many countries in Europe.Show on map
VombsjönVombsjön (sometimes called Våmbsjön) is a lake in Scania, Sweden. It is located 20 km to the east of Lund and lies in the municipalities of Lund, Eslöv and Sjöbo. The lake has been the source of drinking water for Malmö since 1948. Its watershed is 447 km2.Show on map
Höje ÅHöje River (Swedish: Höje å) is a river in Scania in southern Sweden. It is about 35 km long and flows from the Häckeberga lake in the Lund Municipality and empties into the Øresund.Show on map
CentralhamnenNorra hamnen is a neighbourhood of Malmö, situated in the Borough of Centrum, Malmö Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden.Show on map
Inre HamnenInre hamnen is a neighbourhood of Malmö, situated in the Borough of Centrum, Malmö Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden.Show on map
FrihamnenFrihamnen is a neighbourhood of Malmö, situated in the Borough of Centrum, Malmö Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden.Show on map
SkräbeånSkräbeån is a river in the south of Sweden. It is located near Sölvesborg.Show on map
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SaxånSaxån is a river in Skåne County in Sweden.Show on map
StensånStensån is a river in Sweden.Show on map
Rausan riverRåån is a river in Sweden.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Skane
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VenVen (Danish: Hven, older Swedish spelling Hven) is a small Swedish island in the Øresund strait, between Scania and Zealand (Denmark). It is part of Landskrona Municipality, Skåne County. The island has 371 inhabitants and an area of 7.5 km2 (2.9 sq mi). During the 1930s, the population was at its peak, with approximately 1,300 inhabitants. There are four villages on the island: Bäckviken, Tuna By, Norreborg and Kyrkbacken.Show on map
KullabergKullaberg is a nature reserve situated on a peninsula of land protruding into the Kattegat in Höganäs Municipality near the town of Mölle in southwest Sweden. The site in the province of Skåne is an area of considerable biodiversity supporting a number of rare species and has been designated as an Important Bird Area (IBA) in Sweden as well as a Special Protection Area (SPA). The terrain is dominated by steep cliffs rising from the sea and rocky outcrops on the ridge above, the highest elevation being Mount Håkull at 188 meters. Ridgetop vegetation includes a mixed hardwood broadleaf forest consisting of birch, beech, oak and pine trees with an understory of hawthorn, juniper, wild honeysuckle and blackthorn. Among the notable rare plants are spring vetchling, Lathyrus sphaericus.Show on map
StenshuvudStenshuvud is a hill in the southeastern corner of Sweden, in the province of Scania, close to Kivik in Simrishamn Municipality. Since 1986, it is one of the National parks of Sweden. The park covers an area of about 3.9 km2 (1.5 sq mi). The hill is 97 m (318 ft) high and faces the Baltic Sea. Since the surrounding landscape is relatively flat, it can be seen from a great distance and has traditionally been used as a landmark for seafarers. Many visitors trek up the hill to enjoy the view which is very good in clear weather. At the north of the hill is the Hällevik arboretum.Show on map
Hallands VäderöHallands Väderö (en: Halland's Weather Island) is a Swedish island located in the northwest corner of the Scania province, but it is named after the province above; Halland. Since 1958 it has been a nature reserve due to its valuable ecologic life with an old beech-forest, unusual funguses and large bird populations. During the summer season small ferry's transport people to the island from Torekov. There are no permanent residents on the island at the present time, but many cabins from older times remain on the island and some can be rented for overnight accommodations. The island is also known for its large beaches that are good for bathing. In 2006 the Swedish state surveying \"Lantmäteriverket\" decided that the whole island belonged to the Church of Sweden due to an old agreement from 1Show on map
MåkläppenMåkläppen is a nature reserve that stands out from the Falsterbo peninsula, in south western Sweden. It was created by sandbanks built on top of a moraine core. The Måkläppen nature reserve and nature conservation association was formed in 1899.The appearance of Måkläppen changes as sand builds up and is taken away by ocean currents, wind, storm surge and high tide. These processes, in addition to abrasion, beach erosion removes the sand previously sent there. In the Middle Ages it is believed some temporary settlements may have existed on the island.Show on map
Silverforsen Folkets ParkFolkets Park in Kävlinge, Sweden is a local society who started in 1905 by the workers of Kävlinge shoe factory. In 1905 many people in Kävlinge lived in deep poverty. The factory plant manager allowed workers to explore grounds for growing food besides the factory. On 28 April 1905 the workers bought land north and west of the factory plant area. Half of it was dedicated to growing food, and the other half to a park for meetings and local pleasures, like dancing and other local festivities. Two days before May Day 1906 the park was officially opened.Show on map
Hovs HallarHovs Hallar is a nature reserve on the northern tip of the Bjäre Peninsula in the county of Skåne, Sweden. It is located approximately 7 km northeast of the coastal town of Torekov. The reserve is an area of geological interest and its impressive cliff faces are home to a variety of seabirds. It is assumed that the area gave the name of the province Halland, meaning \"the land beyond Hovs Hallar\". The location is also the setting for the opening scenes of The Seventh Seal, with the Knight challenging Death to a game of chess for his life on the shoreline. \n* \n* \n*Show on map
SmygehukSmygehuk is a harbour and fishing village at Smygehamn in Skåne, Sweden. It is most known for being the southernmost point of Sweden and the Scandinavian Peninsula (55° 20' N). To the west of the harbour are Smygehuk Lighthouse and Smygehuk Hostel. A statue of a nude woman stands in the harbour. It was made by artist Axel Ebbe and installed in 1930. It is named Famntaget (the embrace). The model for the statue was Birgit Holmquist, mother of the model Nena von Schlebrügge and grandmother of actress Uma Thurman.Show on map
Botaniska TrädgårdenBotaniska trädgården (English: The Botanical Garden) is a botanical garden in central Lund, Sweden, open to the public daily without charge. The 8 hectares site contains 7000 species of plants, of which 200 are found in the greenhouses representing nine different climate zones. It is owned and operated by Lund University. Its international identification code is LD.Show on map
Söderåsens NationalparkSöderåsen is a ridge (or a horst) in Scania in southern Sweden. On Söderåsen is Scania's highest point: 212 m (696 ft) above sea level. It is intersected by several fissure valleys. The ridge extends from Röstånga in the southeast to the Åstorp in northwest. Söderåsen National Park is located 30 km (19 mi) east of Helsingborg in Scania.Show on map