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Top Things to Do in Malmö, Sweden, from a Cruise Ship - Created by Staff

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Øresund Bridge - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The bridge runs nearly 8 kilometres (5 miles) from the Swedish coast to the artificial island of Peberholm, which lies in the middle of the strait. The remainder of the link is by a 4 km (2.5 miles) tunnel from Peberholm to the Danish island of Amager.

Sankt Petri Church, Malmö - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The 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.

Kungsparken, Malmö - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Kungsparken is a park in Malmö, Sweden. It is located in the centre of the city just west of the Malmö City Hall and Malmö District Court.

Malmö University - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Malmö University or Malmö University College ( Swedish: Malmö högskola) is a Swedish university college that was founded in 1998 and is located in Malmö, Sweden. With more than 24,000 students and about 1,600 employees (academic and administrative), Malmö University is the ninth largest institute of learning in Sweden.

Malmö Opera and Music Theatre

Malmö Opera and Music Theatre ( Swedish: Malmö opera och musikteater) is an opera house in Malmö, Sweden. An opera company of the same name presents seasons of opera in this house.

Ribersborg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ribersborg is a neighbourhood of Malmö, situated in the Borough of Västra Innerstaden, Malmö Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden.

Malmö City Library - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Malmö City Library first opened on 12 December 1905, then in Hotel Tunneln. At that time they had 3096 volumes - books and periodicals. In 1946 it moved to "The Castle" at Regementsgatan.

Malmö Municipality - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

In 1971, the city was also converted into a municipality of unitary type, like all others in Sweden. Malmö Municipality, however, styles itself Malmö stad (City of Malmö) in all cases when it is legally possible. This is a decision taken by the municipal assembly.

Malmö Arena - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Malmö Arena is a multi-use indoor arena in Malmö, Sweden, and the home of HockeyAllsvenskan ice hockey club Malmö Redhawks. 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.

Turning Torso

HSB Turning Torso is the tallest skyscraper in Sweden and the Nordic countries, situated in Malmö, Sweden on the Swedish side of the Öresund strait. Since completion, it is the tallest building in Scandinavia. A similar, taller skyscraper featuring a 90° twist is the Cayan Tower, located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Turning Torso

Turning Torso

Malmö Castle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Malmö Castle ( Swedish: Malmöhus, Danish: Malmøhus) is a fortress located in Malmö, Scania, in southern Sweden. The first castle was founded in 1434 by King Eric of Pomerania. This structure was demolished in early 16th century, and a new one was built in its place in the 1530s by King Christian III of Denmark.

Casino Cosmopol - Wikipedia

Casino Cosmopol AB är ett helägt dotterbolag till AB Svenska Spel, som 1999 fick den svenska regeringens uppdrag att etablera sex internationella kasinon i Sverige. Efter en förstudie kom Svenska Spel fram till att marknaden i landet skulle vara väl mättad med fyra kasinon, en slutsats som man sedan dessa tagits i drift inte heller ifrågasatts.

Malmö Konsthall

Malmö Konsthall is one of the largest exhibition halls in Europe for contemporary art, it opened in 1975. The hall is located in the center of Malmö, Sweden. Admission is free. The hall was designed by architect Klas Anshelm, who was inspired by the Paris studio of the sculptor Constantin Brâncuși.

Malmöhus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

For the castle, see Malmö Castle. For the pre-1997 Swedish county, see Malmöhus County.

Malmöhus County - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Malmöhus County ( Swedish: Malmöhus län) was a county of Sweden until 1997 when it was merged with Kristianstad County to form Skåne County. It had been named after Malmöhus, a castle in Malmö, which also was where the governor originally resided.

Drottningtorget, Malmö - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Drottningtorget (English: Queen Square) is a major public square in central Malmö, Sweden. It lies between the main town square and Värnhem. The area dates back to at least the Middle Ages when the Adelgatan, one of the city's main streets led to it and it became an important peasant trading centre.