The South and the Kingdom of Glass Sights

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Kalmar 3

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Lilla Torg

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This cobblestone square has some of the city's oldest buildings, which date from the 17th and 18th centuries. It is clustered with cafés,...

Lund Konsthall

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The all-brick Lund Art Gallery may have a rather forbidding iron entrance and few windows, but skylights allow ample sunlight into the...

Malmöhus

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The city's castle, Malmöhus, completed in 1542, was for many years used as a prison (James Hepburn, husband of Mary, Queen of Scots,...

Orrefors Glasbruk

  • Industrial Site/Mill/Factory

Now one of the best-known glass companies in Sweden, Orrefors arrived on the scene late—in 1898—but set particularly high artistic...

Rooseum

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One of Sweden's most outstanding art museums is in a turn-of-the-20th-century brick building that was once a power plant. It has exhibitions...

Rådhuset

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The Rådhuset, dating from 1546, dominates Stortorget, a huge, cobbled market square in Gamla Staden, and makes an impressive spectacle...

Skrufs Glasbruk

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The royal family, the ministry of foreign affairs, and parliament have all commissioned work from Skruf, which started in 1896. Local...

St. Maria Kyrka

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The church itself here was built shortly after 1220 as a basilica in the Romanesque style, though there have been later additions. The...

St. Petri Church

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In Gamla Staden, the Old Town, look for the St. Petri Church, on Kalendegatan; dating from the 14th century, it is an impressive example...

Ystads Teater

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Sweden's best-preserved theater from the late 1800s is beautiful and ornate. The dramatic interior adds a great deal to any performance...

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