måndag 12 mars 2012


Malmoe, the third largest city in Sweden with almost 300.000 inhabitantsIt's story goes back to the 13th century and in the old center, You find for example halftimbered houses, the Town Hall, which You see on the photo. The maine square was layed out in the 16 th century, and for 300 years it was the largest maine square in Sweden. Before, there was a monastery here, and a churchyard and several halftimbered houses which were thorned down. Jörgen Kock was the maire during this time, and there is a nice restaurant with his name here on the southern corner of the maine square.

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