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Explore interesting sights in Lund, Sweden. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Lund, Sweden.List of cities in Sweden Sightseeing Tours in Lund
1. Trolle-Wachtmeisters park
Trolle Wachtmeisters park is a park on Väster in Lund, Sweden. In 1928, the park appeared for the first time in a city plan proposal by city engineer Magnus Wennström. The park land was to be leased free of charge by the heirs of St. Peter's Abbey, owned by the heirs of Count Axel Trolle-Wachtmeister. During this time, the land was still arable land, and it was not until the late 1930s that the park was completed, with ornamental planting as well as a sandbox and paddling pool for the children.
Kulturen is an open air museum in Lund, Sweden. Occupying two blocks in central Lund, Kulturen is Sweden's and the world's second oldest open-air museum after Skansen in Stockholm. It contains historic buildings, dating from the Middle Ages to the 1930s, set in gardens or cobblestone streets. The complete name of the museum is Kulturhistoriska föreningen för södra Sverige.
3. Lunds domkyrka
Lund Cathedral is a cathedral of the Lutheran Church of Sweden in Lund, Scania, Sweden. It is the seat of the Bishop of Lund and the main church of the Diocese of Lund. It was built as the Catholic cathedral of the archiepiscopal see of all the Nordic countries, dedicated to Saint Lawrence. It is one of the oldest stone buildings still in use in Sweden.
4. Botaniska trädgården
Botaniska trädgården 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.
All Saints Church is a church in Lund, Sweden. Belonging to the Lunds All Saints Parish of the Diocese of Lund, it was opened on All Saints' Day 1891. It is situated roughly 600 meters north of Lund Cathedral.
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