7 Sights in Malmo, Sweden (with Map and Images)
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Explore interesting sights in Malmo, 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 7 sights are available in Malmo, Sweden.List of cities in SwedenSightseeing Tours in Malmo
1. Sankt Petri kyrkaBook Ticket*
Saint Peter's Church is a Brick Gothic church in Malmö, Sweden. Built in the 14th century as the main church of the city, it has been described as "the main Gothic monument within church architecture in Skåne". The church was a spiritual centre during the Reformation, and was one of only a few churches in what was at the time medieval Denmark that suffered damage due to iconoclasm as a consequence of the Reformation. St. Peter's Church contains late medieval murals of recognized high quality, as well as a number of unusual furnishings. The altarpiece, made in 1611, is one of the largest in the Nordic countries.
2. Turning TorsoBook Ticket*
Turning Torso is a neo-futurist residential skyscraper built in Malmö, Sweden in 2005. It was the tallest building in the Nordic region until September 2022, when it was surpassed by Karlatornet in Gothenburg, which is still under construction. Located on the Swedish side of the Öresund strait, it was built and is owned by Swedish cooperative association HSB. It is regarded as the second twisted skyscraper in the world to receive the title after Telekom Tower in Malaysia.
3. Malmö Live Konserthus
Malmö Live is an event centre in Malmö, Sweden. It opened in August 2015, containing a concert hall, conference facilities, a hotel, offices, and housing. Malmö Live Concert Hall is the home of the Malmö Symphony Orchestra and can fit up to 1,600 people. The hotel and conference center Clarion Hotel & Congress Malmö Live has 25 floors with a height of 85 meters which makes it the tallest building of Malmö Live, 24 conference rooms, a congress hall for up to 1,500 participants and a skybar. There are several other buildings around the area, holding offices and housings. Due to the appearance of several tall buildings, the area is sometimes also known as "Malmhattan". The current director of Malmö Live is Maria Frej since February 2020. Malmö Live is hosting: symphony orchestras, commercial, cultural and political events as well as meetings.
4. Malmö synagoga
Malmö Synagogue is the only synagogue in Malmö, Sweden. It was built in 1903 and designed by the architect John Smedberg. It has an Art Nouveau and Moorish Revival design, which is one of the few synagogues in Europe when most of them were destroyed during Kristallnacht 1938. The services of worship are Orthodox. At the inauguration of Malmö Synagogue, it was Malmö's first non-Christian place of worship. Malmö has two Jewish cemeteries: one section in the northern part of Sankt Pauli kyrkogård and another, newer section in Östra kyrkogården.
Garnisonsplanteringen is a park located in the district of Kirseberg, Malmö. There is a playground as well as two preschools and Östervärn station right next door. It is also known as "Tjyvaparken" as the site was the burial place for prisoners from the prison at Malmöhus, and during the 1500s and 1600s was used for witch burning for the women in Malmö who were considered witches. At least 38 women were murdered. A memorial stone, unveiled on October 28, 1997, is erected on the site with the inscription:
6. Hyllie vattentorn
The Hyllie Water Tower, in the Hyllie district of the Swedish city of Malmö, was designed by the architect Karl Ivar Stål for Kjessler & Mannerstråle and completed in 1973. The tower is white and has the shape of a flying saucer. It is 62 metres (203 ft) high and holds 10,200 cubic metres (360,000 cu ft) of water. It is operated by the local water organisation for southeastern Skåne, VA SYD, and has a small public park at its base.
Kommendanthuset in Malmö is a building near Malmöhus Castle that was built in 1786. The command house contains an ecological café, City Building Forum, educational workshop, show room, flexible project workplaces and permanent offices.
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