Aq-Va-Kul is a swimming complex in western Malmö city, Sweden and is owned by the Malmö Municipality. It was built in 1956 as Simhallsbadet with a 25 m pool. In 1977, a 50 m pool was built and in 1988 a water park was added. There are also a Turkish…
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Skanör med Falsterbo (Danish: Skanør-Falsterbo) is a statistical locality (Swedish tätort, locality code 3672), situated in Vellinge Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 6,937 inhabitants in 2010. It consists of the two old towns of Skanör and Falsterbo which have grown together, but are still regarded as different communities by locals.
Latitude: 55° 23' 60.00" N
Longitude: 12° 50' 60.00" E
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The 2006 Falsterbo Swedish Coast Guard crash was the crash of a CASA C-212 Aviocar turboprop airplane belonging to the Swedish Coast Guard in Falsterbo Canal, Sweden, on 26 October 2006.
Store Heddinge is a Danish town in Region Sjælland.
Vångavallen is a multi-purpose stadium in Trelleborg, Sweden. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Trelleborgs FF.
Malmö South, Svågertorp Station, (Swedish: Svågertorp Station, Malmö syd) is a railway station south of Malmö, Sweden. It is served by the by Pågatåg between Malmö and Ystad. There is a big shopping centre at Svågertorp near the station.
Store Magleby is a Danish town, seat with Dragør of the Dragør Municipality, in the Region Hovedstaden.
The Malmö Concert Hall (Swedish: Malmö Konserthus) is a 1,200-seat concert hall located in Lugnet, a central neighbourhood in Malmö, Sweden.
Kungsparken is a park in Malmö, Sweden.
Kirseberg (literally "Cherry hill") was a city district (Swedish: stadsdel) in the north of Malmö Municipality, Sweden. On 1 July 2013, it was merged with Centrum, forming Norr.
Falsterbo Canal (Swedish: Falsterbokanalen) is a short canal that allows ships to pass inside Falsterbo, Skanör and Ljunghusen from the Baltic to the Öresund.
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 i…
Öresundsparken is a park in Malmö, Sweden. The park was built in the 1920s to fill the area beside the railway line.
Stapelbäddsparken is a skateboarding park in Malmö, Sweden.
Skabersjö Castle (Swedish: Skabersjö slott) is a castle in Svedala Municipality, Scania, in southern Sweden.
MalmöMässan is an exhibition and convention centre in Malmö, Sweden.
Lindängen is a residential area in Malmö, Sweden, with 5,958 inhabitants (2007).
Lindholmen Castle is a former Danish fortified castle on the banks of lake Börringe in Svedala Municipality, Scania, southern Sweden.
Fisktorget or Fisktorg (English: Fish market) is a former public square in Malmö, Sweden.