Börringekloster Castle (Swedish: Börringeklosters slott), formerly Börringe Priory (Swedish: Börringekloster), is a castle built in 1763 on the ruins of a medieval Benedictine priory in Svedala, Scania, in southern Sweden.
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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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Beijers Park is a park situated in Malmö, Sweden.
Vellinge Airfield (ICAO: ESTT), also known as Vellinge-Söderslätt Airfield (Swedish: Vellinge-Söderslätt Flygfält), is an airport in Vellinge, Sweden, run by Söderslätts Aviation Club (Swedish: Söderslätts Flygklubb). The club has about 80 members a…
The Trelleborg Parish (Swedish: Trelleborgs församling) is a parish belonging to the Diocese of Lund in the Church of Sweden and encompasses Trelleborg Municipality in Sweden. The main church is the church of Saint Nicholas located in Trelleborg.
Rängs sand is a locality situated in Vellinge Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 808 inhabitants in 2010.
The Månstorp Gables (Swedish: Månstorps gavlar) is a ruin in Vellinge Municipality in Skåne (the southernmost historical province of Sweden).
Malmö District Court (Swedish: Malmö tingsrätt) is a law court in Malmö, Sweden whose jurisdiction includes the municipalities of Burlöv, Malmö and Vellinge.
Malmö City Theatre (in Swedish: Malmö stadsteater) in Malmö, Sweden, is the main theatre of Malmö.
Bulltoftaparken is a park in Malmö, Sweden.
The 7th European Cross Country Championships were held at Malmö in Sweden on 10 December 2000. Paulo Guerra took his fourth title in the men's competition and Katalin Szentgyörgyi won the women's race.
Skanörs Ljung Nature Reserve (Swedish: Skanörs ljung) is situated in the South-Western part of the Scania province of Sweden, in the Vellinge Municipality between Ljunghusen and Skanör-Falsterbo.
Limhamns IP is a football stadium in Limhamn, Malmö, Sweden. It is the home stadium of IF Limhamn Bunkeflo and Limhamns FF.
Adelgatan was, together with Östergatan and Västergatan, Malmö's main street from the Middle Ages.
A Sunny Day at Fredriksberg is an art project performed at a junction in Fredriksberg, Malmö, in September 2009 by students from Bergen School of Architecture.