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Västra Hamnen with Turning Torso

Västra Hamnen with Turning Torso

Architect Santiago Calatrava’s Turning Torso’s reaches a spectacular 190 metre height and twists 90 degrees from the base to the top. The torso is part of the the sustainable Västra Hamnen, which certainly is also worth a stroll with its winding alleys, interesting architecture and super nice beaches and bathing places. This is also where you’ll find the Stapelbäddsparken, a skateboarding park covering an area of 2,000 square metres - making it one of the largest and best such facilities in all of Europe.
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Kallbadhuset och Ribersborgs Beach

Kallbadhuset och Ribersborgs Beach

Ribersborgs open-air baths from 1898, "Kallis", are a popular destination for both swimmers and café guests. Here you can enjoy saltwater swimming and sauna year-round. At Ribersborg’s open-air baths from 1898 , you can enjoy a wood-fired sauna and nude bathing in the sea all year round, and due to its separate women’s and men’s sections, no swimsuits are required. And the location by Ribersborg beach is ideal, with its 3 kilometre long sandy beach which is packed with people enjoying swimming in the sea when the weather is hot.
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Möllevångstorget and Folkets Park

174 nations are represented in Malmö, and this is evident in Möllevångstorget and the neighbourhoods surrounding it. Restaurants, a farmers’ markets in the square and a variety of smallm international food shops can be found here. Folkets park, just next door, is where Malmö residents go to socialise. The park houses the City’s best club scene, a cultural centre, a dance venue and al fresco dining for the adults, and a playground, a terrarium and an adventurous miniature golf course for children.
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