Åhus is a town in Scania in southernmost Sweden, incorporated into Kristianstad Municipality. The population is about 10,000 in the winter but it triples in the summer due to the tourists, largely from Germany, who come seeking the great beaches and the beautiful nature of the Helgeå and Hanöbukten area. ...more on Wikipedia about "Åhus"
Barsebäck is a village belonging to Kävlinge Municipality in Skåne in southern Sweden with 400 inhabitants, about 4km east of the harbour village Barsebäckshamn. It is known for the (now closed) Barsebäck nuclear power plant, and for the internationally known golf course with an annual world class golf tournament. ...more on Wikipedia about "Barsebäck"
Brömsebäck is a small stream in southern Sweden on the border between the provinces Smaland and Blekinge. Prior to 1658, the river formed the border between Sweden and Denmark. The Treaty of Brömsebro was entered on an islet in the river. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brömsebäck"
Dalby Söderskog is a small national park in the province of Scania in southern Sweden, situated in the municipality of Lund, near Dalby. It has an area of 0.36 km² and consists of broadleaf forest. It was established in 1918, when it was thought to be a unique remnant of primeval forest. In fact, the area has previously been used for pasture. The ground contains much limestone and chalk, which makes the flora rich. In particular, there are many spring flowers. An earth bank of unknown origin, possibly the ruins of an ancient fort, surrounds parts of the park. The national park encompasses the southern part of Dalby Hage, while the northern parts ( Dalby Norreskog and Hästhagen) form a nature reserve. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dalby Söderskog"
Helsingborg is located in the southernmost part of Sweden and has a population of 115,000. It is the seat of Helsingborg Municipality, which, together with its immediate surroundings, has 121,000 inhabitants. ...more on Wikipedia about "Helsingborg"
The municipality of Helsingborg is a municipality in southernmost Sweden. The proper name used to be Helsingborgs kommun but has now been changed to Helsingborgs stad. The city Helsingborg is the seat and largest city with its population of 87,000. ...more on Wikipedia about "Helsingborg Municipality"
The province of Skåne, was once a part of Denmark together with Jutland and Zealand. ...more on Wikipedia about "History of Skåne"
Hven or Ven is a small Swedish island in the Öresund strait, between Scania and Zealand. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hven"
Jakriborg is an apartment building district, or a new town, under construction at suburban Hjärup, between Malmö and Lund, in the Southwest Scania metropolitan area in Northern Europe. The land actually belongs to the village of Uppåkra, that existed for a thousand years as the predecessor of Lund, until the town in 990 was moved to a new and more secure location a few miles away. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jakriborg"
Kivik ( ) is a village on the west coast of Scania in southernmost Sweden, in Simrishamn Municipality. It has around 1,000 inhabitants. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kivik"
Kristianstads vattenrike, a protected swamp area in the Hammarsjön lake near the town Kristianstad in Scania, southern Sweden. Here is Swedens lowest point, 2,7 m under sea level. There is also a large birdlife and endangered fishes. In the territory is also big banks from the Ice Age. Ca 100,000 people visit the territory every year. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kristianstads vattenrike"
The Linderödsåsen is a ridge in the province Skåne in southernmost Sweden. ...more on Wikipedia about "Linderödsåsen"
IPA: [málmø:] is the third largest city in Sweden, situated in the southernmost province of Skåne, near Copenhagen, Denmark. It has 270,000 inhabitants (about 600,000 in the metro area, including Lund). Malmö was one of the earliest and most industrialized towns of Scandinavia, but has in recent decades been struggling with the adaption to post-industrialism. ...more on Wikipedia about "Malmö"
Oresund ( Danish: Øresund, Swedish: Öresund, also known as The Sound) is the strait that separates the Danish island Zealand from the south Swedish province Scania (Skåne). ...more on Wikipedia about "Oresund" Must see http://www.shortopedia.com Sk,C3,A5ne
The Oresund Bridge (joint Danish/ Swedish hybrid name: Øresundsbron) (official name is the Øresundsförbindelsen, the Oresund Connection) is a combined two-track rail and four-lane road bridge across the Oresund strait. It is the longest combined road and rail bridge in Europe and connects the two metropolitan areas of the Oresund Region, the Danish capital of Copenhagen with the Swedish city of Malmö. The international European route E20 runs across the bridge. ...more on Wikipedia about "Oresund Bridge"
The Oresund Region (Øresundsregionen in Danish or Öresundsregionen in Swedish) is a transnational region in southern Scandinavia located by the shores of the Oresund strait. The eastern part is constituted by Skåne County in Sweden and the western part is located on the Danish island of Zealand, connected by the Oresund Bridge. ...more on Wikipedia about "Oresund Region"
The annual Scania Market for herring was a major event in the Hanseatic world around the Baltic Sea, and the cornerstone of the Hanseatic Leagues' wealth. ...more on Wikipedia about "Scania Market"
(also known as Scania) is the southernmost historical province (landskap) of Sweden. It borders Halland, Småland and Blekinge. To the east, west and south it also borders the Baltic Sea and the Oresund strait. Skåne boasts a cultural and historical specific nature. ...more on Wikipedia about "Skåne"
Skåne commuter rail or Pågatågen is the commuter rail system in Skåne County, Sweden. Every train set is named from a scaninan man, since Påg means boy in scanian dialect. However on set was named after the female writer Victoria Benedictsson but by her pseudonyme Ernst Ahlgren. ...more on Wikipedia about "Skåne commuter rail"
Skåne County, or Skåne län, is the southernmost County or län, of Sweden, basically corresponding to the historical province Skåne. It borders the counties of Halland, Kronoberg and Blekinge. ...more on Wikipedia about "Skåne County"
(Skanör-Falsterbo) The Falsterbo Peninsula is the name of the southwesternmost tip of the Scandinavian Peninsula. It marks the border between the Baltic Sea and the Sound ( Öresund). Within, the two towns of Skanör and Falsterbo have grown together to form a conurbation, with a total of about 7,000 inhabitants. Both are located in the elongated reef-like western part of the peninsula, Falsterbo to the south and Skanör to the north. ...more on Wikipedia about "Skanör-Falsterbo"
Söderåsen is a hill (more precisely, a horst) in the province of Scania in southern Sweden. The highest point is 212 meters. It is intersected by several fissure valleys. ...more on Wikipedia about "Söderåsen"
Spettekaka ( Spit cake) is a local dessert of the southern parts of Sweden, in the province of Scania. It plays an important part of the Scanian cultural heritage. ...more on Wikipedia about "Spettekaka"
Stenshuvud ( Scanian: Stensho) is a hill in the southeastern corner of Sweden, in the province of Scania, close to Kivik in Simrishamn Municipality. Since 1986, it is one of the National parks of Sweden. The park covers an area of about 3.9 km². ...more on Wikipedia about "Stenshuvud"
Tosselilla is an amusement park, located outside of Tomelilla, in the province Skåne in Sweden. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tosselilla" It's real www.shortopedia.com feeling!
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