Pigeons stroll leisurely in town hall squares; churches, with white walls and few flower windows, are slightly different from churches in germany. People gather at weekends to drink and sing, catch up with the Malmö festival, and enjoy the most spectacular events.
The main square is under construction to set up a stage for the performance. The sky is already overcast. The band statue below has been seen on postcards sold by Malmö Castle. It is probably also a famous scene in the local area. It is very lively all the way. Everyone is dancing and everyone is having fun. Perhaps because of the long winter and dark days at high latitudes, everyone cherishes the joy of summer.
Malmö Town Hall Square was built in the most prosperous period of Malmö in the 1630s. Famous buildings around the square include the Town Hall and the former residence of the first mayor Cook. There is also a 400-year-old "Lion Pharmacy" in the corner of the square. In the middle is the riding statue of Karl X Gustav. Many buildings around the square have hundreds of years of history. Although the small square is small, every building here has a sense of history, and every house has a story. Walking into the small square from the pedestrian street, you can see a red half-timbered house, which is the best-preserved 16th century half-timbered house in Malmö. It is called the Hedmanska Courtyard along with the yellow stucco house next to it. In summer, there are often small concerts in the courtyard. In the old courtyard, it is a modern design center.
There are also many restaurants and cafes around Malmö Town Hall Square, which is also a place for local people to gather, relax and entertain.
Malmö Main Square is the oldest square in the city. It was built in the 16th century and is a typical Hanseatic brown-red building. The town hall on the east side of the square is a Dutch Renaissance-style building. In the middle of the square is the Swedish King Karl X The riding statue of the world is that he defeated Denmark and turned Malmö into a Swedish city.
An ancient square built in the 16th century, next to the City Hall. Now it is just in the renovation. There are many shopping malls and restaurants and cafes. It is convenient for children to play and people to walk.
In the bustling square, you can sometimes see gay parties, and near the town hall is the bronze statue of Andersen. There is also a commercial street across the square.
The square was built in the middle of the 16 century, and the town hall was built in the east, and the statue of King Karl 10 who won the battle with Denmark at that time was built in the center.
This is the central square of Malmö, the most striking of which is the town hall on the east side, a five-hundred-year-old Dutch Renaissance building, magnificent and beautiful. It is also a great place to shop and relax, with many good restaurants and cafes around, and it is worth a stroll.