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Daniaparken, Malmo

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Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Dania Park, also known as Daniaparken, is located on the Bo01 district in Malmö, Sweden and was designed by architects Thorbjörn Andersson and PeGe Hillinge of SWECO FFS Architects in 1999. Aside from being the first park in over 50 years to be built in the city, it is also a former Saab factory, because of which the site's contamination made it unsuitable for large plant planting, thus the area is mostly grass covered, but is mostly characterized by terraces, platforms and balconies which overlook the Öresund Sound.
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  • An area with a special beauty, placed on the seashore. Flats of houses with various, pleasant architecture, areas with lots of greenery, a beautifully arranged seafront where, (probably) the locals...  more »
  • You can stroll along the sea and the view over the Oresund bridge is magnificient, During summer you can swim  more »
  • Very nice place. We enjoy coming there every year!
  • Absolutely beautiful and great fun jumping off the pontoons, loved it.

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