The high status landmark of Malmö is Turning Torso by Calatrava. It is the biggest building in town and I think either you love it or you hate it.
The postcard this week is from Gustav Adolfs torg in Malmö in 2016
The postcard this week is from last year and features a building nominated to an architecture festival, Malmö Live, in Malmö, Sweden, is seen. The bridge is said to play melodies.
The postcard this week features Turning Torso in Malmö. The picture was originally published on Weekly Weather in July last year.
The postcard this week is from Kungsgatan, a boulevard established at the end of the 19th century in eastern Malmö. An octagonal church lies at its center and it is a popular strolling area as well. The picture is taken in the spring of 2014.
The postcard this week is from Limhamn concrete factory, now defunct. The concrete for the statue of Christ the Redeemer in Rio was quarried in Limhamn and manufactured in this factory. The name is Skånska cementgjuteriet, nowadays Skanska.
On May 1, 1973, there were several May Day demonstration with several participating organizations. I came to photograph one of them.
The demonstration began at Drottningtorget, went up Östergatan and then turned into Djäknegatan with a detour to Gustav Adolfs torg and then they returned and went over Amiralsbron on Amiralsgatan as far as Bergsgatan. There the demonstration followed Bergsgatan towards the final destination at Möllevångstorget.
The picture shows the demonstration walking on the bridge Amiralsbron towards Möllevångstorget. To see more pictures from demonstration in the early 1970s see my project site I made when participating in a course in digitalization.