Tag Archives: water

Old industrial buildings in Finspång

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We are in Finspång in Östergötland in Sweden. The industries of Finspång originated in the sixteenth century with royal factories for cannons and cannon balls. Finspång castle was built by Louis de Geer, part of a walloon family imported to Sweden for their know-how in iron mining and iron production.. The picture is taken in the autumn of 2014 and published before on From My Horizon.


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Old ferry harbour in Malmö

The restaurant boat Prince Bernhard reflected in the water of Malmö Harbour in 2010. This is the quay where the ferries for Copenhagen where moored in the days before the Öresund bridge between Sweden and Denmark.
The restaurant boat Prince Bernhard reflected in the water of Malmö Harbour in 2010.

The postcard this week is from 2010 and the picture shows the restaurant boat Prince Bernhard reflected in the water of Malmö Harbour in 2010. This is the quay where the ferries for Copenhagen where moored in the days before the Öresund bridge between Sweden and Denmark. Sadly there are no ferries any more.


Öresundsbron – The bridge between Sweden and Denmark

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The postcard this week is from New year´s eve 2014 and is a view of the Öresund bridge that connects Sweden and Denmark.  The picture was originally published on Weekly Weather at New Years Eve 2014.

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