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Ystad

Ystad

A picturesque town in the south of Sweden. An important passenger port from where ferries depart to Świnoujście and Rønne on Bornholm. The town has a population of about 18.3 thousand inhabitants. The unique atmosphere is created by narrow streets, small colorful houses and half-timbered houses, mostly from the 15th to the 17th centuries, which constitute the largest complex of this type in the entire Scandinavia.

Ystad Teater

Ystad Teater

Sweden's best-preserved 19th century theater building.

Mattorget

The small market, in the 16th century, was the border of the city and at the same time a place of food trade. Nearby, there is the historic Saluhallen market hall, where you can buy sweet or pickled Swedish herring and other Swedish delicacies.

Mattorget
St. Mary’s Church (Sankta Maria Kyrka)

St. Mary’s Church (Sankta Maria Kyrka)

The beginnings of the church date back to the 13th century, when a church with the rank of a basilica was built on this site. The present building dates from the 15th century and is built in the Gothic style. During the Reformation, all church equipment unnecessary for Protestants was removed. The decor from 1923-1924, when the interior was reconstructed as it was before 1886. The church has a unique collection of silver artifacts made by craftsmen from Ystad. The church tower is associated with a centuries-old tradition that has survived to this day. Every day from 21:15 to 1:00 every 15 minutes a trumpet player plays a signal to all four corners of the world. This is a sign for the Ystad inhabitants that the city is safe and that they can sleep peacefully.

Gamla Rådhuset

Old Town Hall - a building from 1840, currently has representative functions. Directly next to the town hall there is Stortorget - a large market open until 14:00. There are stands with vegetables, cheese, fish and flowers in the market square.

Gamla Rådhuset
Lilla Västergatan

Lilla Västergatan

A picturesque street with colorful houses was the main street of the city in the 17th and 18th centuries.

Franciscan Monastery

The construction of the monastery was completed in the 15th century. Originally, the monastery complex consisted of four wings and a courtyard. Later, a belfry was added. After the Reformation, when the Franciscans were forced to leave the monastery, the building gradually deteriorated, serving as a hospital, poorhouse, distillery and warehouse. Until the 20th century, only the eastern wing and the Sankt Petri church survived. At the beginning of the 19th century, this part of the monastery was restored and now houses the municipal museum. The church is used for occasional exhibitions and concerts. The mayor's half-timbered house, relocated from Stora Östergatan, is nearby.

Franciscan Monastery
Kåseberga

Kåseberga

A small fishing village and a port located under the high cliffs of Skåne. Cozy cafes, galleries, smoked fish make it unique and mysterious.

Ales Stener

A stone complex located in the village of Kåseberga. It consists of 59 boulders and is 67 meters long and 19 wide. From the bird's eye view it has the shape of a boat.

Ales Stener

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