A visit to Malmo Recapped
Provincial Skanes' capital Malmo is known for a number of things, most of which are downright eclectic. Millions of tourists come every year to see its architectural paradoxes - from the 15th century Malmohus Castle to the twisting wonder of the Turning Torso - both of which got the world clamoring for more. Malmo is not one to disappoint, as every space is filled with surprises. Malmo is known as the City of Parks, and has one of the highest numbers of restaurants per capita in the world. Tourists enjoy a twin deal whenever they're in Malmo, as getting to neighboring Copenhagen takes only half an hour, thanks to the Oresund Bridge. Ranked 4th in the world's list of green cities, Malmo is fastly becoming a city of knowledge. The Malmo University is part of a project to revitalize the industry towards education - the city's future ventures are difficult to imagine. But before all that, enjoy the carnival rides at Folkets Park and the night scene at Lilla Torg first, and see that all that transformation is downright good.
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