I made a bike ride some days ago through to photograph the autumn in Malmö from the 3 largest parks of Malmö.
From the other side of Pildammsparken you can see the skyline of Sweden´s tallest residental skyscrapers: Turning Torso(190m, here still under construction) and Kronprinsen(83m).
Panorama of The lake with Kronprinsen, Turning Torso and Pildammstornet.
Pildammstornet, a former water tower, is home to many art exhibitions.
The tall Hilton hotel is mirroring in the lake of Pildammsparken.
Towards the new university building belonging to Malmö Högskola in marble and building belonging to the hospital.
Autumn in Pildammsparken.
Queen Silvia's garden.
A pound in Pildammsparken with a wellknown female statue.
The highrises of Borgmästargården and Annebergsgården have 17 floors each and are visible behind the lake of Pildammsparken.
The old water tower can be seen in the distance from the symmetric "tree boulevard".
Tallriken, "the plate". A huge circular place with high perfectly cut trees surrounding it, popular for picnics and events. A light show is taking place during midsummer.
Margaretapaviljongen. The pavilion is a memory of the Baltic exhibition and is named after the crown princess Margareta who helped the famous architect Ferdinand Boberg
with the exhibition.
The west entrance to Pildammsparken.
Malmö Opera and Music Theater is situated right next to Pildammsparken. Note the sculpture with fireflames in front of it. "Black Silk" is an opera based on Nighwish's music.
Next: Slottsparken and Kungsparken