National Awareness of Tectonically Unique and Rare Environments

Malmö is a municipality in Skåne County in South Sweden. It was officially converted into a municipality in 1971, which now it is known as Malmö stad (City of Malmö). Malmö is considered as the third largest city in Sweden and the most densely populated area in Scandinavia. It is considered as one of the 7th-most bicycle friendly city in the world. The total population, estimated in march 2015, was approximately 319,246.

The Öresund Bridge (as shown in the pictures above) is the longest combined road and rail bridge in Europe, and connects two major metropolitan areas: Copenhagen, the Danish capital city, and the major Swedish city of Malmö. The Öresund Bridge is a double-track railway and motorway bridge. The bridge runs nearly 8 kilometers from Malmö to Copenhagen. The crossing of the strait is completed by a 4 km underwater tunnel.

The bridge was proposed and calculated around 1936. The construction of the Øresund Bridge, which was constructed by: Hochtief, Skanska, Højgaard & Schultz and Monberg & Thorsen, began in 1995, and was finished 14 August 1999, however it was officially opened on 1 July 2000.

  • This is one of my favorite places because the view is so beautiful and you can feel so comfortable just by sitting there by the sea and the only thing you are able to hear is the sea. Though the place is just average yet it's perfect for a day out to take pictures.

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Welcome to the N.A.T.U.R.E blog, you are warmly welcome to explore Malmö, and even the cities nearby with me. However, before starting lets define and see what the word "Nature" actually means. "Nature is the physical world and everything in it (such as plants, animals, mountains, oceans, stars, etc.) that is not made by people." -Dictionary. The reason for why I looked into the meaning is because I believe that it is important to know the real meaning of the word. As you can see, the main idea of the blog is to show the hidden and normal places up to the world because we only see what is in front of us, but have we really tried to really look deeper?

"There is a way that nature speaks, that land speaks. Most of the time we are simply not patient enough, quiet enough, to pay attention to the story.” -Unknown. We often just walk by from home to school or vice versa, but have you ever actually looked around you and thought with yourself "Wow this view is amazing?" Even though the place is just normal, average looking, but you look closely and see another face, another beauty?

I fall in love with the smallest details I see as I walk my way to school and back home. I see the beauty of the nature we live in. Which therefore I'd love to share some of the natural beauty that I see, perhaps you aswell can see it and relate to it.


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