Gamla Väster is Malmö's Old Town, the west part of the city center that is located between Stortorget and Kungsparken. Its small historical buildings host architects, art galleries, advertizing agencies, small hotels and cafés. Many houses have recently been refurbished in the late 80s and the area is once again hip. But unlike Stockholm's Old Town, there are almost no stores in Malmö's Gamla Väster.
Gamla Väster with one of its most picturesque streets, Jakob Nilsgatan. The church tower is St Petri.
Gamla Tingsrätten (lThe old Court of appeal). The new building is located opposite on the other side of the canal.
Slottsgatan separates Gamla Väster from Kungsparken.
Jakob Nilsgatan. The building to the right hosts the Lithuanian consulate.
This building is containting an architect bureau and makes me think of Greenwich Village, New York.
Engelbrektsgatan towards Gustav Adolfs Torg. The building to the left is Odd Fellowpalatset.
A nice house at Engelbrektsgatan that recalls both jugend and renaissance.
Larochegatan towards Lilla Torg.
Landbygatan towards Lilla Torg.
The atrium of the 4 star Mäster Johan Hotel.
Jöns Filsgatan with its art galleries.