Vombsjön and its surroundings: Övedskloster, Harlösa
Vombsjön is a lake situated some kilometers east of Lund, close to the localities Sjöbo, Harlösa and Veberöd. The monastery and village Övedskloster is very close to the lake.
The parking lot next to Övedskloster.
Övedskloster is the former cloister close to Vombsjön's eastern shoreline, that was founded by archbishop Eskil from Lund in the 12th century. On the backside the gardens are open to public. It was inspired by French monasteries and is considered to be the foremost example of Swedish Rococo.
The garden of Övedskloster, inspired by Versailles.
The lake of Vombsjön:
Vombsjön is the lake were the city of Malmö takes its drinking water.
In the small locality/village of Harlösa (742 inhabitants), near Vombsjön, there is a very funny vintage BP gas station, with old Swedish cars, or at least parts of them. It is now a car repair shop.
A part of an old Volvo Amazon police car.
Parts of a Volvo Amazon and a Ford Taunus.
The road from Vomb to Malmö: