Located immediately across the channel from Copenhagen, it is easy for Malmo to slip beneath traveler’s radar. Often mistakenly hailed as little more than a suburb of Copenhagen, the city is Sweden’s third largest and boasts a rich culture of its own that is distinctly Swedish. The city is well worth a visit, and should be given ample attention. It is home to beautiful streets, aged buildings, and a wonderful cafe culture that many visitors fall in love with. I captured this photo during an early sunset in late February, just in front of the Malmo’s central train station. The golden hues of the sunset combined with the icy cold air and mixed clouds to create a vivid sunset that slowly transitioned through a wealth of amber and gold hues.
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