Cultural environments, World heritage, Archipelago | The Drottningskär Citadel - This citadel from the seventeenth century, is considered to be one of the most remarkable of Sweden’s historic fortifications.
Churches, World heritage | The building of The Fredrik's church started in 1720 after drawings from the most famous architect at that point in Sweden, Nicodemus Tessin the younger.
Cultural environments, World heritage | Two sea forts Godnatt och Kurrholmen were build during 1857-63.
Cultural environments, World heritage | The King's Bridge and the Bastillion Aurora. When the most frequently way to Karlskrona was by water, Kungsbron was the front door to the city.
Cultural environments, Parks & Nature, World heritage [...] | Kungsholm's fortress is one of the old fortifications on the southern fairway into Karlskrona.
Cultural environments, World heritage | Two sea forts Godnatt and Kurrholmen were build during 1857-1863.
Cultural environments, World heritage | The Crown Mill in Lyckeby
Places of interest, Museums, Group & Conference [...] | In 1996, the house was declared a heritage building The photographer and filmmaker, Anders Abrahamsson, together with the Coppersmith, Michaela Ivarsdotter, The Södööska gårdens...
Cultural environments, World heritage | The Great Square is one of Europe's largest and most beautiful city squares.
Cultural environments, World heritage | The pulse of history is heard clearly over the island, which once was a warehouse for the sailing fleet's food supply
Cultural environments, World heritage | Sweden's most glorious fleet was built in the old shipyard.
Cultural environments, World heritage | Karlskrona's beautiful town hall is located on the Main Square, opposite the grand The Fredrik Church (Fredrikskyrkan).