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Ronneby Brunnspark

Ronneby Brunnspark

A beautiful, award winning park and a living cultural reserve. The park in itself feels like a health cure. There are alot of acitivities throughout the whole year; the charming Café Mandeltårtan, a flea market, music events and festivals. In the 1870s a spring in the park became very popular to drink from, and people from the whole country started travelling to Ronneby Brunnspark to drick from the spring as a way to improve their health. Still today, visitors come to Ronneby Brunspark for the same reason; to feel good.
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Ronneby Bruk

Ronneby Bruk

The Ronneby area has a rich tradition of producing cast iron cookware. This tradition is still vivid, and is carried on by Ronneby Bruk and the production of thin wall cast iron products. The product mix consists of traditionally sandmoulded cast iron as well as the more recent lightweight cast iron cookware. If you like cast iron, this is a mecca, but there is also a range of other exclusive products. From copper to knives and poslin. A factory shop filled with great prices.
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Treasures from Vång - Blekinge Museum

Treasures from Vång - Blekinge Museum

A spectacular archaeological find made in the village of Västra Vång, Ronneby, in 2013, which meant that the map of southern Sweden in the Iron Age had to be redrawn. You can find the exhibition "Skatterna från Vång" at Blekinge Museum in Karlskrona, where you can see 29 gold figurines, a bronze head, gold spirals, Viking coins and much, much more from the burial site in the municipality of Ronneby. The third biggest find of gold figurines in Sweden and archaeologists can see influences from both Celtic and Roman culture in the molded bronze heads.
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Porcelain museum

Porcelain museum

A unique porcelain exhibition in the former premises om Karlskrona Porcelain factory. In the exhibition you can see the production from 1918-1968. In 1942, the factory was purchased by Uppsala-Ekeby AB. In conjunction with the new employees, the share value was increased and the factory also got new and more artistic leaders. The factory's golden years were during the 1950s when they exported a lot of products, this had been done in the 1930s too, but because of the Second World War it was a break. As the standard of living and consumption increased during the 1950s, production on porcelain also increased, which also contributed to the golden age of porcelain. Season open. It is possible to order private viewing through pre-booking by contacting the museum.
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