Kulturen in Lund is an open-air museum covering two blocks in the central part of Lund, Sweden. It includes around 30 historical buildings in various styles such as half-timbered, timbered and brick-built. Aside from exploring the buildings from a historical perspective, visitors can also enjoy exhibitions about life in southern Sweden from the Middle Ages up until today. A current example is the topical exhibition Hela världen brinner (The whole world is on fire) about courage and fear in times of war. “Author Astrid Lindgren’s diaries from World War II make the starting point, along with interviews with people who have experienced war today.”

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