Landskrona is located about 44 km north of Malmo. It is a medieval town founded by King Eric VII of Pomerania in early 15th century. Originally part of Denmark, Landskrona came under Swedish control in 1720. In 1549, the Danish King Christian III built the Landskrona Citadel, which includes a very well-preserved moat system, a castle, a park and allotments areas. Its seaside location makes it even more unique.
The allotment houses are also very well preserved until this day.