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It may be an architectural wonder but I was not impressed when I visited. The building was located on a nondescript road in Malmo. There was nothing around it to enhance the visit. No information, no viewing from inside.
This building in the town of Malmoe, Sweden is just amazing. This site is just 20 minutes by train from Copenhagen. This building consists mainly of condos and offices. Unfortunately you can not enter the building but the view from outside is just amazing.
Icon of Malmo and also Scandinavia, this is a great achievement and master of modern building and architectural creation. It really good to see this turning torso from the distances, where the shape of turning torso will be beautifully presented. This building is residential and...More
Like the Oresund Bridge, this is another prime example of modern Swedish engineering. Not only must it be difficult to design, but also it must be difficult to construct. I looked closely at the exterior panels that connect to clad the building. Where does the...More
The Turning Torso is a well pictures building that signifies Malmo’s redeveloped area.
It is a great building to go and look at, but sadly it is a private block, so visitors hoping to be able to go to the top to get views will...More
Response from 594priyankab | Reviewed this property |
Yes you can but not for the full year. It is opened only for a month or so. Local people say that it would have had been nicer if there was a restaurant on the top, but there isn't. What you get is the view. If I would be... More
Yes you can but not for the full year. It is opened only for a month or so. Local people say that it would have had been nicer if there was a restaurant on the top, but there isn't. What you get is the view. If I would be you, I would take a binoculars with me even though there might be something available inside at the building such as a standing binocular, but I am not aware of the latter. Happy visit.