Take a trip to Sweden and discover Malmköping, a charming community in the middle of Södermåland with over 2,000 inhabitants. Archaeological traces of settlements dating back 5,000 years have already been found there, but the town was founded and grew most from the 18th century to the 1920s, when Södermanland's regiments used Malma Hed as a training ground. Plevnahöjden, is named after a Bulgarian town Pleven, where trenches were used for the first time - a concept taken up by the Swedish army and tested at Plevnahöjden.
The oldest parts of the Malma Church date from the 13th century. The church is relatively central. In addition, there is the Home Museum, Malmahed Museum and Tramway Museum to visit. An obvious destination on a self-drive holiday to Sweden.
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