Ystad


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Ystad

(ü`städ), city (1990 pop. 15,670), Malmöhus co., S Sweden, a seaport on the Baltic Sea. It is a commercial and industrial center and a popular summer resort. Iron, steel, and dairy products are produced. At Ystad in 1799, Gustavus IV issued his declaration of war against Napoleon I.
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Cyfle i ymlwybro o amgylch yr ystad 800 erw ac edmygu'r coed deri hynafol dros 500 mlwydd oed.
MAE'R "trawsnewid anhygoel" ar ystad o dai yn Llandudno wedi cael ei ddisgrifio fel esiampl i weddill Cymru.
A Delegation of Swedish National Courts Administration with associates from district courts in Ystad and Malmo paid a working visit to the Basic Court in Bijeljina.
The Byggmax Group, which consists of Byggmax, Buildor and Skanska Byggvaror, currently has 82 stores in Sweden from Ystad to Lulea.
| Sara Louise Treharne, 28, from Ystad Celyn in Maesteg, was fined PS100 for speeding.
In the south Ystad Studios hosts both the Swedish and British versions of "Wallander." There's another studio in the north, in the city of Lulea, and two studios in the west.
Wallander: Collected Films -Episodes 27-32, PS29.99 THE concluding six feature-length episodes of the acclaimed Swedish crime drama pile on the emotional woe for jaded police detective Kurt Wallander (Krister Henriksson), who investigates grisly crimes in the town of Ystad, aided by his troubled daughter Linda (Charlotta Jonsson).
You don't need to be a DCI to spot the link between these crimes because this is Ystad, murder capital of Sweden, with a death rate matched only by our own county of Midsomer.