Several of the buildings that remain in the area today constitute physical traces of Nyhamnen’s history as a food management harbour. Saltimporten (where salt was loaded and unloaded) and the grain silos at Hullkajen are good examples.
Together, these buildings form a picture of Malmö’s role as a regional center in a fertile agricultural district, and of the increasing centralization and reorganization of society.
|Date when image were taken:||1983-08|
|Archive collection:||Hamndirektionen i Malmö|
|Folders:||archival collections / 00570, The harbor administration|