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This article is about Lunds kommun in the region of Skåne in Sweden.
For Lunds kommun in the region of Vestlandet in Norway see Municipality:Lund, Vestlandet.
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The municipality of Lund in the region of Skåne
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Coat of arms of Lund
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Number of zones349
Maximum PPH1455
Last updated2022-02-05

Lund is a municipality in the region of Skåne in Sweden. The municipality has approximately 127,100 inhabitants and is located in the province of Scania (in Swedish Skåne).

The municipality is part of Metropolitan Malmö and the Öresund Region, and is the seat of Lund University with associated departments such as Faculty of Engineering (LTH), Lund University.


The municipality is located in the southwestern parts of the province of Scania (in Swedish Skåne) and adjacent municipalities are Sjöbo in the east, Skurup in the southeast, Svedala and Staffanstorp in the southwest, Lomma in the west, Kävlinge in the northwest and Eslöv in the northeast, all in the former Malmöhus county.

Urban areas

The urban area of Lund is the municipality's central town. Other urban areas in the municipality are Dalby, Genarp, Revingeby, Stångby, Södra Sandby, Torna Hällestad, Vallkärra och Veberöd.


There are 349 turf zones in the municipality of Lund, one of which is counted as a train station zone, one national park zone, three monument zones, nine holy zones, five bridge zones and one castle zone.

The most taken zone is ClemenZone which is located on Clemenstorget just east of Lund Central Station in central Lund.

Year in parentheses indicates year of creation.

Zontyp04.png Train station zones

Zontyp05.png National park zones

Zontyp06.png Monument zones

Zontyp07.png Holy zones

Zontyp09.png Bridge zones

Zontyp10.png Castle zones

Other zones

Updated: 2022-02-05


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