Lasse-Maja Cave or Stora Lassa Kammare has an exciting story to tell. In this cave, the people in Klövdala village sought refuge from the Danes in 1612. According to
Experience the feeling of riding the classic orange-yellow rail buses that breathe 50s between Virserum and Åseda. Enjoy the nostalgia environments and have a coffee with seven
7 km long and 891 millimeters wide, it stretches from the forests of Småland in the west, past lakes, small communities and agriculture to the archipelago landscape in
In Dackegrottan, according to legend, the wounded Nils Dacke was hidden away from Gustav Vasa's troops. Nils Dacke led the Småland farmers during the uprising against Gustav Vasa. With
Oscar Hedström was one of the founders of the Indian motorcycle. He was the chief engineer. Oscar Hedström built the first prototype in 1901. He was good as a designer, which
Five kilometers northeast of Målilla, at the fall of Silverån is the village Hagelsrum. There are the remains of Hagelsrum's third and final blast furnace. The blast furnace was built in 1748. At that time
According to the Technical Museum's yearbook 2014, Fröåsa is the oldest preserved in Sweden. Therefore, this visit destination is of national interest. Fröåsa hand-paper mill was the first industry in the countryside in 1802. It
Fröreda Storegård from the 1700th century is one of Kalmar County's architectural monuments. The farm complex with its retained building condition which clearly shows the character of a Småland farming village from the 1700th century
Between Långeruda and Ekeflod just outside Virserum are seven large Iron Age tombs. The tomb is located on a plateau between Långeruda and Ekeflo villages and includes seven tombs.
The tomb field consists of two piles and three paving, erected during the Iron Age. On one of the piles there is a little more than two meters of raised stone and three paving stones. During this time was burnt
At Blaxhult there is an ancient castle from the Iron Age and on the ridge below the mountain are four burial mounds, of which the oldest is from the younger Stone Age. In one of the graves there is a 3,5
The Björneström community came about thanks to the mill. It was here that the Virserum countryside furniture industry grew during the latter part of the 1800th century. Society reflects the turn of the century.
Galleri Kopparslagaren, Rallarstugan and Glaspellehuset are some of the culturally historically valuable environments in the neighborhood. Along Storgatan in central Hultsfred there is a settlement with large single-
The unspoilt village of Visböle is a typical village from the 1700th century farming landscape. The dwelling houses were built as large two-storey houses close to one another on a hill and between them runs