The common opinion is that Scania is one of the flattest parts of Sweden. It’s probably true but I know there to be places that are quite the opposite. Take my hometown of Lund for example. Did you know that, between its lowest point at Klostergården to its highest point at Norra Fäladen, Lund is the town with the biggest difference of height in all of Sweden?
Well, enough talk about the “mountains” of Scania. The photo below shows the stereotype picture of Scania: a flat landscape that just seems to go on until it disappears in the horizon. Mostly it shows power lines though;).