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Emporia Shopping Center, Malmo

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  • Malmo, I believe, is a very good city to live in. The excellent transport system, cared urban spaces and architecture, lots of parks, the seaside, job opportunities, and the proximity to Copenhagen... 
    Malmo, I believe, is a very good city to live in. The excellent transport system, cared urban spaces and architecture, lots of parks, the seaside, job opportunities, and the proximity to Copenhagen...  more »
  • Though it is a big shopping mall with many shops, still there is no good shops with cloths, handbags, shoes, etc. We were shocked to find only 2 handbag shops in the entire shopping mall. What we see....  more
    Though it is a big shopping mall with many shops, still there is no good shops with cloths, handbags, shoes, etc. We were shocked to find only 2 handbag shops in the entire shopping mall. What we see....  more »
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  • The building itself is beautiful, and it's located right next to a train station and an arena. You can go there for the scenic visage and location alone. If you enjoy wind and the distinct lack of anything but sand to the left of the building. The main issue is the internal structure of the building. - You are essentially stuck to learning the colour code (good luck if you are colour blind) to find your way out or to a store within reasonable time. Maps help, but it's not really making it faster. - if you actually need to use the elevators you have to stand in like after tens of others since it's one single person elevator near every set of stairs. - if you consider using the escalators instead, they are very slim on space, making it feel high and rickety. I fell down here and injured myself despite standing completely still, and that experience stayed with me. - outside of the stores, the pathways are chaotic for anyone easily stressed out. It seems really difficult to provide resting areas people actually use when the path, in both directions, is completely filled with people walking in either direction of the mob. I do like the individual stores, but as a shopping centre it's very flawed if you spend more energy trying to maneuver the floors than enjoying the time spent. They do have toilets.
  • Much people, hard to navigate but lot of shops

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