This is at the very west end. The building with the flags are the cafe Gula Baskern wich
is also a theatre and a hotspot for people interested in performance art.
Many people say that the city ends when you cross this river. And that's partly true. The west ''industry land'' starts here and you'll get closer to the suburbs.
The rail turning towards the industries and the straight one even longer into the suburbs and into the land.
Here is the first look at the seaside of santa malin. Beautiful at sunset.
This area is famous for these old small houses.
In a regular european city these top residents with a seaside view would only be open for rich people. But i St Malin those houses
are rentals and open for everyone, just pay the rent.
And at the front you see a part of the many seaports.