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På 1600-talet lät den danske kungen Kristian IV bygga en skans som skydd mot svenskarna. Denna byggdes på av den svenske kungen Karl XII i början på 1700-talet som skydd mot danskarna, vilka misstänktes för att ha allierat sig med den ryska armén. Skansen är cirka 700 meter lång och drygt 4 meter hög. Historien vittnar om en orolig tid på Söderslätt. Området är av riksintresse. Här finns idag en vacker natur med ängsmarker vid kommunens offentliga badplats som ligger strax öster om Skåre skansar. På denna plats låg en förr välkänd naturhamn, Skårbo hamn, där större skepp ankrade. mer info: http://www.trelleborg.se/miljo-halsa/natur/kustinventering/kustinventering-bild-4/

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