Burlöv Municipality is a municipality in Skåne County in southern Sweden, just north of Malmö. Its seat is located in Arlöv, a community which for geographical and statistical purposes is seen as a part of Malmö .The municipality is one of only a few in Sweden, and the only one in Scania, which still contains only the original municipal entity created from the old parish in 1863 and has not been amalgamated. It is the second smallest municipality by area in the country .GeographyThe municipality has no forests, lakes, or streams, but has an abundance of high-voltage power grids, highways and railroads, as it is on the main line from Malmö to northern Sweden. Like the rest of Scania, much land is used for agriculture and there are several old farms, mills and other sights from the last centuries in the vicinity.DemographyThe population of Burlöv Municipality increased with almost 1,000 people between 1986 and 2003, but it decreased last year. The largest part of the population increase has been due to high birth rates. Moving rates have played a small part, and is rather equalled, where - as is normal in smaller communities - young people move out and families with children move in.Urban areasThere are three urban areas (also called a tätort or locality) in Burlöv Municipality, including Arlöv, which statistically is a part of Malmö (*). Malmö is mostly located in Malmö Municipality but a part of it sprawls into Burlöv Municipality.
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