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Coordinates: 55°36′00″N13°05′55″E / 55.60000°N 13.09861°E / 55.60000; 13.09861 Coordinates: 55°36′00″N13°05′55″E / 55.60000°N 13.09861°E / 55.60000; 13.09861
Country Sweden
Province Skåne
County Skåne County
Municipality Malmö Municipality
Borough of Malmö Husie
 (1 January 2011) [1]
Time zone UTC+1 (CET)
  Summer (DST) UTC+2 (CEST)

Toftanäs is a neighbourhood of Malmö, situated in the Borough of Husie, Malmö Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden.

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