Svenskehusene (the Swedish houses) on Bornholm are 300 prefabricated wooden houses from 1945. There are two types of houses: single-storey bungalows and two-storey villas. All the houses are in characteristic pastel colours, blue, green, yellow, grey, rose-pink. Neighbouring houses are almost never of the same colour.
Svenskehusene can be found in Rønne, to the west, and Nexø, to the east, in clearly defined residential areas. In Rønne, 225 houses were constructed, creating five new neighbourhoods of this type of buildings – from Lærkevej, to the north, to Bellmansvej, to the south. In north-western Nexø, 75 houses form two neighbourhoods around a street called Paradisvej.