Falkenberg is a city in Sweden, in the Halland county, located at the mouth of the Etran River. It was first mentioned in writing at the end of the 13th century. Until 1645, the city, like the rest of Halland, was part of Denmark. The attraction of the city is the museum Törngrens krukmakeri, the oldest pottery workshop in Europe. The population of the city is 25,000 people.