Gothenburg Concert Hall
Gothenburg Concert Hall is located in Gothenburg, Sweden, and was built in 1935. The architect for the facility was Nils Einar Ericsson, a major advocate of Functionalism. However, the Concert Hall ha...
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Gamla Ullevi
Gamla Ullevi is a football stadium in Gothenburg, Sweden, that opened on 5 April 2009. The stadium replaced the city's previous main football stadium, also called Gamla Ullevi, and is the home ground...
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Skansen Kronan
Skansen Kronan is a redoubt in the district of Haga of Gothenburg, Sweden. Skansen Kronan was built in the later half of the 17th century according to the plans of Erik Dahlberg. Skansen Kronan was i...
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Götheborg (ship)
Götheborg is a sailing replica of an 18th-century Swedish East Indiaman and the world's largest operational wooden sailing vessel. All sailors survived when the original ship sank off Gothenburg, Swed...
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Gothenburg Book Fair
The Gothenburg Book Fair (also known as Göteborg Book Fair, Bok & Bibliotek, Bok- och biblioteksmässan or Bokmässan) is an annual event held in Gothenburg, Sweden, since 1985. It started primarily...
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Torslanda Church
11°46′8.6″E / 57.7250417°N 11.769056°E / 57.7250417; 11.769056The Torslanda Church (Swedish: Torslanda kyrka) is a medieval church in Gothenburg, Sweden. It is located on the ...
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Göteborgs Konsthall
Göteborgs Konsthall is a center for contemporary art in Gothenburg (Göteborg), Sweden, showing both Swedish and international art. It is placed in a classicistic building from 1923 at Götaplatsen in t...
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Vinga (Gothenburg)
Vinga is a small island ten nautical miles outside Gothenburg's harbour entrance in Sweden. The 19th century Vinga Lighthouse is famous not only as a beacon in the waterway of the Swedish west coast, ...
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Ullevi
Ullevi (sometimes given as Nya Ullevi: New Ullevi) is a multi-purpose stadium in Gothenburg, Sweden. It was built for the 1958 FIFA World Cup, but since then Ullevi has also hosted the 1995 World Cham...
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Gothenburg Botanical Garden
The Gothenburg Botanical Garden (Swedish: Göteborgs botaniska trädgård) is located in Gothenburg, Sweden, and is one of the leading botanical gardens in Europe.
It was planned by the city coun...
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Haga, Gothenburg
Haga is a city district in Gothenburg, Sweden, renowned for its picturesque wooden houses, 19th century-atmosphere and cafés. Originally a working class suburb of the city with a rather bad reputation...
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Götaplatsen
Götaplatsen is a public square in Gothenburg, Sweden, at the southern end of Avenyn, the city's main boulevard. The square was inaugurated when Gothenburg held a major international industrial exhibit...
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Valand School of Fine Arts
11°58′21″E / 57.70033°N 11.97259°E / 57.70033; 11.97259Valand Academy (Swedish: Akademin Valand) is a school for film, photography, literary composition and fine art at th...
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AtmosFear (Liseberg)
AtmosFear is a 116-metre-tall (381 ft) drop tower located in Liseberg amusement park in Gothenburg, Sweden, and is the tallest drop tower in Europe. AtmosFear is designed by Intamin and drops rid...
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Oscar Fredrik Church
Oscar Fredrik Church (Swedish: Oscar Fredriks kyrka) is a church in Olivedal in Gothenburg, Sweden. It was drawn by Helgo Zetterwall and erected in the 1890s. Belonging to the Gothenburg Oscar Fre...
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Kungsportsavenyn
Avenyn (English: The Avenue; formally Kungsportsavenyen, (en. "Kingsgate Avenue")) is the main boulevard of Gothenburg, Sweden. Designed in the mid 19th century as the first middle-class residenti...
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Museum of World Culture
The national Museum of World Culture opened in Gothenburg, Sweden, in 2004. Its aim is to interpret the subject of world culture in an interdisciplinary way. The museum is situated next to the Univers...
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Lisebergbanan
Lisebergbanan is a steel roller coaster at the Liseberg amusement park in Gothenburg, Sweden. It opened in 1987.The ride's name literally means "Liseberg rail line" and the station is themed to a rail...
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Kungsportsavenyen
Avenyn (English: The Avenue; formally Kungsportsavenyen, (en. "Kingsgate Avenue")) is the main boulevard of Gothenburg, Sweden. Designed in the mid 19th century as the first middle-class residenti...
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Vasaparken, Gothenburg
Vasaparken is a park in Vasastaden, Gothenburg, Sweden. The University of Gothenburg's main building is located on the northern part of the park. 11°58′18″E / 57.69806°N 11.97167°E...
Gothenburg stave church
The stave church of Gothenburg (Swedish: Brädekyrkan i Göteborg), was Gothenburg's first church building and one of its first buildings constructed since its city plan was drawn up. Completed in 1621 ...
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Säve Church
11°55′07″E / 57.80278°N 11.91861°E / 57.80278; 11.91861The Säve Church (Swedish: Säve kyrka) is a medieval church in Gothenburg. It is located on the Hisingen island and belon...
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Helix (roller coaster)
Helix is a steel roller coaster located at Liseberg in Gothenburg, Sweden. The ride, built by Mack Rides, features two linear synchronous motor launches and has a top speed of 100 km/h (62 mph). It fe...
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