56 Sights in Gothenburg, Sweden (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Gothenburg, Sweden. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 56 sights are available in Gothenburg, Sweden.

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1. Statue of Poseidon

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Poseidon with a well tub or just Poseidon is a bronze sculpture that stands at Götaplatsen in central Gothenburg. The sculpture, which depicts the sea god Poseidon, was created by Carl Milles and was inaugurated in 1931. It is one of Gothenburg's most famous landmarks.

Wikipedia: Poseidon med brunnskar (SV)

2. Museum of World Culture

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Museum of World Culture Photographer: Hélène Binet, http://www.varldskulturmuseet.se / Attribution

The National Museum of World Culture opened in Gothenburg, Sweden, in 2004. It is a part of the public authority Swedish National Museums of World Cultures and builds on the collections of the former Göteborgs Etnografiska Museum that closed down in the year 2000. Its aim is to interpret the subject of world culture in an interdisciplinary way. The museum is situated next to the Universeum science centre and the amusement park Liseberg, and close to Korsvägen. "The museum interprets the concept of world culture in a dynamic and open-ended manner. On the one hand, various cultures are incorporating impulses from each other and becoming more alike. On the other hand, local, national, ethnic and gender differences are shaping much of that process. World culture is not only about communication, reciprocity, and interdependence, but the specificity, concretion and uniqueness of each and every individual."

Wikipedia: Museum of World Culture (EN), Website

3. HMS Hugin

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HMS Hugin

HMS Hugin (P151) was the first of the 16 ships that were part of the Swedish Navy's series of Hugin-class patrol boats. Jamie was included in 5/48/18. Patrol Boat Squadron, which in turn was part of what was the 3rd Patrol Boat Squadron. Surface Warfare Flotilla. The ship was launched on 3 June 1977 but was not delivered until 3 July 1978. It served for about 22 years, including 15 years on the line. The main tasks were to be part of the invasion defense by fighting less qualified enemy naval forces, monitoring the naval territory, repelling violations, performing escort duty, and laying mines. Hugin was taken out of service on the same day as 18. The patrol boat squadron was disbanded on 30 June 2001. The ship was handed over in "as is" condition to the Gothenburg Maritime Centre, where she is moored inside her predecessor, the destroyer HMS Småland (J19).

Wikipedia: HMS Hugin (P151) (SV)

4. Stora Torp

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Stora Torp is a manor house in Örgryte, north of the Delsjö nature reserve, at Alfred Wigelius väg in Gothenburg Municipality, Sweden. The property has 9,600 square meters of area and 3,200 square meters of residential and office space. Stora Torp was originally a large country estate dating back to the 1550s. During the period 1550 to 1777 the property was called Torpit or Torpett and that "Jöns and Jon at Torpitt" were noble farmers there. They belonged to Sten Eriksson Leijonhufvud's farm Kärra, now Kärralund. After his bloody end in 1568, Kärra came to belong to his widow "Count Ebba." After "Count Ebbas", Stora Torp, like Lärjeholm, was owned by Field Marshal and Privy Councillor Herman Wrangel. The year 1625 is a year recorded in this context.

Wikipedia: Stora Torp (SV)

5. Saab J35 Draken

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The Saab 35 Draken is a Swedish fighter-interceptor developed and manufactured by Svenska Aeroplan Aktiebolaget (SAAB) between 1955 and 1974. Development of the Saab 35 Draken started in 1948 as the Swedish air force future replacement for the then also in development Saab 29 Tunnan dayfighter and Saab 32B Lansen night fighter. It featured an innovative but unproven double delta wing, which led to the creation of a sub-scale test aircraft, the Saab 210, which was produced and flown to test this previously-unexplored aerodynamic feature. The full-scale production version entered service with frontline squadrons of the Swedish Air Force on 8 March 1960. It was produced in several variants and types, most commonly as a fighter-interceptor.

Wikipedia: Saab 35 Draken (EN)

6. Kronhuset

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Kronhuset, formerly known as Giötheborgz Tyghuhs, is a redbrick building in Västra Nordstaden in Gothenburg. It was constructed during the years 1643–1654 in a Dutch style, and is Gothenburg's joint-oldest secular building along with the Torstenson Palace. The royal architect Simon de la Vallée is believed to have designed the building. The Kronhus was originally used as an arsenal for the city garrison and as a granary to store food reserves so that the city could survive a siege. On December 9, 1927, the ownership of Kronhuset passed from the Swedish state to Gothenburg Municipality. It has been a byggnadsminne, a listed building, since 24 October 1968.

Wikipedia: Kronhuset (EN)

7. Göteborgs Stadsteater

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Göteborgs Stadsteater

Gothenburg City Theatre opened in 1934 at Götaplatsen square in Gothenburg, Sweden. The theatre was designed by Swedish architect Carl Bergsten who gave the exterior a Neo-Classical look with a touch of Streamline Moderne. The critics thought it to be a too old-fashioned building – the International Style had a big breakthrough some years before at the 1930 Stockholm Exhibition. But the interiors of the building pleased the reviewers who thought the auditorium to be "intimate" and “democratic”. The theatre went through a major renovation some years ago and the auditorium was equipped with new technology and with new seats.

Wikipedia: Gothenburg City Theatre (EN)

8. Gustav II Adolfs staty

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The statue of Gustav II Adolf is a bronze statue of Bengt Erland Fogelberg, erected in 1854 on Gustaf Adolfs torg in central Gothenburg. The statue, which is Gothenburg's oldest public work of art, depicts Gustav II Adolf pointing with his right hand down to the square while looking into the distance in the other direction, and depicts the imaginary moment when the king is supposed to have pronounced "This is where the city should be!", and on a symbolic level, the statue thus represents the creation of the city of Gothenburg. The statue is placed on a high marble pedestal on top of a stepped granite foundation.

Wikipedia: Gustav II Adolfs staty, Göteborg (SV)

9. Bältespännarna

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The Knife Wrestlers is a sculpture in the style of Romantic nationalism created by the Swedish sculptor Johan Peter Molin in the middle of the 19th century. It depicts two men involved in a fight with knives. The sculpture was Molin's breakthrough work and was for some time well known in Europe. Multiple copies of the sculpture were made. Today, copies are located in Gothenburg in Bältespännarparken, in front of the Swedish National Museum in Stockholm, in Vänersborg and in Mästarnas park in Hällefors.

Wikipedia: The Knife Wrestlers (EN), Website

10. Alvsborg Fortress

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New Älvsborg, so-called to distinguish it from the earlier fortress at Old Älvsborg, is a sea fort on the island of Kyrkogårdsholmen within the urban area of modern Gothenburg, Sweden. Situated near the mouth of the Göta River, it protected what was at the time of its construction Sweden's only access to the North Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Construction began in 1653, and the fortress remained in service until 1869, though it only saw significant action in one conflict, the Great Northern War.

Wikipedia: New Älvsborg (EN)

11. Acceleration

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Acceleration is an abstract sculpture in bronze and stone by Ida Isaksson-Sillén that stands in Vasaparken, Gothenburg. The sculpture has the shape of a faceted cylinder, the lower part of which is made of stone. The upper part, which is made of bronze, has a notch that runs in a helix-shaped spiral around the cylinder. This incision accelerates in such a way that it is initially (at the bottom) wide and shallow and becomes narrower and deeper, with tighter turns, the higher up it goes.

Wikipedia: Acceleration (skulptur) (SV)

12. Havre och betong

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Havre och betong

Oats and Concrete, also known as the Horse, is a work of art in the southern part of Guldheden in Gothenburg, Sweden. It is a two-metre-high wooden horse, created by Ivar Lindekrantz, which was placed at Doktor Westrings gata in 1956 after a competition that Lindekrantz won. The horse is made of glued reddish-brown teak and oiled with linseed oil mixture, and was built according to a technique that is common in boat building, much like a barrel, but in a crawler.

Wikipedia: Havre och betong (SV)

13. Gamla Älvsborg

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Gamla Älvsborg

Älvsborg, now generally known as Old Älvsborg or Älvsborg Castle to distinguish it from the later New Älvsborg and Älvsborg Fortress, was a medieval castle situated on the rocky outcrop known as Klippan, on the south bank of the Göta Älv river within the urban area of the modern city of Gothenburg. It was demolished in the late seventeenth century, but some of its ruins are still visible today, close to the southern pylon of the Älvsborg Bridge.

Wikipedia: Old Älvsborg (EN)

14. Oscar Fredriks kyrka

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Oscar Fredrik Church is a church in Olivedal in Gothenburg, Sweden. It was drawn by Helgo Zetterwall and erected in the 1890s. Belonging to the Gothenburg Oscar Fredrik Parish of the Church of Sweden, it was opened on Easter Sunday 1893. The style is Neo Gothic, but the influence is not the Nordic gothic style but rather the style one can find in the large cathedrals in continental Europe. The church and the parish got its name from king Oscar II.

Wikipedia: Oscar Fredrik Church (EN), Website

15. Masthuggskyrkan

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Masthugg Church in Gothenburg, Sweden, was built in 1914. Its position on a high hill (Masthugget) close to the city and near the Göta älv makes it a striking sight – the church tower is 60 m (200 ft) high in itself. The church represents the National Romantic style in Nordic architecture and was designed by Sigfrid Ericson. The church, which has become one of the symbols of Gothenburg, is a popular tourist attraction.

Wikipedia: Masthugg Church (EN)

16. Lundby gamla kyrka

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The Lundby Old Church is a church in Lundby, a borough of Gothenburg, Sweden. It belongs to the parish of Lundby in the Diocese of Gothenburg. It is one of the seven preserved medieval churches in Gothenburg, and the only one of them representing Gothic architecture. It originates from the 14th century, but the bell tower had not been erected until 1634. The church has been renovated many times, most recently in 1998.

Wikipedia: Lundby Old Church (EN)

17. Karl IX:s ryttarstaty

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Karl IX's equestrian statue or "Kopparmärra" is an equestrian statue in Gothenburg, Sweden, depicting Karl IX. It was created by the sculptor and professor at the Royal Swedish Academy of Fine Arts, John Börjeson, and was inaugurated in 1904 in the middle of Östra Hamngatan at Kungsportsplatsen. In 1936 it was moved to the east side of the street, northeast of the intersection with Södra/Östra Larmgatan.

Wikipedia: Karl IX:s ryttarstaty i Göteborg (SV), Website

18. Lorensbergsteatern

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The Lorensberg Theatre is a theatre building in Gothenburg, Sweden. It has the address Karl Gerhards Plats 1 and the property designation Lorensberg 29:2. The theatre was designed by the architect Karl M. Bengtson, the stage was designed by the German C. Roeder, and was built on the initiative of and partly financed by the restaurateur Sophus Petersen, who ran the restaurant in Lorensbergsparken at the time.

Wikipedia: Lorensbergsteatern (SV)

19. Gathenhielmska Huset

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The Gathenhielmska house is a cultural memorial house in the first neighborhood Gatenhjelm at Stigbergstorget 7 in Majorna in Gothenburg. Since 1987, the house is owned by the municipality of Gothenburg. It houses a residence of 160 square meters. The house was in 1964 declared a building memory. On 10 July 1943 it was first built protection under the 1942 Law on Cultural Historically Strange Buildings.

Wikipedia: Gathenhielmska huset (SV), Website

20. Johanna

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Såningskvinnan, meaning "the sowing woman", popularly known as Johanna i Brunnsparken, is a statue of a standing woman in Gothenburg, Sweden, sculpted by Per Hasselberg in 1883. The original gypsum version of the statue remains at the Medicinal history museum of Gothenburg. Såningskvinnan is thought of as the second oldest statue in Gothenburg and its first female statue.

Wikipedia: Såningskvinnan (EN)

21. Raoul Wallenberg minnesmärke

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The Raoul Wallenberg Monument, titled In Memory of Raoul Wallenberg's Deed, was erected near the Haga Church (Hagakyrkan) in Gothenburg, Sweden. It is a 2.45 meter high monument, made partly of graphic concrete and partly of bronze, and it was created by Charlotte Gyllenhammar of Stockholm, Sweden. It was unveiled on May 25, 2007 by the UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan.

Wikipedia: Raoul Wallenberg Monument, Gothenburg (EN), Website

22. Ingo - the Champ

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Ingo – the Champ is a statue created by sculptor Peter Linde. The statue depicts the boxer Ingemar "Ingo" Johansson, who was the world champion in professional heavyweight boxing from 1959 to 1960. The statue is placed in Gothenburg outside the arena Nya Ullevi, where he defeated the then highly ranked American Eddie Machen in front of more than 53,000 spectators.

Wikipedia: Ingo - the Champ (SV)

23. Flickan och sjötrollen

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Flickan och sjötrollen

The Girl and the Sea Trolls, also known as the Wooded Fountain, is a sculpture by Ivar Johnsson, placed in 1919 on Flora's Hill in Kungsparken in central Gothenburg. The sculpture consists of a grey granite well tub in which a naked girl in diabase stands on a pillar. Around the tub there are three sea trolls. The tub was designed by architect Arvid Fuhre.

Wikipedia: Flickan och sjötrollen (SV)

24. Biskopsgårdens kyrka

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The Biskopsgården Church is a church building in the southern parts of Biskopsgården on the island of Hisingen in Gothenburg, Sweden. Belonging to the Lundby of the Church of Sweden, it was opened in 1961. It was originally called the Southern Biskopsgården Church before the Northern Biskopsgården Church was taken out of use in 2004.

Wikipedia: Biskopsgården Church (EN)

25. Universeum

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Universeum is a public science centre, zoo and public aquarium in Gothenburg, Sweden that opened in 2001. It is a part of Evenemangsstråket, the thoroughfare of events – close to Korsvägen and Skånegatan – which includes sights of interest like Scandinavium, Ullevi, Svenska Mässan, Liseberg and the Museum of World Culture.

Wikipedia: Universeum (EN), Website

26. Örgryte nya kyrka

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Örgryte nya kyrka

Örgryte new church is a church in the gothic style on Svalberget. The church is a part of the Örgryte congregation in Gothenburg. Because of the nature of the plot, the church is oriented northeast–southwest. It has a cross layout with open rafters and vaulted, pentagonal chancels. The church tower is almost 60 meters tall.

Wikipedia: Örgryte New Church (EN)

27. Rambergskyrkan

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Ramberg Church is a church building in Gothenburg, Sweden, belonging to the Ramberg Church's Mission Congregation within the Uniting Church of Sweden — formerly the Swedish Mission Church. It is located at Övre Hallegatan 27 in the district of Brämaregården on Hisingen, with the property designation Brämaregården 58:3.

Wikipedia: Rambergskyrkan (SV)

28. Kalmarsund

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HMS Kalmarsund, also known as MUL 13, was a minelayer in the Swedish Navy that entered service in 1953. The ship was called MUL 13 until 1985 when it was given its current name Kalmarsund. She was stationed on the south coast together with HMS Öresund (18). Kalmarsund is today a museum ship at the Gothenburg Maritime Centre.

Wikipedia: HMS Kalmarsund (13) (SV)

29. Stora Gårda

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Stora Gårda is a manor house in Örgryte, Gothenburg, Sweden, which has a long history. The Swedish National Heritage Board has noted "Medieval, Nyare tid" for the buildings on the site where Stora Gårda Herrgård still stands today. The oldest entry so far can be found in Gustaf Olofsson Stenbock's land register of 1550.

Wikipedia: Stora Gårda (SV)

30. Tyska kyrkan

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The German Church, also called Christinae Church, is church located in the city centre of Gothenburg, Sweden. Named after Queen Christina, it was inaugurated in 1748, and used by the German and Dutch congregation in Gothenburg. The church contains a 42-bell carillon, which was cast by the Bergholtz Bellfoundry in 1961.

Wikipedia: German Church, Gothenburg (EN), Website

31. Vasakyrkan

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The Vasa Church is a church in Gothenburg, Sweden. It is located in the area of Vasastaden, between Hvitfeldtska gymnasiet and Vasaparken. It was founded in 1909 and is built in a Neo-Romanesque style, of granite that was brought from Bohuslän. It underwent major renovations during 1999 and 2000.

Wikipedia: Vasa Church, Gothenburg (EN), Website

32. Barken Viking

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Barken Viking

Viking is a four-masted steel barque, built in 1906 by Burmeister & Wain in Copenhagen, Denmark. She is reported to be the biggest sailing ship ever built in Scandinavia. In the 21st century her sailing days have drawn to a close, and she is now moored as a botel in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Wikipedia: Viking (barque) (EN)

33. Jonas Alströmer

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Jonas Alströmer's statue is a statue in Gothenburg, Sweden, depicting the Swedish industrialist Jonas Alströmer. It was created by the sculptor and professor at the Royal Swedish Academy of Fine Arts, John Börjeson, and was unveiled on 28 December 1905 at Lilla Torget.

Wikipedia: Jonas Alströmers staty (SV)

34. Annedalskyrkan

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The Annedal Church is a church building in Annedal in Gothenburg, Sweden. Belonging to the Gothenburg Annedal Parish of the Church of Sweden, construction begun in 1908 and the church was opened on Thanksgiving Day, 25 September 1910 by bishop Edvard Herman Rodhe.

Wikipedia: Annedal Church (EN), Website

35. Carl Johans kyrka

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Carl Johan Church is a Church of Sweden parish church on Sagberget, in Gothenburg. The church, designed by Fredrik Blom, is named after King Charles XIV John, who a year before the opening ceremony in 1826 was on a visit to the nearby porter brewery at Klippan.

Wikipedia: Carl Johan Church (EN)

36. De tre vingarna

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De tre vingarna Alexander Calder Eva Ekeblad / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Three Wings is a sculpture by Alexander Calder, erected on August 31, 1967 in front of the Art Museum at Götaplatsen in Gothenburg. The sculpture was moved in 1979 to its current location at the cultural centre Blå stället in the centre of Angered.

Wikipedia: De tre vingarna (SV)

37. Kärra kyrka

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Kärra Church, until 2001 Kärra Chapel, is a church building that since 2010 belongs to Tuve-Säve parish in the Diocese of Gothenburg. It is located in the Kärra district of Gothenburg Municipality. North of the church is a parish hall built in 1978.

Wikipedia: Kärra kyrka (SV)

38. Röda sten

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Röda Sten is an area in the Sandarna district of the Port of Gothenburg. It is located under the southern abutment of the Älvsborg Bridge on Södra Älvstranden in direct connection to the Klippan area. The postal address of the area is "Röda Sten".

Wikipedia: Röda sten (SV)

39. Göteborgs moské

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Gothenburg Mosque is a mosque located at the foot of Ramberget on Hisingen in Gothenburg, Sweden. The construction of the mosque was entirely funded by Saudi Arabia and is run by the Swedish Muslim Foundation (SMS). It was inaugurated 16 June 2011.

Wikipedia: Gothenburg Mosque (EN)

40. Stora Katrinelund

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Stora Katrinelund

Stora Katrinelund is a country house in Burgårdsparken in Gothenburg, Sweden, just east of Katrinelund High School, dating back to the 1600s. Landeriet has been owned and managed by the wholly-owned municipal real estate company Higab since 1991.

Wikipedia: Stora Katrinelund (SV)

41. Smyrnakyrkan

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The Smyrna Church in Gothenburg is the second largest congregation in the Swedish Pentecostal Movement, with 3,356 members (2023). The congregation is a member of the Pentecostal Church and is part of the Gothenburg Christian Cooperation Council.

Wikipedia: Smyrnakyrkan i Göteborg (SV)

42. Sankta Birgittas kapell

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St. Birgitta's Chapel is a church building belonging to Carl Johan's parish in the Diocese of Gothenburg. It is located in Klippan in the Majorna district of Gothenburg Municipality. It is one of the diocese's most popular wedding churches.

Wikipedia: Sankta Birgittas kapell, Göteborg (SV)

43. Sölve

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HSwMS Sölve is one of seven Hildur-class monitors built for the Swedish Navy in the mid-1870s. The ship had an uneventful career and was sold in 1919 for conversion into a barge. She became a museum ship in Gothenburg, Sweden, in 1992.

Wikipedia: HSwMS Sölve (EN)

44. Mariakyrkan

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St. Mary's Church, formerly the Poorhouse Church, is a church building and parish house located in the district of Stampen, eastern part of central Gothenburg. It belongs to the Cathedral Parish of Gothenburg and the Church of Sweden.

Wikipedia: Mariakyrkan, Göteborg (SV)

45. Incantatio

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Incantatio is a sculpture created in 1992 by Roland Borén, placed in front of the entrance to Artisten, a building used by the Academy of Music and Drama at the University of Gothenburg. It is made of welded, lacquered sheet steel.

Wikipedia: Incantatio (skulptur) (SV)

46. Solringen

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The Sun Ring is a sculpture in aluminum bronze and granite by Claes Hake. The 4.4-metre-high ring was placed in 1993 in Renströmsparken in front of the Humanisten University building and the University Library in Gothenburg.

Wikipedia: Solringen (SV)

47. Brämaregårdens kyrka

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Brämaregården's church, formerly Brämaregården's chapel, is a church building that since 2010 belongs to Lundby parish in Gothenburg diocese. It is located in the district of Brämaregården in Gothenburg municipality.

Wikipedia: Brämaregårdens kyrka (SV)

48. Genom arbete i arbete

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Genom arbete i arbete

Through Work in Work is a sculpture group, made by Sam Westerholm, at Olof Palme's place at Järntorget in Gothenburg. It was inaugurated in September 1986 by Stig Malm in connection with a Nordic workers' conference.

Wikipedia: Genom arbete i arbete (SV)

49. Hagakyrkan

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The Haga Church is a church building located in Gothenburg, Sweden. Belonging to the Gothenburg Haga Parish within the Diocese of Gothenburg of the Church of Sweden, it was opened on Advent Sunday, 27 November 1859.

Wikipedia: Haga Church (EN)

50. Björlanda kyrka

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The Björlanda Church is a medieval church in Björlanda, Gothenburg Municipality, western Sweden. It is located on the Hisingen island and belongs to the parish of Torslanda-Björlanda in the Diocese of Gothenburg.

Wikipedia: Björlanda Church (EN)

51. Lundby nya kyrka

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Lundby New Church is a church building belonging to Lundby Parish in the Diocese of Gothenburg. It is located in the Sannegården district of Gothenburg Municipality. The name has been used on two church buildings.

Wikipedia: Lundby nya kyrka (SV)

52. Fredrikshamns skans

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Fredrikshamns skans

Frederikshavn Redoubt is a redoubt on the island of Hisingen in Gothenburg, Sweden, which protected a bridge abutment to a temporary bridge that had been driven by Norwegian troops over to the Swedish side.

Wikipedia: Fredrikshamns skans (SV)

53. Oscar II:s fort

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Älvsborg Fortress, with its main facility Oscar II's Fort built 1899–1907, is a now-defunct Swedish fortification located at the mouth of the Göta River in the Älvsborg district of Gothenburg, Sweden.

Wikipedia: Älvsborg Fortress (EN), Website

54. Shoreline-Stenen

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The Shoreline memorial is a monument located in Slottsskogen, a large park in central Gothenburg, Sweden. The installation commemorates the location of the final reunion of the band Broder Daniel in 2008.

Wikipedia: Shoreline memorial (EN)

55. Gibraltar Herrgård

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Gibraltar Herrgård

Gibraltar, or Gibraltar mansion, was a mansion in Örgryte parish in Gothenburg and has given its name to Gibraltargatan. The mansion and associated land were acquired by the City of Gothenburg in 1876.

Wikipedia: Gibraltar (herrgård) (SV)

56. Pennsylvaniamonumentet

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The Pennsylvania monument, also the new Swedish monument or the Delawarestenen, is a monument that was inaugurated in 1937. The monument is in the Old Varvsparken at the Maritime Museum in Gothenburg.

Wikipedia: Pennsylvaniamonumentet (SV)


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