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Guldhedstornet was built in 1953, designed by architect Nils Einar Eriksson. It is a water tower that serves 10 percent of ... More
Guldhedstornet was built in 1953, designed by architect Nils Einar Eriksson. It is a water tower that serves 10 percent of Gothenburg's population. The tower itself isn't very high (130 metres), but it stands on a hill and therefore commands a great view of the city. When the weather is clear, you can see all the way out to Vinga, in the west. If you get hungry, there is a cafe in the tower. To get there take tram 6 from Brunnsparken to the final stop, Dr. Sydows gata. Or take bus 51 from Korsvägen to Syster Estrids gata. You can also go by car; parking is available.
The collections at the Göteborgs Konstmuseum consists mainly of Nordic art from the 15th to 20th centuries, including paintings by
Ivar Arsosenius and Krogh. There are also works by other European artists such as Manet, Monet and Van Gogh. ...
The Skansen Krona fortress was built in 1641. The fortress' main purpose was to scare off the Danes, and it
was also known as Juteskrämman (the Dane Scare). It was completed in 1695. Skansen Krona is built on a ...
Feskekörka the “Fish Church” is a market hall for seafood built in 1874. The building is reminiscent of a church,
hence the name. Fresh fish is slightly more expensive here than average, but the quality and the atmosphere make ...
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