Änggården, Göteborg

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    Lilla Änggården

    by Sjalen Written Jun 16, 2006

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    This is a place we went to a lot as children, since the Änggårdsbergen nature reserve starts just behind the house and we went on sports days in its forest. The house is an 18th century summer "cottage" which to those of us not belonging to the really wealthy looks more like a mansion! It is run by the city museum (see tip above) today so contact them to see what summer days they have reinactments of old days in the mansion. Otherwise you will just see it yourself from the outside. As it was a childhood experience, I have no photo but I hope to remedy this next time I visit in good weather. You can see what it looks like on its official link below. Änggården itself is also a lovely part of town to stroll in, with grand old villas reminding you of Britain here and there.

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    • Architecture

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