August Abrahamsson's home is a shining example of the interior design of the late 19th century. The castle holds handicraft and woodwork exhibitions, Midsummer celebrations and a Christmas market. The... more
The big market in Gothenburg is located at Kungstorget in the centre of the city. The initiative for the market was taken by S. A. Hedlund and the city council took the decision to build it 16 June... more
The Museum of World Culture opened late December 2004 after quite a long debate in Sweden. What is world culture??? Anyway, it has been quite a sucess and it attracts o lot of other persons than the... more
Well, maybe not quite in the city, but not too far out either!
The Delsjön area is designated park area for hiking, biking and sporting, but also for canoeing, beach life and relaxation. There are... more
The East India House is an impressive building built to house the Swedish branch of the international trade company of the 18th century. Today, it houses the history museum and apart from Göteborg... more
Hasselblad Center is well known both in Sweden and also international as one of the most eminent photographiv forums in Sweden. They display both historical photography, as well as today’s established... more
Göteborg is Sweden's second city and always painfully aware of it - some locals hate Stockholm citizens with that feeling that only a nation's second city can have. Despite this, a great mix of city...
After living in Kungsbacka for most of my life I decided it was time to move on. Since 2006 I'm now living in the beautiful city of Gothenburg.
It's the second biggest town in Sweden, and located on...
Over Easter 2006 I spent a long weekend in Goteborg. With a population of 490.000 it is the second largest city in Sweden and one of the most important port towns in Scandinavia. Goteborg offers many...