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Folkteatern in Gothenburg: Performing Arts

Folkteatern, the People’s Theatre, in Gothenburg is one of the most happening spots for all things related to performing arts ranging from plays, mimes,...

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Diorama in Gothenburg

“See the world through a window-pane, the way it once was, but never will be again. Recorded long before YouTube, Animal Planet and Google...

Valborgsmässafton (Walpurgis Night): 30 April 2020 

Valborg, or Valborgsmässoafton is a spring festival. It is celebrated on the last day in April. One can see a large gathering of people...

Villa Belparc in Slottsskogen: Jill Johnson on 4th July 2020  

Slottskogen in Gothenburg has many spots for recreation both for adults and children including a zoo, play areas for kids, seals in a pool,...

The Blue Whale at Gothenburg’s Natural History Museum

One of the prized collections of Gothenburg’s Natural History Museum is a blue whale called Malm Whale, eponymously named after A. W. Malm. It...

The Elephant of Gothenburg

One of the historic and interesting collections in permanent exhibition of Gothenburg’s Natural History Museum is an elephant. It is from Angola. It stands...

Gothenburg Poetry Slam: Encouraging Budding Poets, Bringing Poets to the Stage

Poetry is not only to a solo experience both for the reader and the poet but also brings participation from a larger audience. In...

Military Wives

Queues at shops and kiosks are common in Gothenburg but to see a long queue at a State-run liquor shop or at a church...

SHIP TO GAZA in Gothenburg

A group in Gothenburg actively campaigns for lifting the blockade in Gaza in Palestine, and demand for the blockade imposed by Israel to end...

Gothenburg by 2035: 150,000 new residents; 80,000 new homes and workplaces

Gothenburg aka Göteborg is growing. By 2035, Gothenburg, Sweden's second largest city, will have additional 150,000 residents and 80,000 new homes and workplaces. To...

Gothenburg: Göteborg: European Capital of Smart Tourism 2020

Gothenburg aka Göteborg is awarded ‘European Capital of Smart Tourism 2020’ by a European Union’s body. Tourism is European Union’s third largest socio-economic activity...

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