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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...

Business Region Göteborg: Foreign-born accounts for almost all of the job...

Gothenburg region continues to have the lowest unemployment in Sweden’s metropolitan regions but now the numbers are turning upwards and foreign-born accounted for almost...

Palestinians Continue to Protest against Deportation

Palestinians in Gothenburg continue to protest at Gusta Adolf Torg irrespective of the rain and cold. They are protesting against the decision of the...

Gothenburg’s Medieval Remains: Ramparts, Bastions, Moat, Caponier

Gothenburg aka Göteborg retains its historical and architectural past. By Esperantoplatsen one can see the medieval wall – the erstwhile fortification of the city....

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2020

Dear Readers, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2020 to you. Gothenburg is aglow with festive mood: lights in public spaces, and candles and stars in...

Guldheden’s Valley: Guldhedsdalen – Home of Threatened ‘Lesser Spotted Woodpecker’

In the heart of Gothenburg aka Göteborg is a valley: Guldheden’s valley. One can access the valley from Sahlgrenska Hospital or from the bus-...

Business Region Göteborg: Amid Economic Downturn, Labour Market Grows by 2.4%,...

“The economic downturn that has taken place during the past year has slowed down in the third quarter. The Gothenburg region’s economic growth (cycle)...

Magnus Uggla: At Rondo till 14 December 2019

One of the best known entertainers of Sweden, Magnus Ulla, is performing in Gothenburg at Rondo, Liseberg. He has been in the entertainment sector...

152 Rainy Days: Gothenburg Strives to Turn Rain into an Attraction...

Due to its geographical position, Gothenburg in Sweden has the four seasons: summer, autumn or fall, winter and spring. There is no rainy season...

Simon Wallqvist: ‘A City Never Sleeps. A City Never Stops Developing”

Gothenburg is witnessing major developments and changes in terms of its skyline and landscape as the 400-year-old city gears up to become the sustainable...

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