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Gothenburg - The four seasons of my home town

  • [Röda Sten, Gothenburg]

  • [Kungsparken, Gothenburg]

  • 4 AM. I love this city.

    [Kämpebron, Gothenburg]

  • Cherry blossom girl

    [Seminarieparken, Gothenburg]

  • During the 17th century Gothenburg was one of northern Europes most fortified cities. The high defence walls were surrounded by this moat. Even though the walls were demolished in 1807, the moat is still here.

    [Trädgårdsföreningen, Gothenburg]

  • The harbor heritage is ever present by the waterfront. Gothenburg used to have a lot of maritime construction, but these days there is not much left of it.

    [Göta älv, Gothenburg]

  • Staring at the sea. Will she come?

    [Saltholmen, Gothenburg]

  • Barken Viking was launched in 1906 and is the largest sail ship build in Nordic countries. It is one of only ten remaining four-masted barks in the world.

    [Barken Viking in Lilla bommen, Gothenburg]

  • Sargent's cherry from seeds brought from Hokkaido in 1954.

    [Änggårdsbergen, Gothenburg]

  • [Stora hamnkanalen, Gothenburg]

  • The harbor heritage is ever present by the waterfront. Gothenburg used to have a lot of maritime construction, but these days there is not much left of it.

    [Göta älv, Gothenburg]

  • The old city hall was designed by Nicodemus Tessin in 1672.

    [City Hall, Gothenburg]

  • [Lunden, Gothenburg]

  • [Kungsparken, Gothenburg]

  • Slow sunday morning.

    [Saltholmen, Gothenburg]

  • [Thamska huset, Gothenburg]

  • Finding solitude.

    [Vrångö]

  • [Kronhusgården, Gothenburg]

  • Fifty shades of yellow.

    [Trädgårdsföreningen, Gothenburg]

  • [Winter sunset, Gothenburg]

  • [Älvsborgsbron, Gothenburg]

  • There is a quay on the southwest side of the island where a classic dance event is held every summer.

    [Brännö island, Gothenburg]

  • The harbor heritage is ever present by the waterfront. Gothenburg used to have a lot of maritime construction, but these days there is not much left of it.

    [Göta älv, Gothenburg]

  • [Älvsborgsgatan, Gothenburg]

  • Pretty in pink.

    [Saltholmen, Gothenburg]

  • Thanks for all the fish.

    [Slottskogen, Gothenburg]

  • [Vasagatan, Gothenburg]

  • A view to a kill

    [Harbor of Gothenburg]

  • Having oysters.

    [ Palace, Gothenburg]

  • [Packhuskajen, Gothenburg]

  • [Röda Sten, Gothenburg]

  • [Kämpebron, Gothenburg]

  • Cherry blossom at spring.

    [Järntorget, Gothenburg]

  • [Kvarnberget, Gothenburg]

  • [Stora hamnkanalen, Gothenburg]

  • [Annedal, Gothenburg]

  • The desolate cliffs are popular with the evening crowd.

    [Saltholmen, Gothenburg]

  • The 19th European Championships in Athletics were held in Gothenburg and there was a lot of people everywhere.

    [Avenyn, Gothenburg]

  • Feskekörka is a building from 1874 resembling a church. It's the classic fish market of the city. Contrary to common belief, the fishes do not attend a midnight mass in there.

    [Feskekörka, Gothenburg]

  • The old maritime construction cranes are visible from most places.

    [Postgatan, Gothenburg]

  • This forest was the location of the last Broder Daniel concert in 2008.

    [Slottskogen, Gothenburg]

  • [Älvsborgsbron, Gothenburg]

  • Memento Mori.

    [Stampens kyrkogård, Gothenburg]

  • [Museum of Art, Gothenburg]

  • The harbor heritage is ever present by the waterfront. Gothenburg used to have a lot of maritime construction, but these days there is not much left of it.

    [Göta älv, Gothenburg]

  • Do not disturb

    [Gefveskär Island and lighthouse, Gothenburg]

  • [Röda sten, Gothenburg]

  • [Vasagatan, Gothenburg]

  • Prepare to be boarded

    [Paddan versus Ostindiefararen, Gothenburg]

  • [View from Vinga lighthouse, Gothenburg]

  • [Överåsparken, Gothenburg]

  • [Saltholmen, Gothenburg]

  • [Botanical garden, Gothenburg]

  • [Fürstenbergska galleriet, Gothenburg]

  • View from the office.

    [Tyska bron, Göteborg]

  • [Nya Allén, Gothenburg]

  • This old house from 1857 used to be a home for orphans.

    [Stampgatan, Gothenburg]

  • [Dorsia, Gothenburg]

  • [Slottsberget, Gothenburg]

  • [Kungsparken, Gothenburg]

  • [Kungsportsbron, Gothenburg]

  • [Chalmers university, Gothenburg]

  • The sound of autumn leaves.

    [Överås, Gothenburg]

  • Like an island rising from a sea of rooftops, Skansen Kronan can be seen from many central parts of the city.

    [Skansen Kronan, Gothenburg]

  • Barken Viking was launched in 1906 and is the largest sail ship build in Nordic countries. It is one of only ten remaining four-masted barks in the world.

    [Barken Viking at Lilla bommen, Gothenburg]

  • The sound of autumn leaves

    [Kungsparken, Gothenburg]

  • Path of the lion steps

    Much of the oldest part of Gothenburg was built by Dutch architects in the 17th century. This canal lies at the heart of the city, leading up to the Lion steps, a popular place for eating ice cream.

    [Stora hamnkanalen, Gothenburg]

  • The main square of the city has a statue of the king who founded Gothenburg in 1621.

    [Gustav Adolfs torg, Gothenburg]

  • [Vallgraven, Gothenburg]

  • This stairway always reminds me of the one in The Exorcist.

    [Spannmålsgatan, Gothenburg]

  • A hazy shade of winter

    [Liseberg Christmas fair, Gothenburg]

  • [Kungsparken, Gothenburg]

  • [Göta älv, Gothenburg]

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