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Gustav Adolfs square
Gustav II Adolf, was the
king who founded
Gothenburg in 1621.
Gustav Adolfs square
At the moment, the statue is being renovated.
Feskekörka (the fish church)
is not a real church, it just looks
as one!
Kungsports Avenyn
or Avenyn as the people here calls it.
Götaplatsen
with the Poseidon Statue and
The Gothenburg Museum of Art.
Liseberg
A large amusementpark in
the city. It was not opened
for the season yet but if it
was…
…it would look like this!
And at Christmas, it looks like this!
This is Haga, one of the oldest
parts of Gothenburg.
And this is a Haga-bun, a
huge cinnamon bun, big
enough for three!
A sunny day in Slottskogen.
Trams are one of the ways to
get around in the city.
Valborg festivities
with traditional fire to celebrate
the beginning of spring.
Brännö
One of the islands in the archiapelago.
No cars are aloud on this island and
you have to get there by boat.
Flat Stanley goes to Gothenburg
Flat Stanley goes to Gothenburg
Flat Stanley goes to Gothenburg
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Flat Stanley goes to Gothenburg

  1. 1. Gustav Adolfs square Gustav II Adolf, was the king who founded Gothenburg in 1621.
  2. 2. Gustav Adolfs square At the moment, the statue is being renovated.
  3. 3. Feskekörka (the fish church) is not a real church, it just looks as one!
  4. 4. Kungsports Avenyn or Avenyn as the people here calls it.
  5. 5. Götaplatsen with the Poseidon Statue and The Gothenburg Museum of Art.
  6. 6. Liseberg A large amusementpark in the city. It was not opened for the season yet but if it was…
  7. 7. …it would look like this!
  8. 8. And at Christmas, it looks like this!
  9. 9. This is Haga, one of the oldest parts of Gothenburg.
  10. 10. And this is a Haga-bun, a huge cinnamon bun, big enough for three!
  11. 11. A sunny day in Slottskogen.
  12. 12. Trams are one of the ways to get around in the city.
  13. 13. Valborg festivities with traditional fire to celebrate the beginning of spring.
  14. 14. Brännö One of the islands in the archiapelago. No cars are aloud on this island and you have to get there by boat.

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