Tynnered is one of 21 boroughs in the city of Gothenburg, Sweden. It is located in the western part of the city, about 8-10 kilometres from the inner city, and it has a population of 27,787 (2010) on 29.85 square kilometres (11.53 mi²). Alike severa…
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Stenkullen is a part of Lerum Municipality, Sweden. Stekullen is situated by the river Säveån. It is home for the soccer team Stenkullens GoIK and the ice hockey team Lerums boll klubb (LBK), where NHL player Loui Eriksson started playing hockey.
Slottsskogsvallen is a multi-use stadium in Gothenburg, Sweden. It is currently used mostly for football and athletics. It was the home ground of Kopparbergs/Göteborg FC till 2006. The stadium holds 8,480 people and was built in 1923. It is counted …
Nääs Castle is a 17th-century mansion near Göteborg, Sweden. It's situated at the lake Sävelången in Västergötland.
Majorna is a residential area in Gothenburg, Sweden. It is a part of the borough Majorna-Linné.
Majorna was until 2011 one of the 21 boroughs of Gothenburg Municipality. Since 2011 it is joined with the former borough of Linnéstaden and they do together form the new borough of "Majorna-Linné".
The Lundby Old Church (Swedish: Lundby gamla kyrka) is a church in Lundby, a borough of Gothenburg, Sweden. It belongs to the parish of Lundby in the Diocese of Gothenburg. It is one of the seven preserved medieval churches in Gothenburg, and the on…
Västra Frölunda, sometimes referred to as just Frölunda, is one of 21 boroughs in the city of Gothenburg, Sweden.
Backa Theatre (Backa Teater in Swedish) is a theatre and theatre company in Gothenburg, Sweden, specialized in youth and children theatre. When it started in the 1970s it was touring company, but after some years it settled in an old bolt factory wh…
The Avalon hotel is a hotel at Kungsportsplatsen in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Åby Racetrack (Swedish: Åbytravet) is a horse racing track located in Mölndal, 10 km south of Gothenburg, Sweden.
Vasastan is a district in Gothenburg, Sweden. While nearby Haga was a suburb for the working class with wooden houses Vasastan was built in stone in neo-renaissance and baroque style for the wealthy middle class.
Vasaparken is a park in Vasastaden, Gothenburg, Sweden.
The Torslanda Church (Swedish: Torslanda kyrka) is a medieval church in Gothenburg, Sweden. It is located on the island of Hisingen, in the Torslanda borough, and it belongs to the parish of Torslanda-Björlanda in the Diocese of Gothenburg.
Torpa is an officially defined district in Gothenburg, Sweden, which belongs to Härlanda. It consists of the traditional districts Torpa and Fräntorp.
The Rya Forest (Swedish: Rya skog) is a nature reserve in Gothenburg, Sweden. It is located on the Hisingen island, on the northern bank of the Göta River. It has an area of 17 hectares. Established in 1928, it is the oldest nature reserve in Västra…
The Liseberg station is an underground railway station in Gothenburg, Sweden. It is named after the amusement park Liseberg which is located nearby.
Landala is a district in central Gothenburg, Sweden with about 4,500 inhabitants (2005). Originally a traditional labour district with a large poorhouse, today Landala it is home for some important educational institutes in Western Sweden, such as C…