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Gävle Castle

Gävle Castle
Gävle Castle is a castle located on the south side of the river Gavleån, at the Castle Square in Gävle in Gästrikland. It is currently the residence of the Governor of Gävleborg County. The castle was originally built in the 1580s but had a completely different appearance than now. In a fire in 1727, the castle was destroyed. It was...

Gammelbron in Gävle

Gammelbron in Gävle
From Gammelbron you have a view of the river Gavleån. Up until 1580, this was the only bridge in Gävle. The new bridge was built after the city fire in 1869.

Gustav Adolf´s Church in Sundsvall

It is the parish church of Sundsvall parish in the diocese of Härnösand. The church was previously named after Lovisa Ulrika, but it was renamed Gustav Adolf's Church in 1955. The church was built in 1894, and a rebuilding was done in 1952. © Maylat – stock.adobe.com

Sundsvall

Sundsvall
Sundsvall is Västernorrland County's largest urban area, with 58,807 inhabitants (2020). Sundsvall municipality is located in the central parts of the province of Medelpad, with a small part in Hälsingland. @hendrikpeter

Sundsvall City Hall

Sundsvall City Hall
Sundsvall City Hall is a building located at the southern end of Stora torget in Stenstan, Sundsvall, Sweden. The building was used as a town hall until 1975 when the municipality moved its operations to Sundsvall's old hospital in Norrmalm.

Line 133 in Gothenburg

The Liseberg line is operated by old trams from Gothenburg's more than 130-year-old tram history. The typical Gothenburg cars are 92, 129 and 133. Read more on Wikipedia about the Liseberg Line.

Kungsparken in Malmö

Kungsparken dates from the mid-1800s and is Malmö's oldest park. It was built on land that was previously part of Malmöhus Castle's fortifications. The park was designed by the Danish landscape architect O Hoegh Hansen. The park is modelled on the continent's parks and has a romantic character.

Storsjön

In Östersund, you can start directly from the city and head out on Lake Storsjön. Photo: Peter van der Meulen

Frösön in Jämtland

Frösön
Frösön is the largest island in Storsjön, Jämtland. The name is after the nordic god Frö. In Jämtland, the island is called Frösöya. Photo: © Hamperium Photo – stock.adobe.com During summer you can go Downhill on Frösön. Visit Östersund (visitostersund.se)

Östersund’s town hall

Östersund's town hall is built in the National Romantic style and is located in the middle of Östersund. Architect Frans Bertil Wallberg has designed the building and all the furnishings for the Town Hall. It was completed in 1912.