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jonttue loves Göteborg because City is so warm and comfy. Tons of small cafés and places to chill out.
madieta loves Göteborg because Loved Vigeland Park
dani loves Göteborg because Even if it's a rainy and cold autumn, in Göteborg you wont even noticed it! So nice and warm city. It was love at first sight!
latenight loves Göteborg but hasn't told why.
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What is Göteborg
Gothenburg (Swedish: Göteborg, pronounced "Yutebori") is the second largest city in Sweden with approximately 485,000 inhabitants (2005) in the municipality. It is situated on Sweden's west coast at the outlet of the Göta river. With over 60,000 students Gothenburg is the largest university city in Scandinavia. Gothenburg has a reputation of being a friendly place, even more welcoming than the Swedish capital.
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"The city is also noted for being the centre of the melodic death metal movement (sometimes even called " The Gothenburg sound "), a typically Swedish musical style, being home to such internationally known bands as At The Gates , Dark Tranquillity , The Haunted , In Flames , Soilwork ,and Arch Enemy."
"Gothenburg travel guide -The best resource for sights, hotels, restaurants, bars, what to do and what to see . . . . the travel guide you write."
"Tjolöholm Castle ,in Kungsbacka municipality south of Gothenburg, is an anacronistic Tudor castle built in the years around 1900 for the Scottish-Swedish merchant and factory owning family Dickson, one of Gothenburgs many generous doners (they founded Gothenburgs first public library and built decent homes for the families of their factory staff)."
"This was however a hard task for the supporters of the Gothenburg teams, as local patriotism and class differences sometimes made the matches end with fights and pitch invasions, making the Swedish press consider IFK and Örgryte fans to be the scum of Swedish football."
"For you who are really interesred this, is not situated in Gothenburgh but at Tjörn, an island (fouth largest island in Sweden), 80 kilometers north of Gothenburgh, However I can really recommend it and especially their restaurant "Water", really good food."
"E6 -from Malmö to Gothenburg ( Göteborg )and Oslo ( Norway )."
" Swedish football was no longer dominated by teams from Gothenburg in the later half of the thirties, with both IFK Göteborg and GAIS being relegated in 1937 – 38 ,although IFK was promoted back to Allsvenskan the next season."
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