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Gustaf Adolf's square is a central square with many impressive buildings like the City Hall.
The square was named Stortorget until 1854 when a statue was raised over the founding father of Gothenburg, King Gustav II Adolf.
The main canal of Gothenburg is passing the...More
It was a sunny day when we had a look at this impressive statue of Gustav Adolf who founded Gothenburg. It’s in a prime position in the town square only a few minutes from the station. Surrounding the square is the city hall and the...More
On a sunny day the square can turn into the heart of cities activities . When I visited there were kids games all around and lot of kiosks for food ,, next to the river. Good to spend a sunny afternoon roaming around
This lovely town square has an impressive statue, is where city hall is found and acts as a great meeting place. Once of Göteborg’s centrepieces, the statue of Gustav II Adolf properly reflects his importance in establishing Sweden as a proper military influence.
Gustov Adolfs Torg, Kungportsplatsen, and Grönsaks Torg are among many squares in Gothenburg where many tram and bus lines meet. They are all within walking distance of one another and surrounded by many sites of interest, shops, restaurants, and bakeries, and cafes. This square and...More
The Gustav Adolfo statue is in the centre of Gothenburg and takes prime position in a square centre. The statue is near the canal and local bus and tram stops so you will pass it and it is worth a photo.