Your Weekend in GOTHENBURG - The perfect trip

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Exploring The City Of Gothenburg Sweden

I head to Sweden for a visit to the beautiful city of Gothenburg. It's the second largest city in Sweden and the 5th largest in the Nordic Countries. Along with exploring some of my favourite parts of the city, I discover new places and take you along for the adventure! Thank you for watching AdventureShawn © Check out our theme park channel here - https://www.youtube.com/user/ThemeParkWorldwide

Your Weekend in STOCKHOLM - The perfect trip

These little films are designed to whet the appetite of the undecided traveler and of all who long to escape their daily routine for a weekend in an exciting city. These “appetizers” take viewers to the main sightseeing destinations as well as to little-known attractions. Among the cities visited are Amsterdam, Antwerp, Dublin, Milan, Turin and Vienna, and there’s even an excursion to the popular island of Majorca. “Weekend” is the ideal pocket guide for everyone who itches to travel!

Gothenburg, City Walk - Sweden 4K Travel Channel

Gothenburg, with more than 980,000 inhabitants, is the second largest city in Sweden. The area was already populated in the Stone Age. Gothenburg attained special importance, when the town granted free access to the North Sea,while Denmark controlled the access to the Baltic. The city of Gothenburg was founded by King Gustav II Adolf in 1619. In the 18th century, the Swedish-East India Company was founded; the only company that was allowed to do trade with India and China. In the 20th century, Gothenburg was an important headquarters of the textile industry. Due to an unstable underground, the looms rubbed themselves off unilaterally. Sven Gustav Wingqvist constructed then the pendulum ball bearing and founded the company SKF(Svenska Kullagerfabriken), from which later the automotive supplier Volvo emerged. After our arrival in Gothenburg, the night falls and we are looking to get something to eat nearby our hotel. Quickly, we find the Lagerhuset at the harbor. Since it is a warm pleasant summer evening, we can sit on the benches in front of the restaurant. Afterward, we admire the play of colors of the sunset. The clear colors of the summer evening in the north fascinate us again and again. Unusually for us, of course, is that at the time of the recordings it is already 22:30. The next morning, we start our walk in the same direction and then turn into a Rosenlundsgatan until we arrive at the Fish Church, Feskekörka. This building, designed by the city architect Victor von Gegerfelt, got his name due to its resemblance to a Gothic church. The Fish Market opened in 1874 and replaced the former outdoor fish market. Fresh and tasty presented, you get the best seafood in Gothenburg here. After a quick snack, we continue Sahlgrensgatan and turn left into the Victoriabron. Here are a number of educational institutions, from a teacher academy to university. ...... please read more: https://blog.myvideomedia.com Göteborg ist mit mehr als 980.000 Einwohnern die zweitgrößte Stadt in Schweden. Bereits in der Steinzeit besiedelten Menschen den Raum um Göteborg. Besondere Bedeutung erlangte Göteborg, als die Stadt freien Zugang zur Nordsee gewährte, während Dänemark den Zugang zur Ostsee kontrollierte. Die Stadt Göteborg wurde von König Gustav II Adolf im Jahre 1619 gegründet. Im 18. Jahrhundert wurde die Schwedische-Ostindien Kompanie gegründet, die als alleinige Gesellschaft Handel mit Indien und China treiben durfte. Im 20. Jahrhundert war Göteborg ein wichtiger Sitz der Textilindustrie. Durch instabilen Untergrund scheuerten sich die Lager der Webstühle einseitig ab. Sven Gustav Wingqvist konstruierte daraufhin das Pendelkugellager und gründete die Firma SKF (Svenska Kullagerfabriken), aus der später der Automobillieferant Volvo hervorging. Nach unserer Ankunft in Göteborg bricht bereits der Abend herein. Wir suchen in der Nähe unseres Hotel etwas zu Essen und werden schnell wir im Lagerhuset am Hafen fündig. Es ist ein warmer angenehmer Sommerabend und wir können auf den Bänken vor dem Restaurant im Freien sitzen. Nachdem wir gesättigt sind und etwas getrunken haben, bewundern wir das Farbenspiel des Sonnenuntergangs. Immer wieder faszinieren uns die klaren Farben der Sommerabende im Norden. Ungewohnt für uns ist natürlich auch, dass es zum Zeitpunkt der Aufnahmen bereits 22:30 ist. Am nächsten Morgen schlagen wir erst die gleiche Richtung ein, biegen dann in die Rosenlundsgatan ein, bis wir Feskekörka, die berühmte Fischkirche erreichen. Das Gebäude wurde vom Stadtarchitekten Victor von Gegerfelt entworfen und erhielt seinen Namen aufgrund der Ähnlichkeit mit einer gotischen Kirche. Der Fischmarkt wurde 1874 eröffnet und ersetzte den ehemaligen Fischmarkt im Freien. Nach einem kurzen Snack gehen wir die Sahlgrensgatan weiter und biegen links in die Victoriabron ab. Hier befinden sich eine Reihe von Bildungseinrichtungen, angefangen von einer Lehrerakademie bis hin zur Universität. ......... Mehr Infos im Reisevideoblog: https://blog.myvideomedia.com

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Stockholm, Sweden part 1

Please subscribe: http://bit.ly/2pmdyeu Stockholm, Sweden part 1 Something special is going on in this Swedish capital. Scandinavians are often considered to have the world's highest standard of living, with Sweden occupying the top of that happy ranking and Stockholm is sometimes considered the number one city in the world in which to live. So it figures there are many wonderful things for the visitor to enjoy in Stockholm, a city created by a society that truly cares about people. They really believe in quality of life, and have built a place that is one of Europe's truly beautiful capitals. Stockholm is some kind of urban utopia - so let's go find out what makes it so special. We dive into the most interesting neighborhood, the "Old Town" of Gamla Stan, the cobbled alleys, the medieval city center. The narrow twisting pedestrian lanes of Gamla Stan are lined with superbly preserved old buildings which hold some very modern stores, so you can enjoy the historic experience while shopping! Also, we tour inside the Vasa Museum and the Nordic Museum. http://tourvideos.com Stockholm, Sweden part 1

These little films are designed to whet the appetite of the undecided traveler and of all who long to escape their daily routine for a weekend in an exciting city. These “appetizers” take viewers to the main sightseeing destinations as well as to little-known attractions. Among the cities visited are Amsterdam, Antwerp, Dublin, Milan, Turin and Vienna, and there’s even an excursion to the popular island of Majorca. “Weekend” is the ideal pocket guide for everyone who itches to travel!

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