Friday, May 30, 2008

details of cathedral and roads in Goteborg

Goteborg (or Gothenburg) pronounced Yoo-te-bor, according to guidebook, is pretty and easy to walk around in. We ate ice cream, lunched at a lovely French cafe, toured the canals and walked through a couple of the lilac-scented gardens in this old city. I had only ever heard of it because of their orchestra and Martin Frost, a classical clarinetist that everyone should listen to.

Details below are from the door frame of the city's Domkyrkan, a cathedral that dates to 1815 and the cobblestone streets of Haga, which is 1648 was a working class district now seriously yuppified.

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