86 m (282 ft) high with 22 floors and coloured in red-white stripes. In Dutch, Scots, English, and German, all languages with a long history in this trade and maritime-oriented city, the name Gothenburg is or was (in the case of German) used for the city. 130 131 Sports edit Fireworks at the opening ceremony of Gothia Cup As in all of Sweden, a variety of sports are followed, including football, ice hockey, basketball, handball, baseball, and figure skating. "Johan Lindqvist:I dag steppar Slottsskogen upp" Johan Lindqvist: Today, attendance up for tap-dancing at Slottskogen. The church was built in 1603 and destroyed in 1611. It is situated. 10 In summer, a wide variety of music festivals are held in the city, such as Way Out West and Metaltown. Snow mainly occurs from December to March, but is not unusual in November and April and can sometimes occur even in October and May, in extreme cases even in September.
Gothenburg harbour is the largest port in Scandinavia with a cargo turnover.9 million tonnes per year in 2004. "Evergrey: Gothenburg Sound Festival, Trädgårn, lördag".
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Millennium anna lundh örebro årtusendets bok Millennium the millennium book (the awkward title is because the first word of the original title was literally "Millenium. Å vägnar av Riksteatern och alla medlemmar av Eldfestens Styrgrupp i Stockholm och Göteborg vill jag härmed uttrycka min tacksamhet och uppskattning för ert varma deltagande i denna folkliga fest. Retrieved 6 September 2012. Svenska Ostindiska Kompaniet (in Swedish). 67 68 In the early 1920s, on the city's 300th anniversary, the Götaplatsen square with its Neoclassical look was built. 169 From its founding until the late 1970s, the city was a world leader in shipbuilding, with such shipyards as Eriksbergs Mekaniska Verkstad, Götaverken, Arendalsvarvet, and Lindholmens varv.