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As I expected, the old brick storage building of military hardware stood strong and proud in the little gated square. The inside was shut for viewing, though. And only a few lonely shops kept it company. I took my lunch in the cafe and enjoyed...More
Mainly walked to this place to see the old city hall that dates back to 1654 , known as Kronhuset it is a lovely brick building reported to be the oldest in the city
Apparently used now by an Orchestra we could not see inside...More
There are about 6 shops to see (the glass/ceramic shop had lots of wonderful artwork). The cafe food will fill your belly but that is about it. Locate in the Kronhuset is the Gothenburg Wind Orchestra - well worth attending one of their concerts.
This is an historic area of Goteborg with high-quality crafts, antiques, and gallery. There are not a lot of shops, but they are choice, especially for unique leather goods, pottery, glass, and jewelry. Things are not cheap, but are affordable and not out of line....More
Especially in the summer this part of Göteborg is pure enchantment. Small but consisting of one of the oldest parts of the town you can browse the little shop,have a snack or just a coffee or take a moment to breath in the lovely garden!
I came upon this building and square while looking for the oldest building in Gothenburg. These shops are filled with items from local artisans, with glass, silver, wood, and chocolate available in many forms. A small cafe provides food that can be enjoyed at tables...More