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Gothenburg, Nebraska, is proud of its Swedish heritage.
Gothenburg was founded in 1882 by Olof Bergstrom, a native of Hassela, Sweden, who worked for the Union Pacific Railroad.
Gothenburg reached a population of 300 and was incorporated as a town on July 8, 1885.
www.ci.gothenburg.ne.us   (437 words)

 Gothenburg Ferry Port - information for travelling to Gothenburg ferry port
For ferry bookings, please visit our Gothenburg Ferry or Ferry to Gothenburg pages.
For the DFDS Gothenburg ferry terminal use trams no.2, 4 or 5.
We can also arrange hotels in Gothenburg and many cities and destinations throughout Europe.
www.directferries.co.uk /gothenburg.htm   (300 words)

  Sweden / Gothenburg & the West Coast
Gothenburg is still Sweden's major port, and it offers everything you would expect to find in a large city: cultural events, historic sights, shopping and amusement.
Well known as an event city, Gothenburg has hosted such highlights as the World Championships in Athletics in 1995 and the Three Tenors Opera in 1996.
This dramatic fortress, constructed in 1670, stands atop an island at the entrance of the Gothenburg harbour.
www.geographia.com /sweden/gothenburg.html   (422 words)

  Gothenburg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Gothenburg Metropolitan Area extends to the municipalities of Ale, Härryda, Kungälv, Lerum, Mölndal, Partille, Stenungsund, Tjörn, Öckerö in Västra Götaland County and Kungsbacka in Halland County.
Gothenburg is a logistic centre, with transports by train and truck from Sweden and Norway to Gothenburg harbor which is by far the largest port in Scandinavia with a cargo turnover of 36.9 million tonnes a year (2004).
A new opera house was inaugurated in 1994, the Gothenburg Opera.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Gothenburg   (2071 words)

 CASDE | Gothenburg -- Dawson County
Gothenburg, located in western Dawson County, was founded in 1882 by Olof Bergstrom and J.H.MacColl.
Gothenburg is named after the Swedish city of Gotenborg, but received its German-style spelling because the railroad asked a German how to spell it -- or so the story goes.
Gothenburg matured and by the late 1880s and early 1890s, it was capable of great dreams and had the capacity to achieve them.
www.casde.unl.edu /history/counties/dawson/gothenburg   (896 words)

 Wikipedia: Gothenburg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Gothenburg coat of arms was based on the lion of the coat of arms of Sweden, symbolically holding a shield with the national emblem, the Three Crowns, to defend against its enemies.
Gothenburg is situated on the western coast by Kattegatt, an arm of the North Sea, at the outlet of the river Göta älv and the Göta Canal.
Gothenburg metal is unique and distinct because of its very melodic and sometimes progressive guitar riffs and solos, and the clean singing that is incorporated (instead of just using the traditional death grunt vocals).
en.pediax.org /Gothenburg   (2675 words)

Customer Service Where is Gothenburg Ferry Port Gothenburg Port On this page you'll find allinformation you need to organise your trip to Gothenburg ferry port.
Car Hire Gothenburg Car Hire Gothenburg Mini guide to Gothenburg Sweden's second city, Gothenburg - situated on the country's west coast - has a magnificent harbour.
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www.gothenburgflight.co.uk   (301 words)

 Symposium2000:16-20 October 2000
As for exhibitors and poster presenters, demo presenters are invited to dismount their demos on Friday 20 October from 12.00 to 18.00.
The Gothenburg City/Chalmers University of Technology offers to all participants a reception at Rondo, Liseberg, Orgrytevagen 5 (opposite to the Congress Hall), on Monday 16 October at 18.30.
Late registrations are accepted in Gothenburg starting Monday 16 October at 12.00 o'clock, at the Registration and Reception Desk (first floor) and continuing all week.
www.esa.int /sympo2000   (1040 words)

 Gothenburg travel guide - Wikitravel
Gothenburg [1] (Swedish: Göteborg, pronounced "Yutebori") is the second largest city in Sweden with approximately 485,000 inhabitants (2005) in the municipality.
Gothenburg is a city founded in the beginning of the 17th century by the Swedish King, Gustav II Adolf.
Public transportation within Gothenburg (and the west of Sweden) is operated by Västtrafik and consists of trams, buses and boats.
wikitravel.org /en/Gothenburg   (3388 words)

 LEDA Member City: Gothenburg
Gothenburg is situated in the County of Älvsborg in western Sweden at the North Sea.
In Gothenburg all types of traffic are to be found on the surface within the inner city core.
The target of the land use development in Gothenburg is to improve conditions for the economy, to create new jobs, to ensure a high quality of life, to reduce emissions, to protect the environment, and to reduce the need to develop new land.
www.leda.ils.nrw.de /database/cities/city0113.htm   (1153 words)

 KLM cityguide
Founded on its present site in the seventeenth century by Gustav Adolf, it was the last in a long line of attempts to create a trade centre free from Danish influence – Denmark had enjoyed control of Sweden's west coast since the Middle Ages, extracting extortionate tolls from all water traffic travelling into Sweden.
The foreign restaurants that opened here in the early 1990s are now less prevalent than the host of simpler, pan-European eateries which draw on Swedish staples such as herring and salmon dishes, good breads and, in summer, glorious soft fruits.
The emphasis now is much more on casual eating than it was ten years ago: Gothenburgers are as likely to munch on filled ciabattas served with substantial salads as sit down to three-course meals.
klmcityguide.r-i.nl /site/guide.jsp?cityid=95   (279 words)

 Gothenburg (Sweden)
The Gothenburg harbor is the Nordic central harbor and therefore the infrastructure of the city has to meet with high standards in terms of reliability and accessibility.
Gothenburg is also very popular among Swedes in general: according to an opinion poll, 59 per cent of all Swedes would be happy to live here.
Geographically, the Gothenburg region is divided by the river Göta Älv.
www.progress-project.org /Progress/got.html   (1386 words)

 Gothenburg University: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Gothenburg (swedish: göteborg) is a city and a municipalities of swedenmunicipality on the western coast of sweden, in the county of västra götaland...
The gothenburg school of economics and commercial law or lanthandels is a business school at the gothenburg university in gothenburg, sweden....
Sture allén (born 31 december, 1928) is a retired professor of computational linguistics at gothenburg university, who was the previous secretary of...
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/g/go/gothenburg_university.htm   (799 words)

Gothenburg is fortunate to have other attractions for tourists and local citizens.
The award-winning Sod House Museum was established in Gothenburg in 1988.
Located on the west shore of Lake Helen in Gothenburg, this memorial is a reminder of sacrifices made during all wars by veterans and their families.
www.ci.gothenburg.ne.us /attractions_lodges.htm   (941 words)

 The Kearney and Gothenburg boom periods
In the spring of 1888 Gothenburg precinct voted $5000 in bonds to construct a canal, and the Gothenburg Canal Company, a local company, was organized.
In fact, the Gothenburg Water Power and Investment Company was starting to dominate the town of Gothenburg itself; and, if the Panic of 1893 had not put an end to the boom, Gothenburg was probably destined to have become a company town.
The most important similarity, therefore, between Kearney and Gothenburg was their geography and that they both took advantage of it to produce their boom periods.
bchs.kearney.net /BTales_199209.html   (1228 words)

 CASDE | Gothenburg -- Dawson County
Gothenburg, located in western Dawson County, was founded in 1882 by Olof Bergstrom and J.H.MacColl.
Gothenburg is named after the Swedish city of Gotenborg, but received its German-style spelling because the railroad asked a German how to spell it -- or so the story goes.
Gothenburg matured and by the late 1880s and early 1890s, it was capable of great dreams and had the capacity to achieve them.
casde.unl.edu /history/counties/dawson/gothenburg   (896 words)

Gothenburg is one of the leading cities in Northern Europe for holding top events.
At the top of the Aveny you will find Götaplatsen with the Gothenburg City Theatre (Stadsteater), Gothenburg Museum of Art (Konstmuseum) and the Gothenburg Concert Hall (Konserthuset), which is home to the world famous Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra.
Linnégatan is one of the streets of Gothenburg with the greatest number of restaurants.
www.studentholidays.com /sweden/gothenburg.htm   (811 words)

 Urban Transport Technology - Gothenburg Urban Transport
The primary means of public transport in the Gothenburg region are tram, bus and commuter train.
Gothenburg Traffic Information Centre (better known as Gotic) aims to improve the public transport systems of Gothenburg by introducing information technology solutions.
The aim is to develop a system specially adapted for Gothenburg for the presentation of real-time information, produced and transmitted by their current traffic control system, KomFram, to passengers on the public transport network.
www.urbantransport-technology.com /projects/gothenburg   (712 words)

 Gothenburg - National Parks International Shopping at dooyoo.co.uk
Gothenburg is a compact town with less than a million inhabitants, but it still has plenty to keep you occupied...
We flew with Ryanair from Glasgow Prestwick to Gothenburg...
We arrived in Gothenburg on by plane (Ryanair) from Stansted...
www.dooyoo.co.uk /national-parks-international/gothenburg   (254 words)

 Gothenburg Florist | Flower Delivery Gothenburg, Nebraska (NE) | Florists in Gothenburg
The distance from Gothenburg to Washington DC is 1278 miles.
Gothenburg is positioned 40.92 degrees north of the equator and 100.16 degrees west of the prime meridian.
Our Gothenburg, Nebraska florist directory is provided through a strategic partnership with Regional Direct.com, which has established partnerships with the most reliable, customer service-driven area Gothenburg florist and florists in Nebraska, including Gothenburg, Nebraska.
www.albanywebsites.com /ex/asp/city.Gothenburg-Nebraska-Florist-NE/CityId.19253/xe/florists-flower-delivery.htm   (151 words)

 Sweden - Gothenburg   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The "Swedish model", based on a broad democratic grass root perspective and a lot of local voluntary sports clubs all over the country, has produced both a surprisingly high number of international elite athletes and a powerful sports movement at the mass and recreational level.
At Gothenburg University Sport Science is a major subject in the B.A. and M.A. degrees and has, after a common basic year, three separate directions: teacher education and PE; fitness and health; and, coaching and leadership.
The overall aim of the subject of Sport Science is to introduce a multi-scientific relation to sport and health and bring knowledge and understanding about elements that influence the physical, psychological and social health of the human being.
www.ju.edu /academics/internationalEducation_abroad_dest_sweden_gothenburg.asp   (632 words)

 Gothenburg Riots: An Eye Witness Report by Bibbi Vega
The days in Gothenburg were a couple of the worse days in my life.
Our original plan was to go to Gothenburg on Wednesday evening and stay at Hvitfeldska school  but something went wrong with the booking so we arranged to stay at Schillerska school (a central school close to Hvitfeldska).
Like many young Left Party activists she is critical of her party’s response to the riots, accusing them of being overly concerned by their image in the media.
www.spectrezine.org /global/Bibi.htm   (1925 words)

 Gothenburg, Nebraska NE, city profile (Dawson County) - hotels, festivals, genealogy, newspapers - ePodunk
Gothenburg is a city in Dawson County, in the Lexington metro area.
At the time of the 2000 census, the per capita income in Gothenburg was $17,034, compared with $21,587 nationally.
Median rent in Gothenburg, at the time of the 2000 Census, was $306.
www.epodunk.com /cgi-bin/genInfo.php?locIndex=27397   (541 words)

 BBC News | EUROPE | Swedish press critical of rioters
But the Swedish press is more critical of the rioters on Gothenburg's streets than of the police who failed to contain them.
Inside the paper was scathing in its critique of the violent elements of the demonstrators, who went on the rampage in the city's streets smashing, burning and looting property.
Gothenburg's main broadsheet Goteborgs-Posten expressed equal dismay at what it sees as a minority of demonstrators who have let everybody else down.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/world/europe/1391912.stm   (517 words)

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