1923 Gothenburg expo (Göteborgsutställningen)

1923 Gothenburg Expo Sweden /Göteborgsutställningen /Jubileumsutställning

The city of Gothenburg celebrated its 300th anniversary 1923 and the cultural center was constructed for the commemorative exhibition (jubileumsutställningen) this year. The artist Carl Milles did a provisional model in plaster for full size erected on the Götaplatsen and now the city still have the charactaristic statue of Poseidon in the middle of Götaplatsen in central Gothenburg.

Liseberg – The history of the biggest amusement park in Sweden

The amusement park Liseberg opened up the world’s largest cable car and spun to the Charleston music. Albert Einstein lectured on his theory of relativity in the Congress Hall at Liseberg. He received the Nobel prize 1923.
The commemorative exhibition in Gothenburg in 1923 created much of what is Gothenburg today:
Götaplatsen, Gothenburg Art Museum, Botanical Garden and the Swedish Exhibition Centre. The amusement park Liseberg and Poseidon statue is also still there.


Overview of the Gothenburg expo (göteborgsutställningen)

  1. Entrance
  2. Dancefloor
  3. Restaurant
  4. Chocolate pavillion
  5. Old restaurant
  6. The annex
  7. Music pavillion
  8. Fokrestaurant
  9. Music and congresshall
  10. Laugh saloon
  11. The kids carousell
  12. Theather
  13. Carousell
  14. Chocolate pavillion
  15. Jump place
  16. Funny wheel
  17. Aeroplan carousell
  18. Shooting gallery, throw balls etc
  19. Witch swings
  20. Roller coster
  21. Toboggan run



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