Thursday, September 24, 2009
Friday, September 18, 2009
Some think that we do not live enough in the past.
Here is the chance to revisit TV SHOWS, FILMS, CARTOONS, NEWSREELS, FILM SHORT SUBJECTS, SILENT & SOUND FILMS, HOME MOVIES, INDUSTRIALS & especially TV COMMERCIALS from the 1950’s/60’s
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Thursday, September 3, 2009
The Chinese Pavillion at the Swedish Royal Palace of Drottningholm is a must for any visitor.
Read more by clicking here.
People who visit Drottningholm palace,
unfortunately often miss to visit the Chinese
Pavilion. You need to cross the park and the
walk is around ten minutes.
Wednesday, September 2, 2009
The sculpture of the much loved poet and author Karin Boye stands to the left of the Gothenburg City Library.
Usually someone has stuck flower in her left hand, a loving act by one of the many touched by the poetry of this author. She died 1941, when only 32 years old.
Information about Karin Boye: Click here!
Her futuristic (Brave New World-like) novel Kallocain is worth looking into.
Carpet bedding is a mass planting of low, mostly foliage plants in patterns that resemble the designs in Oriental carpets. It was a popular style of planting in Victorian public gardens but is rarely seen today except at the Garden Society in Gothenburg where the Victorian tradition was brought back in 2008.