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Sweden 2020 part II - Trollhättan 18th century locks

In the mid 18th century an attempt to build locks in Trollhättan failed. All that today can be seen of this project is two cut outs in the rock where the locks were planned to be.
Sweden 2020 part II - Trollhättan

June 25th 2020
"She lived on the wrong side of the river, in a disused dairy store" Most non-Swedes who read this have probably never heard of the town Trollhättan. It is a medium sized city, population of about 60,000, in the southwest of Sweden. Trollhättan may not be famous or spectacular. But there are several things there that we found interesting and that's why we went there this summer. ... read more
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Swedish Flag A military power during the 17th century, Sweden has not participated in any war in almost two centuries. An armed neutrality was preserved in both World Wars. Sweden's long-successful economic formula of a capitalist system interlarded with substant... ... read more
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