A couple of relatively old IWOs from the various suburbs of this Western Swedish city. We'll begin in Tynnered.
Beginning at Opal Square where the southern tram lines end, heading north through the residential areas
I lived in this area at the time, but I've moved to Kortedala since. There'll be pics of that too in a while.
Passing by a school.
I deliberately tried to avoid taking pics of people as much as possible, which is why it looks so empty.
Entering southern Frölunda
Taken when this building complex was still under construction, I believe it's complete now.
These dead trees and photos with no one on it kind of made everything look abandoned and sad. Dunno, maybe it's the stereotype about northernmost countries, but all I can think of is loneliness.
Finishing in the Järnbrott area. I made an IWO on the day of the re-elections for the regional government as well (where I voted for "the Kurwa Party"), but I can't find it, so I'll proceed with my Northeast IWO.
Beginning in Gamlestan, heading northeast. I took some pics of the omnipresent leftist fliers stuck to all flat surfaces in the northeast just for funsies.
Passing some sort of Polish institute, undoubtedly very STRONG
Bellevue area, they're building apartment buildings there now
Good God. What has Göteborg become?
The sceney looks not much different from Russia in late autumn.
Nice, I remember that IWO
It has become Oslo
One day I'm going to get off my ass and do another one of these.
But... but it looks like a soviet country...
Looking even more fucked than rural Eastern Germany... Sweden, I am disappoint
Gothenburg is the worst. 80% of the buildings are from the 70s.
I should know, I live here.
I really didn't expect the second biggest city in Sweden to be such a sad place.
t. north-east Germany
>second-biggest city of Sweden
>never got destroyed in war for centuries
>nonetheless even uglier than post-world-war Warsaw and Dresden
My face when. Sweden, what happened? Who's to blame for your people in a country with highest standard of living and HDI living in such projects-like block of flats?
The Social Democrats.