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(1930) - Tema: Göteborg
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Gustaf Adolf’s Day. (6th Nov. 1927.)



The 6th November every year is a great day for school children, who all march (each carrying a Swedish National Flag) to Gustaf Adolf’s Torg or Square, to commemorate the anniversary of the death of this great monarch, the founder of Gothenburg. The children sing national songs, accompanied by military bands, speeches are made by City Councillors and others. The City is decorated with flags and lit up at night by coloured electric lamps, torch lights etc., and national rejoicings take place all over the City.

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