Göteborg is nearly 400 years old. As Sweden is, for the most part, a peaceful country, many of the buildings are over 100 years old. A walk through downtown Göteborg reveals a fusion of new and old: A rugged brick building is home to a top-of-the-line electronics store, a hybrid smartcar drives down a cobblestone street. Many of the decorations reveal a rich, ancient culture that still feeds the heartbeat of this city.

South West Göteborg

Gothia Towers & Heaven 23
This 23-story mirrored high rise hotel towers over most of the ancient buildings surrounding it. The building is decorated with the ultimate luxury and modern amenities. The lobby is tastefully designed with white marble and plush tan couches. Guests and non-guests alike can ride the glass elevator to the 23rd floor, which is home to the popular bar and nightclub Heaven 23. Heaven 23 is a cutting edge bar, with dim yellow lights that reflect off of red walls and black flooring. Most of the clientele are young business professionals and travellers.
  • Though mortally owned, feeding and meeting territory of the Carthian Movement.

Liseberg Park
This is one of the largest amusement parks in all of Scandinavia. It is popular with all age groups.
  • Headquarters and hunting ground of The Circle of The Crone
  • Nearly all of the employees are COC affiliated vampires or ghouls.

The Museum of Art
Built to celebrate the 300th anniversary of Göteborg in 1923, the Museum of Art is home to a famous collection of 19th century Nordic art. The building is large and imposing, and the stone plaza in front of it is often home to street vendors and performers.
  • The Museum was designed by Sigfrid Ericson, an independent Ventrue embraced in 1940. He has taken ownership of the museum, and controls most of it’s activities.
  • Site of Elysium.


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