swedish town means a lot to me. I had the opportunity to spend almost
6 months there for job reasons, and i was very fascinated. The architecture,
life-style, behaviours, attractions of this town is much different from
that of Roma, the city where i live.
to prepare three different photo albums. Each of them covers one important
aspect of my Goteborg experience.
- Town. These are pictures i was taking from
time to time during my wandering around. My goal was not to record the
main touristic attractions or famous places (no "postcards",
so to say!), but just getting spots of those things that captured my
- Snow. A couple of months before i left there
was a lot of snow and the town turned completely white. That reminded
me of my early 22 years when i used to live in L'Aquila, a mountain
town in the middle of Italy, where there used to be a lot of snow in
the wintertime. Some of the pictures depict Goteborg covered by snow,
other are from a lake just outside town that got frozen and covered
with snow, and people where skying on it.
- Friends. This is the best part of my
experience. I met so many nice people in Goteborg. They were swedish
people and also a lot of people coming from abroad (like me): Greece,
China, Poland, France, Italy, Iran, etc. There are many pictures from
dinners and parties.