The Gothenburg Concert Hall comes from the Swedish architect Nils Einar Eriksson and was built in 1935 at Götaplatsen. With museums and other cultural institutions, the concert hall is the framing of the Götaplatsen, whose center is the Poseidon sculpture by Carl Milles. The large main room, "Stora Salen," provides space for 1,247 guests, the adjoining room, "Stenhammarsalen" is used for smaller chamber concerts. The hall is used among others by the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra.
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