Dragon gnesta. On the trail of 'The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo' in Sweden

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In actuality however, Henrik really wants Mikael to take a closer look at the strange disappearance of his niece Harriet in the summer of 1966. Year Turnout Votes Left Right Other Elected 86. Palmqvist also points out the courthouse where Blomqvist is put on trial in the first book and the home of Salander's second guardian, the evil Nils Bjurman, located in the northern part of Stockholm by Odenplan. The films have, with a few exceptions, been shot on site. That means: Hedestad lies somewhere between Söderhamn and Hudiksvall, may be Hudiksvall is Hedestad. Lisbeth meets him here, to lend 120,000 kronor for a high-risk investment.

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Gnesta, Södermanland

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Industry-wise, Gnesta mostly has small companies with few employed. Some of them are more famous than others. The cafe, renamed Mellqvists Kaffebar in 2008, is frequently visited by coffee-quaffing Blomqvist and was one of Larsson's favorite spots, before he died of a heart attack in 2004 at age 50. The hilly Stockholm district -- with popular bars, fashion stores and art galleries -- is one of many islands that form the city center and the home of Larsson's characters. She lives here in the beginning of the story. Some 100 extras, all local Gnesta residents, participated. Salander's friendly first legal guardian Holger Palmgren also lived there before he was hospitalized.

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Lisbeth and her lawyer Annika Gianini meet up for a drink at Södra Teatern in the third book. A new water tower replaced the old one in 1977, but the first one still stands where it was built. With the countryside being nearby, visitors have the chance to enjoy the beautiful Swedish nature. The film premiered worldwide, and in Gnesta, on 27 February 2009. I am at the hotel — reading a book — possessing a glass or two of wine tonight. It is also here, in Hedestad, that an event occurred several decades earlier that is significant to both the intrigue and the outcome of the story.

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Hedestad Sweden

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And business has never been better. It is in the area surrounding it that you find most of the old houses. The sources are identical to the table above. It still is an important landmark. Blomqvist and Salander, the trilogy's main characters, both have apartments there. Hedestad was one of the smaller ones, a little more than an hour north of GĂ€vle.

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Gnesta Municipality

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The Railway Station The first railway station building in Gnesta was built in 1861 and it became a model for several other stations built in Sweden the following years. Major film project The filming of Stieg Larsson's Millennium Trilogy was one of the largest film projects in the Scandinavian countries. Lisbeth's miserable upbringing at Lundagatan is told in retrospect. There are several small towns that spread out over the green region of Södermanland in Sweden. The courthouse from the turn of the century with its massive tower is regarded as one of the foremost examples of Swedish national romanticism architecture, with a successful 2000s restoration. The film premiered worldwide, and in Gnesta, on 27 February 2009.

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Sweden: Fans of ‘Girl With Dragon Tattoo’ look for familiar locations in Stockholm

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Among those fans, our own Stephanie Gosk. Some scenes were shot at the rundown traffic hub Slussen, which has been torn down during the 2010s. Open to public at weekdays; security checkpoint at front door. After six shifts, she puts on a pair of gloves and puts all six bags into a garbage bag and ties that off before bringing it straight to the washer and. This crane delivered water to the old steam locomotives.

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Sweden: Fans of ‘Girl With Dragon Tattoo’ look for familiar locations in Stockholm

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I'm sorry, that's none of my business. The hilly Stockholm district — with popular bars, fashion stores and art galleries — is one of many islands that form the city center and the home of Larsson's characters. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. It is also possible to live in the castle. Photograph: Bertil Karlsson, Gnesta municipality.

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