Färjenäsparken

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Färjenäsparken is a park located on the north bank of the Göta älv, Sweden. It consists of grilling places, a driving range, a ground for beach volley ball, mini golf, a cafe with a lunch restaurant, and other attractions. Färjenäs is where Karl IX founded Gothenburg in 1603. In 1611 the city was burned down by the Danes[citation needed].

Coordinates: 57°41′49″N 11°54′11″E / 57.697°N 11.903°E / 57.697; 11.903