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Dyngö is a small island in the archipelago of Sweden's west coast, located in the province (landskap) of Bohuslän, near the village Fjällbacka.[1] Formerly a fishing community, the island now has few or no permanent inhabitants, hosting instead a number of summer residents. In the 1950s one prominent summer resident was Per Nyström, the then county governor of the provinces of Bohuslän and Gothenburg.


  1. ^ Wilhelm Hansson (1968). Skärgårdstrafiken i Bohuslän under 100 år: Skeppskatalog av Dag Almén (in Swedish). Zinderman. p. 72. Retrieved 2 August 2013.

Coordinates: 58°35′13″N 11°13′33″E / 58.58694°N 11.22583°E / 58.58694; 11.22583