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Raoul Wallenberg, Swedish diplomat in Budapest in the closing stages of World War 2, whose efforts helped save the lives of thousands of Hungarian Jews from the Nazis and their Hungarian allies in Nyilas (the Arrow Cross). I’d intended to post a photo of the Wallenberg monument on Holocaust Day (27 January) but didn’t have a decent photograph then. This was taken yesterday.
Bicycles in the snow parked in the stands near Saluhallen (the Market Hall).
A child’s winter bonnet decorates a decorative iron post of the railings surrounding Domkyrkan (the Cathedral); the day’s snowfall decorates the bonnet.
You know it’s citrus season when citrus fruits are the only ones display for sale outside the greengrocer’s at the corner of Brunnsgatan and Västergatan.
In Myrins Textile shop on Övre Husargatan central Gothenburg.
The Three Giraffes – sorry, The Three Graces – in Keillers Park has been given an eye, eyebrow and half a smiling mouth – so she’s smiling on at least one side of her face. Surely a gracious – or a giraffious smile.
See also Conversation in the Snow from last year.