Kiruna Stadshuset
Kiruna Stadshuset
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Stellan D
Bromma, Sweden585 contributions
Mar 2019 • Couples
A lot of buildings closest to the iron ore mine are being demolished as the mining is cintinueing under the town. The first building to be moved to a new location about 7 km east of the old location was the city hall. The old building is now being torn down so you need to go an look at the old one.
Written 31 March 2019
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Ove L
Lund, Sweden93 contributions
Nov 2018 • Couples
Well this building will not exist any more due to risk from the big LKAB mine. it will be demolished . A new townhall is build in a new safe area and the old belltower is moved to this place.
Written 30 November 2018
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John K
Rosamond, CA66 contributions
Feb 2018 • Couples
It was interesting to see the model of the town and how the move of the town is going to affect the town geography. Otherwise the only thing to see here is some artwork on the walls. There were no other displays or written explanations we could find. It was worth going in for us, but it was a quick visit. We went up to the top floor, but the snow blocked any views that might have otherwise been visible.
Written 3 March 2018
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JPandRL
Lexington, MA26 contributions
Jan 2018 • Couples
The Visitor Center is a focal point for info on the area. You need to understand that they are a "Chamber of Commerce" and really push their members activities and tours. If you can withstand the sales push, you can find a lot of free activities to do.
Written 22 January 2018
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Bruno J
Lakewood, NY168 contributions
Aug 2017 • Family
We were there in August and the tower had just been removed. You need to visit it before it s too late. This building will not be moved, the replacement is already there on the other side of the city. There is a reproduction model of the city to understand which area are concerned by the ground collapsing issue. Well done.
Written 21 December 2017
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JonDoe04134
Umeå, Sweden4,202 contributions
Dec 2017 • Friends
There's some art inside worth seeing, but what I liked most were the detailed plans of the moving of the town. The tower has already been moved to the new location (on the way from the airport) and the rest will be demolished.
Written 8 December 2017
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CBxGBG
Kungsbacka, Sweden150 contributions
Jul 2017 • Couples
The architecture is so 1950-60's and the building is great. Many features to pay attention to and art, photos and paintings that are really nice. There is also a lot of information about the Kiruna city move - well worth a visit
Written 18 July 2017
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DrBScotland
Abernethy, UK457 contributions
Jun 2017 • Solo
From the outside, Only the intricate door handles give s clue of what the interior holds
Open the heavy doors to reveal a high light interior full of interest at every level the eye can find - wooden panelling, high light. Rulings and glass , SN unexpected ride. Space in the centre and interesting displays and sry of acts around the edge of this space.
Worth a wander to see.
AAND. It will move when the town centre moves in the near future. ( the iron mind is paying to move the city centre due to subsidence. )
The tower is being preserved but not the building. - so see it whilst it is still here. !!!!
Written 27 June 2017
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Phayao13
Stockholm, Sweden3,844 contributions
Apr 2017 • Family
The City Hall has been called for Kiruna,s livingroom,Inside the town hall is more of Kiruna's many fine works of art. Are you curious about the large urban revolution is an interesting exhibition on the spot
Written 14 April 2017
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MineReiseplaner
Lillestrom, Norway183 contributions
Aug 2016 • Business
Kiruna Stadshus is famous for its bell tower. Inside you'll find a very interesting model shoving the city today, and the moving plans for the whole city. The reason for the move is that the mining industry has perforated the ground and made it impossible to maintain the city at its present location. The mining company LKAB paying for the transfere. The mining industry is the financial backbone of the place therefor the move so the mining can continue.
The "Stadshus" also has an interesting Sami art collection. Entrance is free.
Written 3 August 2016
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