Continued from Part 1, last week
From the woodland park that was not showing off quite as much autumn colour as I had hoped, I turned into a street leading towards the Culture Center (library, art museum and theatre). There are some impressive big old houses in that part of town.
I've always liked old houses with towers and odd angles etc. I remember thinking when I was younger that I'd like to live in a house with a tower... Now I'm not so sure I'd really like climbing all the inevitable stairs, though!
This entrance door caught my attention - especially with the rag rug in front!
I like the bay window, too. Never had one of those either!
Nice autumn colours in the trees along this street.
This is (part of) a upper secondary school (senior high school). Although I did not live here back in my school years, I actually did go to this school for six months later in life, attending a medical secretary training course.
The biggest church in town is nearby, built ~1906. It has been on this blog before.
|Ryttaren - The Rider|
Sculpture by Sven-Erik Johansson
Not one of my favourite sculptures (too odd for my taste). But the artist (1925-2020, born in Borås) is quite famous for his rather eerie paintings and sculptures.
The Culture Center. I went inside for a bit, but the Art museum turned out to be currently closed, preparing for a new exhibition.
A mural revisited on the way back.
I don't remember its title or artist.