Trollhättan Water Tower

The Trollhättan Water Tower is a landmark in central Trollhättan in Västergötland, Sweden. It is located next to Drottningtorget ("the Queen's Square") and University College West. The tower was built in 1909 by architect Erik Josephsson at the same year as Olidan Power Station. In 1992 it was converted to a tower of apartments. In total the tower consists of nine one or two storey apartments.[1][2]

The Water Tower in central Trollhättan

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  1. ^ Skånska vattentornssällskapet. March 15, 2007
  2. ^ Göteborgs-Posten Archived 2009-06-26 at the Wayback Machine. November 9, 2004

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Coordinates: 58°16.932′N 12°17.454′E / 58.282200°N 12.290900°E / 58.282200; 12.290900