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Rave party to be held at Sweden's weirdest tourist attraction

Ready to dance the night away here? Photo: Sisyfosgruppen

Published: 05.Dec.2018 15:41 hrs

For years it has been not much more than an oddity, an unused tourist attraction that drew guests for its sheer absurdity and wildly out-of-place feeling. But soon, it will be the location of a three-day rave expected to draw electronic music fans from across Scandinavia.

It is, of course, the Dragon Gate hotel, one of the strangest places in Sweden. Located just off the E4 motorway near Gävle (Sweden's most random city), Dragon Gate is a massive oriental-looking construction that would seem more at home in rural China than Scandinavia. 
 
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