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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