Jennie Helin, författare på Världsarvet Grimeton Radiostation
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Author: Jennie Helin

  Plan your visit to World Heritage Grimeton this summer and make sure you have a place on one of the guided tours of the Radio Station. Chose between The Day Shift och The Technical Shift. http://grimeton.org/guided-tours/?lang=en  ...

A unique and still operational long wave transmitter, with call sign SAQ, can be seen at Grimeton Radio Station. Transmissions began during 1924 and was then part of a network including nine stations, all equipped with the same kind of long wave transmitter.The former, once...

During June, July and August, the world heritage site is open almost daily 10 am to 5 pm*. Join one of the guided tours and find out why a radio station from the 1920's, is inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage List. Right in front of the antenna park is...

World Heritage Grimeton Radio station can be experienced all year round. During the guided tours our guides tells the story about the 1920 high-tech wonders, its role during the years and what is happening at the facility today. If the group is specifically interested in the technology,...