People and Wolves in Gothenburg!


The coming weekend of 9 -10 May, Lorenzburg’s recently founded Institute for Speculative Ethnology invites the public to participate in a dramatization of the ancient Lorenzburgian celebration of St Peregrine’s day. Saint Peregrine’s day on the 16th of May used to mark the day for potato planting in the south of Sweden. In Lorenzburg and the … Continue reading People and Wolves in Gothenburg!

Lorenzburg becomes the Grand Principality of Lorenzburg


The ancient Principality of Lorenzburg has been a hidden agent for play and neighborliness for centuries. Geographically it’s most often been localized to the place that, today, is called the city district of Lorensberg in the Swedish city of Karlstad. Recently, some of our citizens have emigrated to the adjacent Kroppkärr while some, already resident … Continue reading Lorenzburg becomes the Grand Principality of Lorenzburg