Antikrundan comes to Karlskrona

This summer, the SVT program Antikrundan goes on its annual tour. Now it is clear that one of the stops will take place in Karlskrona. On August 31, the program visits Stumholmen to record an episode in the middle of the world heritage site.


Antikrundan is one of SVT's great successes and this year marks 35 years since the program was broadcast for the first time. In the program, Anne Lundberg, and a number of experts, travel around the country to meet people who want to have their antiques valued.

This summer's recording tour makes six stops and on August 31, it's time for Karlskrona to get a visit. The program will be recorded in the Aviation hangars on Stumholmen.

- It is fun to be able to welcome Antikrundan to Karlskrona, and extra fun that SVT chooses to record at Stumholmen in the heart of the world heritage site. We know that the program is very popular, so it will be a great opportunity to show off our beautiful city to the viewers, says Pär Israelsson, head of tourism at Karlskrona municipality.

- We are very happy that Antikrundan is coming to visit us at Stumholmen. The historical environments on the island are well suited to the program's content and the Aviation hangars are a very good choice as a filming location, says Mats Persson, museum director at the Marine Museum.

Dates for all recordings are:

August 20: Stockholm City Hall
August 22: Mariehamn Alandica, Åland
August 27: Borlänge Rommehedsläger
August 29: Motala, Locomotive workshop
August 31: Karlskrona Stumholmen
September 2: Landskrona Art Gallery

- It simply feels like a great tour and I'm already looking forward to August, says Anne Lundberg, program manager for Antikrundan for 24 years.

Many of the popular experts, such as Knut Knutson, Bo Knutsson and Anette Granlund, have been involved since the start in 1989. But several of the more recently added experts will also participate in this year's recordings, such as Rickard Thunér, Carolina Tüür and Joakim Bengtsson, among others.

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