National Geographic : 1950 Nov
© National Geographic Society 616 Kodachrome byC(arleton Mitchell Bohus Castle, a Railed-in Ruin, Once So Dominated Its Countryside that It Gave Its Name toaProvince, Sweden's Bohuslin From these heights Norwegians at arms once kept watch on Swedes across the border. Today the frontier lies farther north, and Sweden controls allthis territory. Here the Nordre River flows out of the Gota, first link of the all-Swedish Gota Canal (pages 618, 619, and 620). Kungalv (right) squeezes between stream and cliff.