Konstvägen sju älvar

Konstvägen sju älvar is a tourist and sculpture route in Västerbotten in North Sweden that travels 350 kilometers in from the coast.[1]


Seven Rivers Art goes from Umeå port in Holmsund at the Gulf of Bothnia in Västerbotten to Borgafjäll in Lapland through Umeå and Dorotea. The art route follows the E12, highway 92 and County Road 1052. Since 1997, thirteen artworks have been erected along this road. The art route is 350 kilometers long and crosses seven rivers namely the Vindelälven, Umeälven, Öreälven, Lögdeälven, Gideälven, Ångermanälven and Saxälven. The art project is managed by the non government organisation Konstvägen Seven Rivers with the support of the five effected municipalities.


The artwork "811" at Baggböle, photographed in August 2011


  1. "Konstvägen sju älvar". Föreningen Konstvägen sju älvar. Retrieved 11 March 2014.

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