Details from the equipment in the radiostation. Photo: Bengt A. Lundberg, National Heritage Board, 1999
The radio station of Grimeton at Varberg represents a decisive step in the development of wireless communications.
Grimeton was inscribed on the World Heritage list in 2004.
The Justification of the World Heritage Committee
The Varberg radio station at Grimeton is an outstanding monument representing the process of development of communication technology in the period following the First World War. The Varberg radio station is an exceptionally well preserved example of a type of telecommunication centre, representing the technological achievements by the early 1920s, as well as documenting the further development over some three decades.
The Grimeton Radiostation. Photo: Bengt A. Lundberg, National Heritage Board, 1999