Loud and free situated at the side of the highway between Gothenburg and Falkenberg are six tall antenna towers in a row, each 127 meters high.
Today it is hard to imagine that it was with this system you communicated with the US, whether it came telegram to individuals or important matters of state.
It is awesome to think that we have gone from this huge machine to a mobile phone in your pocket, says Jennie Helin, project coordinator at World Heritage Grimeton.
The surface outside Varberg was chosen because it would be so free path as possible for radio waves to New York, and at the same time an open space that was located too close to the sea.
The decision to build the station was to send morse telegraph across the Atlantic without risking broken cable connections during the First World War.
During World War II passed many countries telegrams by the radio station.