Jönköping (pronounced: Yon-sher-ping) is a city in southern Sweden.
It has 61,559 inhabitants (2013).
Jönköping is situated by the southern end of Sweden's second largest lake, Vättern.
Famous people who have come from Jönköping include ABBA's Agnetha Fältskog, lead singer of The Cardigans Nina Persson, and painter and illustrator John Bauer.
John Bauer died in a shipwreck in Lake Vättern, alongside his wife and son, at the age of 36.
Andrew Berridge, viola player for Scottish Ensemble, took photos as the group travelled around Sweden on the Dancenet Sweden tour of Goldberg Variations - ternary patterns for insomnia (27 Jan - 6 Feb 2016). This was the second time that the performance had come to Sweden; it premiered in Stockholm on 17 September 2015.