Volvo Photo Locations Part 58
Historic Volvo Photography Locations Overview

1930 - Volvo PV651 in front of Börsen in Göteborg

1930 – Volvo PV651 at Börsen on Gustaf Adolfstorg in Göteborg, Sweden 🇸🇪.

1931 – Volvo PV651 Paketvagn for Bräutigams Konditori at Börsen on Gustaf Adolfstorg in Göteborg, Sweden 🇸🇪.

1938 – Volvo PV57 leveransvagn for Kanolds chokladfabrik at Börsen on Gustaf Adolfstorg in Göteborg, Sweden 🇸🇪.

1942 – Volvo PV53 with external gasturbine at Börsen on Gustaf Adolfstorg in Göteborg, Sweden 🇸🇪.

1946 – Volvo PV60 at Börsen on Gustaf Adolfstorg in Göteborg, Sweden 🇸🇪.

1963 – Volvo P1800 at Börsen on Gustaf Adolfstorg in Göteborg, Sweden 🇸🇪.

1965 - Volvo 122S

1965 – Volvo 122S Amazon at Börsen on Gustaf Adolfstorg in Göteborg, Sweden 🇸🇪.

1965 – Volvo 122S Amazon at Börsen on Gustaf Adolfstorg in Göteborg, Sweden 🇸🇪.

1965 – Volvo 122S Amazon at Börsen on Gustaf Adolfstorg in Göteborg, Sweden 🇸🇪.

1970 - Volvo 144 Taxi

1970 – Volvo 144 Taxi at Börsen on Gustaf Adolfstorg in Göteborg, Sweden 🇸🇪.

1971 – Volvo 142 De Luxe Trafikskolebil at Börsen on Gustaf Adolfstorg in Göteborg, Sweden 🇸🇪.

1974 – Volvo 164 & 144 at Börsen on Gustaf Adolfstorg in Göteborg, Sweden 🇸🇪.

1976 - Volvo 264 TE

1976 – Volvo 264 TE at Börsen on Gustaf Adolfstorg in Göteborg, Sweden 🇸🇪.

2010 – Volvo S80 at Börsen on Gustaf Adolfstorg in Göteborg, Sweden 🇸🇪.

2015 - Volvo V40

2015 – Volvo V40 at Börsen on Gustaf Adolfstorg in Göteborg, Sweden 🇸🇪.

2015 - Volvo V40

2015 – Volvo V40 at Börsen on Gustaf Adolfstorg in Göteborg, Sweden 🇸🇪.

2012 – Börsen (Stock Exchange) at Gustaf Adolfstorg in Göteborg

The Bourse (Swedish: Börsen) is a municipal building in Gothenburg, western Sweden. It is located on the north side of Gustaf Adolf Square.

Originally it was designed as a mercantile exchange, with a ballroom, by architect Pehr Johan Ekman in the Neoclassical style. It opened on 1 December 1849. The Gothenburg City Council has conducted its meetings here since January 5, 1863.

The Swedish term for this building, Börsen (derived from the French “La bourse”), is frequently mis-translated into English as “The Stock Exchange”. However, the building was never primarily a stock exchange, but rather a commercial exchange or mercantile exchange (see Exchange (organized market)), in the same spirit as a modern commodities exchange. Although the Gothenburg exchange had no royal patronage, it fulfilled a similar function to the contemporaneous royal exchanges of, for example, Dublin, Edinburgh and London.

1955 - Börsen Göteborg

1955 – Börsen Göteborg

By statute enacted in 1661, the first trade guild in Sweden was created in Gothenburg, meeting at a town hall building located on what is now the Gustaf Adolf Square.

The current Bourse building is located on the site of the Kaulbarska House, that had been owned by Baron Johan von Kaulbars, who had been a general in the army of King Charles XII. The mansion was demolished in the early 19th century, to make way for a new civic building.

By 1844, the city’s merchants had raised enough funds for the construction of this building, with the cornerstone being laid on June 1, 1844, and completion in 1849.

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More information on sv.wikipedia.org.

Historic Volvo Photography Locations Overview