Volvo Photo Locations Part 151
Guldhedstorget is a town square in the northern Guldheden in Göteborg. It got its name in 1945 after its central location within the northern Guldheden, which was then under construction as part of the exhibition Bo Bättre (Better Living).
The entrance to the exhibition was positioned exactly where Reutersgatan meets Guldhedsgatan. The square surface is about 1800 square meters. Two low buildings delimit the square on each side, a former restaurant building and a block with three floors. Southeast of the square is the traffic junction Wavrinskys plats.
More information at sv.wikipedia.org and Göteborg Posten.