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Avenue Jean Lorrain in Nice – F

International Volvo Photo Locations Part 274 Avenue Jean Lorrain is a street along the French Riviera in Nice. The street is named after Jean Lorrain, he was a French poet and novelist of the Symbolist school. Lorrain was openly gay and a dedicated disciple of dandyism. He contributed to the satirical weekly Le Courrier français, […]

Château d’Aigle in Aigle – CH

International Volvo Photo Locations Part 254 Château d’Aigle is located on Place du Château 1 in Aigle, Switzerland, close to Laka Geneva. Aigle Castle is a castle in the municipality of Aigle of the Canton of Vaud in Switzerland. It is a Swiss heritage site of national significance. The Barons of Aigle were first mentioned […]

Le Lacustre in Lausanne – CH

International Volvo Photo Locations Part 253 Le Lacustre Restaurant is located on Quai Jean-Pascal Delamuraz in Lausanne, Switzerland. Ouchy is a port, and popular lakeside resort located south of the city of Lausanne in Switzerland at the edge of Lake Geneva. Le Lacustre in Lausanne is a restaurant that offers a Swiss brasserie cuisine, specializing […]

Silverfallet in Björkliden

Volvo Photo Locations Part 226 Silverfallet, at Rakkasjokk near Brörkliden, is a beautiful waterfall leading to Tornetrask. A wide walking path can be followed through a beautiful birch forest. The last bit down towards the waterline the path narrows and becomes quite steep. It is worth going all the way down when you get there, […]

Panoramavägen in Göteborg (2)

Volvo Photo Locations Part 93 Panoramavägen (Panorama road) is a street in Keillers Park on Ramberget on Hisingen Island, in the north of Göteborg. From this spot, you get a wonderful view over the city Göteborg! Ramberget (English: Raven Hill) is a mountain on Hisingen island in Gothenburg, Sweden. The surrounding area and park is […]

Kvarnbergsgatan in Göteborg

Volvo Photo Locations Part 186 Kvarnbergsgatan is a street in the district Nordstaden in Göteborg. It is about 70 meters long, and range from Torggatan to Övre Spannmålsgatan. The street connects with Östra Hamngatan through Klädpressaregatan. The street was named in 1671, after windmills were erected on the Kvarnberget until the 1730s. Earlier names of […]