International Volvo Photo Locations Part 470 Sallingsundbroen or Sallingsund Bridge is a bridge that crosses Salling Sund between the island of Mors and the Salling peninsula on the mainland (Jylland (Jutland)) in Denmark. The bridge is 1717 metres long, the longest span is 93 metres, and the maximum clearance to the sea is 26 metres. […]
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International Volvo Photo Locations Part 469 Vilsundbroen or Vilsund Bridge is a bascule arch bridge that crosses Vilsund between Mors and Thy in northwestern Jutland, Denmark. The bridge is 382 metres long, and the longest span is 30 metres. Vilsund Bridge was designed by Anker Engelund. Construction started in 1937, and the bridge was opened […]
Volvo Photo Locations Part 385 Olofsvik is located on Halsbäcksvägen in Klövedal on the island Tjörn, at the Swedish westcoast. It is in the Halsbäck is a settlement from the Bronze Age. Here you can find some rock carvings on the block in Halsbäck near Ule place. More information on sv.wikipedia.org and bjorholmensmarina.se.
Volvo Photo Locations Part 288 Stora Norregatan is a street in the old center of Simrishamn. Simrishamn is a locality and the seat of Simrishamn Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 6,527 inhabitants in 2010. Simrishamn is, despite its small population, for historical reasons normally still referred to as a city. Simrishamn is a picturesque coastal […]
Volvo Photo Locations Part 108 Råda säteri is located on Säteriallén in Mölnlycke. Råda säteri is a herrgård or country house in Råda parish in Härryda. The manor is located near Rådasjön, right near Molnlycke not far from Göteborg. The main building and the wings were designed by the Swedish-British architect Sir William Chambers (1723-96). […]
Volvo Cars Press Release from September 2, 1985 at the launch of the 760 and 740 Station Wagons. JAN WILSGAARD, DESIGNER The man who turned the van into a station wagon. – Follow the laws of nature and don’t complicate matters! Functional and sensible designs are often the best looking. If that sounds easy, then […]