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Via dei Verbiti at Piazza de Colosseo in Rome – I 🇮🇹

International Volvo Photo Locations Part 398 Via dei Verbiti is located at Piazza de Colosseo in Rome, Italy. At Piazza de Colosseo you will find the famous Colosseum or Coliseum, also known as the Flavian Amphitheatre or Colosseo, which is an oval amphitheatre in the centre of the city of Rome, Italy. Built of travertine […]

Kungsparken in Malmö 🇸🇪

Volvo Photo Locations Part 314 Kungsparken is a park in Malmö, Sweden. It is located in the centre of the city just west of the Malmö City Hall and Malmö District Court and surrounds Malmöhus Castle. Up until 1881 it was known as Slottsparken. Because of this and their close proximity, it is sometimes confused […]

Lilla Fjellsholmen or Volvo Summer Camp on Trälen near Vedhall in Kungälv 🇸🇪

Volvo Photo Locations Part 313 Jetty – brygga ——– Beach – badplatsen The beach had a concrete wall that was poplar to sit on and protected the island from flooding during the wintertime when hard winds were blowing on the coast. ——- Restaurant – reception The restaurant and reception building used to be the first […]

Olaus Petrigatan in Örgryte in Göteborg

Volvo Photo Locations Part 306 Olaus Petrigatan is a street in the Örgryte area in Göteborg, Sweden. On this street, you will find some exclusive houses with an amazing panoramic view over Göteborg. Houses in this area in Örgryte were built in the 1940s and 1950s. The street was named after Olof Persson, sometimes Petersson […]

Scandic Opalen Hotell on Heden in Göteborg

Volvo Photo Locations Part 291 Scandic Opalen is a hotel in the Heden district of Göteborg, located at the Engelbrektsgatan-Skånegatan intersection and close to Scandinavium and Ullevi. Plans for a major hotel had been discussed for a long time. When the city of 1955 made the land available and decided to stand as a builder […]

Kullaviks Hamn in Kullavik

Volvo Photo Locations Part 231 Kullaviks Hamn is a boat harbour at Kullaviksvägen in Kullavik, just 15 kilometers south of Göteborg. The name Kullavik was first used officially in 1911. On 1 September the sign at the railway station between Göteborg and Särö was changed. The reason for the name change from the original name […]