Beautiful Vintage Color Photos of Sweden in the 1940s

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These photographs were taken by Fredrik Daniel Bruno, an engineer and a dedicated amateur photographer born and raised in Hudiksvall in the province of Hälsingland, in the northern part of central Sweden. Bruno traveled widely and took numerous photographs of the country in the 1940s and early 1950s. He used either Kodachrome or Afgacolor diapositive film for his pictures.
Take a look at life in Swedish cities and towns in the 1940s through these 38 beautiful vintage color photographs taken by Bruno:

Stockholm, Uppland

Nybro, Småland

People in Slottsskogen in Gothenburg

Kungsgatan street at the intersection with Sveavägen street in Stockholm

Crossing between Götgatan and Ringvägen streets at Skanstull in the southern part of Stockholm

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