Sturehof

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Sturehof in 2007 (on the right)

Sturehof is a famous seafood and shellfish restaurant on the Stureplan in Stockholm, Sweden, established in 1897. Sturehof and the restaurant Riche today belong to same company group. It was at Sturehof the automobile company Volvo was "born" when, in August 1924, Assar Gabrielsson and Gustaf Larson made an agreement to try to start a new automotive company in Sweden. The private agreement, handwritten by Assar Gabrielsson, was not finalized until more than a year later, December 16, 1925.

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Coordinates: 59°20′09.02″N 018°04′23.49″E / 59.3358389°N 18.0731917°E / 59.3358389; 18.0731917 (Sturehof)