The shops along the David Street (also known as HaShalshelet) in Jerusalem. The street goes (with the exception of one zig-zag pair of corners in the middle) in a straight line from the Jaffa Gate and Tower of David in the west of the Old City to the Western Wall and temple mount area in the east.
I have no idea how this one came to be called "Swedish". The best I could come up with was a theory that Selma Lagerlöf's "Jerusalem", a pair of novels about Swedish migration to that same city, had some truth in them and that this was one of the footprints left. But according to any source that I could find, the Swedes that did emigrate ended up joining the American Colony here and were absorbed. Either way, I haven't found any connection.