The Royal National City Park (Swedish: Kungliga nationalstadsparken) is the world's first national city park, established in 1995 in the municipalities of Stockholm, Solna and Lidingö in Sweden.
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2,408 Articles of interest in Sweden
Ronneby Airport (Kallinge) (IATA: RNB, ICAO: ESDF) is located about 4 km (2.5 mi) from Ronneby, Sweden and 30 km (17 mi) from Karlshamn and 30 km (17 mi) from Karlskrona.
Rinkeby-Kista is a borough (stadsdelsområde) in Stockholm, Sweden.
Ribersborg open-air bath (Ribersborgs kallbadhus in Swedish, also known as Ribban by the older and Kallis by the younger generation) is an open-air public bath on the Ribersborg beach in Malmö, Sweden approximately one kilometre southwest of Turning…
The Orkesta Runestones are 11th century runestones engraved in Old Norse with the younger futhark that are located at the church of Orkesta north-east of Stockholm in Sweden.
Norsborg is a part of Botkyrka Municipality in Stockholm County, Sweden.
Norrmalm is a city district in Stockholm, part of the larger Norrmalm borough.
Norrköping Airport (IATA: NRK, ICAO: ESSP) is an airport situated around 3 km from the city center of Norrköping, Sweden.
Mölndal Municipality (Mölndals kommun or Mölndals stad) is a municipality in Västra Götaland in western Sweden, just south of Gothenburg.
The Mälaren Valley (Swedish: Mälardalen), occasionally referred to as Stockholm-Mälaren Region (Stockholm-Mälaren regionen), is the easternmost part of Svealand, the catchment area of Lake Mälaren and the surrounding municipalities.
The Ministry of Integration and Gender Equality (Swedish: Integrations- och jämställdhetsdepartementet) was a ministry of the Government Offices of Sweden. Its areas of responsibility included consumer affairs, democracy issues, gender equality, hum…
The Ministry of Employment (Swedish: Arbetsmarknadsdepartementet) is a ministry in the Swedish government responsible for labour market and working life policy.
Malmö Opera and Music Theatre (Swedish: Malmö opera och musikteater) is an opera house in Malmö, Sweden.
Långholmen Prison, officially Långholmen Central Prison (Swedish: Långholmens centralfängelse), was historically one of the biggest prison facilities in Sweden with more than 500 cells, located on the island of Långholmen in Stockholm. It was built …
Gavlerinken Arena, formerly known as Läkerol Arena (2006–2014) and Gavlerinken (1967–2006), is an indoor sporting arena located in Gävle, Sweden. The capacity of the arena is 8,585 for ice hockey games and 11,000 for concerts which makes it the 5th …
Lugnet is a large sport complex located in Falun, Sweden. 58 of the Swedish Sports Confederation's 67 special sports can be practiced there. There are 6 full sized indoor pitches in the area where everything from dance to association football can be…
Lovön is an island located in the Swedish Lake Mälaren in Ekerö Municipality of Stockholm County. It was a municipality of its own until 1952, when it was joined with Ekerö Municipality.
Limhamn is, in an administrative sense, the southern district of Malmö Municipality in Sweden.
Lilla Essingen is a small island in central Stockholm, Sweden, next to the larger neighbouring island Stora Essingen.
Kungsträdgården is a station of the Stockholm metro, located in the district of Norrmalm. It is the end station of line 10 and line 11 and was opened on 30 October 1977, as the 91st station. The platform is located approximately 34 meters undergroun…
Avenyn (English: The Avenue; formally Kungsportsavenyen, (en. "Kingsgate Avenue")) is the main boulevard of Gothenburg, Sweden. Designed in the mid 19th century as the first middle-class residential district outside the bastions of the fortified hea…
Kinnarps Arena is an ice hockey venue in Jönköping, Sweden.
Katarina kyrka (Church of Catherine) is one of the major churches in central Stockholm, Sweden. The original building was constructed 1656–1695. It has been rebuilt twice after being destroyed by fires, the second time during the 1990s.
Hedvig Eleonora Church (Swedish: Hedvig Eleonora kyrka) is a church in central Stockholm, Sweden (in the east district of Östermalm).
Hagaparken ("Haga Park"), or simply Haga in Solna Municipality just north of Stockholm, Sweden is a vast and popular nature area, with large parks, lakes, woods and gardens. Within the park is Haga Palace, King Gustav III's Pavilion, the Chinese Pav…
HSwMS Sölve is a monitor warship, built in 1875 at the Motala Warf in Norrköping, Sweden, by John Ericsson and J. C. A. d'Ailly.
Gustav III's Pavilion (Swedish: Gustav III:s paviljong) is a royal pavilion at the Haga Park, 2 km north of Stockholm. As a highlight in Swedish art history, the Pavilion is a fine example of the European neoclassicism of the late 18th century in No…
Grimsta IP is a multi-use stadium in Vällingby, Sweden. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of IF Brommapojkarna. The stadium holds 8000 people although only one stand is there on South side.
Gettlinge is a village in the southwest portion of the island of Öland, Sweden. It is known for its impressive Viking stone ship burial ground. Gettlinge is situated on the western fringe of the Stora Alvaret, a World Heritage Site designated by UNE…
Engelsberg Ironworks (Swedish: Engelsbergs bruk) is an ironworks in Ängelsberg, a village in Fagersta Municipality in Västmanland, Sweden.
The Böksta runestone is a Viking Age memorial runestone that is located near the farm of Böksta in Balingsta, which is about four kilometers southwest of Ramstalund, Uppsala County, Sweden, in the historic province of Uppland. It is situated not far…
Borås Municipality (Borås kommun) is a municipality in Västra Götaland County in western Sweden.
Dala Airport or Borlänge Airport (IATA: BLE, ICAO: ESSD) is situated southeast of Borlänge, a city in the Dalarna province of Sweden.
Boden Municipality (Swedish: Bodens kommun) is a municipality in Norrbotten County in northern Sweden.
The Battle of Sävar and Ratan is two battles fought a day apart. They are mentioned together as the same armies fought both battles and the later battle was essentially an extension of the first.
Astrid Lindgren's World (Astrid Lindgrens Värld) is a theme park located in Astrid Lindgren's native city Vimmerby, Sweden. In its 130,000 square metres, visitors meet all the beloved characters from Astrid Lindgren's books in person.