Almarestäket, or Stäket, is a strait at the inlet of Lake Mälaren in mid-east Sweden.
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Allianshallen is an indoor arena in Uppsala, Sweden, used mostly for floorball.
Albysjön (Swedish for "Lake of Alby") is a lake in Tyresö Municipality just south of Stockholm in Sweden.
Adelsö Church (Swedish: Adelsö kyrka) is a church located on the Lake Mälaren island of Adelsö, in Ekerö Municipality in central eastern Sweden.
Acktjära is a small area located to the immediate south of Bollnäs, in Sweden. It comprises a collection of hamlets and farming lands spread between thick forests. Main access point are from the 83 road from Gävle, and from Kilafors, heading to Norr…
Abrahamsberg is a residential district in the Västerort section of Stockholm municipality, Sweden, and part of the Bromma borough. It is bordered by Riksby, Stora Mossen, Ålsten, Olovslund and Åkeslund and is served by the Abrahamsberg metro station…
Aapua is a village in the county of Norrbotten in Sweden. The village is situated in Övertorneå Municipality, 60 km from Pajala, and in 2000 the village had 137 inhabitants. To the south there is a lake, Aapuajärvi. In 2005 seven wind turbines were …
The 2008 Le Gruyère European Curling Championships were held at Swedbank Arena in Örnsköldsvik, Sweden December 6–13, 2008. In a rematch of the men's A-Group final from the 2007 European Curling Championships, David Murdoch led Scotland to a second …
The 7th European Cross Country Championships were held at Malmö in Sweden on 10 December 2000. Paulo Guerra took his fourth title in the men's competition and Katalin Szentgyörgyi won the women's race.
The Gustaf Adolf Church (Swedish: Gustaf Adolfskyrkan) is a church building in the Gustav Adolf Park at Östermalm in Stockholm, Sweden.
Gustav Adolf Church (Swedish: Gustav Adolfs kyrka) is a church in Habo Municipality in Sweden.
Öxnered is a village just outside Vänersborg in the Vänersborg Municipality in Västra Götalands län in Sweden.
Övre Rudasjön (Swedish for "Upper Crucian carp Lake"), or Övre Rudan for short, is a lake in Haninge Municipality, 18 km (11 mi) south of central Stockholm, Sweden.
Övraby was the village that was left after the town Halmstad in Halland moved five kilometers to the south in 1320.
Överskärargränd (Swedish: "Cloth Finisher's Alley" or, literally, "Over-cutter's Alley") is an alley in Gamla stan, the old town in central Stockholm, Sweden.
The runestone known as Östergötland Rune Inscription 179 or Ög 179, as listed in the Rundata catalog, stands on the east side of the Vadstena Abbey in Vadstena, Sweden. The stone is tinted red and is about 193 cm in height. The inscription is classi…
Östanå Castle is a castle in Sweden.
Örebro Central Station (Swedish: Örebro centralstation or Örebro C) is a railway station in Örebro, Sweden, located north of city center. The station building was designed by architect Adolf W.
Årnäs is a village in Halland County, Sweden.
Åre railway station is a railway station located at Åre in Åre Municipality, Sweden on the Mittbanan railway. The first station building was opened in 1881 and designed by Adolf W. Edelsvärd.
Ånn is a village in Åre Municipality, Jämtland, Sweden. Located about 30 kilometres (19 mi) from the Norwegian border, both the Middle Line and European Route E14 pass through the village.
Åkullsjön is a small village in Robertsfors Municipality, Västerbotten, Sweden.
Åheden is an ancient agricultural society, with about 55 people living (December 2008) 25 km south of Umeå, in northern Sweden near the Arctic circle, between localities Sörmjöle and Norrmjöle.
Ågestasjön (Swedish for "Lake of Ågesta") is a small lake in Huddinge Municipality south of Stockholm, Sweden.
Ärnäs (also, Arnäs) is a village adjacent to Kullhån, Älvdalen Municipality, Dalarna County, Sweden.
Ärnäs (also, Arnäs) is a village adjacent to Limedsforsen, Malung-Sälen Municipality, Dalarna County, Sweden.
Ältasjön (Swedish: "Lake of Älta") is a lake in southern Stockholm, Sweden, located north-east of Lake Flaten and named for the vicinity to the urban district Älta.
Yxtaholm Castle is a castle in Sweden.
Yxskaftkälen is a village of Strömsund Municipality, Jämtland County in northern Sweden. The name origins from the wood which was suitable for making handles to an axe.
Yxlan is an island in the Stockholm archipelago.
Yttertavle is a small locality situated in Umeå Municipality, Västerbotten County, Sweden, with 75 inhabitants in 2005.
Ylinen Kassa is a village in the county of Norrbotten in Sweden.
Woodyhallen is an indoor arena in Katrineholm, Sweden.
Willy Brandts Park is a small park in Hammarbyhöjden, Stockholm, named after former German Chancellor Willy Brandt, who lived in the area during his exile from Nazi Germany.
Western Getterön Nature Reserve (Swedish: Västra Getteröns naturreservat) is a nature reserve at the westernmost part of Getterön in Varberg Municipality, Sweden. It consists of a peninsula which is popularly known as Stora Gubbanäsan ("The Great Ol…
Wapnö Castle is a castle in Sweden.