Stora Värtan is an inlet of the Baltic Sea located in the Stockholm archipelago north of the city of Stockholm, Sweden.
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Stora Hoparegränd (Swedish: Larger Hopare Alley) is an alley in Gamla stan, the old town of Stockholm, Sweden.
Stora Gråmunkegränd (Swedish: Great Greyfriar's Alley) is an alley in Gamla stan, the old town in central Stockholm, Sweden.
Stora Förö is a small island in the Southern Gothenburg Archipelago of western Sweden, which belongs to the Delfin summer home society. The first summer cottages were built here in the 1930s.
Stenestad is a village in Svalöv Municipality in southern Sweden.
The St. Laurence Foundation (Laurentiistiftelsen) is an independent student hostel in Sweden for students at Lund University. The foundation belongs to the Catholic movement of the Church of Sweden. It was founded in 1938. Daily office is prayed and…
Spegeldammen (Swedish: Mirror Pond) is a small lake at Norra Djurgården in north-eastern central Stockholm, Sweden.
Soltorgsgymnasiet commonly referred to as Soltorg is a natural science and technology focused gymnasium in Borlänge. As of 2007 the school offers interdisciplinary focus of studies. Giving the students extensive freedom of choice of higher education.
Solnabron (Swedish: "The Solna Bridge") is a viaduct in Sweden.
Snärjebäcken is a river in Sweden.
Skånelaholm Castle (Swedish: Skånelaholm slott) is a castle in Sigtuna Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden.
Skärjån is a river in Sweden.
Skärbäck is a nature reserve in Varberg Municipality, Sweden. It's situated between the lakes Skärsjön, Humsjön and Grytsjön. The reserve has an area of 98 hectares and is dominated by broad-leaved deciduous forest.
Skuruhatt is a steep hilltop near Skurugata in Eksjö Municipality in southern Sweden, with expansive views of the interior of Småland.
Skräddargränd (Swedish: "Tailor's Alley") is an alley in Gamla stan, the old town in central Stockholm, Sweden.
Skräbeån is a river in the south of Sweden.
Skottgränd (Swedish: "Scotch Alley") is an alley in Gamla stan, the old town of Stockholm Sweden, stretching from Skeppsbron to Österlånggatan.
Skanörs Ljung Nature Reserve (Swedish: Skanörs ljung) is situated in the South-Western part of the Scania province of Sweden, in the Vellinge Municipality between Ljunghusen and Skanör-Falsterbo.
Sjökarteverket (Swedish: "The Nautical Chart Department") is a building located on the islet Skeppsholmen in central Stockholm, Sweden.
Själagårdsgatan (Swedish: "The Charitable Institution Street") is a street in Gamla stan, the old town in central Stockholm, Sweden. Stretching south from Köpmangatan to Tyska Brunnsplan, it forms a parallel street to Baggensgatan.
Simhallsbadet is a swimming venue in Helsingborg.
Sikeå is a locality situated in Robertsfors Municipality, Västerbotten County, Sweden. Together with the locality Legdeå, which is nearby, there are 360 persons living in the area. Sikeå has a camping for caravans, a handball team in division 1 nort…
Sicklauddsbron (Swedish: "The Bridge of Cape Sickla") or Apatêbron ("Bridge Apatê") is a bridge in central Stockholm, Sweden. It stretches over Sickla kanal in Södra Hammarbyhamnen. The name Sickla is believed to be derived from a 15th-century provi…
Sicklasjön (Swedish: "Lake of Sickla") is a lake in eastern central Stockholm, Sweden.
Seglora is the most rural part of the Borås Municipality.
Schönfeldts Gränd (Swedish: "Alley of Schönfeldt") is an alley in Gamla stan, the old town in central Stockholm, Sweden.
Sandemar Castle is a castle in Sweden.
Salviigränd (Swedish: Alley of Salvius) is an alley in Gamla stan, the old town in central Stockholm, Sweden.
Salsta Castle is a castle in Sweden.
Salnecke Castle is a castle in Sweden.
Salabacke Church is a church in Uppsala. The church is unusual, being made from wood. Bror Hjorth designed the altarpieces.
Saint Lawrence church is located in Falkenberg old town, Sweden and probably built around 1300. It was the town's parish church until 1892, when it was replaced with Falkenbergs church.
Several steamships have borne the name Westfalen, after the Westphalia region in Germany:
Rönnöfors is a locality in the historical province Jämtland in the middle of Sweden.
Rödlöga is a cluster of islets outside in the Stockholm archipelago. The main island has been permanently inhabited since the 18th century into the 1970s when it last permanent resident, George Nordström, died.
Råö is a locality in Kungsbacka Municipality, Halland, Sweden.