Råpi (also, Ropi) is a 926 meters high mountain in Norrbotten County, northern Sweden, near Kiruna.
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Rådhusgränd (Swedish: "Town Hall Alley") is an alley in Gamla stan, the old town in central Stockholm, Sweden. Stretching from the junction between the street Myntgatan and the square Riddarhustorget, and passing between the Bonde Palace and Kanslih…
Rolfsån is a river in Sweden, the main outflow of lake Lygnern.
Rok River (Swedish: Rokån) is a river in Sweden.
Riddarhuskajen (Swedish: "Quay of the House of Knights") is a quay in Gamla stan, the old town in central Stockholm, Sweden. Located north of both the square Riddarhustorget and the House of Knights, it stretches east from the north-western corner o…
Riddargatan is a street in central Stockholm, the capital of Sweden.
The Rautas River (Swedish: Rautasälven, Northern Sami: Rávttaseatnu) is an early contributary to the Torne River in Swedish Lapland.
Ramsås is a village in Härnösand Municipality, Sweden.
Ramsan is an island in the Stockholm archipelago, and part of the Norrtälje Municipality, located in Sweden.
Ramkvilla is a small village south of Vetlanda in the southern Swedish province of Småland.
Pålsundsbron (Swedish: "The Pole Sound/Strait Bridge") is a bridge in central Stockholm, Sweden.
Pålsundet is a rural area outside Stockholm, close to the town of Järna.
Pungpinan is a small subdistrict of Skarpnäcks Gård in Skarpnäck borough in Stockholm that consists mostly of detached houses.
Pershyttan is a small mining town approximately 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) south south west of Nora, Sweden (174 km west of Stockholm).
Packhusgränd (Swedish: Warehouse Alley) is an alley in Gamla stan, the old town of Stockholm, Sweden.
PEAB Arena is an indoor arena in Nyköping, Sweden. Its current capacity is 5,500 and it was built in 2003. It was the home arena of the Nyköpings Hockey ice hockey team.
Os (spelled Ohs in older documents) is a small village that is part of the Värnamo Municipality, in the Småland province of southern Sweden.
Orlången is a lake in central Huddinge Municipality, just south of Stockholm, Sweden.
The Orion Theatre (Swedish: Orionteatern) - Stockholm's largest avant-garde stage was formed in 1983, and is one of Sweden's most interesting and innovative theatres.
Orhem is a district (Swedish: stadsdel) in Skarpnäck borough, Stockholm, Sweden.
Old Tyresö (Gamla Tyresö) is a district of Tyresö Municipality in Sweden.
Olandsån is a river in Sweden.
Nättrabyån is a river in Sweden.
Nätraån is a river in Sweden.
The Näsby Runestone, designated as U 455 under the Rundata catalog, is a Viking Age memorial runestone that is located in Näsby, Uppland, Sweden.
Nygränd (Swedish: New Alley) is an alley in Gamla stan, the old town of Stockholm, Sweden, connecting Skeppsbron to Österlånggatan.
Nybrogatan (Swedish for "New Bridge Street") is a street in the borough of Östermalm in central Stockholm, Sweden.
Notviken is a residential area in Luleå, Sweden.
Nottjärn is a small lake in the city of Ludvika, Sweden.
Norra Fågelås is a village near Skara in Hjo Municipality (Hjo kommun), Sweden.
Norra Dryckesgränd (Swedish: Northern Drunkenness Alley) is an alley in Gamla stan, the old town of Stockholm, Sweden.
Noor palace is a mansion from the 14th Century in Knivsta in Sweden.
Mörtsjön (Swedish for "Roach Lake") is a small lake in Huddinge Municipality, south of Stockholm in Sweden.
Mälartorget (Swedish: Square of Mälaren) is a public square in Gamla stan, the old town in central Stockholm, Sweden, named after its location on the western waterfront of the old town facing Lake Mälaren. Connected to the square are the streets and…
Munkbron (Swedish: "Monk's Bridge") is a public square on the western waterfront of Gamla stan, the old town in central Stockholm, Sweden. Connected to the square are Stora Gråmunkegränd, Gåsgränd, Lilla Nygatan, Yxsmedsgränd, and Munkbrogatan; whil…
Munkbrogatan (Swedish: "Monk's Bridge Street") is a street in the western part of Gamla stan, the old town in central Stockholm, Sweden.