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2,408 Articles of interest in Sweden

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  • Motala longwave transmitter

    The Motala longwave transmitter is a broadcasting station for longwave, established in 1927 in Motala, Sweden. Its aerial is of the T-type spun between two free standing steel framework towers, which still exist today. The transmitter was in service…

  • Morjärv railway station

    Morjärv Station (Morjärv järnvägsstation in Swedish, Morajärven rautatieasema in Finnish) is a railway station located on the Boden to Haparanda railway line in the village of Morjärv in northern Sweden. The railway was built in 1902, and Morjärv be…

  • Mejeriet

    Mejeriet, or Kulturmejeriet (the dairy), is a cultural venue in Lund, Sweden, which opened in 1987. It originally started as a co-operative dairy in 1896 by the corner of Malmövägen and the Lund-Revinge-Harlösa railroad.

  • Matvik

    Matvik is a small harbor in Karlshamn Municipality in southeastern Sweden. It is used for ferry services into the Hällaryd, or Karlshamn, archipelago out south to Tärnö, its biggest island.

  • Lötsjön

    Lötsjön is a small lake in Sundbyberg, a municipality north of Stockholm, Sweden. The shallow lake features a rich variety of water birds and a fountain. A promenade of approx.

  • Löten Church

    The Löten Church (Swedish: Lötenkyrkan) is a church located at Heidenstam Square, in Uppsala, Sweden, and is a district church of Gamla Uppsala Parish. Lötenkyrkan is one of forty partner churches that exist between the Church of Sweden and the Swed…

  • Lärjeån

    Lärjeån, Swedish river that flows from Stora Lövsjön, east of Gothenburg to the Göta älv in northern Lärjedalen.

  • Lygnern

    Lygnern is a lake in the municipalities of Kungsbacka and Mark, western Sweden. With an area of 33 km², it is the largest lake in Halland County.

  • Ludvika Town Hall

    Ludvika Town Hall (Swedish: Ludvika stadshus) is the official Municipal Council building for the City of Ludvika in Dalarna County, Sweden. Situated centrally, the town hall is found in the corner of Bangatan and Dan Anderssons gata, opposite Ludvik…

  • Ljungby, Falkenberg

    Ljungby is a village and parish in Falkenberg Municipality, Halland County, Sweden. The name is most likely derived from the conjunction of ljung (Calluna) and by (village). It is confirmed in written sources from at least 1267. Two conurbations exi…

  • Limhamns IP

    Limhamns IP is a football stadium in Limhamn, Malmö, Sweden. It is the home stadium of IF Limhamn Bunkeflo and Limhamns FF.

  • Lillsjön (Ulvsunda)

    Lillsjön (Swedish: The Small Lake) is a small lake in the western suburb Bromma in Stockholm, Sweden. It is one of four lakes in the western suburbs, the other being: Kyrksjön, Judarn, and Råcksta Träsk. Located in the small park Lillsjöparken and s…

  • Lejonstedts Gränd

    Lejonstedts Gränd (Swedish: Alley of Lejonstedt) is an alley in Gamla stan, the old town in central stockholm, Sweden. Stretching from Stora Nygatan to Mälartorget and crossed by Lilla Nygatan, it forms a parallel street to Tyska Brinken and Kornham…

  • Laduviken

    Laduviken (Swedish: Barn Bay) is a lake in Norra Djurgården, a rural area in north-eastern Stockholm, Sweden, forming part of the national city park Ekoparken (Nationalstadsparken).

  • Labbas

    Labbas is a lake in the Swedish municipality of Arjeplog near the village of Sundnäs close to the Arctic Circle. The lake stands at 488 meters above sea level.

  • Kåbdalis

    Kåbdalis is a small locality in the Municipality of Jokkmokk, Norrbotten County, Sweden, with 91 inhabitants 2005. In the winter many tourists come to the village because of its well-known ski slope.

  • Kusbölehelvetet

    Kusbölehelvetet is a canyon near Gräftåvallen in Berg Municipality, Jämtland County, Sweden, through which runs Helvetesbäcken (Hell creek), home to Arctic char. A scenic tourist spot, the canyon is some 20 meters deep, runs some two kilometers long…

  • Kungshatt

    Kungshatt is a small island in Lake Mälaren, Stockholm, Sweden. Roughly 1.9 square kilometers in area, it has a very small year-round population, and a number of summer houses. The island has an independent water supply, but receives its electricity…