Krabby is a populated place in Jönköping County, Sweden.
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Korskrogen, is a village in Ljusdal Municipality, Hälsingland, Gävleborg County, Sweden with about 202 inhabitants.
The Kolbäck Bridge (Swedish: Kolbäcksbron) is a bridge crossing the Ume River in the eastern parts of the city of Umeå in northern Sweden. The bridge connects the island Ön in the river to the mainland on both sides.
Knatten is a small village near Sveg, Sweden, which is in Harjedalen province. The name translates to foothills in English.
Klockaretorpet is a borough in Norrköping, Sweden.
Kilaån is a river in Sweden. Its exodus is in south Nyköping on the Södermanland coast.
Keräsjoki is a river in Norrland in Sweden.
Kelottijärvi is a village and lake in the municipality of Enontekiö in Lapland in north-western Finland.
Kanholmsfjärden is a major bay in the Stockholm archipelago.
The Jönköping Regiment (Swedish: Jönköpings regemente), designation I 12, was a Swedish Army infantry regiment that traced its origins back to the 16th century.
Judarn is the name of a small lake in Bromma, a western suburb in Stockholm, Sweden. Surrounded by the forest and nature reserve Judarskogen, it stretches between Åkeshov and Södra Ängby. Three other lakes are found nearby: Kyrksjön, Lillsjön, and R…
Johannishus Castle (Swedish: Johannishus slott) is a castle in Ronneby Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden.
Isön is a small island in lake Storsjön, Jämtland, Sweden. The island is very sparsely populated and is a part of Andersön's nature reserve. In winter an ice road connects Isön to the nearby larger island of Norderön. The route is also served by a f…
Inverness (59°22′52″N18°02′03″E) is a community located in upper-middle-class suburb Stocksund in Danderyd Municipality in Metropolitan Stockholm, Sweden.
Igelbäcken (Swedish: Leech Rill) is a small stream in northern Stockholm, Sweden.
Idrottens Hus (Swedish: "The House of Sport") may refer to
Hörby transmitter (Hörbymasten in Swedish) is a transmission mast located in Östra Sallerup, near Hörby in the south of Sweden operated by national broadcaster Sveriges Radio. Due to its location in the middle of the province, it provides FM radio a…
Hätteberget is the name of a Swedish docking lighthouse situated in the sea west of Marstrand and south of Tjörn. It was built in 1977 as a replacement for the old Pater Noster Lighthouse. The lighthouse is a 26 metre high concrete tower with helico…
Hässelby Villastad is a city district of Stockholm, in the north-western part of the Swedish capital Stockholm. It forms part of Västerort, Stockholm Municipality.
Härlanda Church Ruins (Swedish: Härlanda kyrkoruin) are the remains of a medieval church in Gothenburg, Sweden close to the picturesque housing area Bagaregården. The church was built in the first part of the 12th century and torn down in 1528 by re…
Huvudstabron (Swedish: "The Huvudsta Bridge") is a bridge in Sweden.
Hunneberg is a Swedish mountain just east of Vänersborg and Trollhättan.
Hulta is a settlement in Östergötland, Sweden.
Hulta is a settlement in Örebro County, Sweden.
Hulta is a settlement in Kalmar County, Sweden.
Hulta is a settlement in Jönköping County, Sweden.
Hulta is a settlement in Blekinge County, Sweden.
Huggle is a very small medieval village in Heby, Uppsala, Sweden.
Hovenäset is a locality in Sotenäs Municipality in Västra Götaland County and is located about 3 km south of Kungshamn.
Hjälmaren Canal (Swedish: Hjälmare kanal [ˈjɛlːmaʐɛʰ kaˈnːɒːl]) is a 13 kilometres long canal that connects Lake Hjälmaren with Lake Mälaren in Sweden.
Himleån is a river in Sweden.
Herrskogen is a village in the vicinity of Strömsholm, located in Hallstahammar Municipality in Västmanland County in Sweden.
Hennan, is a village in Ljusdal Municipality, Hälsingland, Gävleborg County, Sweden with about 227 inhabitants.
Helsinki Court House (Finnish: Helsingin oikeustalo) is situated on Salmisaari in Helsinki, Finland. The building was constructed between 1937 and 1940. The building was originally Alko's headquarters, factory and main storage.
Helliden Castle, on the western slope of Mount Helliden, with view over the town Tidaholm, was built by Hans Henrik von Essen in 1858 as a manor.
Harmångersån is a river in Sweden.