Ekelundsbron (Swedish: "The Ekelund Bridge") is a bridge in Stockholm, Sweden.
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Egenäs is a small village in Årjäng Municipality, western Värmland, and located near Dalsland, Sweden.
Edsborgs IP is a football stadium in Trollhättan, and the home arena for FC Trollhättan.
Djäkneböle is a small locality situated in Umeå Municipality, Västerbotten County, Sweden with 161 inhabitants in 2005. The village is situated next to the road between Umeå and Gräsmyr, about 12 kilometer south from Umeå.
Djursholms Samskola is the traditional name of a middle school in Djursholm, Sweden.
Dammträsk (Swedish for "Pond Swamp") is a small man made lake within the Tyresån Lake System, located in Haninge Municipality, south of central Stockholm, Sweden.
Dalkarlsån is a river in Sweden located in Västerbotten.
Dalby Norreskog is a nature reserve located close to Dalby and Lund in southern Sweden. It forms Dalby Hage together with Dalby Söderskog National Park.
Öland County, or Ölands län, was a county of Sweden, between 1819 and 1826. It consisted of the island of Öland, designating the historical province of Öland as its own county.
Claestorp Castle is a castle in Sweden.
Bällstaån or Spångaån (Swedish: "Stream of Bällsta/Spånga") is a small stream in northern Stockholm.
Brokind Castle is situated south of Linköping, in the province of Östergötland, Sweden.
Bredgränd (Swedish: Wide Alley) is an alley in Gamla stan, the old town of Stockholm, Sweden.
Bolmån is a river in Sweden.
The Bohusläns Regiment (Swedish: Bohusläns regemente), designation I 17, was a Swedish Army infantry regiment that traces its origins back 1661. It was disbanded in 1992. The regiment's soldiers were originally recruited from the provinces of Bohusl…
Bodträskån (Bodträsk River or Creek) is a small river that flows into Lule River in Norrbotten, Sweden.
The Björlanda Church (Swedish: Björlanda kyrka) is a medieval church in Björlanda, Gothenburg Municipality, western Sweden. It is located on the Hisingen island and belongs to the parish of Torslanda-Björlanda in the Diocese of Gothenburg.
Björksund Castle is a castle in Sweden.
Björkskatan, often called Björx, is a residential area in Luleå, Sweden.
Björknäshallen, is an indoor arena in Boden, Sweden. It was completed in 1965 and has now a capacity of 4,100 spectators, of which approximately 900 are seated. It is the home arena of the Bodens HF ice hockey team. It used to have a capacity of 5,0…
Belvederen is a building in Linköping, Sweden. It is located on Kjettilberget (Kjettil-hill) in the center of the town. The hill reaches 45 m over the lake Roxen and is the second highest point in Linköping. The building is 22 m high and was built i…
Balgö is an island and a nature reserve in Kattegat, off Tångaberg in Varberg Municipality, Sweden. Balgö is the larges island in Halland.
Albysjön (Swedish for "Lake Alby") is a lake forming part of Lake Mälaren.
Agnebergshallen is an indoor arena for sport events and concerts in Uddevalla, Sweden. The arena, which was inaugurated in 1987, has a capacity for 2.400 during sport events. It is the home arena of both the man and woman section of the handball clu…
Adelgatan was, together with Östergatan and Västergatan, Malmö's main street from the Middle Ages.
A Sunny Day at Fredriksberg is an art project performed at a junction in Fredriksberg, Malmö, in September 2009 by students from Bergen School of Architecture.
Kälen is a small village near Piteå in northern Sweden.
The Holtet family, originating from Volstrup parish in Jutland, Denmark. A book, "The Holtet Family - A Family Genealogy" was written in 1932. Today, it is present on the Internet with a short translation into English. Also see the Danish Wiki about…
Örsö is an island located in the Stockholm archipelago in Sweden.
Årnäs is a village in Värmland County, Sweden.
Värpinge is a borough in western Lund, Skåne in southern Sweden. The borough covers both rural, the old Värpinge village and newer neighborhoods (close to central Lund). Värpinge is most of the times referred to as a suburb. Large parts of the area …
Voxna is a former community (1863-1951) in southern Hälsingland in Ovanåker Municipality along the Bollnäs central railway. The community is named for the Voxnan river to the North.
Vitån is a river in Sweden.
Vindån is a river in Sweden.
Vierydsån is a river in Sweden.
This runic inscription, designated as U 905 in the Rundata catalog, is on a Viking Age memorial runestone that is located in Vänge, Uppsala County, Sweden, which is in the historic provence of Uppland.