Studenternas IP is a multi-use stadium in Uppsala, Sweden and the home arena for the football club IK Sirius Fotboll and in bandy for IK Sirius in Elitserien and several other bandy teams. The summer arena has a total capacity of 6,000 spectators an…
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Uppsala (pronounced [ˈɵpːˈsɑːla]; older spelling Upsala) is the capital of Uppsala County and the fourth largest city of Sweden, after Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmö.
Latitude: 59° 51' 31.75" N
Longitude: 17° 38' 20.00" E
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Västmanlands-Dala nation, mostly referred to only as V-Dala, is one of the 13 Student nations at Uppsala University in Sweden. The nation, intended for students from the provinces of Dalarna and Västmanland - these provinces making up most of the di…
The Uppsala Astronomical Observatory (UAO; Astronomiska observatoriet i Uppsala) is the oldest astronomical observatory in Sweden.
Uppsala Central Station is a railway station located at Uppsala in Uppsala Municipality, Sweden. It lies on Ostkustbanan (the East Coast Line), which runs south to Stockholm and north to Gävle and Sundsvall and it is one of the termini for Dalabanan…
Östgöta nation or ÖG, as it is called informally, is a student society and one of thirteen nations at Uppsala University.
The Vaksala Runestone, designated as U 961 under the Rundata catalog, is a Viking Age memorial runestone that is located close to Vaksala Church, near Uppsala, Sweden.
The Uppsala University Coin Cabinet is one of Sweden's most important public coin and medal collections, and housed in the University Hall of Uppsala University. The history of the collection goes back to the 17th century.
Stockholms nation is a student society and one of thirteen nations at Uppsala University. The nation has its origins in the mid-17th century and regards 1649 as its official date of foundation, although this is uncertain.
The Newman Institute for Catholic Studies is a university college offering courses in theology, philosophy, and cultural studies. The Institute was inspired by the English philosopher, writer and cardinal John Henry Newman (1801–1890), and was found…
Katedralskolan (Swedish; "the Cathedral School"; colloquially Katte; formerly Högre Allmänna Läroverket, "Higher-level Public Education") is a school in Uppsala, Sweden.
Kalmar nation, Uppsala is one of the student nations of Uppsala University.
Gästrike-Hälsinge Nation, colloquially known as GH, is an association of university students in Uppsala, Sweden, primarily from Uppsala University but also for students from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.
Ärna or Uppsala Airport (ICAO: ESCM) is an airport located northwest of Uppsala, Sweden. It is a base of the Swedish Air Force and the former home of the 16th Fighter Wing (F 16). In 2009, it was announced that the Armed Forces had the intention to …
Västgöta Nation, commonly known as Västgöta or VG, is one of the thirteen student nations of Uppsala University, originally intended for students from Västergötland Province. It was founded in 1639 and thus is Uppsala’s oldest nation.
The Uppsala Mosque (Swedish: Uppsala Moské) is a small but very frequented mosque located in the Kvarngärdet neighbourhood of Uppsala in Sweden. At the time of construction, it was mistakenly claimed to be the northernmost mosque in the world (Saint…
Uppsala Konsert & Kongress (UKK), popularly referred to as Musikens hus (House of music) is a concert hall and convention centre in Uppsala, Sweden. The official inauguration of the building took place on Saturday, 1 September 2007.
The Uppland Regiment (Swedish: Upplands regemente), designation I 8, was a Swedish Army infantry regiment that traced its origins back to the 16th century.
Södermanlands-Nerikes nation (usually called Snerikes) is one of the 13 student nations of Uppsala University.