Västmanland County (Västmanlands län) is a county or län in central Sweden. It borders to the counties of Södermanland, Örebro, Gävleborg, Dalarna and Uppsala.
Latitude and longitude of Västerås
Västerås [vɛstərˈoːs] is a city in central Sweden, located on the shore of Lake Mälaren in the province Västmanland, some 100 kilometres (62 miles) west of Stockholm.
Latitude: 59° 36' 58.21" N
Longitude: 16° 33' 9.94" E
Articles of interest in Västerås
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Stockholm Västerås Airport, also known as Västerås Airport or Hässlö Flygplats (IATA: VST, ICAO: ESOW) is located at the city Västerås, and about 100 kilometres (62 mi) west of Stockholm, Sweden.
Mälardalen University (Swedish: Mälardalens högskola), or MDH, is a university college (högskola) located in Västerås and Eskilstuna, Sweden. It has 13,000 students and around 900 employees, of which 67 are professors.
ABB Arena is the common name for the two biggest indoor arenas in Västerås, Sweden. "ABB Arena Nord" is the renovated arena, which was earlier called Rocklundahallen. ABB Arena Nord is the ice hockey arena and VIK Västerås HK's home arena. It was…
Västerås Municipality (Västerås kommun) is a municipality in Västmanland County in central Sweden.
Anundshög (also Anundshögen and Anunds hög) is a tumulus near Västerås in Västmanland, the largest in Sweden.
Västerås Cathedral (Swedish: Västerås domkyrka) is the seat of the Diocese of Västerås in the Province of Västmanland, Sweden.
Arosvallen is a multi-use stadium in Västerås, Sweden. It is mostly used for football games.
The Västmanland Regiment (Swedish: Västmanlands regemente), designations I 18 and Fo 48, was a Swedish Army infantry regiment that traced its origins back to the 16th century.
Västerås Central Station (Swedish: Västerås resecentrum or Västerås Centralstation) is a railway station in Västerås, Sweden on the Mälarbanan railway. It was originally designed by Statens Järnvägars Arkitektkontor under ledning av Adolf W. Edelsvä…
Västerås Castle is situated in Västerås, the province of Västmanland, Sweden.
Swedbank Park is a multi-use stadium in Västerås, Sweden. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of Västerås SK Fotboll.
Skrapan is the commonly used name for the only skyscraper building in Västerås, Sweden.
Tidö Castle (Swedish: Tidö slott) is a castle outside Västerås in Sweden.
Sundbyholm Castle is a castle near the town of Eskilstuna, Sweden on the southern shore of Lake Mälaren.
Furby, Sweden (< fura 'pine' + bua 'plĈace') is a locality in Badelunda parish, Västerås Municipality. Furby was previously a parish of its own, but now only a church ruin remains.
Fullerö Castle is a castle in Barkarö, Sweden.