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Stockholm (Stockholm) is the capital of Sweden. Located on the east coast of the country and at the entrance of Lake Melaren. The name means "city between bridges" and the first written mention of the name was in 1252. The population reaches 1,200,000 inhabitants and is the largest city of Sweden.
The city has its own airport, the Airport Bruce.

For entertainment visit: Konserthuset, Tivoli Grona Lund (Recreation Area), Royal Swedish Opera (Kungliga Operan), Royal Drama Theatre (Kungliga Dramatiska Teatern) and the Cultural Centre.

Interest are: Stockholm International Fairs, Royal Palace, House Sweden (Sveriges Riksdag), Stockholm City Hall (Stockholms Stadshus), Stockholm Public Library (Stockholms Stadsbibliotek) and the Stockholm Stock Exchange Building (Borshuset).
The main attractions are the following: Solna, Church Riddarholmen (Riddarholmskyrkan), Church Adolf Fredrik (Adolf Fredriks Kyrka), central Stockholm, Great Cathedral of Stockholm (Storkyrkan), Cemetery and House of Lords Skogskyrkogarden of Sweden (Riddarhuset) .
Several major museums: Stockholm Observatory (Observatoriemuseet), National Museum (Nationalmuseum), Museum Vasa (Vasamuseet), Museum of Modern Art (Moderna Museet), Stockholm City Museum (Stockholms Stadsmuseum), Strindberg Museum, Museum of Medieval Stockholm (Stockholms Medeltidsmuseum ) and the Nordic Museum (Nordiska Museet).
Take some of your time and browse the beautiful neighborhoods of the city and mainly: Aarsta, Gamla Stan (Old Stockholm), Norrmalm, Ostermalm, Sodermalm and Vasastaden.
The city hosts several Schools & Colleges in the greater Stockholm University (Stockholms Universitet).
Shopping For a episkftheite to: Barkarby Venue (region) and Nordiska Kompaniet (Market).
If you like sports then visit: Solvalla, Stockholm Globe Arena (Stadium), Stockholm Olympic Stadium and the stadium Rasunda.
For there moves you prefer the Central Railway Station Stockholm.
Particular Natural Beauty are the: Kungstradgarden (Park), Millesgarden (Open Air Museum), Vasaparken (Park), and Skansen Park Berzelii
Point of particular interest is the Gustav Adolf Square (Gustav Adolfs torg) (Stockholm).
Gothenburg (Swedish: Göteborg, pronounced Gietemporie, ie "Gothic Tower") is a city and municipality on the west coast of Sweden, in the Province of Vestra Gietalant (Västra Götaland, ie "West Country of the Goths"). With 478,055 inhabitants in the city and 816,931 in the metropolitan area is the second largest city in Sweden after Stockholm and the headquarters of the province. Gothenburg is the capital city of the historic province of Vestergkentlant (Västergötland).
For Entertainment worth visiting: Universeum (Science Center), City Theatre Gothenburg (Goteborgs Stadsteater), the Gothenburg Opera (Goteborgsoperan) and entertainment. Park Lizempergk.
The city has its own Town Hall, Town Hall, Gothenburg (Goteborgs Radhus)
Main Attractions are: Hisings Backa, Molndal, Statue of Neptune and the historic center of Gothenburg.
Major museums are: City Museum (Stadsmuseum), Maritima Centrum (Maritime Museum), Museum of World Culture (Varldskulturmuseet), Gothenburg Museum of Art (Goteborgs Konstmuseum) and the Museum of Arts and Professions Rohsska.
Famous Schools & Colleges of the city are: Chalmers University of Technology
and the University of Gothenburg.
If you like sports then visit: Scandinavium (Stadium) and the stadium Nya Ullevi.
Particular Natural Beauty are the: Tradgardsforeningen (Gardens), Botanic Gardens (Botaniska Tradgarden) and Slotskogken.
Historic Buildings of the city are: Kronchousmpountarna and Kyn. Cat Christina Vas.
Other points of interest within the city of Gothenburg is: Gotaplatsen (Square) and Gustav Adolf Square (Gustav Adolfs Torg) (Gothenburg)
The Uppsala (Uppsala) is a city in central Sweden, located about 70 km north of Stockholm. It is the fourth largest city in Sweden with 130,000 inhabitants (including the immediate surroundings.
Sights in the city: Carolina Rediviva (Building), Cathedral of Uppsala, Uppsala Castle and the center of Uppsala.
Museum is the most important Gustanavium (Museum). Notable are also the University of Uppsala. Particular Natural Beauty presents the Garden Linneaen. There are several places of interest in the city with the main Stora Torget, Uppsala.
H Helsingborg (Helsingborg) is a city and major port in southern Sweden. It has 92,105 inhabitants and is located near Malmö. The city has its own airport to Helsingborg Heliport (JHE). It also has its own hall in City Hall, Helsingborg.
Main Attractions: Karnan (medieval tower) and St Maria Kyrka.
Those interested in sports to visit the Olympiastadion (Stadium).
The Bromma is a major tourist attraction in recent years. The city has its own airport, the Airport Bruce.
Attractions: The Solna
If you like sports visit: Solvalla and Stadium Rasunda.

The Lund (Lund (N, P)) is a town in southern Sweden, in the département Skane (Scania, Skåne). Located about 20 km from voreioanatolika Malmö (Malmö), and approximately 40 km east of Copenhagen. Lund is situated in one of the largest universities in Scandinavia.
Attractions are the historic center of Lund and the Cathedral of Lund.
Main Museums are: Kulturen (Museum) and Museum Skissernas.

 

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