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Blekinge ([ˈbleːˈkɪŋə]) is one of the traditional provinces of Sweden (landskap), situated in the south of the country. It borders Småland, Scania and the Baltic Sea. It is the country's second-smallest province by area (only Öland is smaller), and the smallest province located on the mainland. The name \Blekinge\ comes from the adjective bleke, which corresponds to the nautical term for \dead calm\.
Cities, towns & villages in Blekinge
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SandvikenSandviken, together with the neighbouring town of Västra Näs, is one of the many minor communities and beaches of Sölvesborg in southeastern Sweden. Historically, this part of the Listerlandet was the first place to be inhabited, when the first settlers arrived to this part of Sweden in the Nordic bronze age, i.e., approximately 500. Finds from inhabitants here are at display at the museum of Sölvesborg. From here, the early settlers spread to other parts of the area, and Sandviken became a part of the surrounding farming settlements. Show Sandvikenon the map
MjällbyMjällby is a locality situated in Sölvesborg Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 1,254 inhabitants in 2010. It is located on the Listerlandet peninsula. The town has traditionally lived of fishing. The nearby harbour of Nogersund is the third largest fishery harbour in Sweden. The fishery industry is also dominant on the peninsula. Listerlandet is also the fur farming centre of Sweden. Fur farming is currently under heavy political debate in Sweden. The mathematician Lars Hörmander was born in Mjällby. Show Mjällbyon the map
HasslöHasslö is an island and a locality situated in the Blekinge archipelago in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 1,628 inhabitants in 2010. For many years, the Swedish navy's activities on Hasslö meant that foreigners' access to the island was restricted, but that is no longer true. Hasslö is famous for its fish, and fishing has historically been the main livelihood. A famous fishing site on Hasslö is the Rallbryggan. Hasslö is a flat island and most of the people live near the coast. The island is connected to the mainland via the Hasslö Bridge. Show Hasslöon the map
BrömsebroBrömsebro is a bimunicipal village situated in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County and Torsås Municipality, Kalmar County in south-east Sweden with 213 inhabitants in 2005. Two Dano-Swedish treaties were signed in Brömsebro: the First Treaty of Brömsebro (1541), which was a Dano-Swedish alliance against the Hanseatic League,and the Second Treaty of Brömsebro (1645) ending the Torstenson War. The village was at that time situated on the border between Sweden and Denmark. It was also the venue of other diplomatic meetings and negotiations between Denmark and Sweden (see painting). Show Brömsebroon the map
AspöAspö is an island in the Blekinge archipelago of southeast Sweden. It constitutes a parish in Medelstad Hundred, Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County. It contains the settlement of Drottningskär and a 17th-century naval citadel of the same name. The island has about 460 permanent residents, with many more visitors staying in summer. A ferry for vehicles and passengers runs hourly, free of charge, between Aspö and Karlskrona. The annual popular art exhibition Konstrundan is one of the more popular events of Aspö and draws a lot of visitors each year. Show Aspöon the map
GammalstorpGammalstorp is a minor community in Sölvesborg municipality, Blekinge, Sweden. Between 1863 and 1970, Gammalstorp was a municipality. In contrast to other municipalities of the time (e.g. Mjällby), Gammalstorp did not have a particular administrative centre. Instead, the functions were divided between the villages of Norje and Gammalstorp. The village has grown up close to the church, which was originally located on an island, in the former sound/lake of Vesan. Until the 1950s, the municipality had a number of distilleries Show Gammalstorpon the map
RonnebyRonneby is a locality and the seat of Ronneby Municipality in Blekinge County, Sweden with 12,029 inhabitants in 2010. Ronneby is regarded as the heart of \"the Garden of Sweden\", and in 2005 the park \"Brunnsparken\" in Ronneby was voted Sweden's most beautiful park. 2006 the park was voted Europe's 4th most beautiful park. The church Heliga Kors kyrka was founded in the 12th century, modified and extended until the 15th century, and badly damaged during Northern Seven Years' War in the 16th century. Show Ronnebyon the map
PukavikPukavik is a bimunicipal locality situated in Sölvesborg Municipality and Karlshamn Municipality in Blekinge County, Sweden with 279 inhabitants in 2010. Of Pukavik's 279 inhabitants, 157 live in Sölvesborg Municipality and 126 in Karlshamn Municipality, both in Blekinge County. Historically Pukavik served as a shipbuilding center, constructing trading vessels suited to the ice and storms of the Baltic. Several noted wooden sailing vessels were built in Pukavik. These include: Show Pukavikon the map
JohannishusJohannishus is a locality situated in Ronneby Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 748 inhabitants in 2010. Johannishus castle is situated some kilometers north of locality. There exist a school for 150 pupils and a library. The locality is also seat of the Hjortsberga natur-& kulturförening (Hjortsberga nature and culture club). The club is recording and publishing information on the history of the localities Hjortsberga, Johannishus, Edestad, Förkärla and Listerby. Show Johannishuson the map
KarlshamnKarlshamn is a locality and the seat of Karlshamn Municipality in Blekinge County, Sweden. It had 19,075 inhabitants in 2010, out of 30,918 in the municipality (2009). Karlshamn received a Royal Charter and city privileges in 1664, when King Charles X Gustav, in Swedish Karl, realized the strategic location near the Baltic Sea. In 1666 the town was named Karlshamn, meaning Karl's Port in honour of the Swedish king. Show Karlshamnon the map
KallingeKallinge is a locality situated in Ronneby Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 4,561 inhabitants in 2010. It is an industrial and garrison town and is situated about 5 km north of Ronneby. The settlement grew up around an ironworks in the latter half of the 19th century. Since 1944 Kallinge has had an air force base (F 17 Kallinge). It is also an airport for civil aircraft called Ronneby Airport. Show Kallingeon the map
Bräkne-HobyBräkne-Hoby is a locality situated in Ronneby Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 1,689 inhabitants in 2010. It has a högstadium (junior-high school). Bräkne-Hoby Parish is a parish in the Church of Sweden. Historically the inhabitants of the parish belonged to Bräkne Hundred in Blekinge. Later a civil parish responsible for municipal tasks, became the separate entity Bräkne-Hoby. Show Bräkne-Hobyon the map
KarlskronaKarlskrona (Swedish pronunciation: is a locality and the seat of Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 35,212 inhabitants in 2010. It is also the capital of Blekinge County. Karlskrona is known as Sweden's only baroque city and is host to Sweden's only remaining naval base and the headquarters of the Swedish Coast Guard. Show Karlskronaon the map
SölvesborgSölvesborg is a locality and the seat of Sölvesborg Municipality in Blekinge County, Sweden with 10,024 inhabitants in 2013. Sölvesborg is, despite its small population, for historical reasons normally still referred to as a city. Statistics Sweden, however, only counts localities with more than 10,000 inhabitants as cities. Show Sölvesborgon the map
OlofströmOlofström, earlier Holje by, is a locality and the seat of Olofström Municipality in Blekinge County, Sweden with 7,327 inhabitants in 2010. The increased use of cars in the 1950s and 1960s was the great boost for the municipality. Today the car industry, dominated by Volvo Cars, is the largest employer in Olofström. Show Olofströmon the map
ElleholmElleholm is a former Danish town in Blekinge, Sweden. The town existed between 1450 and 1600, when it was abandoned. The town was based around a former castle, called Sjöborg (meaning \"Lake Castle\") which today is a Hill fort. The name \"Elleholm\" means \"Isle of Alder\", from old Danish. Show Elleholmon the map
DrottningskärDrottningskär is a locality situated on the island of Aspö in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 328 inhabitants in 2005. It gives its name to a nearby 17th-century naval citadel, now part of the Karlskrona naval city World Heritage Site. Show Drottningskäron the map
SvängstaSvängsta is a locality situated in Karlshamn Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 1,682 inhabitants in 2010. It is around 12 km north-west of Karlshamn. Svängsta has a local football club Svängsta IF in a minor division of Swedish football. Show Svängstaon the map
YsaneYsane is a village situated in Sölvesborg Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 212 inhabitants in 2005. It was its own municipality between 1861 and 1952. The community was built around the church, which stems from the late 13th century. Show Ysaneon the map
HällarydHällaryd is a locality situated in Karlshamn Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 546 inhabitants in 2010. It is situated between Karlshamn and Ronneby, featuring the archipelago south of Matvik with Tärnö as its far out landmark. Show Hällarydon the map
StengölStengöl is a village in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, southeastern Sweden. According to the 2005 census it had a population of 90 people. nl:Stengöl och del av Svensgöl Show Stengölon the map
TvingTving is a locality situated in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 459 inhabitants in 2010. Near Tving, there is a 212 metres tall radio mast of the Swedish Navy used for LF-transmissions. Show Tvingon the map
NorjeNorje is a locality situated in Sölvesborg Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 657 inhabitants in 2010. Since 1998, the rock/metal festival Sweden Rock Festival is being held here. Show Norjeon the map
LyckebyLyckeby is a village in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, in southeastern Sweden, near the mouth of the Lyckeby River. The town was originally known as Lyckå. Show Lyckebyon the map
FärmanstorpFärmanstorp is a village in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, southeastern Sweden. According to the 2005 census it had a population of 140 people. Show Färmanstorpon the map
FjärdsjömålaFjärdsjömåla is a village in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, southeastern Sweden. According to the 2005 census it had a population of 56 people. Show Fjärdsjömålaon the map
BjörkerydBjörkeryd is a village in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, southeastern Sweden. According to the 2000 census it had a population of 106 people. Show Björkerydon the map
LyckeåborgLyckeåborg is a village in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, southeastern Sweden. According to the 2005 census it had a population of 62 people. Show Lyckeåborgon the map
StrömsbergStrömsberg is a village in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, southeastern Sweden. According to the 2005 census it had a population of 79 people. Show Strömsbergon the map
AlstugornaAlstugorna is a village in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, southeastern Sweden. According to the 2005 census it had a population of 93 people. Show Alstugornaon the map
SalebodaSaleboda is a village in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, southeastern Sweden. According to the 2005 census it had a population of 120 people. Show Salebodaon the map
ÖljersjöÖljersjö is a village in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, southeastern Sweden. According to the 2005 census it had a population of 71 people. Show Öljersjöon the map
SvensgölSvensgöl is a village in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, southeastern Sweden. According to the 2010 census it had a population of 88 people. Show Svensgölon the map
TruserydTruseryd is a village in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, southeastern Sweden. According to the 2005 census it had a population of 65 people. Show Truserydon the map
GrönadalGrönadal is a village in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, southeastern Sweden. According to the 2005 census it had a population of 78 people. Show Grönadalon the map
VrängöVrängö is a village in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, southeastern Sweden. According to the 2005 census it had a population of 175 people. Show Vrängöon the map
AlnarydAlnaryd is a village in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, southeastern Sweden. According to the 2010 census it had a population of 53 people. Show Alnarydon the map
MöcklöMöcklö is a village in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, southeastern Sweden. According to the 2005 census it had a population of 105 people. Show Möcklöon the map
GredebyGredeby is a village in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, southeastern Sweden. According to the 2005 census it had a population of 73 people. Show Gredebyon the map
MåstadMåstad is a village in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, southeastern Sweden. According to the 2005 census it had a population of 55 people. Show Måstadon the map
MjövikMjövik is a village in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, southeastern Sweden. According to the 2005 census it had a population of 59 people. Show Mjövikon the map
MältanMältan is a village in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, southeastern Sweden. According to the 2005 census it had a population of 71 people. Show Mältanon the map
LösenLösen is a village in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, southeastern Sweden. According to the 2005 census it had a population of 95 people. Show Lösenon the map
MörrumMörrum is the second largest locality situated in Karlshamn Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 3,695 inhabitants in 2010. Show Mörrumon the map
SturköSturkö is an island and a locality situated in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 1,264 inhabitants in 2010. Show Sturköon the map
HörrydaHöryda is a village in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, southeastern Sweden. It is surrounded by the Blekinge forest. Show Hörrydaon the map
TrollebodaTrolleboda is a village in Ronneby Municipality, Blekinge County, southeastern Sweden. It contains a 17th-century windmill. Show Trollebodaon the map
KättilsmålaKättilsmåla is a locality situated in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 253 inhabitants in 2010. Show Kättilsmålaon the map
FridlevstadFridlevstad is a locality situated in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 713 inhabitants in 2010. Show Fridlevstadon the map
GängletorpGängletorp is a locality situated in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 369 inhabitants in 2010. Show Gängletorpon the map
NättrabyNättraby is a locality situated in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 3,109 inhabitants in 2010. Show Nättrabyon the map
SpjutsbygdSpjutsbygd is a locality situated in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 383 inhabitants in 2010. Show Spjutsbygdon the map
NogersundNogersund is a locality situated in Sölvesborg Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 495 inhabitants in 2010. Show Nogersundon the map
HallarumHallarum is a village in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, southeastern Sweden. It overlooks Hallarum Bay. Show Hallarumon the map
FågelmaraFågelmara is a locality situated in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 374 inhabitants in 2010. Show Fågelmaraon the map
HällevikHällevik is a locality situated in Sölvesborg Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 813 inhabitants in 2010. Show Hällevikon the map
JämshögJämshög is a locality situated in Olofström Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 1,494 inhabitants in 2010. Show Jämshögon the map
RödebyRödeby is a locality situated in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 3,402 inhabitants in 2010. Show Rödebyon the map
NävragölNävragöl is a locality situated in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 210 inhabitants in 2010. Show Nävragölon the map
SjuhallaSjuhalla is a locality situated in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 204 inhabitants in 2010. Show Sjuhallaon the map
RonnebyhamnRonnebyhamn is a locality situated in Ronneby Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 537 inhabitants in 2010. Show Ronnebyhamnon the map
AugerumAugerum is a village in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, southeastern Sweden. It contains Augerum House. Show Augerumon the map
RamdalaRamdala is a locality situated in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 217 inhabitants in 2010. Show Ramdalaon the map
VilshultVilshult is a locality situated in Olofström Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 314 inhabitants in 2010. Show Vilshulton the map
JämjöJämjö is a locality situated in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 2,578 inhabitants in 2010. Show Jämjöon the map
HolmsjöHolmsjö is a locality situated in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 334 inhabitants in 2010. Show Holmsjöon the map
EringsbodaEringsboda is a locality situated in Ronneby Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 299 inhabitants in 2010. Show Eringsbodaon the map
KyrkhultKyrkhult is a locality situated in Olofström Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 937 inhabitants in 2010. Show Kyrkhulton the map
KristianopelKristianopel is a village (pop. 81) in Karlskrona Municipality in the southeastern Swedish province of Blekinge. Show Kristianopelon the map
HörvikHörvik is a locality situated in Sölvesborg Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 784 inhabitants in 2010. Show Hörvikon the map
LörbyLörby is a locality situated in Sölvesborg Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 264 inhabitants in 2010. Show Lörbyon the map
GränumGränum is a locality situated in Olofström Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 223 inhabitants in 2010. Show Gränumon the map
HallabroHallabro is a locality situated in Ronneby Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 254 inhabitants in 2010. Show Hallabroon the map
TorarpTorarp is a locality situated in Karlshamn Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 263 inhabitants in 2010. Show Torarpon the map
ListerbyListerby is a locality situated in Ronneby Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 883 inhabitants in 2010. Show Listerbyon the map
BackarydBackaryd is a locality situated in Ronneby Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 365 inhabitants in 2010. Show Backarydon the map
ÅrydÅryd is a locality situated in Karlshamn Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 336 inhabitants in 2010. Show Årydon the map
OlsängOlsäng is a village in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, southeastern Sweden. Show Olsängon the map
HultaHulta is a settlement in Blekinge County, Sweden. Show Hultaon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Blekinge
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Olofströms KommunOlofström Municipality (Olofströms kommun) is the only inland municipality of Blekinge County in southern Sweden. It borders to Osby Municipality, Kristianstad Municipality, Bromölla Municipality, Sölvesborg Municipality, Karlshamn Municipality, Tingsryd Municipality, and Älmhult Municipality. The town of Olofström is the seat of the municipality. The amalgamation of the former units in this area took place in 1967 when the market town Olofström (itself detached from Jämshög in 1941) was merged with Kyrkhult and Jämshög.Show on map
Karlskrona KommunKarlskrona Municipality (Karlskrona kommun) is a municipality in Blekinge County, southern Sweden. It borders to Emmaboda Municipality, Torsås Municipality and Ronneby Municipality. The city of Karlskrona is the seat of the municipality. Like most Swedish municipalities it was created during the municipal reform in the early seventies, combining several earlier local government units of urban and rural type, among them the City of Karlskrona.Show on map
BlekingeBlekinge (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈbleːˈkɪŋə]) is one of the traditional provinces of Sweden (landskap), situated in the south of the country. It borders Småland, Scania and the Baltic Sea. It is the country's second-smallest province by area (only Öland is smaller), and the smallest province located on the mainland. The name \"Blekinge\" comes from the adjective bleke, which corresponds to the nautical term for \"dead calm\".Show on map
Sölvesborgs kommunSölvesborg Municipality (Sölvesborgs kommun) is a municipality in Blekinge County in southern Sweden. It borders to Bromölla Municipality, Olofström Municipality and Karlshamn Municipality. The town Sölvesborg is the seat of the municipality. The present municipality was formed in 1971 when the City of Sölvesborg was amalgamated with the rural municipalities Gammalstorp and Mjällby.Show on map
Ronneby KommunRonneby Municipality (Ronneby kommun) is a municipality in Blekinge County in southern Sweden. It borders to Tingsryd Municipality, Emmaboda Municipality, Karlskrona Municipality and Karlshamn Municipality. The town Ronneby is the seat of the municipality. The present municipality was created in 1967 through the amalgamation of the City of Ronneby with three surrounding units.Show on map
Karlshamns kommunKarlshamn Municipality (Karlshamns kommun) is a municipality in Blekinge County in southern Sweden. It borders to Olofström Municipality, Sölvesborg Municipality, Ronneby Municipality and Tingsryd Municipality. The city Karlshamn is the seat of the municipality.Show on map
TorhamnTorhamn is a locality situated in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, Sweden with 423 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
Different buildings in Blekinge
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HVDC Swepol - Stärno Static Inverter PlantKarlshamn Power Station (also known as Stärnö Power Station, Swedish: Karlshamnsverket) is an oil-fired thermal power station on Stärnö peninsula west of Karlshamn. It has three units each with a generation capacity of 340 MW, which went in service in 1969, 1971 and 1973. Each unit has its own 141 metres (463 ft) tall flue gas stack.Unit 1 delivers its power to the 130 kV grid, while unit 2 and 3 feed the 400 kV grid. Next to the power station, a converter station of the SwePol HVDC submarine cable is located.Show on map
Ronneby AirportRonneby Airport (Kallinge) (IATA: RNB, ICAO: ESDF) is located about 4 km (2.5 mi) from Ronneby, Sweden and 30 km (17 mi) from Karlshamn and 30 km (17 mi) from Karlskrona. Ronneby airport is south Sweden's (Götaland) 6th biggest airport and the 15th biggest airport in Sweden. The airport had 226,995 passengers in 2011.Show on map
MatvikMatvik is a small harbor in Karlshamn Municipality in southeastern Sweden. It is used for ferry services into the Hällaryd, or Karlshamn, archipelago out south to Tärnö, its biggest island. Matvik is also the largest harbor for private vessels in Karlshamn Municipality with some 600 slots.Show on map
FredrikskyrkanThe Fredrik Church (Swedish: Fredrikskyrkan) is located in Karlskrona, Blekinge Län, southern Sweden. Situated on Stortorget, the main square in the city centre, The Fredrik Church is included within the Karlskrona UNESCO World Heritage Site.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Blekinge
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BrömsebäckBrömsebäck is a small stream in southern Sweden on the border between the provinces Småland and Blekinge. Before 1658, the river formed the border between Sweden and Denmark. The Treaty of Brömsebro was entered on an islet in the river.Show on map
MörrumsånMörrumsån is a river in Blekinge County and Kronoberg County, Sweden. It is roughly 185 km long, with its tributary in the lake Asnen, from which it flows south, into the Baltic Sea. The river is known among fishing enthusiasts around the world, because of the salmon fishing that is considered to be among the best in Sweden. The most prominent villages where the river flows through is Mörrum and Svängsta, both villages is located in Karlshamn Municipality.Show on map
MieånMieån is a river in Blekinge County and Kronoberg County, Sweden, which it flows south, into the Baltic Sea in the city of Karlshamn.Show on map
NättrabyånNättrabyån is a river in Sweden.Show on map
VierydsånVierydsån is a river in Sweden.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Blekinge
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StumholmenStumholmen is a small island to the east of Trossö in Karlskrona, Sweden. It is connected to the center of Karlskrona by the Bastionsgatan bridge. Formerly the property of the Navy, today it houses the National Naval Museum (Marinmuseum), one of Sweden's oldest founded in 1752, the Hyper Island educational complex, and several other historic buildings. The unusual Slup- och barkass- skjulet (Sloop and Longboat Shed) is noted for its remarkable roof while buildings on Laboratorieholmen once served as an isolation hospital when the town was struck with disease. Comprehensive restoration and renovation work has been undertaken since the 1990s, providing a variety of interesting sights for tourists as well as residential accommodation for senior citizens. Since 1998, the Naval City of KarlskroShow on map
UtklippanUtklippan is a Swedish lighthouse and the name of two small islands, Södraskär (South skerry) and Norraskär (North skerry). It has been a light station since 1789 when a basket light was in use. The current tower (built in 1870) replaced an older tower built in 1840 on top of an old fortress. The flame ran on colza oil. In 1887 the colza oil lamp was replaced with a kerosene lamp. It has been powered electrically since 1948.Show on map
TrossöTrossö is an island in Blekinge Län, southern Sweden. It is situated within the Karlskrona archipelago. The main road, Osterleden (E22), connects the island to the mainland. The city of Karlskrona is spread over 30 islands, the main one being Trossö where the city center is located. Landmarks on Trossö include the Karlskrona naval base and Stortorget, the large town square situated in the centre of the island at its highest point. The two churches in the square, Trefaldighetskyrkan and Amiralitetskyrkan, were both designed by Nicodemus Tessin the Younger, with features such as burnt orange stucco and colonnades made of grey stone. Trossö is included in Karlskrona's distinction as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.Show on map
HanöHanö is an island off Listerlandet peninsula, western Blekinge, Sweden. Between 1810 and 1812 the Royal Navy of the United Kingdom used the island as its base during its operations in the Baltic Sea. The \"English Seaman's Graveyard\" is situated on the island, and still today British warships visit the island to pay tribute to the fifteen sailors who rest there. In 1972 the Royal Navy constructed a big wooden cross on the spot of the graveyard which is visible several miles out to sea.Show on map
SaltöSaltö is an island in the eastern part of the Blekinge archipelago in Blekinge Län, southern Sweden. The city of Karlskrona is spread over 30 islands, one of which is Saltö. Dragsöviken is the sound between Saltö and Dragsö.Show on map
TärnöTärnö is an island in the Blekinge archipelago, the largest and southernmost island in Hällaryd archipelago, in Karlshamn municipality, Blekinge County.Show on map
TorsnäsTorsnäs is a village in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, southeastern Sweden. According to the 2005 census it had a population of 72 people.Show on map
KnösöKnösö is a village in Karlskrona Municipality, Blekinge County, southeastern Sweden.Show on map
UtlänganUtlängan is an island in the Karlskrona archipelago in Blekinge, Sweden.Show on map