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Gävleborg County (Swedish: Gävleborgs län) is a county or län on the Baltic Sea coast of Sweden. It borders to the counties of Uppsala, Västmanland, Dalarna, Jämtland and Västernorrland. The capital is Gävle.
Cities, towns & villages in Gaevleborg
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OckelboOckelbo is a locality and the seat of Ockelbo Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 2,724 inhabitants in 2010. The name Ockelbo, spelled De oklabo in 1314, contains an old marine name *Ukle, referring to modern-day Lake Bysjön. The name derives from the old Swedish word ukla, meaning 'swell, gain etc.', alluding to the rapid changes in the water level of the lake. The second part of the name, -bo, means district or region. Approximately 150 ancient monuments are registered, including several Stone Age settlements. The majority are, however, grave mounds from the late Iron Age and are located in seven grave-fields. One such example is the grave-field at Wij, which consists of 43 graves. Abundant discoveries of low technology iron slag bear witness to the long tradition of iron product Show Ockelboon the map
SandvikenSandviken is a locality and the seat of Sandviken Municipality in Gävleborg County, Sweden with 22,965 inhabitants in 2010. It is situated about 25 km west of Gävle and lies approximately 190 km north of Stockholm. The rail journey to Stockholm takes about 2 hours and to Arlanda, Sweden´s main international airport, no more than 1.5 hours. Sandviken is the home town of the major high-technology Swedish engineering concern Sandvik and the main office of the company was located in Sandviken until January 2012 when it was moved to Stockholm. Show Sandvikenon the map
MohedMohed is a locality situated in Söderhamn Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 393 inhabitants in 2010. It was the site for the orienteering competition known as O-Ringen in 1981,2006 and 2011. It was during the period 1689-1908 center for the infantry regiment of Hälsingland. The regiment moved to [Gävle] and the old barracks was transformed into a tuberculosis hospital from 1914. The hospital was closed down during the 1950s. A memorial stone was erected at the training grounds with the inscription \"Mohed, Hälsinge regementes mötesplats 1689-1908\". Show Mohedon the map
JärvsöJärvsö ([ˈjɛrvs.ˈø]), locally known as Jarse ([ˈjaʂ.ˈə]), is a locality and a parish situated in Ljusdal Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 1,407 inhabitants in 2010. From Järvsö, people commute to Ljusdal, Färila, Bollnäs, and Gävle. The Järv part of the town name in Swedish means \"wolverine\" in English. Järvsö's slogan is Alltid. Vackert. Nära. (Always. Beautiful. Near.). Show Järvsöon the map
GävleGävle [ˈjɛːvlɛ] is a city in Sweden, the seat of Gävle Municipality and the capital of Gävleborg County. It had 71,033 inhabitants in December 2010, which makes it the 13th most populated city in Sweden. It is the oldest city in the historical Norrland (Sweden's Northern Lands), having received its charter in 1446 from Christopher of Bavaria. However, Gävle is far nearer the greater Stockholm region than it is to the other major settlements in Norrland. Show Gävleon the map
HudiksvallHudiksvall is a city and the seat of Hudiksvall Municipality, in Hälsingland, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 15,015 inhabitants in 2010. Hudiksvall is also known as Glada Hudik (English: Happy Hudik), a term that originated in the 19th century as word spread of its friendly hospitality and its lively social life. The city is located along the E4, on the east coast of Sweden deep inside the bay about 80 km south of Sundsvall and about 130 km north of Gävle. Hudiksvall is Sweden's 76th largest urban area and also the largest urban area in Hälsingland. Around Hudiksvall lies the communities of Delsbo, Iggesund, Enånger, Forsa and Näsviken. Show Hudiksvallon the map
HedesundaHedesunda is a locality and a parish situated in Gävle Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 1,028 inhabitants as of 2010. The area used to be a municipality in its own right before being incorporated into Gävle. Show Hedesundaon the map
AcktjäraAcktjära is a small area located to the immediate south of Bollnäs, in Sweden. It comprises a collection of hamlets and farming lands spread between thick forests. Main access point are from the 83 road from Gävle, and from Kilafors, heading to Norrfly direction. There are many large wooden farm houses, typical of the Halsingland traditions. A quiet and remote area from October to March, snow can be deep in places, and the access roads can be poor in places. Show Acktjäraon the map
LjusdalLjusdal is a locality and the seat of Ljusdal Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 6,230 inhabitants in 2010. Ljusdal is located beside the river Ljusnan which goes from Bruksvallarna to the Gulf of Bothnia.Ljusdal is famous for having hosted the annual Bandy World Cup in the sport of bandy from 1974 to 2008. Three Hälsingland Farmhouses situated in Ljusdal Municipality were inscribed in 2012 on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. Show Ljusdalon the map
TallåsenTallåsen is a locality situated in Ljusdal Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 586 inhabitants in 2010. It lies about 5 km northwest of Ljusdal. The village is mainly a bedroom community; most inhabitants commute to Ljusdal. The Sillerboån stream flows through the village. Tallåsen used to have a railway station, and was one of many Swedish places that blossomed because the railway was built through it at the end of the 19th century. \n* Tallåsen \n* The school of Tallåsens \n* The Mill and Kvarndammen \n* Sillerboån from the Kaffebron \n* Sillerboån from the Kaffebron Show Tallåsenon the map
LosLos is a locality situated in Ljusdal Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 387 inhabitants in 2010. The village is known for its 18th-century cobalt mine, where Axel Fredrik Cronstedt discovered the chemical element of nickel in 1751. Today, the mine is a tourist attraction. An 8-kilometre-wide crater on Mars was officially named after this village in 1979. The crater is located at 35.4°N and 76.3°W on the Martian surface. Show Loson the map
SöderhamnSöderhamn is a locality and the seat of Söderhamn Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 11,761 inhabitants in 2010. The most popular tourist attraction is Oskarsborg, a tower built in 1895 on the top of a hill close to the town centre. The tower is built as a memorial over a visit of king Oscar II of Sweden. The king actually never visited Söderhamn. Show Söderhamnon the map
EnångerEnånger is a locality situated in Hudiksvall Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 642 inhabitants in 2010. Enånger Court District, or Enångers tingslag, was a district of Hälsingland in Sweden. The provinces in Norrland were never divided into hundreds and instead the court district (tingslag) served as the basic division of rural areas. Show Enångeron the map
ValboValbo is a locality situated in Gävle Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 7,065 inhabitants in 2010. It is situated south-west of Gävle itself and could be considered a suburb of the city. Valbo is known for the large shopping mall Valbo köpcentrum and for being the birthplace for the Nobel Prize laureate The (Theodor) Svedberg. Show Valboon the map
DelsboDelsbo ([ˈdɛlsbʊ̀]) is a locality in Hudiksvall Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden, with 2,192 inhabitants in 2010. It is situated some 25 kilometers west of Hudiksvall, in the vicinity of the two lakes of Dellen. The town is known for its assembly of musicians at Delsbo Ancient Farm (Delsbo Forngård) every year. Show Delsboon the map
SegerstaSegersta is a locality situated in Bollnäs Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 313 inhabitants in 2010. Segersta church has racins from the 13th century. Segersta was filming location for The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo in September 2010. Show Segerstaon the map
FärilaFärila is a locality situated in Ljusdal Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 1,293 inhabitants in 2010. Färila is situated in a valley near the river Ljusnan. People to commute to and from Ljusdal. The town is an industrial centre in Ljusdal Municipality. Show Färilaon the map
SöderalaSöderala is a locality situated in Söderhamn Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 949 inhabitants in 2010. Writer Mare Kandre (1962–2005), was born in Söderala. Olympic sports shooter Fredrik Mossberg (1874-1950) was also born there. Show Söderalaon the map
OvanåkerOvanåker is a locality situated in Ovanåker Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 212 inhabitants in 2010. It is the original vicariate of the Celsius family, who take the name after the Latinized form of the locality. Show Ovanåkeron the map
EdsbynEdsbyn is a locality and the seat of Ovanåker Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 3,985 inhabitants in 2010. Edsbyn is most famous for their ski manufacturing industry Edsbyverken, and the sports club Edsbyns IF. Show Edsbynon the map
VoxnaVoxna is a former community (1863-1951) in southern Hälsingland in Ovanåker Municipality in Sweden, along the Bollnäs central railway. The community is named for the Voxnan river to the North. The area contains Voxna church. Show Voxnaon the map
JättendalJättendal is a locality situated in Nordanstig Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 253 inhabitants in 2010. A runestone carved by a female runemaster, cataloged as HS 21 under Rundata, is located here. Show Jättendalon the map
FågelsjöFågelsjö is a Swedish village in the Gävleborg County, Dalarna. Known for its folk museum, Gammelgården, the village was established by second generation immigrants from Finland around 1700. Show Fågelsjöon the map
KorskrogenKorskrogen, is a village in Ljusdal Municipality, Hälsingland, Gävleborg County, Sweden with about 202 inhabitants. (2004, Statistics Sweden). Show Korskrogenon the map
HennanHennan, is a village in Ljusdal Municipality, Hälsingland, Gävleborg County, Sweden with about 227 inhabitants. (2004, Statistics Sweden). Show Hennanon the map
HagaströmHagaström is a part (pop. approx 2,000) of the city of Gävle, situated 5 km west of its centre, Gävle Municipality in east central Sweden. Show Hagaströmon the map
RamsjöRamsjö is a village in Ljusdal Municipality, Hälsingland, Gävleborg County, Sweden with about 306 inhabitants. (2004, Statistics Sweden). Show Ramsjöon the map
BollnäsBollnäs is a Swedish locality and the seat of Bollnäs Municipality, in Gävleborg County, Sweden. It had 12,842 inhabitants in 2010. Show Bollnäson the map
ArbråArbrå is the second largest locality in Bollnäs Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 2,215 inhabitants in 2010. Show Arbråon the map
KungsgårdenKungsgården is a locality situated in Sandviken Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 1,033 inhabitants in 2010. Show Kungsgårdenon the map
ÖsterfärneboÖsterfärnebo is a locality situated in Sandviken Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 483 inhabitants in 2010. Show Österfärneboon the map
SörforsaSörforsa is a locality situated in Hudiksvall Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 1,574 inhabitants in 2010. Show Sörforsaon the map
FriggesundFriggesund is a locality situated in Hudiksvall Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 522 inhabitants in 2010. Show Friggesundon the map
HamrångefjärdenHamrångefjärden is a locality situated in Gävle Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 509 inhabitants in 2010. Show Hamrångefjärdenon the map
IggesundIggesund is a locality situated in Hudiksvall Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 3,362 inhabitants in 2010. Show Iggesundon the map
MarmaMarmaverken is a locality situated in Söderhamn Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 371 inhabitants in 2010. Show Marmaon the map
StrömsbrukStrömsbruk is a locality situated in Nordanstig Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 362 inhabitants in 2010. Show Strömsbrukon the map
VansäterVannsätter is a locality situated in Söderhamn Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 434 inhabitants in 2010. Show Vansäteron the map
VästerbergVästerberg is a locality situated in Sandviken Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 242 inhabitants in 2010. Show Västerbergon the map
HarmångerHarmånger is a locality situated in Nordanstig Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 540 inhabitants in 2010. Show Harmångeron the map
SandarneSandarne is a locality situated in Söderhamn Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 2,067 inhabitants in 2010. Show Sandarneon the map
NjutångerNjutånger is a locality situated in Hudiksvall Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 885 inhabitants in 2010. Show Njutångeron the map
ÅrsundaÅrsunda is a locality situated in Sandviken Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 1,008 inhabitants in 2010. Show Årsundaon the map
StorvikStorvik is a locality situated in Sandviken Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 2,165 inhabitants in 2010. Show Storvikon the map
ViksjöforsViksjöfors is a locality situated in Ovanåker Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 244 inhabitants in 2010. Show Viksjöforson the map
JäderforsJäderfors is a locality situated in Sandviken Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 284 inhabitants in 2010. Show Jäderforson the map
HoforsHofors is a locality and the seat of Hofors Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 6,681 inhabitants in 2010. Show Hoforson the map
NäsvikenNäsviken is a locality situated in Hudiksvall Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 924 inhabitants in 2010. Show Näsvikenon the map
HasselaHassela is a locality situated in Nordanstig Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 364 inhabitants in 2010. Show Hasselaon the map
HammarbyHammarby is a locality situated in Sandviken Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 552 inhabitants in 2010. Show Hammarbyon the map
GnarpGnarp is a locality situated in Nordanstig Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 1,026 inhabitants in 2010. Show Gnarpon the map
BackbergBackberg is a locality situated in Sandviken Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 244 inhabitants in 2010. Show Backbergon the map
ÅshammarÅshammar is a locality situated in Sandviken Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 727 inhabitants in 2010. Show Åshammaron the map
KilaforsKilafors is a locality situated in Bollnäs Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 1,126 inhabitants in 2010. Show Kilaforson the map
BergvikBergvik is a locality situated in Söderhamn Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 834 inhabitants in 2010. Show Bergvikon the map
RotebergRoteberg is a locality situated in Ovanåker Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 393 inhabitants in 2010. Show Rotebergon the map
HålsjöHålsjö is a locality situated in Hudiksvall Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 214 inhabitants in 2010. Show Hålsjöon the map
JärboJärbo is a locality situated in Sandviken Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 1,801 inhabitants in 2010. Show Järboon the map
ForsbackaForsbacka is a locality situated in Gävle Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 1,702 inhabitants in 2010. Show Forsbackaon the map
StockaStocka is a locality situated in Nordanstig Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 382 inhabitants in 2010. Show Stockaon the map
VallvikVallvik is a locality situated in Söderhamn Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 258 inhabitants in 2010. Show Vallvikon the map
LotteforsLottefors is a locality situated in Bollnäs Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 392 inhabitants in 2010. Show Lotteforson the map
IlsboIlsbo is a locality situated in Nordanstig Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 406 inhabitants in 2010. Show Ilsboon the map
NorrsundetNorrsundet is a locality situated in Gävle Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 968 inhabitants in 2010. Show Norrsundeton the map
AlftaAlfta is a locality situated in Ovanåker Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 2,155 inhabitants in 2010. Show Alftaon the map
RunemoRunemo is a locality situated in Ovanåker Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 263 inhabitants in 2010. Show Runemoon the map
JädraåsJädraås is a locality situated in Ockelbo Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 220 inhabitants in 2010. Show Jädraåson the map
VallstaVallsta is a locality situated in Bollnäs Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 277 inhabitants in 2010. Show Vallstaon the map
RengsjöRengsjö is a locality situated in Bollnäs Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 264 inhabitants in 2010. Show Rengsjöon the map
LingboLingbo is a locality situated in Ockelbo Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 429 inhabitants in 2010. Show Lingboon the map
SälgsjönSälgsjön is a locality situated in Gävle Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 207 inhabitants in 2010. Show Sälgsjönon the map
SkogSkog is a locality situated in Söderhamn Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 302 inhabitants in 2010. Show Skogon the map
ÅbyggebyÅbyggeby is a locality situated in Gävle Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 811 inhabitants in 2010. Show Åbyggebyon the map
FuruvikFuruvik is a locality situated in Gävle Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 575 inhabitants in 2010. Show Furuvikon the map
ForsbyForsby is a locality situated in Gävle Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 651 inhabitants in 2010. Show Forsbyon the map
HyboHybo is a locality situated in Ljusdal Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 241 inhabitants in 2010. Show Hyboon the map
SiboSibo is a locality situated in Bollnäs Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 301 inhabitants in 2010. Show Siboon the map
TrödjeTrödje is a locality situated in Gävle Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 333 inhabitants in 2010. Show Trödjeon the map
BjörkeBjörke is a locality situated in Gävle Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 349 inhabitants in 2010. Show Björkeon the map
NoreNore is a locality situated in Ljusdal Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 411 inhabitants in 2010. Show Noreon the map
BergbyBergby is a locality situated in Gävle Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 816 inhabitants in 2010. Show Bergbyon the map
ÅmotÅmot is a locality situated in Ockelbo Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 277 inhabitants in 2010. Show Åmoton the map
BönanBönan is a locality situated in Gävle Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 316 inhabitants in 2010. Show Bönanon the map
TotraTotra is a locality situated in Gävle Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 273 inhabitants in 2010. Show Totraon the map
HagstaHagsta is a village situated in Gävle Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 200 inhabitants in 2005. Show Hagstaon the map
LundLund is a locality situated in Gävle Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 444 inhabitants in 2010. Show Lundon the map
TomternaTomterna is a small village, with about 20 inhabitants, in Hälsingland in the north of Sweden. Show Tomternaon the map
VarbergVarberg is a village in Gävleborg, Sweden. Show Varbergon the map
Florhed Show Florhedon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Gaevleborg
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Nordanstigs kommunNordanstig Municipality (Nordanstigs kommun) is a municipality in Gävleborg County, east central Sweden. The municipal seat is located in Bergsjö. The municipality was created in 1974 when Bergsjö, Gnarp, Hassela and Harmånger were amalgamated. The name chosen for the new municipality was taken from a corresponding ecclesiastical entity, Nordanstigs kontrakt, which got this name in 1916 on the initiative of Nathan Söderblom, the archbishop of Uppsala.Show on map
Gävle KommunGävle Municipality (Gävle kommun) is a municipality in east central Sweden where the City Gävle is the municipal seat. Geographically the municipality is situated north of the mouth of the river Dalälven and is the southernmost municipality of the historical land of Norrland. The present municipality was created in 1971, when the City of Gävle was amalgamated with four surrounding rural municipalities. All of them were original entities, instituted as municipalities by the local government acts of 1862. The area had not been affected by the national subdivision reform in 1952.Show on map
Hofors KommunHofors Municipality (Hofors kommun) is a municipality in Gävleborg County, east central Sweden. Its seat is in Hofors with 7,400 inhabitants, situated at 60°33′N 16°17′E / 60.550°N 16.283°E. The first municipality with the name of Hofors was broken away from Torsåker in 1925. In 1971 the two entities were reunited to form the present municipality. The coat of arms stem from 1968, and is derived from a map from 1539, where the town Hofors was surrounded by iron mines. ().Show on map
Hudiksvalls KommunHudiksvall Municipality (Hudiksvalls kommun) is one of Sweden's 290 municipalities, situated in Gävleborg County, east central Sweden. Its seat is in the city Hudiksvall. The present municipality was formed in 1971 when the City of Hudiksvall was amalgamated with four surrounding rural municipalities. Minor amalgamations had also taken place in 1952 and 1965, reducing the number of local government entities in the area.Show on map
Ovanåkers KommunOvanåker Municipality (Ovanåkers kommun) is a municipality in Gävleborg County, east central Sweden. The municipal seat is located in Edsbyn. The subdivision reform of 1952 saw the amalgamation of \"old\" Ovanåker with Voxna (both formed by the first local government acts of 1862). In 1977 Alfta (which 1974-1976 had been in Bollnäs Municipality) was added.Show on map
Sandvikens KommunSandviken Municipality (Sandvikens kommun) is a municipality in Gävleborg County, in east central Sweden. The seat is the town Sandviken. The present municipality was created in 1971 through the amalgamation of the City of Sandviken (itself instituted in 1943) with a number of surrounding rural municipalities.Show on map
Ljusdals KommunLjusdal Municipality (Ljusdals kommun) is one of Sweden's 290 municipalities within Gävleborg County. Its seat is Ljusdal. The municipality was formed in 1971 by the amalgamation of the market town (köping) of Ljusdal (instituted in 1914) with the rural municipalities Järvsö, Färila, Los and Ramsjö.Show on map
Bollnäs KommunBollnäs Municipality (Bollnäs kommun) is a municipality in Gävleborg County, east central Sweden. Its seat is located in Bollnäs. The municipality evolved during a series of local government reforms in the 1950s and 1970s. It consists of six original entities and has its present shape since 1977.Show on map
Söderhamns KommunSöderhamn Municipality is a municipality in Gävleborg County, in east central Sweden. The seat is located in Söderhamn. The present municipality was created in 1971 when the former City of Söderhamn was amalgamated with two rural municipalities and parts of a third.Show on map
Ockelbo KommunOckelbo Municipality (Ockelbo kommun) is a municipality in Gävleborg County, in east central Sweden. Its seat is located in Ockelbo. The present municipality was formed in 1971 through the amalgamation of \"old\" Ockelbo with Skog.Show on map
TorsåkerTorsåker is a locality situated in Hofors Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 899 inhabitants in 2010. It contains a parish for the Archdiocese of Uppsala. The church at Torsåker has two runestones, Gs 7 and Gs 8.Show on map
Gävleborgs länGävleborg County (Swedish: Gävleborgs län) is a county or län on the Baltic Sea coast of Sweden. It borders to the counties of Uppsala, Västmanland, Dalarna, Jämtland and Västernorrland. The capital is Gävle.Show on map
BergsjöBergsjö is a locality and the seat of Nordanstig Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 1,266 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
LjusneLjusne is a locality situated in Söderhamn Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 1,917 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
Different buildings in Gaevleborg
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Läkerol ArenaGavlerinken Arena, formerly known as Läkerol Arena (2006–2014) and Gavlerinken (1967–2006), is an indoor sporting arena located in Gävle, Sweden. The capacity of the arena is 8,585 for ice hockey games and 11,000 for concerts which makes it the 5th largest ice hockey arena in Sweden. The arena is the home arena of the Brynäs IF ice hockey team. The arena is partly powered by two 4 kW vertical axis wind turbine manufactured by Urban Green Energy. In 2007 and 2016, the arena hosted a semi-final of Melodifestivalen.Show on map
Gavle-Sandviken AirportGävle-Sandviken Airport, also called Gestrike Airport, is a public airport in Sweden, with a single runway 2,000 metres (6,600 ft) long and 45 metres (148 ft) wide. The taxiway is 200 metres (660 ft) long and 15 metres (49 ft) wide. The airport is used for taxi flights, ambulance flights, photo flights for Lantmäteriet (Swedish National Land Survey), and private planes. The airport sells jet fuel from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM CET.Show on map
Gävle BroGävlebro is a rest area with a restaurant, located near the E4 motorway outside Gävle in Sweden. Opened in 1987, the facility is built as a covered bridge restaurant. The structure is notable for being the only visible landmark the city of Gävle has on the E4 motorway, one of the most heavily congested roads, connecting Norrland with southern Sweden.Show on map
StrömvallenStrömvallen is a football stadium in Gävle, Sweden. It is the home ground of Gefle IF. The stadium holds 6,703 people and was initially opened in 1903, with a dedicated spectator area built in 1923.Show on map
LillhagaLillhaga is a locality situated in Ljusdal Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden with 379 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Gaevleborg
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GryttjenGryttjen is a lake of Sweden. It is located to the northeast of Järvsö in Gävleborg County. It is reputed to have a lake monster named Gryttie.It lies along Highway 84. Near its south shore is an island named Tjuvholmen.Show on map
DelångersånDelångersån is a river in Sweden. After Ljusnan and Voxnan, it is the third longest river in Hälsingland.Show on map
HarmångersånHarmångersån is a river in Sweden.Show on map
TesteboånTesteboån is a river in Sweden.Show on map
SkärjånSkärjån is a river in Sweden.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Gaevleborg
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Hamra NationalparkHamra National Park (Swedish: Hamra nationalpark) is a national park in Ljusdal Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden. The park, which is a part of Orsa Finnmark (part of Dalarna), was founded in 1909 and was then 28 ha (69 acres) in area, but was extended in 2011 to 1,383 ha (3,420 acres).Show on map
GranGran is an island in Nordanstig Municipality, Gävleborg County, Sweden. Gran has an area of about 0.63 km2. It is about 10 km from the mainland. There are remains of an old fishing village. The island is included in a nature reserve established in 1988. The climate is lush and rich.Show on map