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Jönköping County (Swedish: Jönköpings län) is a county or län in southern Sweden. It borders the counties of Halland, Västra Götaland, Östergötland, Kalmar and Kronoberg. The total county population was 337,013 inhabitants in March 2011. The capital and largest city is Jönköping. About one quarter of the total county population lives in the combined Jönköping-Huskvarna urban area around the southern point of Lake Vättern.
Cities, towns & villages in Joenkoeping
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MariannelundMariannelund is a locality situated in Hässleby parish in Eksjö Municipality, Jönköping County, in the region of Småland, Sweden with 1,468 inhabitants in 2010. Mariannelund is situated in the Småland highlands (elevation 118–280 metres above sea level), 39 km east of Eksjö. A railway running from Jönköping by lake Vättern to the Baltic Sea crosses through Mariannelund as well as the coast to coast road number 40. The river Bruza floats through Mariannelund and is part of the greater Em river system. The industry is dominated by forest and building companies. In recent years the tourism industry has grown considerably. Show Mariannelundon the map
HultHult is a locality situated in Eksjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden. It had 455 inhabitants in 2010.The artist and writer Albert Engström grew up at Hult. He was born on May 12, 1869 in Bäckfall, Lönneberga. He moved to Hult when he was nine years old, because his father Lars Engström got a job as stationmaster. His mother’s name was Antigonia. Albert Engström died 71 years old November 16, 1940. He was buried at Hult’s graveyard, where also his parents are buried. At Hult there is a railway station that has been in use since 1874. Show Hulton the map
SkillingarydSkillingaryd is a locality situated in Vaggeryd Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with over 13,200 inhabitants in 2013. Together with Vaggeryd the seat of Vaggeryd Municipality. Skillingaryd is an old industrial town with many large companies such as: Thor Ahlgren AB, Kinnarps, Krahners, Presso, Skillmech, Stilexo, Stack Hydraulic and Mechanical Uppåkra AB. The town lies on the railway line Halmstad Nässjö, formerly part of the Halmstad-Nässjö Railways, HNJ. Skillingaryd is also known for Skillingaryd firing range, which still works as a military firing and training ground. Skillingaryd is also associated with the Skillingaryd ointment Show Skillingarydon the map
GrännaGränna is a locality situated in Jönköping Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 2,553 inhabitants in 2010. It is situated in Småland on the eastern shores of the lake Vättern, about 40 km north of Jönköping. Gränna has a population of 2,578 (2005) and was founded in 1652 by Count Per Brahe. The town is situated at the foot of Gränna mountain and is characterized by its steep streets and old wooden houses. Show Grännaon the map
JönköpingJönköping (Swedish pronunciation: (13px listen)) is a city in southern Sweden with 89,396 inhabitants (2010). Jönköping is situated at the southern end of Sweden's second largest lake, Vättern, in the province of Småland. The original city of Jönköping has grown together with the twin city of Huskvarna (population 23,033) and the suburb of (population 9,070) to form a contiguous urban area, with 93,662 inhabitants in 2013. Show Jönköpingon the map
KomstadKomstad is a village in the former Norra Ljunga Parish, Småland, Sweden, suited about 4 km west of Sävsjö town. It is an old village, mentioned in historical records as early as 1370. From this village came Jonas Bronck who gave name to The Bronx, New York, United States. Komstad was previously the location for the parish's Thing and was the main village in Västra Härad (western part of Njudung). But when the railroad was constructed in the 1860s, nearby Sävsjö became the new main town in the region. Show Komstadon the map
HuskvarnaHuskvarna (formerly spelled Husqvarna) constitutes the eastern part of Jönköping, a city in the Swedish province of Småland, and has a population of about 21,500. The distance to central Jönköping is about 5 km. Between 1911 and 1970, it was a city municipality of its own. It geographically grew together with Jönköping during in the 1950s. Since the local government reform in 1971, it is administratively in Jönköping Municipality. Show Huskvarnaon the map
VaggerydVaggeryd is a locality situated in Vaggeryd Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 4,920 inhabitants in 2010. Together with Skillingaryd it is the seat of the municipality. Vaggeryd is situated about 10 km north of its co-municipal seat Skillingaryd. Parts of the municipal administration are located in Vaggeryd. Vaggeryd was originally the seat for multiple furniture manufacturers, most of which have now shut down. Show Vaggerydon the map
BäckabyBäckaby is a small village south of Vetlanda in the southern Swedish province of Småland. Bäckaby has a stone church, a kindergarten, a summer café and a small hostel called Plymska Huset. Bäckaby has 232 inhabitants. Bäckaby's old church was a wooden church which was moved to Jönköping in 1902. Its oldest parts were from the 14th century. The church was burnt to the ground in 2000. Show Bäckabyon the map
ÖrerydÖreryd is a village and parish in Småland, Sweden, in the county of Jönköping. During World War II, Öreryd hosted a refugee camp and transit center for refugees fleeing Nazi persecution in occupied Norway, from March 1941 until June 1942, when it was replaced by the camp Kjesäter. From 1944 Öreryd was one of the approved training sites for the Norwegian police troops in Sweden. Show Örerydon the map
SmålandsstenarSmålandsstenar is a locality situated in Gislaved Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 4,530 inhabitants in 2010. In sports Smålandsstenar Tennisclub have a central position as the most successful athletic-club developing tennis players such as ATP-ranked; Hans Simonsson, Stefan Simonsson, Håkan Johansson, Peter Svensson, Claes Persson and WTA-ranked Linda Åqvist. Show Smålandsstenaron the map
AnderstorpAnderstorp is a locality situated in Gislaved Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 4,965 inhabitants in 2010. Scandinavian Raceway, which hosted the Swedish Grand Prix Formula One races in 1973–1978, is situated here. Anderstorp also hosts the Anderstorps SK, famous for its men's handball teams, and has most industries in Sweden (per person). Show Anderstorpon the map
TenhultTenhult is a locality situated in Jönköping Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 2,977 inhabitants in 2010. By road it is located 15.7 kilometres (9.8 mi) southeast of the city centre of Jönköping. Lake Tenhultasjön lies to the southeast of the town. Show Tenhulton the map
BankerydBankeryd is the second largest locality situated in Jönköping Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 8,107 inhabitants in 2010. Bankeryd is situated on the western shore of the lake Vättern about 7 km north of the municipal city Jönköping. It is mainly residential with some industries, and could be considered a suburb of Jönköping. Show Bankerydon the map
TranhultTranhult is a small village a couple of miles south of Jönköping, Sweden. Tranhult has 7 farms with 15 inhabitants and a lot of animals. One thing worth seeing in Tranhult is the huge Tranhultstenen, a stone on a cliff from the ice age. It's believed that the stone has been an old cult place. Show Tranhulton the map
KaxholmenKaxholmen is a locality situated in Jönköping Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 1,458 inhabitants in 2010. The small locality is located near the lake of Landsjön which is well known for its bird-habitats. Show Kaxholmenon the map
BruzaholmBruzaholm is a locality situated in Eksjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 250 inhabitants in 2010. It is one of only two inhabited localities in Sweden whose name contain the letter z. Show Bruzaholmon the map
NorrahammarNorrahammar is a part of the Jönköping locality in Sweden. It has been part of the town since the 1970s. It is located within the Jönköping Municipality in the county of Jönköping in Sweden. Show Norrahammaron the map
KvillsforsKvillsfors is a bimunicipal locality situated in Vetlanda Municipality, Jönköping County and Hultsfred Municipality, Kalmar County in Sweden with 500 inhabitants in 2010. Show Kvillsforson the map
HolsbybrunnHolsbybrunn is a locality situated in Vetlanda Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 729 inhabitants in 2010. Ädelfors folkhögskola is located in Holsbybrunn. Show Holsbybrunnon the map
GislavedGislaved is a locality and the seat of Gislaved Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 10,037 inhabitants in 2010, out of a municipal total of nearly 30,000. Show Gislavedon the map
BarkerydBarkeryd is a village in Nässjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden. It is the site of a church, and the Barkeryd Parish had over 1,000 inhabitants as of 2005. Show Barkerydon the map
HaboHabo is a locality and the seat of Habo Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 6,883 inhabitants in 2010. Habo Church lies around 4 km to the south-west. Show Haboon the map
SkeppshultSkeppshult is a locality situated in Gislaved Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden beside river Nissan. In 2010 365 inhabitants lived in Skeppshult. Show Skeppshulton the map
LannaLanna is a bimunicipal locality situated in Värnamo Municipality and Gnosjö Municipality in Jönköping County, Sweden with 329 inhabitants in 2010. Show Lannaon the map
TunnerstadTunnerstad is a locality situated on the island of Visingsö in Jönköping Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden, and had 295 inhabitants in 2010. Show Tunnerstadon the map
FiskebäckFiskebäck is a minor locality situated in Habo Municipality in Jönköping County, Sweden. It had 130 inhabitants in 2010. (updated 8 October 2012) Show Fiskebäckon the map
HokHok is a locality situated in Vaggeryd Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 637 inhabitants in 2010. North of it is the Hok Mansion. Show Hokon the map
RamkvillaRamkvilla is a small village south of Vetlanda in the southern Swedish province of Småland. Ramkvilla is situated by the lake Örken. Show Ramkvillaon the map
VetlandaVetlanda was still nothing more than a village for several centuries. With the 1840s population boom in Småland, and the industrial revolution winning grounds in Sweden, the industry expanded and people settled in the village. With the railways crossing Vetlanda in the late 19th century the population further blossomed, and Vetlanda got the title of a city on New Year's Day 1920, at which time its population amounted to 3,015. Show Vetlandaon the map
VärnamoVärnamo is a locality and the seat of Värnamo Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden, with 18,696 inhabitants in 2010. Show Värnamoon the map
HångerHånger is a locality situated in Värnamo Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with around 301 inhabitants in 2010. Show Hångeron the map
EkenässjönEkenässjön is a locality situated in Vetlanda Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 1,517 inhabitants in 2010. Show Ekenässjönon the map
TranåsTranås is a locality and the seat of Tranås Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 14,197 inhabitants in 2010. Show Tranåson the map
NässjöNässjö is a locality and the seat of Nässjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 16,678 inhabitants in 2010. Show Nässjöon the map
SundhultsbrunnSundhultsbrunn is a locality situated in Aneby Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 311 inhabitants in 2010. Show Sundhultsbrunnon the map
OdensjöOdensjö is a locality situated in Jönköping Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 2,495 inhabitants in 2010. Show Odensjöon the map
LandsbroLandsbro is a locality situated in Vetlanda Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 1,426 inhabitants in 2010. Show Landsbroon the map
BottnarydBottnaryd is a locality situated in Jönköping Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 713 inhabitants in 2010. Show Bottnarydon the map
PauliströmPauliström is a locality situated in Vetlanda Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 221 inhabitants in 2010. Show Pauliströmon the map
SävsjöSävsjö is a locality and the seat of Sävsjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 5,122 inhabitants in 2010. Show Sävsjöon the map
ÖggestorpÖggestorp is a locality situated in Jönköping Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 212 inhabitants in 2010. Show Öggestorpon the map
FredriksdalFredriksdal is a locality situated in Nässjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 310 inhabitants in 2010. Show Fredriksdalon the map
BredarydBredaryd is a locality situated in Värnamo Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 1,466 inhabitants in 2010. Show Bredarydon the map
ForshedaForsheda is a locality situated in Värnamo Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 1,459 inhabitants in 2010. Show Forshedaon the map
SkärstadSkärstad is a locality situated in Jönköping Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 341 inhabitants in 2010. Show Skärstadon the map
KlevshultKlevshult is a locality situated in Vaggeryd Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 264 inhabitants in 2010. Show Klevshulton the map
RydaholmRydaholm is a locality situated in Värnamo Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 1,474 inhabitants in 2010. Show Rydaholmon the map
RefteleReftele is a locality situated in Gislaved Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 1,282 inhabitants in 2010. Here lived Johan Svensson who died in the sinking of Titanic at age of 75 and his son Amandus Ekström at age of 45. Show Refteleon the map
TabergTaberg is a locality situated in Jönköping Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 4,392 inhabitants in 2010. Show Tabergon the map
MalmbäckMalmbäck is a locality situated in Nässjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 1,031 inhabitants in 2010. Show Malmbäckon the map
LekerydLekeryd is a locality situated in Jönköping Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 817 inhabitants in 2010. Show Lekerydon the map
VrigstadVrigstad is a locality situated in Sävsjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 1,421 inhabitants in 2010. Show Vrigstadon the map
ForserumForserum is a locality situated in Nässjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 2,039 inhabitants in 2010. Show Forserumon the map
BodaforsBodafors is a locality situated in Nässjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 1,886 inhabitants in 2010. Show Bodaforson the map
GripenbergGripenberg is a locality situated in Tranås Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 292 inhabitants in 2010. Show Gripenbergon the map
HestraHestra is a locality situated in Gislaved Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 1,306 inhabitants in 2010. Show Hestraon the map
BjörköbyBjörköby is a locality situated in Vetlanda Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 273 inhabitants in 2010. Show Björköbyon the map
BurserydBurseryd is a locality situated in Gislaved Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 854 inhabitants in 2010. Show Burserydon the map
ÖrserumÖrserum is a locality situated in Jönköping Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 322 inhabitants in 2010. Show Örserumon the map
ÖlmstadÖlmstad is a locality situated in Jönköping Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 296 inhabitants in 2010. Show Ölmstadon the map
BarnarpBarnarp is a village situated in Jönköping Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 724 inhabitants in 2005. \n* Houses in Barnarp \n* Show Barnarpon the map
BroarydBroaryd is a locality situated in Gislaved Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 271 inhabitants in 2010. Show Broarydon the map
NissaforsNissafors is a locality situated in Gnosjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 285 inhabitants in 2010. Show Nissaforson the map
GrimstorpGrimstorp is a locality situated in Nässjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 344 inhabitants in 2010. Show Grimstorpon the map
SjunnenSjunnen is a locality situated in Vetlanda Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 422 inhabitants in 2010. Show Sjunnenon the map
TörestorpTörestorp is a locality situated in Gnosjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 203 inhabitants in 2010. Show Törestorpon the map
MyresjöMyresjö is a locality situated in Vetlanda Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 646 inhabitants in 2010. Show Myresjöon the map
StockarydStockaryd is a locality situated in Sävsjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 958 inhabitants in 2010. Show Stockarydon the map
MarieholmMarieholm is a village situated in Gnosjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 218 inhabitants in 2005. Show Marieholmon the map
KättilstorpKättilstorp is a locality situated in Falköping Municipality, Västergötland, Sweden. It had 253 inhabitants in 2010. Show Kättilstorpon the map
SolbergaSolberga is a locality situated in Nässjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 374 inhabitants in 2010. Show Solbergaon the map
SandhemSandhem is a locality situated in Mullsjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 702 inhabitants in 2010. Show Sandhemon the map
FrinnarydFrinnaryd is a locality situated in Aneby Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 204 inhabitants in 2010. Show Frinnarydon the map
KulltorpKulltorp is a locality situated in Gnosjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 334 inhabitants in 2010. Show Kulltorpon the map
HjältevadHjältevad is a locality situated in Eksjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 335 inhabitants in 2010. Show Hjältevadon the map
AnnebergAnneberg is a locality situated in Nässjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 833 inhabitants in 2010. Show Annebergon the map
ÅsenhögaÅsenhöga is a locality situated in Gnosjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 210 inhabitants in 2010. Show Åsenhögaon the map
IngatorpIngatorp is a locality situated in Eksjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 453 inhabitants in 2010. Show Ingatorpon the map
SkedeSkede is a locality situated in Vetlanda Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 304 inhabitants in 2010. Show Skedeon the map
HordaHorda is a locality situated in Värnamo Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 377 inhabitants in 2010. Show Hordaon the map
KärdaKärda is a locality situated in Värnamo Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 320 inhabitants in 2010. Show Kärdaon the map
FlisbyFlisby is a locality situated in Nässjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 201 inhabitants in 2010. Show Flisbyon the map
RörvikRörvik is a locality situated in Sävsjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 523 inhabitants in 2010. Show Rörvikon the map
BorBor is a locality situated in Värnamo Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 1,256 inhabitants in 2010. Show Boron the map
FurusjöFurusjö is a locality situated in Habo Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 325 inhabitants in 2010. Show Furusjöon the map
NyeNye is a village situated in Vetlanda Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 203 inhabitants in 2005. Show Nyeon the map
ÄngÄng is a locality situated in Nässjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 277 inhabitants in 2010. Show Ängon the map
AnebyAneby is a locality and the seat of Aneby Municipality in Jönköping County, Sweden. While the municipality has about 6500 inhabitants, half live in the central town of Aneby. The municipality lies amidst the south Swedish highlands, 45 kilometers from Jönköping and can be found along highway route 34 that stretches from Tranås in the north to Eksjö in the south. Show Anebyon the map
HultaHulta is a settlement in Jönköping County, Sweden. Show Hultaon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Joenkoeping
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Vaggeryds KommunVaggeryd Municipality (Vaggeryds kommun) is a municipality in Jönköping County in southern Sweden. The town Skillingaryd is together with Vaggeryd the seat of the municipality. Most of the municipal administration is, however, placed in Skillingaryd. The present municipality was created in 1971, when the two market towns Skillingaryd and Vaggeryd vere amalgamated with parts of the rural municipalities of Klevshult and Vrigstad. In the area, iron has been processed since the Iron Age. It continued into the Middle Ages, and was very important for the inhabitants well into the 19th century.Show on map
GrännaGränna is a locality situated in Jönköping Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 2,553 inhabitants in 2010. It is situated in Småland on the eastern shores of the lake Vättern, about 40 km north of Jönköping. Gränna has a population of 2,578 (2005) and was founded in 1652 by Count Per Brahe. The town is situated at the foot of Gränna mountain and is characterized by its steep streets and old wooden houses.Show on map
VoxtorpVåxtorp is a locality situated in Laholm Municipality, Halland County, Sweden, with 970 inhabitants in 2010. The village is situated not too far from the horst Hallandsåsen and the national highway number 24 runs through it. Most of the modern settlement has grown around the crossing of the roads from Båstad to Hishult and Laholm to Örkelljunga. In the beginning of the last century the village was not more than a couple of farms near this crossing. The most noted landmark is the church of the Våxtorp-Hasslöv parish and the two skiing centres.Show on map
Gnosjö KommunGnosjö Municipality (Gnosjö kommun) is a municipality in Jönköping County, southern Sweden where the town Gnosjö is seat. The Swedish local government reform of 1952 formed this municipality out if five former entities, and it has not been amalgamated with others since then. About half of the municipal population live in Gnosjö town, the rest is spread between smaller localities, and rural areas.Show on map
Gislaveds KommunGislaved Municipality (Gislaveds kommun) is a municipality in Jönköping County in southern Sweden, with its seat located in the town Gislaved. The present municipality was formed in 1974, whenformer municipalities were amalgamated. The number of entities in the area in 1863 was seventeen. It regards itself as being both cultural and industry dominated, as part of the Gnosjö region.Show on map
Vetlanda kommunVetlanda Municipality (Vetlanda kommun) is a municipality in Jönköping County, in southern Sweden where the town of Vetlanda is the seat. The municipality was created in 1971, when the City of Vetlanda (instituted in 1920) was amalgamated with the surrounding rural municipalities to form a unitary municipality. In 1863, when the first local government acts in Sweden came into force, there were more than 20 entities within the area of the present municipality.Show on map
Tranås KommunTranås Municipality (Tranås kommun) is a municipality in Jönköping County, southern Sweden, where the town Tranås is seat. The original entity Tranås was detached from the rural municipality Säby as a market town (köping) in 1882 and made a city in 1919. The reunification took place in 1951 when Säby was made a part of Tranås. In 1967 Linderås was amalgamated with the City of Tranås, which in 1971 was made a municipality of unitary type when all differences between rural and urban municipalities were abolished.Show on map
Mullsjö kommunMullsjö Municipality (Swedish: Mullsjö kommun) is a municipality in Jönköping County, southern Sweden. Its seat is in the locality of Mullsjö. The municipality was formed in 1952 by the amalgamation of four former entities. In 1998 it was transferred from the dissolved Skaraborg County to Jönköping County. The geography is known for its many lakes and canoeing waters. In the winter, one may enjoy winter sports activities such as cross-country and down-hill skiing. There is also a folk high school in Mullsjö.Show on map
Jönköpings länJönköping County (Swedish: Jönköpings län) is a county or län in southern Sweden. It borders the counties of Halland, Västra Götaland, Östergötland, Kalmar and Kronoberg. The total county population was 337,013 inhabitants in March 2011. The capital and largest city is Jönköping. About one quarter of the total county population lives in the combined urban area around the southern point of Lake Vättern.Show on map
Aneby KommunAneby Municipality (Aneby kommun) is a municipality in Jönköping County in southern Sweden, where the town Aneby is the seat. The municipality was formed in 1967 when the municipalities of Bredestad and Hullaryd, both created in 1952 were amalgamated. The name was taken from the largest locality, Aneby, which was chosen as the seat. Before 1952 there were nine municipalities in the area.Show on map
Värnamo KommunVärnamo Municipality (Värnamo kommun) is a municipality in Jönköping County in southern Sweden, where the town Värnamo is seat. The municipality was created in 1971, when the City of Värnamo (itself instituted in 1920) was amalgamated with the surrounding rural municipalities to form an entity of unitary type. There are fourteen original units making up the present municipality.Show on map
Sävsjö KommunSävsjö Municipality (Sävsjö kommun) is a municipality in Jönköping County, southern Sweden where the town Sävsjö is seat. The municipality was created by the local government reform of 1971, when the City of Sävsjö (instituted as late as 1947) was amalgamated with parts of two adjacent rural municipalities. Two years later it was completed when Hjälmseryd was added.Show on map
AnderstorpAnderstorp is a locality situated in Gislaved Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 4,965 inhabitants in 2010. Scandinavian Raceway, which hosted the Swedish Grand Prix Formula One races in 1973–1978, is situated here. Anderstorp also hosts the Anderstorps SK, famous for its men's handball teams, and has most industries in Sweden (per person).Show on map
BankerydBankeryd is the second largest locality situated in Jönköping Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 8,107 inhabitants in 2010. Bankeryd is situated on the western shore of the lake Vättern about 7 km north of the municipal city Jönköping. It is mainly residential with some industries, and could be considered a suburb of Jönköping.Show on map
KarlstorpKarlstorp, spelled Carlstorp in old writings, is a small village in Vetlanda Municipality in Jönköping County, in southern Sweden. It lies 42 km from the town of Vetlanda and 18 km from Mariannelund, and has a population of about 50. Otto Lindblad, composer of Kungssången, the Swedish royal anthem, came from Karlstorp.Show on map
ÅkerAker is a geographic area within today's Oslo and a former independent municipality in Akershus, Norway. The name originally belonged to a farm which was located near the current Old Aker Church. The church in turn became the source of the name of the parish, the Akershus Fortress, the municipality and the entire county of Akershus, as well as numerous institutions within this area. The name remains in use in two districts of Oslo, Vestre Aker and Nordre Aker.Show on map
Nässjö KommunNässjö Municipality (Nässjö kommun) is a municipality in Jönköping County, southern Sweden where the town Nässjö is situated. The present municipality was created in 1971 when the City of Nässjö (instituted in 1914) was amalgamated with five surrounding municipalities.Show on map
Eksjö KommunEksjö Municipality (Eksjö kommun) is a municipality in Jönköping County, southern Sweden, where the town Eksjö is seat. The present municipality was created in 1971 when the former City of Eksjö was amalgamated with three neighboring municipalities.Show on map
GnosjöGnosjö is a locality and the seat of Gnosjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 4,326 inhabitants in 2010, out of a municipal total of 9,600. In business management, Gnosjö is known for the Gnosjö Spirit (Swedish: Gnosjöandan).Show on map
Habo KommunHabo Municipality (Swedish: Habo kommun) is a municipality in Jönköping County, southern Sweden, where the locality of Habo is seat. The present municipality was formed in 1974 when a part of the dissolved rural municipality of Fågelsås was amalgamated with \"old\" Habo. It was transferred from the dissolved Skaraborg County to Jönköping County in 1998.Show on map
Jönköpings KommunJönköping Municipality (Swedish: Jönköpings kommun) is a municipality in Jönköping County, southern Sweden. The city Jönköping is the municipal seat. The municipality is situated by the southern end of lake Vättern.Show on map
NorrahammarNorrahammar is a part of the Jönköping locality in Sweden. It has been part of the town since the 1970s. It is located within the Jönköping Municipality in the county of Jönköping in Sweden.Show on map
GislavedGislaved is a locality and the seat of Gislaved Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 10,037 inhabitants in 2010, out of a municipal total of nearly 30,000.Show on map
BarkerydBarkeryd is a village in Nässjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden. It is the site of a church, and the Barkeryd Parish had over 1,000 inhabitants as of 2005.Show on map
HaboHabo is a locality and the seat of Habo Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 6,883 inhabitants in 2010. Habo Church lies around 4 km to the south-west.Show on map
BrandstorpBrandstorp is a minor locality situated in Habo Municipality in Jönköping County, Sweden. It had 116 inhabitants in 2010. (updated 8 October 2012)Show on map
MullsjöMullsjö is a locality and the seat of Mullsjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 5,452 inhabitants in 2010. Elevation: 286 metres.Show on map
VärnamoVärnamo is a locality and the seat of Värnamo Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden, with 18,696 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
HångerHånger is a locality situated in Värnamo Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with around 301 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
NässjöNässjö is a locality and the seat of Nässjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 16,678 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
SävsjöSävsjö is a locality and the seat of Sävsjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 5,122 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
BredarydBredaryd is a locality situated in Värnamo Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 1,466 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
SkärstadSkärstad is a locality situated in Jönköping Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 341 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
ForshedaForsheda is a locality situated in Värnamo Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 1,459 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
RydaholmRydaholm is a locality situated in Värnamo Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 1,474 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
RefteleReftele is a locality situated in Gislaved Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 1,282 inhabitants in 2010. Here lived Johan Svensson who died in the sinking of Titanic at age of 75 and his son Amandus Ekström at age of 45.Show on map
LekerydLekeryd is a locality situated in Jönköping Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 817 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
ÖlmstadÖlmstad is a locality situated in Jönköping Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 296 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
EksjöEksjö is a locality and the seat of Eksjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 9,701 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
MalmbäckMalmbäck is a locality situated in Nässjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 1,031 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
BurserydBurseryd is a locality situated in Gislaved Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 854 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
ForserumForserum is a locality situated in Nässjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 2,039 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
StockarydStockaryd is a locality situated in Sävsjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 958 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
MyresjöMyresjö is a locality situated in Vetlanda Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 646 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
FrinnarydFrinnaryd is a locality situated in Aneby Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 204 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
ÅsenhögaÅsenhöga is a locality situated in Gnosjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 210 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
KärdaKärda is a locality situated in Värnamo Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 320 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
AnebyAneby is a locality and the seat of Aneby Municipality in Jönköping County, Sweden. While the municipality has about 6500 inhabitants, half live in the central town of Aneby. The municipality lies amidst the south Swedish highlands, 45 kilometers from Jönköping and can be found along highway route 34 that stretches from Tranås in the north to Eksjö in the south.Show on map
JärstorpJärstorp is a locality situated in Jonköping, Jönköping County, Sweden \n* The church of JärstorpShow on map
Different buildings in Joenkoeping
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AnderstorpAnderstorp Raceway, previously known as Scandinavian Raceway, is a 2.505 miles (4.03 km) motorsport race track in Anderstorp (Gislaved Municipality), Sweden. The track was built on marshlands in 1968 and became an extremely popular venue in the 1970s, just as Swede Ronnie Peterson was at the height of his career. It has a long straight (called Flight Straight, which was also used as a 980 metres (3,220 ft) aircraft runway (ICAO: ESMP)), as well as several banked corners, making car setup an engineering compromise. Unusually, the pit lane is located halfway round the lap.Show on map
BrahekyrkanBrahe Church (Swedish: Brakekyrkan) is a church building on the island of Visingsö in the lake of Vättern in Sweden. Belonging to the Visingsö Parish of the Church of Sweden, it was opened in 1636 as Wisingsborg Castle Church (Swedish: Wisingsborgs slottskyrka). Brahe Church was erected as a royal church at the beginning of the 17th century. A church built in the Middle Ages, Ströja Church, already existed on its site at that time.Show on map
Kinnarps ArenaKinnarps Arena is an ice hockey venue in Jönköping, Sweden. The arena, which is located in the Rosenlund district of Jönköping, was built between September 1999 and September 2000. It was literally built around and on top of the old arena Rosenlundshallen while HV71 was still playing their regular season games. Kinnarps Arena was designed by Flensborns arkitektkontor and Skanska as contractor, with Kinnarps AB financing the project. Future proprietor and owner of the arena is HV71 Fastighets AB, a subsidiary to HV71.Show on map
Gränna KyrkaGränna Church (Swedish: Gränna kyrka) is a church building in Gränna in Sweden. Belonging to the Gränna Parish of the Church of Sweden, it was opened on September 15, 1895, replacing an older church destroyed by an 1889 fire. The church stands in the heart of Gränna, dominating the town’s skyline. It was built on the remnants of the original stone church dating back to the middle of the 12th century. The foundation of that church is still preserved under the floor of today’s Gränna Church.Show on map
ElmiaElmia Exhibition and Convention Centre is a trade fair in Jönköping, Sweden. The building was built in 1961 for agriculture trade fairs. Later it was expanded to also hold other trade fairs like boat and auto shows. The building has 34,000 square metres floor and is divided into 4 major halls and a few smaller ones. One of the most popular activities at Elmia is Dreamhack, the biggest LAN party in the world, with over 21600 visitors and their computers. The outdoor game of the 2011–12 Elitserien season, between HV71 and Linköpings HC, was played in a temporary outdoor arena at Elmia.Show on map
BrahehusThe ruins of Brahehus Castle are located 3 km outside of Gränna in Jönköping County in the province of Småland, Sweden. The ruins sit 270 m above sea level and 180 m above the lake Vättern, providing a panoramic view of the lake and the island of Visingsö. Built for Count Per Brahe the Younger in the 1640s, the castle was abandoned by the 1680s and suffered a fire in 1708. The castle is near the modern E4 highway and is a popular destination for recreation and tourism.Show on map
Utvängstorps KyrkaUtvängstorp Church (Swedish: Utvängstorps kyrka) is a church building in Mullsjö Municipality in Sweden, located circa two Scandinavian miles (20 kilometers) south of Tidaholm and two Scandinavian miles north of Mullsjö. It belongs to the Mullsjö-Sandhem Parish of the Church of Sweden, and dates back to the later 12th century.Show on map
Bjurbäcks KyrkaBjurbäck Church (Swedish: Bjurbäcks kyrka) is a church building in Mullsjö Municipality in Sweden, located on the northeastern shorelines of the Lake Näs. Belonging to the Mullsjö-Sandhem Parish of the Church of Sweden, it was opened in 1899 replacing a 1732 church.Show on map
Bottnaryds kyrkaBottnaryd Church (Swedish: Bottnaryds kyrka) is a wooden church building in Bottnaryd, Sweden. Belonging to the Norra Mo Parish of the Church of Sweden, it was built in the late 17th century, replacing a Medieval church demolished on 16 May 1666.Show on map
EkhagskyrkanEkhagen Church (Swedish: Ekhagskyrkan) is a church building at Ekhagen in Jönköping in Sweden, belonging to the Kristina-Ljungarum of the Church of Sweden. it was opened in 1996. However, a church has been around at Ekhagen since the early 1960s.Show on map
Öggestorps KyrkaÖggestorp Church (Swedish: Öggestorps kyrka) is a church building in Öggestorp, Sweden. Belonging to the Rogberga-Öggestorp Parish of the Church of Sweden, it was opened on 18 August 1883 replacing the old church, which was demolished in 1882.Show on map
Barnarps KyrkaBarnarp Church (Swedish: Barnarps kyrka) is a church building in Barnarp, Sweden. Belonging to the Barnarp Parish of the Church of Sweden, it is dated back to 13th century and is supposed to have replaced an older wooden church.Show on map
Järsnäs KyrkaJärsnäs Church (Swedish: Järsnäs kyrka) is a church building in Järsnäs in Sweden. It belongs to Lekeryd Parish of the Church of Sweden. The church has a tradition dated back to the Middle Age, and was rebuilt in 1905.Show on map
Ljungarums KyrkaLjungarum Church (Swedish: Ljungarums kyrka) is a church building in Jönköping in Sweden. It belongs to Jönköping Christina-Ljungarum Parish of the Church of Sweden. The building dates back to the 13th century.Show on map
GräshagskyrkanThe Gräshagen Church (Swedish: Gräshagskyrkan) is a church building at Gräshagen in Jönköping, Sweden. Belonging to the Jönköping Sofia-Järstorp Parish of the Church of Sweden, it was opened on 1 December 1962.Show on map
ÖsterängskyrkanÖsterängen Church (Swedish: Österängskyrkan) is a church building at Österängen in Jönköping in Sweden. Belonging to the Christina-Ljungarum Parish of the Church of Sweden, it was opened on Advent Sunday 1961.Show on map
Kristine kyrkaThe Christina Church (Swedish: Kristine kyrka) is a church building in Jönköping in Sweden. Belonging to Jönköping Christina-Ljungarum Parish of the Church of Sweden, it was opened on 20 April 1673.Show on map
Norrahammars KyrkaNorrahammar Church (Swedish: Norrahammars kyrka) is a church building in Norrahammar in Sweden. It belongs to Norrahammar Parish of the Church of Sweden. Opened in 1930, it was originally a chapel.Show on map
SofiakyrkanSofia Church (Swedish: Sofiakyrkan) is a church building in Jönköping in Sweden. Belonging to Sofia-Järstorp Parish of the Church of Sweden, it was opened on 8 April 1888, on Octave of Easter.Show on map
Brandstorps KyrkaBrandstorp Church (Swedish: Brandstorps kyrka) is a wooden church building in Brandstorp in Sweden. Belonging to Brandstorp Parish of the Church of Sweden, it was built between 1694 and 1698.Show on map
Trånghalla KyrkaTrånghalla Church (Swedish: Trånghalla kyrka) is a church building in Trånghalla in Sweden. Belonging to the Bankeryd Parish of the Church of Sweden, the church was opened in 1969.Show on map
LandsjökyrkanLandsjö Church (Swedish: Landsjökyrkan) is a church building in Kaxholmen in Sweden. Belonging to the Skärstad-Ölmstad Parish of the Church of Sweden, it was opened in 1984.Show on map
Huskvarna KyrkaHuskvarna Church (Swedish: Huskvarna kyrka) is a wooden church in Huskvarna in Sweden. Belonging to Huskvarna Parish of the Church of Sweden, it was opened in June 1910.Show on map
Fiskebäcks KapellFiskebäck Chapel (Swedish: Fiskebäcks kapell) is a chapel in Fiskebäck in Sweden. Belonging to the Habo Parish of the Church of Sweden, it was opened in 1939.Show on map
Sandhems kyrkaSandhem Church (Swedish: Sandhems kyrka) is a church in Sandhem in Sweden. Belonging to Mullsjö-Sandhem Parish of the Church of Sweden, it was opened in 1841.Show on map
Bankeryds KyrkaBankeryd Church (Swedish: Bankeryds kyrka) is a church in Bankeryd in Sweden. Belonging to Bankeryd Parish of the Church of Sweden, it was opened in 1865.Show on map
TrånghallaTrånghalla is a village situated in Jönköping Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 1,251 inhabitants in 2005.Show on map
Jönköping AirportJönköping Airport (IATA: JKG, ICAO: ESGJ), called Axamo is an airport located about 8 km from Jönköping, Sweden.Show on map
StensjönStensjön is a locality situated in Nässjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 224 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Joenkoeping
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Stora MosseStore Mosse (\"Big Marsh\") is a national park in Småland in southern Sweden, located in the municipalities of Vaggeryd, Gnosjö and Värnamo. In total Store Mosse covers some 100 km2 (39 sq mi); of these, some 77 km2 (30 sq mi) were designated national park in 1983. It has the largest boggy grounds south of Lapland and is an important area for birds and provides unique habitats for other animals and plants. The park has over 40 km (25 mi) of walking trails, three cabins available for overnight stay and a large bird watching tower.Show on map
HuskvarnaånHuskvarna River (Swedish: Huskvarnaån) is a river in Småland, Sweden.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Joenkoeping
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VisingsöVisingsö is an island in the southern half of Lake Vättern in Sweden. Visingsö lies 30 kilometres (19 miles) north of the city Jönköping and 6 kilometres (3.7 miles) west of Gränna from which two car ferries connect the island. The island is 14 kilometres (8.7 miles) long and 3 kilometres (1.9 miles) wide, with a total area of 24 square kilometres (9.3 square miles). According to legend, a giant named Vist created Visingsö by throwing a lump of soil into the lake so that his wife could use it to step over the lake.Show on map
TomtabackenTomtabacken is a hill in the province of Småland, Sweden. It is situated in the southern part of the Nässjö Municipality, about 22 km southwest from Nässjö town. The summit area is quite flat, and it has a lookout tower which affords a view over the forested Småland landscape. With a height of 377 meters (1,237 ft), Tomtabacken is the highest point in Småland province and in the southern land of Götaland.Show on map
SkuruhattSkuruhatt is a steep hilltop near Skurugata in Eksjö Municipality in southern Sweden, with expansive views of the interior of Småland. Nearby a stone has been placed with the following Swedish inscription by Albert Engström. Folket som bor i dessa gårdar torde vara av renaste guld -- dessa sega magra arbetare som brottas med sin fattiga jord och segra, segra är det icke ett folk att hålla av.Albert EngströmShow on map