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Kalmar County (Kalmar län) is a county or län in southern Sweden. It borders the counties of Kronoberg, Jönköping, Blekinge and Östergötland. To the east in the Baltic Sea is the island Gotland. The counties are mainly administrative units. Geographically Kalmar County covers the eastern part in the Småland province, and the entire island of Öland.
Cities, towns & villages in Kalmar
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PårydPåryd is a locality situated in Kalmar Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 651 inhabitants in 2010. It is home to the \"Pårydsskolan\" Elementary School and an outdoor heated public pool open during the season. Behind the outdoor pool are 3 hiking (cross country skiing) trails of varying distance that are marked and lit until 10pm. The head parish church for the Karlslunda parish is located here also Show Pårydon the map
RudaRuda is a locality situated in Högsby Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 613 inhabitants in 2010. It is suffering from a steady population decline. Near Ruda there is a VLF transmitter for the Swedish Navy. Even though it is not a tower this transmitter is often mistakenly referred to as \"rudatornet\" (the Ruda tower) by locals. Show Rudaon the map
MålillaMålilla is a locality situated in Hultsfred Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 1,524 inhabitants in 2010. It is more commonly known as the temperature capital of Sweden due to the frequent records, both high and low, being set there. A Swedish record high temperature of +38°C (100.4°F) was set on June 29, 1947. This record is shared with Ultuna in Uppland. The lowest temperature recorded is −33.8 °C, one of the lowest ever recorded in southern Sweden. The legendary pop band The Beach Boys founders, the Wilson and Love families, have their roots in Målilla. Show Målillaon the map
GettlingeGettlinge is a village in the southwest portion of the island of Öland, Sweden. It is known for its impressive Viking stone ship burial ground. Gettlinge is situated on the western fringe of the Stora Alvaret, a World Heritage Site designated by UNESCO. The site is readily visible from the perimeter highway, Route 136. Gettlinge, as most prehistoric burial sites on Öland, is established on the low-lying ridge, described by Hogan as a geological formation of thickened soil in this alvar region of otherwise extremely thin soil mantle. This ridge was one of the few places on the southern part of the island that had sufficient soil depth for creation of burial mounds. Show Gettlingeon the map
AlbyAlby is a village on the Baltic Sea in the Hulterstad district at the western fringe of the Stora Alvaret. Archaeological evidence indicates this settlement to have been one of the oldest on the island of Öland, with excavations, dating to the paleolithic era, showing the presence of hunter-gatherers. The village prehistory dates to the early Stone Age when settlers from the mainland migrated across the ice bridge connecting the island via the Kalmar Strait about 6000 to 7000 BC. These early inhabitants are known in the archaeological literature as the Alby People. Show Albyon the map
TimmernabbenTimmernabben is a locality situated in Mönsterås Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 1,276 inhabitants in 2010. Nowadays it is mainly a commuter village on the Baltic coast with hardly any own industry or service. The only exceptions are the burnt almond workshop Råsnäs, the fish smokery and the ceramics factory Gabriel Keramik. Today, the marina and a smaller shipping museum are the only remnants of this seafaring past. Show Timmernabbenon the map
KalmarKalmar is a city in the southeast of Sweden, situated by the Baltic Sea. It had 36,392 inhabitants in 2010 and is the seat of Kalmar Municipality. It is also the capital of Kalmar County, which comprises 12 municipalities with a total of 236,399 inhabitants (2015). Kalmar is adjacent to the main route to the island of Öland over the Öland Bridge. Show Kalmaron the map
ByxelkrokByxelkrok is a locality situated on the northern end of Öland, Sweden. A picturesque fishing village in Böda socken, Byxelkrok has a small harbor; tourism is an important source of revenue in summer. The town, on the end of County Road 136 from Ottenby, has a hotel complex, restaurants, and camp sites. In summer, there is a ferry service to Oskarshamn on the mainland, and a boat service to Blå Jungfrun in the Kalmar Strait. Byxelkrok is also known for an annual sailing race held in September since the 1960s, a two-day race Västervik - Byxelkrok - Västervik. Show Byxelkrokon the map
EketorpEketorp is an Iron Age fort in southeastern Öland, Sweden, which was extensively reconstructed and enlarged in the Middle Ages. Throughout the ages the fortification has served a variety of somewhat differing uses: from defensive ringfort, to medieval safe haven and thence a cavalry garrison. In the 20th century it was further reconstructed to become a heavily visited tourist site and a location for re-enactment of medieval battles. Eketorp is the only one of the 19 known prehistoric fortifications on Öland that has been completely excavated, yielding a total of over 24,000 individual artifacts. The entirety of southern Öland has been designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The Eketorp fortification is often referred to as Eketorp Castle. Show Eketorpon the map
HulterstadHulterstad is a small coastal town on the southeastern part of the island of Öland, Sweden. Hulterstad is situated at the eastern fringe of the Stora Alvaret, a limestone pavement habitat which hosts a diversity of rare plants and has been designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Hulterstad is the municipal government center for this district and central records for centuries were kept at the Hulterstad Church. Significant gravefields and a Viking stone burial ship structure are located immediately south of Hulterstad. To the north is located the village of Alby, where a mesolithic village of early human settlement has been found, and to the south is the Ottenby Nature Reserve. Across the alvar to the west is the village of Gettlinge. Show Hulterstadon the map
HalltorpHalltorp is one of the earliest manor houses on the island of Öland, Sweden, dating from the 11th century AD. In early documents it is known as Hauldtorp, and it is cited as one of the early Viking settlements of Öland. In earlier times it has functioned as a royal farm associated with the Swedish Crown and was considered one of the finest hunting preserves on the island. There is a relict oak forest on the present grounds which contains numerous trees that are centuries old. Halltorp is in an area rich in history and biodiversity, and most of the island of Öland has been designated as a World Heritage Site. The site is adjacent to the perimeter highway, Route 136. Show Halltorpon the map
BödaBöda is a village (småort) in Böda socken, Borgholm Municipality, on the island of Öland, Sweden. Close to the Baltic Sea and giving access to sandy beaches, it is a popular tourist destination. Böda comprises several villages and small towns, including Kyrketorp with Böda church, Bödahamn (Böda harbor, at the southern end of Bödabukten, a bay), and Mellböda (which has a youth hostel). Bödahamn has a fishing port and marina as well as a sea rescue station. North and west of Böda is the state-owned Böda kronopark. Several camp sites are located near the white, sandy beach of Böda Sand on the Baltic sea, \"one of the island's best sandy beaches\". Show Bödaon the map
EdsbrukEdsbruk is a locality situated in Västervik Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 300 inhabitants in 2010. The community was originally named Ed. In 1670 Abraham Parment established an ironworks there, Eds Bruk, which employed a large number of the inhabitants. When postal service was established there, the post office renamed the town Edsbruk after the plant to distinguish it from another place called Ed. The ironworks closed during the economic crisis at the end of the 19th century and was replaced by a cellulose plant founded by Alfred de Maré; this closed in 1992. Show Edsbrukon the map
BorgholmBorgholm is a city and the seat of Borgholm Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 3,071 inhabitants in 2010. It is located on the island of Öland in the Baltic Sea. Borgholm is one of Sweden's historical towns with a former city status (stad). The city is best known for its once-magnificent fortress which is now ruined. Borgholm 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 Borgholmon the map
FlerohoppFlerohopp is a village situated in Nybro Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 209 inhabitants in 2005. Flerohopp grew up around the ironworks which had been founded in the town in 1725. The name Flerohopp comes from the names of the three founders of the factory: G.W. Fleetwood, G.F. Rothlieb and Caspar Dietrich Hoppenstedt. The ironworks was in use until 1880. In the same buildings the glassworks were established in 1892, which was operational until 1960. Glass was blown for laboratory work and lightbulbs. Show Flerohoppon the map
SilverdalenSilverdalen (Swedish for The Silver Valley) is a locality situated in Hultsfred Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 725 inhabitants in 2010. The Nässjö - Oskarshamn railway line passes through the settlement since 1874. It was given the name Silverdalen in 1931. Before that it was either called Hällefors or Råsa-Lönneberga. The paper mill located here was founded around 1874 and was in operation until year 2002 when M-real (which had taken over as owner in 2000) closed down its operation. Show Silverdalenon the map
GamlebyGamleby is the second largest locality situated in Västervik Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 2,775 inhabitants in 2010. It is situated about 20 km north-west of Västervik, in the area known as Tjust. Gamleby (which means \"old village\") was the original location of the town Västervik, first mentioned in 1275 (as Västervik). In 1433 Västervik moved to its present place, but a small settlement remained here. The bandy and football club Tjust IF has its home in Gamleby. Show Gamlebyon the map
FlygsforsFlygsfors is a locality situated in Nybro Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 226 inhabitants in 2010.Flygsfors Glasbruk, in Flygsfors, Sweden was founded in 1888 first producing window glass, then in 1932 began to develop lighting glass fixtures. In 1952, Flygsfors introduced multi-colored artistically designed glass, which became world famous in the manuel glass industry. In 1979, Orrefors closed the factory. At one time there were 240 employed here Show Flygsforson the map
FärjestadenFärjestaden is a locality situated in Mörbylånga Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 5,018 inhabitants in 2010. It is located in the southern part on the island of Öland and is named after the ferries that used to be the only connection to the mainland. Nowadays the car-bridge Ölandsbron connects the mainland with the island, and Färjestaden has had an impressive population increase, making it several times bigger than the town Mörbylånga. Show Färjestadenon the map
LöttorpLöttorp is a locality situated in Borgholm Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 438 inhabitants in 2010. It is connected to the church village Högby on route 136. Löttorp provides a number of services for the northern part of the municipality, since the municipality's center, Borgholm, is 40 km away. It has an elementary and middle school, a pool, a library, various shops, a medical center, and a bank. Show Löttorpon the map
LönnebergaLоnneberga is a small town in Hultsfred Municipality in the Swedish county of Kalmar County in the region of Småland. In 2000 the town had 190 inhabitants. Lоnneberga is situated around 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) north-west of Hultsfred, around 20 kilometres (12 mi) south-west of Vimmerby. Lоnneberga is mostly known from the children's books by Astrid Lindgren about Emil i Lönneberga. Show Lönnebergaon the map
OttenbyOttenby is a town on the island of Öland, Sweden, located in Ås parish, Mörbylånga Municipality in Kalmar County. Ottenby is located just north of the southern tip of Öland, over three miles south of the area's main town, Mörbylånga. Ottenby is also the name of the mansion and a royal demesne, now a nature reserve. Sweden's tallest lighthouse, Långe Jan, is just south of Ottenby. Show Ottenbyon the map
VirserumVirserum is a locality situated in Hultsfred Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 1,742 inhabitants in 2010. Prior to 1971 it was a köping. The history of Virserum goes back to the Middle Ages, and in the 1950s the town was a centre for the furniture industry.In the village of Bösebo, 10 km east of Virserum you can find evidence of settlement from 2500 B.C. Show Virserumon the map
KristvallabrunnKristvallabrunn is a locality situated in Nybro Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 246 inhabitants in 2010. It lies about 30 km from Kalmar and the nearest city is Nybro. It has several woodworking industries. The village has a preschool and a primary school. Kristvallabrunn gained popularity for its health spa in the late 19th century. Show Kristvallabrunnon the map
BöseboBösebo is a village placed 10 km east of Virserum in Hultsfred Municipality, Kalmar County, Småland, Sweden. It is placed where the three roads from Virserum, Mörlunda and Fågelfors are crossing. Bösebo is old, and there are marks of a settlement 2500 B.C. In the area around the village, Stone age graves and a stone cists has been found. Show Böseboon the map
EriksöreEriksöre is a village located on the island of Öland, Sweden. It is also part of the annual harvest festival on the island. The village is located about 3 miles (5 km) away from the next town, Färjestaden, right at the foot of Ölandsbron. The major street, on which Eriksöre lies, is about 300 metres (980 ft) long. Show Eriksöreon the map
MönsteråsMönsterås is a locality and the seat of Mönsterås Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 6,352 inhabitants in 2012. Mönsterås is associated with the Swedish poet Carl Boberg, particularly his 1885 writing of the lyrics for the eminent hymn \"O Store Gud\" (or \"How Great Thou Art\" by its common English title). Show Mönsteråson the map
HögsbyHögsby is a locality and the seat of Högsby Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 1,881 inhabitants in 2010.Other \"big\" places in the Högsby Municipality are: Långemåla, Fågelfors, Berga and Fagerhult. None of these have more than 500 inhabitants. Långemåla is probably the smallest of the mentioned. Show Högsbyon the map
NabbelundNabbelund is a village in Böda socken, in the Borgholm Municipality of Öland, Sweden. Located on the western shore of the Grankullaviken bay, just south of the lighthouse Långe Erik and north of the village Grankullavik, it was formerly an important shipping port for timber. Show Nabbelundon the map
MörlundaMörlunda is a locality situated in Hultsfred Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 838 inhabitants in 2010. It gave its name to a community in Greenbrier County, West Virginia. The name means \"wooded marsh\", a fitting description for its surroundings. Show Mörlundaon the map
GrankullavikGrankullavik is a village on the Grankullaviken bay in the north of Öland, Sweden, in the Böda socken, Borgholm Municipality. From 2007 to 2009, Destination Gotland operated a ferry in the summers from Grankullavik to Visby. Show Grankullavikon the map
GullringenGullringen is a locality situated in Vimmerby Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 541 inhabitants in 2010. Gullringen is best known for its football team, Gullringens GoIF, and the house maker, Gullringshus. Show Gullringenon the map
StorebroStorebro is a locality situated in Vimmerby Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 972 inhabitants in 2010. Internationally it is best known for being the home of yacht maker Storebro Bruks AB. Show Storebroon the map
AlgutsrumAlgutsrum is a locality situated in Mörbylånga Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 532 inhabitants in 2010. Algutsrum Hundred (Swedish: Algutsrums härad) was a hundred of Öland in Sweden. Show Algutsrumon the map
VedbormVedborm is a small village or hamlet (depending on the definition) in the Borgholm Municipality of the island Öland, Sweden. Population (as of 2000): 63. At Vedborm is Vedborms Träsk situated. Show Vedbormon the map
JohansforsJohansfors is a locality situated in Emmaboda Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 409 inhabitants in 2010. The Johansfors Glasbruk was a long established and well regarded glass maker, now closed. Show Johansforson the map
StensjöStensjö by is a small village located about 10 kilometers north of Oskarshamn in Sweden. The village and the surrounding landscape are well preserved from the 18th and 19th century. Show Stensjöon the map
BjörkvikenBjörkviken is a locality situated in Borgholm Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 208 inhabitants in 2010. Supposedly, at 11.01 hectares, it is the smallest town in Sweden. Show Björkvikenon the map
Stora OknöOknö is an island outside Mönsterås, Sweden, and the name of the only town located on the island. The \"Sleeping Beauty of Oknö\" Karolina Olsson was born and lived on the island. Show Stora Oknöon the map
TribergaTriberga is a village on the island of Öland in the kingdom of Sweden. For many years Triberga has been investigated for its unusual flora and fauna including littoral species. Show Tribergaon the map
EkenäsEkenäs is a village in Kalmar Municipality, Sweden, situated on Kalmar Sound east of European route E22. It is the site of two traditional shipyards and a small yacht harbour. Show Ekenäson the map
BäckeboBäckebo is a locality situated in Nybro Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 219 inhabitants in 2010.Known for the Bäckebo rocket, a German V-2 rocket that went astray. Show Bäckeboon the map
HultsfredHultsfred is a locality and the seat of Hultsfred Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 5,143 inhabitants in 2010. It is best known for the Hultsfred Festival. Show Hultsfredon the map
FårboFårbo is a locality situated in Oskarshamn Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 517 inhabitants in 2010. Idol participant Mollie Lindén was born in Fårbo. Show Fårboon the map
VissefjärdaVissefjärda is a locality situated in Emmaboda Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 670 inhabitants in 2010. Vissefjärda is also the name of the parish. Show Vissefjärdaon the map
EmsforsEmsfors is a bimunicipal locality situated in Oskarshamn Municipality and Mönsterås Municipality in Kalmar County, Sweden with 332 inhabitants in 2010. Show Emsforson the map
DragDrag (or Söregärde och Drag) is a locality situated in Kalmar Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 274 inhabitants in 2010. Show Dragon the map
OskarshamnOskarshamn is a coastal city and the seat of Oskarshamn Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 17,258 inhabitants in 2010. Show Oskarshamnon the map
EmmabodaEmmaboda is a locality and the seat of Emmaboda Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden. It had 4,824 inhabitants in 2010. Show Emmabodaon the map
GunneboGunnebo is a locality situated in Västervik Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden. In 2010 Gunnebo had 938 inhabitants. Show Gunneboon the map
PåskallavikPåskallavik is a locality situated in Oskarshamn Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 1,083 inhabitants in 2010. Show Påskallavikon the map
BlomstermålaBlomstermåla is a locality situated in Mönsterås Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 1,527 inhabitants in 2010. Show Blomstermålaon the map
VästervikVästervik is a city and the seat of Västervik Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 21,140 inhabitants in 2010. Västervik is one of three coastal towns with a notable population size in the province of Småland, with Kalmar County being the only coastal county in the province. Show Västervikon the map
LoftahammarLoftahammar is a locality situated in Västervik Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 404 inhabitants in 2010. Show Loftahammaron the map
AnkarsrumAnkarsrum is a locality situated in Västervik Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 1,254 inhabitants in 2010. Show Ankarsrumon the map
MisterhultMisterhult is a locality situated in Oskarshamn Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 203 inhabitants in 2010. Show Misterhulton the map
RinkabyholmRinkabyholm is a locality situated in Kalmar Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 1,607 inhabitants in 2010. Show Rinkabyholmon the map
PiperskärrPiperskärr is a locality situated in Västervik Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 551 inhabitants in 2010. Show Piperskärron the map
LjungbyholmLjungbyholm is a locality situated in Kalmar Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 1,604 inhabitants in 2010. Show Ljungbyholmon the map
KristdalaKristdala is a locality situated in Oskarshamn Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 945 inhabitants in 2010. Show Kristdalaon the map
JärnforsenJärnforsen is a locality situated in Hultsfred Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 489 inhabitants in 2010. Show Järnforsenon the map
DegerhamnDegerhamn is a locality situated in Mörbylånga Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 331 inhabitants in 2010. Show Degerhamnon the map
ArontorpArontorp is a locality situated in Mörbylånga Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 233 inhabitants in 2010. Show Arontorpon the map
TorsåsTorsås is a locality and the seat of Torsås Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 1,848 inhabitants in 2010. Show Torsåson the map
VimmerbyVimmerby is a city and the seat of Vimmerby Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 7,934 inhabitants in 2010. Show Vimmerbyon the map
VicklebyVickleby is a locality situated in Mörbylånga Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 320 inhabitants in 2010. Show Vicklebyon the map
KastlösaKastlösa is a locality situated in Mörbylånga Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 201 inhabitants in 2010. Show Kastlösaon the map
FigeholmFigeholm is a locality situated in Oskarshamn Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 743 inhabitants in 2010. Show Figeholmon the map
RosenforsRosenfors is a locality situated in Hultsfred Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 281 inhabitants in 2010. Show Rosenforson the map
Södra ViSödra Vi is a locality situated in Vimmerby Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 1,182 inhabitants in 2010. Show Södra Vion the map
SaltvikSaltvik is a locality situated in Oskarshamn Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 352 inhabitants in 2010. Show Saltvikon the map
SkogsbySkogsby is a locality situated in Mörbylånga Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 569 inhabitants in 2010. Show Skogsbyon the map
ÖverumÖverum is a locality situated in Västervik Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 1,203 inhabitants in 2010. Show Överumon the map
TrekantenTrekanten is a locality situated in Kalmar Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 1,422 inhabitants in 2010. Show Trekantenon the map
EriksmålaEriksmåla is a locality situated in Emmaboda Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 231 inhabitants in 2010. Show Eriksmålaon the map
FliserydFliseryd is a locality situated in Mönsterås Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 677 inhabitants in 2010. Show Fliserydon the map
BockaraBockara is a village situated in Oskarshamn Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 316 inhabitants in 2010. Show Bockaraon the map
GårdbyGårdby is a locality situated in Mörbylånga Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 257 inhabitants in 2010. Show Gårdbyon the map
FrödingeFrödinge is a locality situated in Vimmerby Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 383 inhabitants in 2010. Show Frödingeon the map
LångasjöLångasjö is a locality situated in Emmaboda Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 348 inhabitants in 2010. Show Långasjöon the map
VassmolösaVassmolösa is a locality situated in Kalmar Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 535 inhabitants in 2010. Show Vassmolösaon the map
HjortedHjorted is a locality situated in Västervik Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 324 inhabitants in 2010. Show Hjortedon the map
LindsdalLindsdal is a locality situated in Kalmar Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 5,510 inhabitants in 2010. Show Lindsdalon the map
SöderåkraSöderåkra is a locality situated in Torsås Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 912 inhabitants in 2010. Show Söderåkraon the map
BergkvaraBergkvara is a locality situated in Torsås Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 940 inhabitants in 2010. Show Bergkvaraon the map
ToteboTotebo is a locality situated in Västervik Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 239 inhabitants in 2010. Show Toteboon the map
FågelforsFågelfors is a locality situated in Högsby Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 424 inhabitants in 2010. Show Fågelforson the map
HalltorpHalltorp is a locality situated in Kalmar Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 266 inhabitants in 2010. Show Halltorpon the map
TvärskogTvärskog is a locality situated in Kalmar Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 404 inhabitants in 2010. Show Tvärskogon the map
AlmvikAlmvik is a village situated in Västervik Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 202 inhabitants in 2005. Show Almvikon the map
AlsterbroAlsterbro is a locality situated in Nybro Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 422 inhabitants in 2010. Show Alsterbroon the map
SmedbySmedby is a locality situated in Kalmar Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 3,487 inhabitants in 2010. Show Smedbyon the map
RocknebyRockneby is a locality situated in Kalmar Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 869 inhabitants in 2010. Show Rocknebyon the map
RällaRälla is a locality situated in Borgholm Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 407 inhabitants in 2010. Show Rällaon the map
OrreforsOrrefors is a locality situated in Nybro Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 719 inhabitants in 2010. Show Orreforson the map
ÅlemÅlem is a locality situated in Mönsterås Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 803 inhabitants in 2010. Show Ålemon the map
NybroNybro is a city and the seat of Nybro Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 12,810 inhabitants in 2010. Show Nybroon the map
MåleråsMålerås is a locality situated in Nybro Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 211 inhabitants in 2010. Show Måleråson the map
BergaBerga is a locality situated in Högsby Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 724 inhabitants in 2010. Show Bergaon the map
ÖrsjöÖrsjö is a locality situated in Nybro Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 369 inhabitants in 2010. Show Örsjöon the map
DunöDunö is a locality situated in Kalmar Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 384 inhabitants in 2010. Show Dunöon the map
VörehultVörehult is a small village in Kalmar Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden. It has 9 inhabitants. Show Vörehulton the map
HultaHulta is a settlement in Kalmar County, Sweden. Show Hultaon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Kalmar
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Mörbylånga KommunMörbylånga Municipality (Mörbylånga kommun) is a municipality in Kalmar County, in south-eastern Sweden, located on the island of Öland in the Baltic Sea. The seat is located in the town of Mörbylånga, while the largest town is Färjestaden. The present municipality, making up the southern part of Öland, was formed in 1974. The eighteen original entities (as of 1863) had during the nationwide subdivision reform of 1952 been regrouped into three larger units. Ottenby was amalgamated with Mörbylånga in 1967 and 1974 Torslunda was added.Show on map
KöpingsvikKöpingsvik is a locality situated in Borgholm Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 599 inhabitants in 2010. It is located about 4 km east of the city of Borgholm on the island Öland. Köpingsvik is known as a tourist center, offering large and modern camping sites. Nearby are the historic sites of Borgholm Castle and Halltorps Estate. Köping faded away around 1200, and Kalmar took over as the most important harbour town in south-eastern Sweden. Panorama over Köpingsviks beach PanoramaShow on map
Mönsterås KommunMönsterås Municipality (Mönsterås kommun) is a municipality in Kalmar County, south-eastern Sweden, with its seat located in the town Mönsterås. Mönsterås was an original market town köping, which in 1952 was united with the rural municipality by the same name. By the local government reform of 1971 it became a municipality of unitary type and amalgamated with Fliseryd and Ålem in 1974.Show on map
Torsås KommunTorsås Municipality (Torsås kommun, Torsås meaning \"Thor's ridge\") is the southernmost municipality of Kalmar County, Sweden. Its seat is located in the town Torsås. The present municipality was created in 1971, when \"old\" Torsås was merged with Söderåkra. The geography consists mainly of forests, not uncommon in Småland province. Located by the Baltic Sea, it has been somewhat cultivated too and there are some plains.Show on map
Nybro KommunNybro Municipality (Nybro kommun) is a municipality in Kalmar County, south-eastern Sweden, with its seat in the town Nybro. The amalgamation of the City of Nybro (instituted in 1932) with its surrounding municipalities took place in 1969. Nybro Municipality is in the eastern part of the \"Kingdom of Crystal\" area (Swedish: Glasriket), that covers a total of four municipalities.Show on map
Oskarshamns KommunOskarshamn Municipality (Oskarshamns kommun) is a municipality in Kalmar County in south-eastern Sweden, where the city Oskarshamn is seat. The amalgamations in the present municipality took place in 1967 when three rural minicipalities joined the City of Oskarshamn, which was transformed into a municipality of unitary type in 1971.Show on map
Borgholms KommunBorgholm Municipality (Borgholms kommun) is a municipality in Kalmar County, south-eastern Sweden, constituting the northern half of the island of Öland in the Baltic Sea. The municipal seat is located in the city of Borgholm. Notable historic sites in this municipality are Borgholm Castle and Halltorps Estate. The local government reform in the 1970s saw the creation of two municipalities on the island of Öland. Borgholm Municipality is the northern of the two and consists of sixteen original (pre-1952) entities. The southern half of the island is made up of Mörbylånga Municipality.Show on map
Högsby KommunHögsby Municipality (Swedish: Högsby kommun) is a municipality in Kalmar County, south-eastern Sweden. Its seat is located in the town Högsby. The latest nationwide subdivision reform in Sweden was centred on the year 1971. In this area the amalgamation took place already in 1969 when Fagerhult joined Högsby. The municipality has the smallest population of the municipalities of Kalmar County. The population increase has been insignificant - in 1908 the parish had some 5,000 inhabitants. The municipality itself was created with the Swedish municipal reform in 1971.Show on map
GamlebyGamleby is the second largest locality situated in Västervik Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 2,775 inhabitants in 2010. It is situated about 20 km north-west of Västervik, in the area known as Tjust. Gamleby (which means \"old village\") was the original location of the town Västervik, first mentioned in 1275 (as Västervik). In 1433 Västervik moved to its present place, but a small settlement remained here. The bandy and football club Tjust IF has its home in Gamleby.Show on map
Hultsfreds KommunHultsfred Municipality (Hultsfreds kommun) is a municipality in Kalmar County, in south-eastern Sweden. The seat is in the town of Hultsfred. The present municipality was created in 1971 through the amalgamation of the market town (köping) of Hultsfred (instituted in 1927) with a number of surrounding municipalities. In 1863 there were eight entities in the area. Hultsfred is known as the site of a major rock festival in Sweden, the Hultsfred Festival.Show on map
Vimmerby KommunVimmerby Municipality (Vimmerby kommun) is a municipality in Kalmar County, south-eastern Sweden. Its seat is located in the city of Vimmerby. Stångån is a small river running through the municipality. The municipality was created by the local government reform of 1971, when the City of Vimmerby was amalgamated with the surrounding rural municipalities to form an entity of unitary type.Show on map
VirserumVirserum is a locality situated in Hultsfred Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 1,742 inhabitants in 2010. Prior to 1971 it was a köping. The history of Virserum goes back to the Middle Ages, and in the 1950s the town was a centre for the furniture industry.In the village of Bösebo, 10 km east of Virserum you can find evidence of settlement from 2500 B.C.Show on map
KalmarKalmar County (Kalmar län) is a county or län in southern Sweden. It borders the counties of Kronoberg, Jönköping, Blekinge and Östergötland. To the east in the Baltic Sea is the island Gotland. The counties are mainly administrative units. Geographically Kalmar County covers the eastern part in the Småland province, and the entire island of Öland.Show on map
Kalmar KommunKalmar Municipality (Kalmar kommun) is a municipality in Kalmar County, southeastern Sweden. The city of Kalmar is the municipal seat. The present municipality was created in 1971, when the City of Kalmar was amalgamated with five surrounding rural municipalities. The municipality consists of fifteen original local government units.Show on map
Emmaboda KommunEmmaboda Municipality (Emmaboda kommun) is a municipality in Kalmar County, in south-eastern Sweden. Its seat is located in the town Emmaboda. The present municipality was formed in 1971, when the market town (köping) of Emmaboda (itself instituted in 1930) was amalgamated with three surrounding rural municipalities.Show on map
MönsteråsMönsterås is a locality and the seat of Mönsterås Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 6,352 inhabitants in 2012. Mönsterås is associated with the Swedish poet Carl Boberg, particularly his 1885 writing of the lyrics for the eminent hymn \"O Store Gud\" (or \"How Great Thou Art\" by its common English title).Show on map
HögsbyHögsby is a locality and the seat of Högsby Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 1,881 inhabitants in 2010.Other \"big\" places in the Högsby Municipality are: Långemåla, Fågelfors, Berga and Fagerhult. None of these have more than 500 inhabitants. Långemåla is probably the smallest of the mentioned.Show on map
Västerviks KommunVästervik Municipality (Swedish: Västerviks kommun) is a municipality in Kalmar County, south-eastern Sweden, with its seat in the city of Västervik. The present municipality was created in 1971, when the former City of Västervik was amalgamated with eight surrounding rural municipalities.Show on map
AlgutsrumAlgutsrum is a locality situated in Mörbylånga Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 532 inhabitants in 2010. Algutsrum Hundred (Swedish: Algutsrums härad) was a hundred of Öland in Sweden.Show on map
BäckeboBäckebo is a locality situated in Nybro Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 219 inhabitants in 2010.Known for the Bäckebo rocket, a German V-2 rocket that went astray.Show on map
HultsfredHultsfred is a locality and the seat of Hultsfred Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 5,143 inhabitants in 2010. It is best known for the Hultsfred Festival.Show on map
Algutsboda sockenAlgutsboda is a community in Kalmar County, Sweden.Author Vilhelm Moberg (1898-1973) was born and grew up in Algutsboda, which is in the region called Småland.Show on map
VissefjärdaVissefjärda is a locality situated in Emmaboda Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 670 inhabitants in 2010. Vissefjärda is also the name of the parish.Show on map
EmmabodaEmmaboda is a locality and the seat of Emmaboda Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden. It had 4,824 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
HällebergaHällberga is a locality situated in Eskilstuna Municipality, Södermanland County, Sweden with 612 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
LoftahammarLoftahammar is a locality situated in Västervik Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 404 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
KristdalaKristdala is a locality situated in Oskarshamn Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 945 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
TorsåsTorsås is a locality and the seat of Torsås Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 1,848 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
ÖverumÖverum is a locality situated in Västervik Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 1,203 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
FliserydFliseryd is a locality situated in Mönsterås Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 677 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
FrödingeFrödinge is a locality situated in Vimmerby Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 383 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
LångasjöLångasjö is a locality situated in Emmaboda Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 348 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
SöderåkraSöderåkra is a locality situated in Torsås Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 912 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
VenaVena is a locality situated in Hultsfred Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 367 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
ÅlemÅlem is a locality situated in Mönsterås Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 803 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
HagbyHagby is a locality situated in Kalmar Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 689 inhabitants in 2010. Hagby Church that lies in Hagby is one of only eight medieval round churches in Sweden.Show on map
ÖrsjöÖrsjö is a locality situated in Nybro Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 369 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
Different buildings in Kalmar
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Kalmar domkyrkaKalmar Cathedral (Swedish: Kalmar domkyrka) is in the city of Kalmar in Småland in southeast Sweden, situated on the Baltic Sea. The new city of Kalmar was built on Kvarnholmen island in the mid-17th century. The transfer from the old town was largely completed by 1658. The new, fortified town was planned along Renaissance ideals. Accordingly, the church and town hall were constructed across from one another in Stortorget Kalmar, the old town square. The cathedral was designed by Nicodemus Tessin the Elder and is one of the foremost examples of classical baroque architecture that was a breakthrough in Sweden. The design of Kalmar Cathedral reflects the complexities of modernisation, maintaining liturgical utility and tradition, and being mindful of the fortress-city requirements. ConstructShow on map
ÖlandsbronThe Öland Bridge (Swedish: Ölandsbron) is a road bridge connecting Kalmar on mainland Sweden to Färjestaden on the island of Öland to its east. At 6,072 meters (19,921 ft) long, it is one of the longest in all of Europe (the longest one until completion of Vasco da Gama Bridge in 1998). It is supported by 156 pillars, and has a characteristic hump at its western end which was created to provide a vertical clearance of 36 m for shipping.Show on map
Högby LighthouseHögby Lighthouse is a Swedish lightstation. The lighthouse is built of iron and painted white. The design by architect Johan Höjer is unique to Sweden. The tower was exhibited at the Stockholm Exposition in 1897 before being located in Högby on a narrow peninsula. The flame ran on kerosene at first, and was updated with a gas mantle light in 1908. It was electrified in 1945 with a 1000 watt bulb and fully automated in 1967. Today the light runs with a faint 60 watt bulb, and the old rotating Fresnel lens has been replaced. The lighthouse is owned by The Swedish Maritime Administration.Show on map
Oskarshamn AirportOskarshamn Airport (Swedish: Oskarshamns flygplats) was an airport in Oskarshamn, Sweden (IATA: OSK, ICAO: ESMO). It was built in 1970 and closed in 2014. The connection with Stockholm-Arlanda was closed down on 17 April 2014. In May 2014 there was a decision by the municipality to close down the airport totally. The nearest other airport is Kalmar Airport, 75 kilometres (47 mi) from Oskarshamn. The airport is still used for some general aviation.Show on map
Norra KvillNorra Kvill is a small national park (established in 1927) near Vimmerby in Kalmar county, Småland, southeastern Sweden. A few kilometers from the park is the Rumskulla oak, Europe's largest English oak with a circumference of about 14 m (46 ft). The oak is thought to be about 1 000 years old.Show on map
Kapelludden LighthouseThe lighthouse at Kapelludden, on the east coast of the Swedish island of Öland, was built and lit in 1871. It is located in a wetland near the ruin of a 13th-century chapel, in Bredsättra socken, Borgholm Municipality. The lighthouse is 32 meters high and was built by A.T. Gellerstedt.Show on map
SollidenSolliden Palace, commonly known as just Solliden, is the summer residence of the Swedish Royal Family and the personal private property of King Carl XVI Gustaf. The palace is situated near the Borgholm Castle ruin on the island of Öland in southern Sweden along its Baltic coast.Show on map
Kalmar AirportKalmar Airport (IATA: KLR, ICAO: ESMQ) is an airport in southeastern Sweden. The airport is located only some 5 kilometers west of downtown Kalmar. The airfield was originally the home of the Swedish Air Force wing F 12 Kalmar. It is owned and operated by Kalmar Municipality.Show on map
Hultsfred AirportHultsfred Airport is a regional airport in Hultsfred Municipality, Sweden, about 5 km north of the town of Hultsfred. Currently there is no scheduled traffic to/from the airport. It is however used by a local aviation club.Show on map
Bredsättra KyrkaBredsättra Church (Swedish: Bredsättra kyrka) is a Lutheran church in Bredsättra socken on the Swedish island Öland, in the Baltic Sea. It belongs to the Diocese of Växjö.Show on map
Böda KyrkaBöda Church (Swedish: Böda kyrka) is a Lutheran church in Böda socken on the Swedish island Öland, in the Baltic Sea. It belongs to the Diocese of Växjö.Show on map
Gärdslösa kyrkaGärdslösa Church (Swedish: Gärdslösa kyrka) is a Lutheran church on the Swedish island Öland, in the Baltic Sea. It belongs to the Diocese of Växjö.Show on map
LäckebyLäckeby is a locality situated in Kalmar Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 847 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
Kalmar SlottKalmar Castle (Swedish: Kalmar slott) is a castle in the city Kalmar in the province of Småland in Sweden.Show on map
GråborgGråborg is a castle in Öland, Sweden.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Kalmar
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GrankullavikenGrankullaviken (or Grankullavik) is a shallow bay at the northern tip of Öland, Sweden, located in Böda socken, Borgholm Municipality. The bay is almost completely enclosed by two headlands and a few small shoal islands (Stora grundet, Borren, and Lilla grundet). Grankullavik is also the name of a village on the bay. The lighthouse Långe Erik on the Stora grundet island is officially named Ölands norra udde (Öland's northernmost point), even though the western headland extends a bit further north than the island upon which it stands. The eastern headland is the site of the windswept forest and nature reserve Trollskogen.Show on map
EmånEmån is a stream in southern Sweden, rising just north of Bodafors in the highlands of Småland and running approximately 220 kilometers to the Baltic Sea just south of Oskarshamn. Emån is popular among canoeists, as it is easily navigated and provides opportunities to experience Swedish flora and fauna up close. Emån is the home to more than 30 species of fish and is prized among fishermen for its trout. Noteworthy settlements along the stream include Holsbybrunn, Kvillsfors, Målilla and Högsby.Show on map
KalmarsundThe Kalmar Strait, Kalmarsund, is a strait in the Baltic Sea, located between the Swedish island of Öland and the province of Småland of the Swedish mainland. The strait is about 130 kilometres (81 mi) long and between 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) and 25 kilometres (16 mi) in width. There is a road bridge across the strait, the Öland bridge.Show on map
HornsjönHornsjön, also known as Hornsviken, is the largest lake on the island of Öland, Sweden. Located in Högby socken near Löttorp, it has a surface area of around 2 square kilometer and a maximum depth of 4 meter. The lake lies in Horns Kungsgård, one of the protected areas in the Natura 2000 network.Show on map
SnärjebäckenSnärjebäcken is a river in Sweden.Show on map
VindånVindån is a river in Sweden.Show on map
VirånVirån is a river in Sweden.Show on map
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Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Kalmar
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Blå JungfrunBlå Jungfrun (\"[the] blue virgin\" or \"[the] blue maid[en]\"), or \"Blåkulla\" (\"Blockula\"), is a Swedish island in the Baltic Sea. It is situated in the Kalmar Strait, between the mainland province of Småland and the island province of Öland. Administratively, the uninhabited island is part of the municipality of Oskarshamn and covers an area of approximately 0.7 km2 (0.27 sq mi) with a mean height above sea level of 86 m (282 ft). Home to black guillemots and a Swedish National Park since 1926, freedom to roam at Blå Jungfrun is limited with visitors prohibited from staying overnight on the island or making fires.Show on map
Stora AlvaretStora Alvaret (Swedish: [ˈstuːra ²alvarɛt], The Great Alvar) is a limestone barren plain on the island of Öland, Sweden. Because of the thin soil mantle and high pH levels, a great assortment of vegetation is found including numerous rare species. Stora Alvaret has been designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO due to its extraordinary biodiversity and prehistory. The area of this formation exceeds 260 square kilometres (100 sq mi), making it the largest such expanse in Europe and comprising over one fourth of the land area of the island. Stora Alvaret is not devoid of trees, contrary to a common misconception; in fact, it holds a variety of sparse stunted trees akin to a pygmy forest. Stora Alvaret is a dagger shaped expanse almost 40 kilometres (25 mi) long and about 10 kilometres (6Show on map
KapelluddenKapelludden is a wetland on the east coast of the island of Öland, Sweden, some four kilometers from the village of Bredsättra in Bredsättra socken, Borgholm Municipality. The area is rich in birdlife, and has important cultural remains (including the ruins of Saint Birgitta's chapel) and a functioning Kapelludden lighthouse.Show on map
ÖlandÖland (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈøːland] (13px listen)) is the second largest Swedish island and the smallest of the traditional provinces of Sweden. Öland has an area of 1,342 square kilometres (518 square miles) and is located in the Baltic Sea just off the coast of Småland. The island has 25,000 inhabitants. It is separated from the mainland by the Kalmar Strait and connected to it by the 6-km Öland Bridge, which opened on 30 September 1972.Show on map
TjustTjust was one of the small lands of Småland, Sweden. It was divided into the hundreds of Tjust Northern Hundred and Tjust Southern Hundred. It corresponds to Västervik Municipality and the southern part of Valdemarsvik Municipality.Show on map
BoholmarnaBoholmarna is a locality situated in Kalmar Municipality, Kalmar County, Sweden with 297 inhabitants in 2010. It consists of several islands.Show on map
FuröFurö is an island located in the Baltic Sea five nautical miles (about 6 miles) off the east coast of Oskarshamn in Sweden.Show on map
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