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Basic information about Norrbotten
Norrbotten (English meaning: North Bothnia) is a Swedish province (landskap) in northernmost Sweden. It borders south to Västerbotten, west to Swedish Lapland, and east to Finland.
Cities, towns & villages in Norrbotten
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MalmbergetMalmberget (\"The Ore Mountain\") is a locality and mining town situated in Gällivare Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 5,590 inhabitants in 2010. It is situated 5 kilometres from the municipal seat Gällivare. Show Malmbergeton the map
PorjusPorjus is a locality situated in Jokkmokk Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 328 inhabitants in 2010. Geographically it is situated by the shores of Lule River at 499 meter height. Porjus is known for having one of the oldest hydropower plants in Sweden (Porjus kraftverk - Porjus hydroelectric power station), built 1910-1915. The power plant was built to deliver electricity to the building of the railroad between Luleå and Narvik, where the mining industry shipped iron ore. Show Porjuson the map
KaresuandoKaresuando (Finnish: Kaaresuvanto or Karesuvanto, Sami: Karesuanto, Gárasavvon or Karasavvon) is the northernmost locality in Sweden. It is situated in Kiruna Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden, with 303 inhabitants in 2010 and 350 in 2011. It is a church village of Sweden, located at the Muonio River on the border with Finland. Karesuando is the northernmost point on European route E45. Show Karesuandoon the map
GällivareGällivare (Finnish: Jällivaara, Northern Sami: Jiellevárri or Váhčir, Meänkieli: Jellivaara) is a locality and the seat of Gällivare Municipality in Norrbotten County, province of Lapland, Sweden with 8,449 inhabitants in 2010. The town was founded in the 17th century. Together with nearby towns Malmberget and Koskullskulle it forms a conurbation with some 15,000 inhabitants. This conurbation is the second northernmost significant urban area of Sweden after Kiruna. Gällivare is the central place for the Firstborn Laestadian movement. It was the host town for the 2008 VIVA World Cup. Show Gällivareon the map
VidselVidsel is a locality situated in Älvsbyn Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 533 inhabitants in 2010. It is situated about 900 km north of Stockholm, Sweden, in the Arctic Circle; Perhaps its earliest history is as a seasonal settlement, but permanent inhabitants have lived here since the 19th century. The site has been a test area for most Swedish flight developments, including Draken, Viggen and Gripen. Show Vidselon the map
HaradsHarads is a locality situated in Boden Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden, approximately 50 kilometers (31 miles) south of the Arctic Circle, with 501 inhabitants in 2010. It is the main village in the parish of Edefors. Show Haradson the map
NikkaluoktaNikkaluokta is a Swedish Sami village in Norrbotten County. The village belongs to Gällivare Municipality, bordering Kiruna Municipality, the closest urban area some 60 kilometers away. In its vicinity lie the areas of two Sami communities, Laevas and Girjas, who still herd semi-domesticated reindeer in the region. \n* Aerial view of Nikkaluokta from nearby height \n* The chapel \n* The tarmac road leading into Nikkaluokta \n* The same road in winter Show Nikkaluoktaon the map
KirunaKiruna (Northern Sami: Giron, Finnish: Kiiruna) is the northernmost town in Sweden, situated in the province of Lapland. It had 18,148 inhabitants in 2010 and is the seat of Kiruna Municipality (population: 23,099 in 2008) in Norrbotten County. Esrange Space Center was established in Kiruna in the 1960s. Also in Kiruna are the Institute of Space Physics and the Department of Space Science belonging to Luleå University of Technology. Show Kirunaon the map
HaparandaHaparanda (Finnish: Haaparanta, meaning aspen beach) is a locality and the seat of Haparanda Municipality in Norrbotten County, Sweden. It is adjacent to Tornio, Finland. Haparanda had a population of 4,856 in 2010, of out of a municipal total of 10,200 inhabitants. The municipality itself, on the other hand, uses the term Haparanda stad (City of Haparanda) not only for the town itself, but for its whole territory (927 km2 or 358 sq mi). At 24° 8' E, Haparanda is Sweden's easternmost settlement. Show Haparandaon the map
KärendöjärviKeräntöjärvi is a small settler village in the northern part of Pajala Municipality, Sweden. The village is positioned about 30 kilometres north of Kangos, and was founded about 1810 by Johan Hansson Nilimaa, also known as \"Holman Jussa\", from the village of Lovika. The village achieved some notability due to a theatre play performed by the Kiruna theatrical company. Its title was Frieriet i Kerändöjärvi (\"The marriage proposal in Kerändöjärvi\"), and was directed by Ulla Lyttkens. The play was widely appreciated, and was played at various locations in Norrbotten County, in the rest of Sweden, and at a Theatre Festival in Turkey. Show Kärendöjärvion the map
GammelstadGammelstad Church Town (Swedish: Gammelstads kyrkstad) is a UNESCO World Heritage Site situated in Gammelstaden near the city of Luleå, Sweden, at the northern end of the Gulf of Bothnia. It is the best preserved example of a type of town that was once widespread throughout northern Scandinavia. As Church Village of Gammelstad, Luleå, it was listed as a World Heritage Site in 1996. Show Gammelstadon the map
RiksgränsenRiksgränsen, The National Border in Swedish, is a ski-resort in Kiruna Municipality, Lappland, Sweden, 200 km north of the Arctic Circle. The skiing season is from February to June. From end of May the lifts operate under the midnight sun. Show Riksgränsenon the map
EsrangeEsrange Space Center (short form Esrange) is a rocket range and research centre located outside the town of Kiruna in northern Sweden. It is a base for scientific research with high altitude balloons, investigation of the aurora borealis, sounding rocket launches, and satellite tracking, among other things. Located 200 km north of the Arctic Circle and surrounded by a vast wilderness, its geographic location is ideal for many of these purposes. Show Esrangeon the map
SvappavaaraSvappavaara is a locality situated in Kiruna Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 417 inhabitants in 2010. It is a mining village. Mining was started around 1650. Large scale iron mining started in 1965. The mine was closed in 1983, but enrichment of iron ore from the mine at Kiruna is still going on. The mine is owned by LKAB, and there is an ongoing project to open it again for production around year 2015. Show Svappavaaraon the map
ArvidsjaurArvidsjaur (Northern Sami: Árviesjávrrie) is a locality and the seat of Arvidsjaur Municipality in Norrbotten County, province of Lapland, Sweden with 4,635 inhabitants in 2010. Arvidsjaur is a center for the European car industry. During the winter months, major car-manufacturers perform arctic trials in the Arvidsjaur Municipality. The town also fosters tourism by offering snowmobile tours, trekking, skiing, fishing and dogsled rides. If things go to plan, Arvidsjaur will be the location of the front legs of the world's biggest moose – Stoorn – a tourist attraction to be built from Arvidsjaur to Skellefteå in Västerbotten. Show Arvidsjauron the map
KarungiKarungi is a locality situated in Haparanda Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 232 inhabitants in 2010. The language most spoken in the village is Meänkieli, which the first of April 2000 officially was declared as a minority language in Sweden. Show Karungion the map
Södra SunderbynSödra Sunderbyn is a locality situated in Luleå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 2,977 inhabitants in 2010. Northeast of the community, between Highway 97 and Malmbanan (Iron Ore Line), is Sunderby hospital located, which was built in the 1990s when hospitals were merged in Luleå and Boden. The society also inhabits Sunderby Folk High School. The village is growing through the new part Hammaren almost together with Gammelstad and is regularly trafficked by city busses from Luleå public transportation. It is therefore increasingly regarded as a suburb of Luleå. Show Södra Sunderbynon the map
SuorvaSuorva or Suorvadammen (the Suorva Dam) is a small settlement situated at the southern parts of Akkajaure, in Stora Sjöfallet National Park, Sweden. The settlement can be reached by car (and bus, from Gällivare). It consists of a few houses and a dam operated by Vattenfall, which regulates the flow to the hydroelectric plant in Vietas located about 5 kilometers downstream. The road over the dam is normally open for hikers (not cars) and makes for a possible route into the northern parts of Sarek National Park which does not require using a boat. Show Suorvaon the map
StorsienStorsien is a small village in Kalix Municipality in northern Sweden. It is best known for the internment camp located there where about 300–370 communists and pacifists were held during the winter of 1939–1940. The village was founded in 1798 and grew to its maximum size at the end of the 1940s with about 80 inhabitants. Today it consists of thirteen farms with a total of about twenty-five people. Mail service, with one delivery per week, was started in early 1900. Telephones were installed in 1927, and electricity in 1941. Show Storsienon the map
HarsprångetHarsprånget is a hydroelectric power station located on the Lule River in northern Sweden, just downstream of Porjus. With a power of 977 MW, it's the largest hydroelectric power station in Sweden, and also the third largest in the Nordic countries. The name means \"Hare run\" in Swedish. This was also the name of the mighty rapids there, and the name was related to the sharp turns in the rapids, a little similar to the ones a hare does when fleeing. Normal year production is around 2131 GWh. Total fall height is around 107 m. Show Harsprångeton the map
LuleåLuleå (Swedish: [ˈlʉːlɛoː] (13px listen), Lule Sami Luleju) is a city on the coast of northern Sweden, and the capital of Norrbotten County, the northernmost county in Sweden. Luleå has about 75,000 inhabitants and is the seat of Luleå Municipality (with a total population of 75,921). Luleå has the seventh biggest harbor in Sweden for shipping goods. It has a large steel industry and is a center for extensive research. Luleå University of Technology is Sweden’s first technology university and the northernmost university in Sweden. Show Luleåon the map
KurravaaraKurravaara (Northern Sami: Gurravárri) is a village 12 km north of Kiruna in Kiruna Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 57 inhabitants in 2005. It is the first (highest upstream) village on the Torne River near lake Kallojärvi at 322 meter and is also close to the Rautas River. Near the end of the 17th century, copper was found in Shangeli and a foundry was placed at what was to become Kurravaara.It is now a popular place for people who want to live close to nature but also close to Kiruna. Show Kurravaaraon the map
TjautjasTjautjas (sometimes called Čavččas or Tjautjasjaure) is a locality situated in Gällivare Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 234 inhabitants in 2010. Tjautjas is located 20 kilometers north-east of Koskullskulle and can only be reached through that village. Tjautjas hosts an annual festival each year in August called Flottkalaset, a music and cultural event featuring folk musicians from all over Sweden along with other types of performers such as acrobats, jugglers, and clowns. Show Tjautjason the map
ÖvertorneåÖvertorneå or Ylitornio is a locality and the seat of Övertorneå Municipality in Norrbotten County, Sweden with 1,917 inhabitants in 2010. It is located at the shore of the Torne River, opposite to Ylitornio (Övertorneå is Swedish for Ylitornio). Övertorneå means Upper Torneå, based on a division of the Torneå parish in two parts in the 16th century. Until the border between Sweden and Finland was drawn at the Torne River in 1809, the two villages on both sides of the river were one. Show Övertorneåon the map
JuoksengiJuoksengi is a locality situated in Övertorneå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 350 inhabitants in 2010. It is located on the Torne River, at the border with Finland, which runs through the middle of the river. On the Finnish side of the river the village Juoksenki is located. They were considered one village until the national border was drawn in 1809. The Arctic Circle runs through Juoksengi. Show Juoksengion the map
VittangiVittangi is a locality situated in Kiruna Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 784 inhabitants in 2010. The locality is very notable because it houses a cluster of people exhibiting congenital analgesia, an otherwise extremely rare condition involving the inability to feel pain.In February 1985, Vittangi recorded the coldest month ever in Scandinavia, with a mean of −27.2 °C. Show Vittangion the map
RosvikRosvik is a locality situated in Piteå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 1,735 inhabitants in 2010. Show Rosvikon the map
AapuaAapua is a village in the county of Norrbotten in Sweden. The village is situated in Övertorneå Municipality, 60 km from Pajala, and in 2000 the village had 137 inhabitants. To the south there is a lake, Aapuajärvi. In 2005 seven wind turbines were built on the mountain Etu-Aapua, which is nearby. These wind turbines are considered to be the most effective in Sweden. Show Aapuaon the map
ÄlvsbynÄlvsbyn (translates to \"the river village\") is a locality and the seat of Älvsbyn Municipality in Norrbotten County, Sweden with 4,967 inhabitants in 2010. Älvsbyn has a railway station that is served by trains running between Boden and Stockholm along the Swedish east coast. It also features a Youth Hostel with a small recreational park, including a swimming pool. Show Älvsbynon the map
ArjeplogArjeplog (Pite Sami: Árjepluovve) is a locality and the seat of Arjeplog Municipality in Norrbotten County, province of Lapland, Sweden with 1,977 inhabitants in 2010. It is a popular winter test site for the Asian and European car industries. Arjeplog has in the past offered families 100,000 kronor, or individuals 25,000 kronor to move to the town. Show Arjeplogon the map
SeittenkaariSeskarö (Finnish: Seittenkaari) is a locality situated in Haparanda Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 491 inhabitants in 2010. It is located on the island with the same name which is about 20 km2 and situated in the Haparanda Archipelago. Since 1978, it has been connected to the mainland through a bridge, via some intermediate islands. Show Seittenkaarion the map
KoskullskulleKoskullskulle is a locality situated in Gällivare Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 874 inhabitants in 2010. It was founded in 1898 when iron ore was discovered. The village got its name from Georg Adolf Koskull who was governor of Norrbotten County 1816-1821. The iron ore mine situated north of the village is called the Vitåfors mine. Show Koskullskulleon the map
KalixKalix (Kalix dialect: Kôlis, Finnish: Kainuu, Meänkieli: Kainus) is a locality and the seat of the Kalix Municipality in Norrbotten County, Sweden. The name Kalix is believed to originate from the Sami word Gáláseatnu, the ancient name of the Kalix River. It had 7,299 inhabitants in 2005, out of 17,300 inhabitants in the municipality of Kalix. Show Kalixon the map
KuttainenKuttainen is a locality situated in Kiruna Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 333 inhabitants in 2010. Kuttainen is located at the Muonio River in which border to Finland goes. On the Finnish side of the river there is a smaller village called Kuttanen. There is no bridge, but the river ice can be used by cars in the winter. Show Kuttainenon the map
NyborgNyborg is a locality situated in Kalix Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 833 inhabitants in 2010. Their bandy club is called Nyborgs SK. Nyborg was originally the name of a now disfunct saw mill, but has become used for the two villages Ytterbyn and Målsön which are sp close together that they count as one locality. Show Nyborgon the map
JäckvikJäckvik or Jäkkvik is a mountain hamlet in Arjeplog municipality on Swedish national road 95 (Silver Road). It is located near Pieljekaise National Park and about 20 km south of the Arctic Circle. Jäckvik has a lodge and a ski run. The Swedish priest Lars Levi Læstadius was born in Jäckvik. Show Jäckvikon the map
HertsönHertsön is a Swedish island in the Bothnian Bay, largely occupied by the eastern districts of the city of Luleå. Due to post-glacial rebound, the islands Svartön, Mulön, Granön and Björkön have merged with the island. The size of the island is around 73 km², making it the twelfth largest island in Sweden. Show Hertsönon the map
RautasRautas is a village in Kiruna municipality, Norrbotten, Sweden. It has (2007) 27 inhabitants.It is located at the European route E10 and Malmbanan between Kiruna and Narvik.Rautas lies on an island, Rávttassuolo, between two branches of the Rautas River.From here a snowmobile trail leads to Rautasjaure. Show Rautason the map
KvikkjokkKvikkjokk is a small village situated in Jokkmokk Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden. It is located 120 km northwest of Jokkmokk. Several hiking trails start in Kvikkjokk. Kungsleden passes through the village and it is a popular starting point for hikers going into Sarek National Park. Show Kvikkjokkon the map
LaverLaver is a ghost town located about 15 km southwest of Vidsel and 50 km west of Älvsbyn in Sweden which existed between 1936 and 1947. It was a mining community where copper was extracted. About 350 people lived there at most. The operations of the Laver mine ended on 4 November 1946. Show Laveron the map
MurjekMurjek is a village situated in Jokkmokk Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 83 inhabitants in 2005. The village is a popular train stop for hikers and tourists, as buses to Kvikkjokk go from Murjek. Kvikkjokk is a common starting point for hikes into Sarek National Park. Show Murjekon the map
BrändönBrändön is a locality situated in Luleå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 287 inhabitants in 2010.It gives its name to the island and fishing village of Brändöskär in the outer Luleå archipelago, which the people of Brändön used as a base for fishing in the summer. Show Brändönon the map
RutvikRutvik is a locality situated in Luleå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 839 inhabitants in 2010. Rutwik also 'Rutvik' is an Indian boy name which is a title for the one who possess the knowledge of all the four Vedas. Usually the high priest of a Hindu temple. Show Rutvikon the map
TarfalaTarfala Valley (Swedish: Tarfaladalen or Tarfalavagge, Northern Sami: Darfalvággi) is a valley in Kiruna Municipality, Sweden. Several glaciers flows into the valley and glaciological research has been conducted since 1946 at the Tarfala scientific station. Show Tarfalaon the map
SjisjkaSjisjka, (Swedish) also spelt Sjiska or Šišká (North Sami), is a locality in Kiruna Municipality, Sweden. It has a railway station on the Iron Ore Line 20 km south of Kiruna, between Kalixforsbron and Kaitum. The hamlet has eight buildings Show Sjisjkaon the map
PuottaurePuottaure is a small village in the southern part of Jokkmokk Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden. It had about 140 inhabitants in 1950 but has now only about 10. It has a small church. There is a bus to and from Harads. Show Puottaureon the map
PorsönPorsön is a peninsula and residential area in Luleå, Sweden. It had 5,476 inhabitants in 2010 and is home to a large number of students. Luleå University of Technology and the business park Aurorum is located in the area. Show Porsönon the map
KorpilomboloKorpilombolo is a locality situated in Pajala Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 529 inhabitants in 2010. The band Goat claim to be from this town, but they spell the town's name incorrectly on their website. Show Korpilomboloon the map
NiemiselNiemisel is a village with a population of 100 people in the north of Sweden, within Luleå Municipality. It is situated along the Råne river 60 km (35 mi) north of Luleå and 100 km (60 mi) south of the arctic circle. Show Niemiselon the map
KarlsborgKarlsborg (Kalix Language: kjalsbåri) locality situated in Kalix Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 351 inhabitants in 2010. Their bandy club Karlsborgs BK has played in the highest division. Show Karlsborgon the map
KåbdalisKåbdalis is a small locality in the Municipality of Jokkmokk, Norrbotten County, Sweden, with 91 inhabitants 2005. In the winter many tourists come to the village because of its well-known ski slope. Show Kåbdalison the map
SangisSangis is a locality situated in Kalix Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 572 inhabitants in 2010. The Sangis river runs through the village until it meets the sea a few km to the south. Show Sangison the map
PelloPello is a smaller locality in Övertorneå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden. It is located on the shore of the Torne River, opposite to Pello, Finland. The locality has a population of 160. Show Pelloon the map
VittjärvVittjärv is a locality situated in Boden Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 445 inhabitants in 2010.Vittjärv is home to sports club Vittjärvs IK, active in orienteering and football. Show Vittjärvon the map
KallaxKallax (Finnish: Kalalaksi) is a locality situated in Luleå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 321 inhabitants in 2010. Luleå Airport is situated near Kallax. Show Kallaxon the map
AbiskoAbisko (Northern Sami: Ábeskovvu) is a village in northern Sweden, roughly 250 km within the Arctic Circle, and near Abisko National Park, located 4 km west of the village. It had 85 inhabitants as of 2005. Show Abiskoon the map
PiteåPiteå is a locality and the seat of Piteå Municipality in Norrbotten County, Sweden. The town has 22,913 inhabitants, out of a municipal total of 41,000 in 2008. Show Piteåon the map
BjörkskatanBjörkskatan, often called Björx, is a residential area in Luleå, Sweden. It is located on the island of Hertsön and had 4,487 inhabitants in 2010. Show Björkskatanon the map
SmåskärenSmåskär and Finnskär are two closely neighboring islands in the northwest of the Swedish sector of the Bay of Bothnia, in the Luleå archipelago. Show Småskärenon the map
ÖverkalixÖverkalix (Finnish: Ylikainuu) is a locality and the seat of Överkalix Municipality in Norrbotten County, Sweden with 975 inhabitants in 2010. Show Överkalixon the map
BåtskärsnäsBåtskärsnäs (Kalix language: båstjinäse) is a locality situated in Kalix Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 296 inhabitants in 2010. Show Båtskärsnäson the map
GullträskGullträsk is a small village in Norrbotten, Boden, Sweden. Latitude: 21.190080° Source: Google Earth Boden Municipality Show Gullträskon the map
JunosuandoJunosuando is a locality situated in Pajala Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 322 inhabitants in 2010. It was founded in 1637. Show Junosuandoon the map
MorjärvMorjärv (Kalix language: morajärv) is a locality situated in Kalix Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 201 inhabitants in 2010. Show Morjärvon the map
Övre SvartlåÖvre Svartlå (or simply Svartlå) is a locality situated in Boden Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 201 inhabitants in 2010. Show Övre Svartlåon the map
GunnarsbynGunnarsbyn is a village located in Boden Municipality, Sweden, at Råne River, 7 miles north of Luleå and almost 45 km north of Boden. Show Gunnarsbynon the map
MuodoslompoloMuodoslompolo is a village in the county of Norrbotten in Sweden, located some 110 km north of Pajala. It had 61 inhabitants in 2010. Show Muodoslompoloon the map
ErsnäsErsnäs is a locality situated in Luleå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 292 inhabitants in 2010. It is home to Ersnäs IF. Show Ersnäson the map
RolfsRolfs (Kalix Language: rårs) is a locality situated in Kalix Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 1,061 inhabitants in 2010. Show Rolfson the map
GråträskGråträsk, village in the very most western part of Piteå kommun in the south of Norrbotten close to the lappmarksgränsen. Show Gråträskon the map
YtterbynYtterbyn is a village in Kalix Municipality in the county of Norrbotten in Sweden. It forms part of the locality Nyborg. Show Ytterbynon the map
GlommersträskGlommersträsk is a locality situated in Arvidsjaur Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 272 inhabitants in 2010. Show Glommersträskon the map
PajalaPajala is a locality and the seat of Pajala Municipality in Norrbotten County, Sweden, with 1,958 inhabitants in 2010. Show Pajalaon the map
KengisKengis is a small rural community in Pajala Municipality in northernmost Sweden, located very near the Finnish border. Show Kengison the map
VännäsbergetVännäsberget is a village situated in Överkalix Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 207 inhabitants in 2005. Show Vännäsbergeton the map
HietaniemiHedenäset is a locality situated in Övertorneå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 270 inhabitants in 2010. Show Hietaniemion the map
UllattiUllatti is a locality situated in Gällivare Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden. In 2010 it had 213 inhabitants. Show Ullattion the map
Övre SopperoÖvre Soppero is a locality situated in Kiruna Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 201 inhabitants in 2010. Show Övre Sopperoon the map
SävastSävast is a village located in Boden Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden. It had a population of 3,148 in 2010. Show Sävaston the map
SvansteinSvanstein is a village situated in Övertorneå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 207 inhabitants in 2005. Show Svansteinon the map
MoskoselMoskosel is a locality situated in Arvidsjaur Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 232 inhabitants in 2010. Show Moskoselon the map
VuollerimVuollerim is a locality situated in Jokkmokk Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 732 inhabitants in 2010. Show Vuollerimon the map
HemmingsmarkHemmingsmark is a locality situated in Piteå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 367 inhabitants in 2010. Show Hemmingsmarkon the map
SvartbynSvartbyn is a locality situated in Överkalix Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 265 inhabitants in 2010. Show Svartbynon the map
GammelgårdenGammelgården is a locality situated in Kalix Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 297 inhabitants in 2010. Show Gammelgårdenon the map
BergsvikenBergsviken is a locality situated in Piteå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 2,283 inhabitants in 2010. Show Bergsvikenon the map
BergnäsetBergnäset is a locality situated in Luleå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 3,648 inhabitants in 2010. Show Bergnäseton the map
NikkalaNikkala is a locality situated in Haparanda Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 435 inhabitants in 2010. Show Nikkalaon the map
KlöverträskKlöverträsk is a locality situated in Luleå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 246 inhabitants in 2010. Show Klöverträskon the map
KorsträskKorsträsk is a locality situated in Älvsbyn Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 323 inhabitants in 2010. Show Korsträskon the map
TallvikTallvik is a locality situated in Överkalix Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 434 inhabitants in 2010. Show Tallvikon the map
HakkasHakkas is a locality situated in Gällivare Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 365 inhabitants in 2010. Show Hakkason the map
SjulsmarkSjulsmark is a locality situated in Piteå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 350 inhabitants in 2010. Show Sjulsmarkon the map
RisögrundRisögrund is a locality situated in Kalix Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 697 inhabitants in 2010. Show Risögrundon the map
BredvikenBredviken is a locality situated in Kalix Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 365 inhabitants in 2010. Show Bredvikenon the map
HortlaxHortlax is a locality situated in Piteå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 1,248 inhabitants in 2010. Show Hortlaxon the map
KarlsvikKarlsvik is a locality situated in Luleå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 256 inhabitants in 2010. Show Karlsvikon the map
LillpiteLillpite is a locality situated in Piteå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 429 inhabitants in 2010. Show Lillpiteon the map
MåttsundMåttsund is a locality situated in Luleå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 558 inhabitants in 2010. Show Måttsundon the map
BlåsmarkBlåsmark is a locality situated in Piteå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 339 inhabitants in 2010. Show Blåsmarkon the map
RoknäsRoknäs is a locality situated in Piteå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 1,238 inhabitants in 2010. Show Roknäson the map
SvensbynSvensbyn is a locality situated in Piteå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 342 inhabitants in 2010. Show Svensbynon the map
KangosKangos is a locality situated in Pajala Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 252 inhabitants in 2010. Show Kangoson the map
BensbynBensbyn is a locality situated in Luleå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 448 inhabitants in 2010. Show Bensbynon the map
BälingeBälinge is a locality situated in Luleå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 307 inhabitants in 2010. Show Bälingeon the map
AntnäsAntnäs is a locality situated in Luleå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 822 inhabitants in 2010. Show Antnäson the map
PålängePåläng is a locality situated in Kalix Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 278 inhabitants in 2010. Show Pålängeon the map
JämtönJämtön is a locality situated in Luleå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 237 inhabitants in 2010. Show Jämtönon the map
SikforsSikfors is a village situated in Piteå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 211 inhabitants in 2005. Show Sikforson the map
UnbynUnbyn is a locality situated in Boden Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 468 inhabitants in 2010. Show Unbynon the map
JävreJävre is a locality situated in Piteå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 576 inhabitants in 2010. Show Jävreon the map
AlvikAlvik is a locality situated in Luleå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 777 inhabitants in 2010. Show Alvikon the map
BöleBöle is a locality situated in Piteå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 424 inhabitants in 2010. Show Böleon the map
AvanAvan is a locality situated in Luleå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 200 inhabitants in 2010. Show Avanon the map
KaunisvaaraKaunisvaara is a village in northern Sweden, in Pajala Municipality, 100 km north of the Arctic Circle. Show Kaunisvaaraon the map
KääntöjärviKääntöjärvi is a minor village in Gällivare Municipality in Norrbotten County, Sweden. Show Kääntöjärvion the map
MjölkuddenMjölkudden is a residential area in Luleå, Sweden. It had 3,626 inhabitants in 2010. Show Mjölkuddenon the map
SvartöstadenSvartöstaden is a residential area in Luleå, Sweden. It had 783 inhabitants in 2010. Show Svartöstadenon the map
ÖstermalmÖstermalm is a residential area in Luleå, Sweden. It had 1,226 inhabitants in 2010. Show Östermalmon the map
BergvikenBergviken is a residential area in Luleå, Sweden. It had 3,231 inhabitants in 2010. Show Bergvikenon the map
NotvikenNotviken is a residential area in Luleå, Sweden. It had 2,518 inhabitants in 2010. Show Notvikenon the map
MaaherraMaaherra is a village in Övertorneå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden. Show Maaherraon the map
MarahamnenMarahamnen is a village in Kalix Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden. Show Marahamnenon the map
Ylinen KassaYlinen Kassa is a village in the county of Norrbotten in Sweden. Show Ylinen Kassaon the map
UumaaUumaa is a village in the county of Norrbotten in Sweden. Show Uumaaon the map
UdtjaUdtja is a village in the county of Norrbotten in Sweden. Show Udtjaon the map
JokkmokkJokkmokk (Lule Sámi: Jåhkåmåhkke or Dálvvadis; Northern Sámi: Dálvvadis; Finnish: Jokimukka) is a locality and the seat of Jokkmokk Municipality in Norrbotten County, province of Lapland, Sweden with 2,786 inhabitants in 2010. The Sámi name of the place means \"River's Curve,\" due to the meandering river that runs through it. It is just north of the Arctic Circle. Jokkmokk was a transit center for Sami refugees from Norway during World War II, in addition to the center in Kjesäter. Ájtte, Svenskt fjäll- och samemuseum is the main museum for Sámi culture in Sweden. Show Jokkmokkon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Norrbotten
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Kiruna KommunKiruna Municipality (Swedish: Kiruna kommun, Finnish: Kiirunan kunta, Northern Sami: Girona gielda) is a municipality in Norrbotten County in northernmost Sweden. Its seat is located in Kiruna. It is the northernmost municipality in Sweden, and at 20,715 square kilometres (7,998 sq mi) is Sweden's geographically largest covering roughly 4.604% of its total area. Finnish, Meänkieli and Sami have the official status of being minority languages in the municipality.Show on map
Övertorneå KommunÖvertorneå Municipality (Swedish: Övertorneå kommun, Meänkieli: Matarengi, Finnish: Ylitornion kunta; sometimes also referred to as Matarengin kunta by northern Finnish press to avoid confusion with the similarly named Finnish municipality Ylitornio) is a municipality in Norrbotten County in northern Sweden, bordering Finland. Its seat is located in Övertorneå. Many places in the municipality have both a Swedish and a Finnish name, in the local dialect of Finnish known as Meänkieli, one of the minority languages of Sweden.Show on map
JukkasjärviJukkasjärvi [jʊkɑsjɛrvi] is a locality situated in Kiruna Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 548 inhabitants in 2010. It is situated at 321 meters elevation. The name is of Northern Sami origin, where Čohkkirasjávri means lake of assembly, as the area by the lake by which the village was founded was a Sami marketplace. The village got its first Finnish-speaking resident settlers in the 17th century, who changed the name into the more Finnish-sounding Jukkasjärvi, thereby removing its meaning, although järvi (jávri in Sami) still means lake in Finnish. This was also the name used by Swedish officials.Show on map
Gällivare KommunGällivare Municipality (Swedish: Gällivare kommun, Finnish: Jällivaaran kunta, Northern Sami: Jiellevárri gielda or Váhčira gielda) is a municipality in Norrbotten County in northern Sweden. Its seat is Gällivare. The municipality is the third biggest in Sweden. Gällivare Municipality also hosts an airport, Gällivare Airport. It is the nearest airport to the national parks Sarek and Padjelanta, making it popular for hikers. Gällivare is also the central place for The Firstborn Laestadianism. Nearly 40 cases of the rare genetic disorder CIPA have been reported in Gällivare.Show on map
Jokkmokks KommunJokkmokk Municipality (Swedish: Jokkmokks kommun, Finnish: Jokimukan kunta, Northern Sami: Johkamohkki gielda, Meänkieli: Jokinmukka) is a municipality in Norrbotten County in northern Sweden. Its seat is located in Jokkmokk. The name Jokkmokk is Sami for the words \"river\" and \"bend\", since the town is situated close to a bend in the nearby river. It's Sweden's poorest municipality.Show on map
Överkalix KommunÖverkalix Municipality (Swedish: Överkalix kommun, Finnish: Ylikainuun kunta) is a municipality in Norrbotten County in northern Sweden. Its seat is located in Överkalix. In 1870 a part of old Överkalix Municipality was detached from it, forming a municipality called Korpilombolo (now in Pajala Municipality). The municipality was not affected by the two subdivision reforms of the 20th century. The coat of arms was designed in 1944 and based on the arms of the parish. Its exact meaning is not known, but many northern arms feature bears, reindeer or other animals.Show on map
Haparanda KommunHaparanda Municipality (Swedish: Haparanda kommun), (Finnish: Haaparanta) is a municipality in Norrbotten County in northern Sweden. Its seat is located in Haparanda (Finnish: Haaparanta). In 1967 the \"City of Haparanda\" was merged with the rural municipalities Karl Gustav and Nedertorneå. Since 1971 Haparanda, like all other municipalities of Sweden, is a municipality of unitary type. However, it prefers to use the title stad (\"city\") for the whole territory, including the non-urban parts.Show on map
Bodens KommunBoden Municipality (Swedish: Bodens kommun) is a municipality in Norrbotten County in northern Sweden. Its seat is located in Boden. In 1919 the evolving garrison town of Boden was detached from Överluleå and instituted as a city municipality of its own. In 1967 the rest of Överluleå was merged into the city together with a part of Råneå. In 1971 Edefors (which in 1892 also had been detached from Överluleå) was added and the present municipality was formed.Show on map
Pajala KommunPajala Municipality (Swedish: Pajala kommun; Finnish: Pajalan kunta) is a municipality in Norrbotten County in northern Sweden, bordering Finland. Its seat is located in the locality of Pajala. In 1884 Tärendö was detached from Pajala Municipality, forming a municipality of its own. In 1914 Pajala Municipality was once again split when Junosuando broke away. They were reunited in 1971, when Korpilombolo was added as well.Show on map
Arjeplogs KommunArjeplog Municipality (Swedish: Arjeplogs kommun, Northern Sami: Arjepluovvi gielda) is a municipality in Norrbotten County in northern Sweden. Its seat is located in Arjeplog. The area which now is Arjeplog Municipality used to be a single parish (Swedish: socken), which was made into a municipality when the first Swedish local government acts were implemented in 1863. It has not been amalgamated with any other entity.Show on map
Älvsbyns KommunÄlvsbyn Municipality (Swedish: Älvsbyns kommun) is a municipality in Norrbotten County in northern Sweden. Its seat is located in Älvsbyn. The present municipality has the same size as the original one, created at the time the municipalities of Sweden were formed in 1863. 1948-1968 a part of it constituted a market town (köping) and a municipality of its own, but the entities were reunited in 1969.Show on map
Kalix KommunKalix Municipality (Swedish: Kalix kommun, Finnish: Kainuun kunta) is a municipality in Norrbotten County in northern Sweden. Its seat is located in Kalix. In 1924 Töre Municipality was detached from Nederkalix Municipality, forming a municipality of its own. In 1967 the two units were reunified, and the present municipality was created.Show on map
TöreTöre (Kalix Language: te'or) is a locality situated in Kalix Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 1,099 inhabitants in 2010. Its harbour is the northernmost of the Bothnian Bay (and thus, of the Baltic Sea) that is accessible to commercial vessels. The European route E10 passes through Töre.Show on map
Luulajan KuntaLuleå Municipality (Swedish: Luleå kommun) is a municipality in Norrbotten County in northern Sweden. Its seat is located in Luleå, which is also the county seat of Norrbotten County.Show on map
NorrbottenNorrbotten (English meaning: North Bothnia) is a Swedish province (landskap) in northernmost Sweden. It borders south to Västerbotten, west to Swedish Lapland, and east to Finland.Show on map
Arvidsjaurs KommunArvidsjaur Municipality (Swedish: Arvidsjaurs kommun, Northern Sami: Árviesjávrrie gielda) is a municipality in Norrbotten County in northern Sweden. Its seat is Arvidsjaur.Show on map
Piteå KommunPiteå Municipality (Swedish: Piteå kommun) is a municipality in Norrbotten County in northern Sweden. Its seat is located in Piteå.Show on map
NorrfjärdenNorrfjärden is a locality situated in Piteå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 1,362 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
RåneåRåneå is a locality situated in Luleå Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 1,912 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
ÖrnäsetÖrnäset is a residential area in Luleå, Sweden. It had 3,033 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
Different buildings in Norrbotten
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Luleå CentralstationLuleå Central Station (Swedish: Luleå centralstation) or Luleå C is a railway station located on the Main Line Through Upper Norrland in Luleå, Sweden. The station is owned by Jernhusen and is the terminal of the line. The station is located at the eastern end of Stationsgatan, in the eastern part of the city center. The bus terminal for Länstrafiken i Norrbotten is located 300 metres (980 ft) northwest of the station. There are also three hotels within walking distance of the station.Show on map
VidselVidsel Air Base (ICAO: ESPE) is a Swedish Air Force airfield located 15 km west-northwest of the town of Vidsel, in Sweden. It is a critical part of Vidsel Test Range that provides an aerospace test and evaluation asset for Sweden through the Test & Evaluation (T&E) department of Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV). The airfield is located in the south-east corner of Vidsel Test Range, which is a missile test range consisting of 7,200 km² restricted airspace and 3,300 km² restricted ground space.Show on map
Coop ArenaCoop Norrbotten Arena is an indoor sporting arena located in Luleå, Sweden. The seating capacity of the arena is 6,300, and it is the home arena of the Luleå HF ice hockey team. Until 2002 it was called Delfinen (\"The Dolphin\") when it was refurbished and the naming rights were sold to the local division of the Swedish retail company Kooperativa Förbundet, who renamed it Coop Arena. In 2009, it was renamed Coop Norrbotten Arena, although it's still occasionally referred to as \"Coop Arena\". The arena hosted the first semi-final of Melodifestivalen 2011 on 5 February 2011.Show on map
KronogårdKronogård is the name of a launch site for sounding rockets in North Sweden at 66°13′N 19°47′E / 66.217°N 19.783°E. Kronogård was originally a hunting post for royal foresters and hunters. In the 1950s a rocket launch site was established, from which mainly rockets of the type Nike Cajun were launched to explore the upper atmosphere. After completion of Esrange Kronogard was shut down. Nowadays there is an area with small houses (partly on the basements of the former launch pads) and a camping site.Show on map
BodträskforsBodträskfors is a village situated in Boden Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 205 inhabitants in 2005. It is situated by the river of Luleå, opposite Harads. The village became important because of the river of Bodträskfors, where among other things a mill was built. Today the impressive mansion is the only building left from \"the good old days\". The Bodträskån River ends here.Show on map
Arvidsjaur AirportArvidsjaur Airport (IATA: AJR, ICAO: ESNX) is situated 13 km (8.1 mi) from Arvidsjaur town in Sweden and had 42,664 passengers in 2009. The runway is longer than most in the northern interior of Sweden, and this allows international charter jet planes. This was a major reason winter car testing was established in the region around Arvidsjaur, now an important part of the local economy.Show on map
Luleå domkyrkaLuleå Cathedral (Swedish: Luleå domkyrka) in Luleå, Sweden, serves the Diocese of Luleå and the local Church of Sweden parish, Luleå Cathedral Parish (Luleå It was consecrated in 1893. The church was originally named Oscar Fredrik Church (Oscar Fredriks kyrka), after the King Oscar (Fredrik) II. It became cathedral when the Diocese of Luleå was formed in 1904.Show on map
SaltoluoktaNot to be confused with Staloluokta. Saltoluokta is a 120 kilometer drive outside Gällivare in northern Sweden, off the beaten track in Jokkmokk Municipality near the municipality's border with Gällivare. Saltoluokta is located less than 1 kilometre from Stora Sjöfallet National Park and the UNESCO world heritage Laponia and it is a popular starting point for Sarek National Park visitors.Show on map
Luleå AirportLuleå Airport (IATA: LLA, ICAO: ESPA) is located about 7 km south-southeast of Luleå, Sweden, near the village of Kallax. The airport had a total of 1,177,443 passengers in 2015, and is thus Sweden's fifth largest airport. It is the largest airport in northern Sweden (Norrland). The runway is also used by the F 21 Luleå air force base.Show on map
Luleå University of TechnologyLuleå University of Technology (Swedish: Luleå tekniska universitet) of Sweden is Scandinavia's northernmost university of technology. It has four campuses, located in Luleå (the main campus), Kiruna (space science), Skellefteå (wood technology and computer game engineering) and Piteå (Department of music and media).Show on map
Gällivare AirportGällivare Airport (IATA: GEV, ICAO: ESNG) is an airport located in Gällivare Municipality, Sweden, about 7 kilometres (4 mi) east from Gällivare and about 10 kilometres (6 mi) from Malmberget.Show on map
KauppinenKauppinen is village around 8 km east of Kiruna in Kiruna Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 66 inhabitants in 2005. It lies close to the European route E10.Show on map
Kiruna AirportKiruna Airport is the northernmost airport in Sweden. It lies around ten kilometres from the town centre of Kiruna. In 2011, the airport served 164,103 passengers.Show on map
Jupukka TV MastJupukka is a Swedish mountain north of Pajala in Swedish Lapland. Jupukka is 277 metres high.This mountain marks one of the locations for the Struve Geodetic Arc.Show on map
LångforsLångfors (long rapids) is a village within the Swedish municipality of Kalix. Långfors is located 10 kilometres north of Töre to the Töre River.Show on map
VistträskVistträsk (former name was Vistheden) is a locality situated in Älvsbyn Municipality, Norrbotten County, Sweden with 248 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
BärtnäsetBertnäs is a small village in Piteå, Norrbotten County, in the north of Sweden. Swedish sportsjournalist Emil Larsson is from Bertnäs.Show on map
Pajala AirportPajala Airport (IATA: PJA, ICAO: ESUP) is an airport in Pajala, Sweden.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Norrbotten
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LuleälvenLule River (Swedish: Lule älv, Luleälven) is a major river in Sweden, rising in northern Sweden and flowing southeast for 460 km (290 mi) before reaching the Gulf of Bothnia at Luleå. It is the second longest river by watershed area or length in Norrbotten County (after the Torne River and very slightly ahead of the Kalix River, which is 460.65 km long), but is the largest by average discharge. It has a watershed of 25,240.5 km² of which 24,545.6 km² is in Sweden and 694.9 km² in Norway.Show on map
KalixälvenThe Kalix River (in Kalix dialect: kölisälva, Swedish: proper Kalix älv or in everyday language Kalixälven, Northern Sami: Gáláseatnu, In Meänkieli the lower part of the river is called Kaihnuunväylä, while the upper part is called Kaalasväylä) is one of the four major rivers of Norrland, northern Sweden, that are untouched by water power constructions. It is 461 kilometres long, flowing up to the Kebnekaise mountain range in Kiruna Municipality. In the southeast it flows through Lappland; and to the south through Norrbotten County, discharging in the Gulf of Bothnia south-east of Kalix.Show on map
StorglaciärenStorglaciären (Swedish for The Grand Glacier) is a glacier in Tarfala Valley in the Scandinavian Alps of Kiruna Municipality, Sweden. The glacier is classified as polythermal having both cold and warm bottom temperatures. It was on Storglaciären that the first glacier mass balance research program began (immediately after World War II), which continues to the present day; this is the longest continuous study of its type in the world. Storglaciären has had a cumulative negative mass balance of -17 m between 1946–2006. The program began monitoring the Rabots Glaciär in 1982, Riukojietna in 1985, and Mårmaglaciären in 1988. All three of these glaciers have had a strong negative mass balance since monitoring began.Show on map
StorforsenStorforsen, a rapid in the Pite River in Swedish Norrbottens län is located approximately 38 km northwest of Älvsbyn. With an average flow of 250 m3/s, the rapids are one of the biggest in Europe. The rapids stretch over a distance of 5 km in which it drops 82 meters 60 of which are a single waterfall. Flow usually is highest at midsummer: 870 m3/s. During the floodyear 1995 a volume of 1200 cubic metres flowed down Storforsen each second.Show on map
Stora SjöfalletStora Sjöfallet (Swedish: Stora Sjöfallets nationalpark) is a national park in Norrbotten County in northern Sweden, in Gällivare Municipality and Jokkmokk Municipality. The national park is 1,278 km2 (493 sq mi) and thereby the third largest in Sweden. It is located about 20 km (12 mi) above the Arctic Circle and lies north and south of the lake system of the Lule River. It is situated by the Norwegian border.Show on map
AkkajaureAkkajaure (from lule sami Áhkájávrre) is one of the largest reservoirs in Sweden. It lies at the headwaters of the Lule River in Norrbotten County, in Swedish Lappland, within the Stora Sjöfallet national park. The lake formed after the construction of the first Suorva dam in 1913–1923. The rim of the current dam is at an elevation of 453 m (1,486 ft). When full, the lake's maximum depth is 92 m (302 ft), and its mean depth is about 30 m (98 ft). Because it is used for power generation, the lake depth fluctuates by up to 30 m (98 ft).Show on map
RapaätnoThe Rapa River (Lule Sami: Rapaätno and Swedish: Rapaälven) is a tributary of the Lesser Lule River in north Norrland, in Norrbotten County, Sweden. The river stretches 75 km from its source to the mouth of Lake Tjaktjajaure (477 amsl). At the mouth of Lake Laitaure (Laidaure), slightly higher up, the Rapa River forms the Laitaure Delta. The river flows through the Rapa Valley, finally joining the Lule River.Show on map
LábbásLabbas is a lake in the Swedish municipality of Arjeplog near the village of Sundnäs close to the Arctic Circle. The lake stands at 488 meters above sea level. Locally, the lake is known for being a good fishing ground for char. Astrid Lindgren used the name of the lake as a name in Ronia the Robber's Daughter after she found it on a road map.Show on map
LuossajärviLuossajärvi is a small 260-acre (1.1 km2) lake in Kiruna in northern Sweden beside Luossavaara. The mining company LKAB has gradually emptied the southern part of the lake in 2007-8 to allow mining of iron ore in the peat bog. These drained areas today consist of mostly marshes.Show on map
AbiskojokkAbiskojokk or Abiskojåkka (Northern Sami: Ábeskoeatnu) is a river in the Abisko National Park in northern Sweden. The upper part of the river is called Kamajokk or Kamajåkka.Show on map
HornavanHornavan [′hu:rna:van] is a lake in northern Sweden. It is located in Arjeplog Municipality in the province of Swedish Lapland, administratively known as Norrbotten County.Show on map
DjupträsketRunsa is the site of the ruins of an ancient fortification (Runsa fornborg) located in Upplands Väsby Municipality in Sweden.Show on map
StoravanStoravan is a lake in Norrbotten County, Lappland, Sweden, southeast of Lake Uddjaure, 421 metres above sea level.Show on map
BodträskånBodträskån (Bodträsk River or Creek) is a small river that flows into Lule River in Norrbotten, Sweden.Show on map
UddjaureUddjaure is a lake in Norrbotten County, Lappland, Sweden, adjacent to Lake Hornavan.Show on map
Stora LulevattenStora Lulevatten, \"Great Lule Lake\" is a lake in Norrbotten County, Lappland, Sweden.Show on map
SangisälvenSangis River (Swedish: Sangisälven or Sangis älv) is a river in Norrbotten in Sweden.Show on map
LaitaureLaitaure is a lake in Lapland, Sweden which is formed by the Rapa River.Show on map
RokånRok River (Swedish: Rokån) is a river in Sweden.Show on map
KeräsjokiKeräsjoki is a river in Norrland in Sweden.Show on map
AltersundetAltersundet is a river in Sweden.Show on map
VitånVitån is a river in Sweden.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Norrbotten
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SarekSarek National Park (Swedish: Sareks nationalpark) is a national park in Jokkmokk Municipality, Lapland in the north of Sweden. Established in 1909–1910, the park is one of the oldest national parks in Europe. It is adjacent to two national parks, the Stora Sjöfallet and the Padjelanta. The shape of the Sarek park is roughly circular with an average diameter of about 50 km (31.07 mi). The delta of the Rapa River is considered one of Europe's most noted views and the summit of mount Skierfe offers an overlook of that ice-covered, glacial, trough valley.Show on map
Sarek National ParkSarek National Park (Swedish: Sareks nationalpark) is a national park in Jokkmokk Municipality, Lapland in the north of Sweden. Established in 1909–1910, the park is one of the oldest national parks in Europe. It is adjacent to two national parks, the Stora Sjöfallet and the Padjelanta. The shape of the Sarek park is roughly circular with an average diameter of about 50 km (31.07 mi). The delta of the Rapa River is considered one of Europe's most noted views and the summit of mount Skierfe offers an overlook of that ice-covered, glacial, trough valley.Show on map
Laponia VärldsarvsområdeThe Laponian area is a large mountainous wildlife area in the Lapland province in northern Sweden, more precisely in Gällivare Municipality, Arjeplog Municipality and Jokkmokk Municipality. It was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996; the bulk of it had enjoyed protected status since the early 20th century. The Laponia area also contains three major hydropower stations with belonging basins and a big expansion of 100 wind power stations inside the world heritage area is planned. The highest mountain of the area is Sarektjåhkkå, at 2,089 metres (6,854 ft).Show on map
TreriksrösetThree-Country Cairn (Finnish: Kolmen valtakunnan rajapyykki, Northern Sami: Golmma riikka urna, Norwegian: Treriksrøysa, Swedish: Treriksröset) is the point at which the international borders of Sweden, Norway and Finland meet, and the name of the monument that marks the point. It is an example of a geographical feature known as a tripoint. It may be reached by walking 11 kilometres (6.8 mi) from Kilpisjärvi in Finland on a public road. In summertime, it can be reached by boat from Kilpisjärvi plus a 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) walk.Show on map
RödkallenRödkallen is a small uninhabited (summer cabins are in use) Swedish island and lighthouse station located in the Bothnian Bay in the south part of Luleå archipelago. The island was used by fishermen a long time before the lighthouse was built. In 1800 a chapel was built for the fishermen and it survives to this day.Show on map
Kebnekaise SydtoppKebnekaise (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈkɛbnəˈkaisə]; from Sami Giebmegáisi or Giebnegáisi, \"Cauldron Crest\") is the highest mountain in Sweden. The Kebnekaise massif, which is part of the Scandinavian Mountains, has two peaks, of which the southern, glaciated one is highest at 2,097.5 metres (6,882 ft) above sea level as of August 2014. The northern peak is 2,096.8 metres (6,879 ft) and free of ice. Kebnekaise lies in Sapmi, about 150 kilometres (ca. 90 miles) north of the Arctic Circle and west of Kiruna near the popular Kungsleden hiking trail between Abisko and Nikkaluokta.Show on map
AkkaÁhkká (Lule Sami: \"old woman\"), also known in its \"Swedified\" form Akka, is a massif in the southwestern corner of Stora Sjöfallet National Park in northern Sweden. The massif has twelve individual peaks and ten glaciers, of which Stortoppen is the highest at 2,015 m (6,611 ft). This peak is the eighth highest in Sweden. Most notable is that the mountain has a vertical drop of 1,563 metres (5,128 ft), from the top of the highest summit down to the lake Akkajaure in the valley below, which is located at 453 m (1,486 ft). This is the highest vertical drop found in Sweden. Since the lake below the mountain is regulated by a hydroelectric power station, its surface can drop down to 423 m (1,388 ft) which makes the mountains vertical drop rise to a maximum of 1,593 m (5,226 ft). Due to the largShow on map
KatajaKataja, the easternmost point of Sweden, is an islet south of Haparanda in Norrbotten. It is part of the Haparanda archipelago. The islet has an area of 0.71 square kilometres (0.27 sq mi). It is about 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) long and 200 to 500 metres (660 to 1,640 ft) wide.Show on map
NalloNallo, in Northern Sami Njállu, is a mountain in the Stuor Räitavagge valley, which lies in the Kebnekaise area of Sweden. Seen from the Vistasvagge valley in the south east, one part of the mountain has a characteristic, extremely sharp appearance which has given it its Sami name, which in English means The Needle. The mountain reaches to 1585 meters above sea level. The Swedish Tourist Association owns a cabin at the foot of the mountain, Nallostugan.Show on map
Muddus NationalparkMuddus is a national park in northern Sweden. It is situated in the province Lapland, with its largest part in the Gällivare Municipality. Furthermore, it belongs to the largely untouched UNESCO World Heritage classified Laponian area. Natural scenes include the old-growth forest with large trees, large boggy grounds, and deep ravines in between the rocks. Sweden's oldest known pine tree is also located here. It has been estimated to be at least 710 years, as it was found to have withstood a forest fire in 1413.Show on map
SälkaSälka (Northern Sami: Sealgga) is a mountain range in the Kebnekaise area, in Kiruna Municipality. The highest peak lies 1865 metres above sea level. East of the range lies Tjäktjavagge valley (Čeakčavággi) where Kungsleden runs. Svenska Turistföreningen have built some mountain huts in Tjäktjavagge, east of Sälkatoppen. From Sälkastugorna, the Dürlings led walking routes lead to Kebnekaise.Show on map
BrändöskäretBrändöskär and Uddskär are two islands in the northwest of the Swedish sector of the Bay of Bothnia, in the Luleå archipelago, joined by an isthmus. In the past there was a large summer fishing village around the bay between the two islands. Many of the buildings remain, and are now used for recreational purposes.Show on map
LuossavaaraLuossavaara (Northern Sami: Luossavárri) is a mountain in Kiruna, Sweden. It is the site of a now-inactive iron ore mine formerly operated by the Swedish mining company LKAB. Today it has a ski lift and slope, as well as a hiking path called Midnattsolstigen (the Midnight Sun Trail).Show on map
Padjelanta NationalparkPadjelanta (Swedish: Padjelanta nationalpark) is a national park in Norrbotten County in northern Sweden. Established in 1963, it is the largest national park in Sweden with an area of 1,984 km2 (766 sq mi), and part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Laponia established in 1996.Show on map
PullinkiPullinki is a 335 meter high mountain in northern Sweden, near the town of Övertorneå.This mountain marks one of the locations for the Struve Geodetic Arc, a world heritage. There is also an alpine ski resort on the mountain. It has 253 metre altitude difference and 16 slopes.Show on map
BergönBergön is an island in the northwest of the Swedish sector of the Bay of Bothnia, in the Kalix archipelago. The north end of the island has facilities for recreational boating. The southern part, which is used for forestry, has been proposed as the site for a wind farm.Show on map
SarektjåkkåSarektjåkkå is the second highest mountain in Sweden and the highest mountain in the Laponian area at 2.089 kilometers (1.298044 miles) AMSL. The mountain is located close to the eastern border of Sarek National Park, about 23 kilometres south-west of Suorva.Show on map
RapadalenThe Rapa Valley (Swedish: Rapadalen, Sami: Ráhpavágge) is a 35 km long valley in Sweden and the largest in the Sarek National Park, part of the Laponian area. The Rapa River runs through the valley, which is surrounded by steep mountains. \n* \n* \n*Show on map
Stora TrutskärStora Trutskär (or simply Trutskär) is an island in the northwest of the Swedish sector of the Bay of Bothnia, in the Kalix archipelago. It has a beach area used or recreation, but is mostly covered by a nature reserve.Show on map
GetskärGetskär and Renskär are two islands in the north of the Swedish sector of the Bay of Bothnia, in the Kalix archipelago, that have become joined through uplift of the land due to post-glacial rebound and are now one.Show on map
AltappenAltappen and Likskär are two islands in the northwest of the Swedish sector of the Bay of Bothnia, in the Luleå archipelago, which have joined due to post-glacial rebound to become a single island.Show on map
MalmuddenMalmudden is a residential area in Luleå, Sweden. It is a beach-side community on the north coast of the Gulf of Bothnia, four kilometres northeast of central Luleå. It had 981 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
SandskärSandskär is an island in the northeast of the Swedish sector of the Bay of Bothnia. Once used as a base for fishing and sealing, it is now part of a national park.Show on map
RåpiRåpi (also, Ropi) is a 926 meters high mountain in Norrbotten County, northern Sweden, near Kiruna.Show on map
Stora HepokariStora Hepokari is an island in the northeast of the Swedish sector of the Bothnian Bay, in the Haparanda archipelago.Show on map
Stora HamnskärStora Hamnskär is an island in the northeast of the Swedish sector of the Bothnian Bay, in the Haparanda archipelago.Show on map
StorbrändönStor-Brändön is an island in the northwest of the Swedish sector of the Bay of Bothnia, in the Luleå archipelago.Show on map
SkomakarenSkomakaren is an island in the northeast of the Swedish sector of the Bothnian Bay, in the Haparanda archipelago.Show on map
Torne-FuröTorne-Furö is an island in the northeast of the Swedish sector of the Bothnian Bay, in the Haparanda archipelago.Show on map
HanhinkariHanhinkari is an island in the northeast of the Swedish sector of the Bothnian Bay, in the Haparanda archipelago.Show on map
Stora HuvönStora Huvön is an island in the northwest of the Swedish sector of the Bay of Bothnia, in the Kalix archipelago.Show on map
HindersönHindersön is an island in the northwest of the Swedish sector of the Bay of Bothnia, in the Luleå archipelago.Show on map
BaggenBaggen is an island in the northwest of the Swedish sector of the Bay of Bothnia, in the Piteå archipelago.Show on map
LångönLångön is an island in the northwest of the Swedish sector of the Bay of Bothnia, in the Luleå archipelago.Show on map
JunkönJunkön is an island in the northwest of the Swedish sector of the Bay of Bothnia, in the Luleå archipelago.Show on map
RånönRånön is an island in the northwest of the Swedish sector of the Bay of Bothnia, in the Kalix archipelago.Show on map
Abisko NationalparkAbisko National Park (Swedish: Abisko nationalpark) is a National Park in Sweden, established in 1909.Show on map
Vadvetjåkka NationalparkVadvetjåkka is a Swedish national park in Kiruna Municipality, Norrbotten County.Show on map
LövskatanLövskatan is a residential area in Luleå, Sweden. It had 783 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map