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Västernorrland County (Västernorrlands län) is a county (län) in the north of Sweden. It is bordered by the counties of Gävleborg, Jämtland, Västerbotten and the Gulf of Bothnia. The name Västernorrland means \Western Norrland\, as it was in the western part of the original Norrland (north Sweden and north Finland).
Cities, towns & villages in Vaesternorrland
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KramforsKramfors is a locality and the seat of Kramfors Municipality in Västernorrland County, Sweden with 5,990 inhabitants in 2010. Geographically the town is situated on the western shore of the Ångerman River. This river was the reason that Kramfors was founded, because in the 19th century it was a main transportation line for lumber poles, and along it sawmills and pulp mills sprung up. Christopher Kramm chose to locate the river's first steam driven saw at this location, and then named it after himself. The locality takes its name from this saw and the word fors (\"rapid\"). Show Kramforson the map
MatforsMatfors is a locality situated in Sundsvall Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 3,201 inhabitants in 2010. The river Ljungan runs through Matfors. It is situated about 15 kilometers west of Sundsvall, a city with about 45,000 inhabitants. In Matfors there are two schools: Sköle Skola and Matfors Skola, both sharing the same school yard. Matfors is said to have got its name from the rich supply of salmon (Swedish: lax) in the river Ljungan, by which the town was built. The name Matfors consists of two parts: mat (food) and fors (river stream). Show Matforson the map
HusumHusum is a locality situated in Örnsköldsvik Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 1,647 inhabitants in 2010. It is located close to the northern entrance to the High Coast. It has an active sports club in Husums IF (ice hockey, soccer, wrestling, ski jumping, cross-country skiing, orienteering, etc.), and a very active entrepreneurial spirit with many small local businesses, including a famous bakery. The Husum Big Band, a wind instrument orchestra that dates back to the early 1900:s, is still active - playing in concerts both locally and regionally. The Grundsunda Framtidsgrupp is an association formed in 1995 to promote the interests of the local inhabitants. Show Husumon the map
SollefteåSollefteå is a locality and the seat of Sollefteå Municipality in Västernorrland County, Sweden with 8,562 inhabitants in 2010. The earliest written account on Sollefteå is found in a script dating back to 1270. During this time the name of the village was given as De Solatum - a name that can be interpreted as a composition of Sol (sun) and at (property) i.e. literally The sunlit region. In 1902 Sollefteå obtained the status of market town or köping before finally being granted a town charter in 1917 thereby making it a city. Show Sollefteåon the map
TimråTimrå is a locality and the seat of Timrå Municipality in Västernorrland County, Sweden with 10,443 inhabitants in 2010. It is located about 13 km north of Sundsvall (a town with a metropolitan area of some 100,000 inhabitants), and could arguably be considered a satellite to that town. The two closest cities (Sundsvall and Härnösand) share one airport, Midlanda, that is geographically located in Timrå. Indalsälven, one of Sweden's largest rivers with a length of 430 km, meets the Gulf of Botnia in Timrå. Show Timråon the map
JunseleJunsele is a locality situated in Sollefteå Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 895 inhabitants in 2010.The village is known for its zoo, where you can see for instance white tigers and lions. There is a small tourist bureau, health centre, cinema and library, all situated in the Municipality office area. Places of interest nearby include the small, traditional forest village of Långvattnet, itself a designated nature reserve noted for its geological features and surrounded by fifty lakes, where most types of fishing are available. Bird life within the reserve is also of some interest. Show Junseleon the map
SörbergeSörberge is a village in Timrå Municipality, Sweden. The village has three schools, Böle skola for years 1-6, Sörbergeskolan for years 7-9, and Timrå Gymnasieskola for the secondary school level. The local hockey team, Timrå Red Eagles, play in the Eon Arena located between Sörbergskolan and Timrå Gymnasieskola. There is an ICA grocery store, a clothes store, a bank, a hamburger restaurant, three pizza restaurants, and one filling station. Airport (Midlanda Airport) is located between Söråker and Sörberge, so not in Härnösand nor in Sundsvall. Show Sörbergeon the map
LidenLiden is a locality situated in Sundsvall Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 254 inhabitants in 2010. It is located near the river Indalsälven, 50 km (road 86) north west of the city of Sundsvall. The name Liden (Swedish; meaning \"a long slope\", down to the river) was first recorded as De Lidh in a letter from 1344,Liden's Old Church was built in the 1480s by the Dominican monk Josefhus. The Swedish noble family Lidströmer originates from Liden. The New Church, which was consecrated in 1858, is situated a few hundred meters above the Old Church. Show Lidenon the map
RamseleRamsele is a locality situated in Sollefteå Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 968 inhabitants in 2010. Since the 1960s, the population has decreased from 1563 to 968. It is situated by the river Faxälven about 70 km north-west of Sollefteå. The oldest known name of the town is \"Rannasild\", according to a local book about the area. Later it was known as Hrafnasil, a name which probably originated from Old Norse, and literally meant 'Calm water of ravens'. The oldest evidence of settlement is a church from the late 13th century. Show Ramseleon the map
ÖrnsköldsvikÖrnsköldsvik is a locality and the seat of Örnsköldsvik Municipality in Västernorrland County, Sweden, with 28,991 inhabitants in 2010. Its natural harbour and archipelago is in the Gulf of Bothnia and the northern boundaries of the High Coast area. It is well known as an exporter of pulp and paper products and heavy machinery goods. It has a strong environmental record and is the \"testbed\" for ethanol powered cars. Show Örnsköldsvikon the map
ÅngeÅnge is a locality and the seat of Ånge Municipality in Västernorrland County, Sweden with 2,872 inhabitants in 2010. Ånge is a railway junction where the northern main line railway (Norra Stambanan) connects with the central main line railway (Mittbanan). Ånge is also known in Sweden as \"The Swedish version of Seattle\" due to an impressive number of bands. Takida, The Grand Opening and Corroded are among many other bands from this area. Show Ångeon the map
EssvikEssvik is a locality situated in Sundsvall Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 752 inhabitants in 2010. It is located about halfway between Sundsvall (to the north), and Njurundabommen (to the south). The mill that inevitably started the growth of the town, was founded by Johan Nordling in the late 19th century to early 1910s. Show Essvikon the map
NordingråNordingrå is a locality situated in Kramfors Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 306 inhabitants in 2010. It is also a parish of some 50 villages, with a population of about 1500. Nordingrå is a part of the Höga Kusten (High Coast) World Heritage Site. NHL defenceman Tobias Enstrom comes from Nordringå. Show Nordingråon the map
HärnösandHärnösand is a locality and the seat of Härnösand Municipality in Västernorrland County, Sweden with 17,556 inhabitants in 2010. It is called \"the gate to the High Coast\" because of the world heritage landscape rises just some miles north of Härnösand. Härnösand is the seat of the Diocese of Härnösand. Show Härnösandon the map
SundsvallSundsvall (Swedish pronunciation: [²sɵnsval] (13px listen)) is a city and the seat of Sundsvall Municipality in Västernorrland County, Sweden. It has a population of 51,354 as of 2010; more than 95,000 live in the municipal area. Show Sundsvallon the map
KullarmarkKullarmark is a small village in Härnösand Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden. There are currently 6 people living there in 6 different houses. It is an old village, it was first mentioned in 1535. Show Kullarmarkon the map
SidensjöSidensjö is a locality situated in Örnsköldsvik Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 399 inhabitants in 2010. It is also a parish in the Nätra Court District. Show Sidensjöon the map
TorpshammarTorpshammar is a locality situated in Ånge Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 444 inhabitants in 2010. It was founded in 1797 as an iron milling community. Show Torpshammaron the map
UtansjöUtansjö is a locality situated in Härnösand Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 209 inhabitants in 2010. It is located close to the Höga Kusten Bridge. Show Utansjöon the map
IndalIndal is a locality situated in Sundsvall Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 661 inhabitants in 2010. It is located close to the river Indalsälven. Show Indalon the map
RamvikRamvik is a bimunicipal locality situated in Härnösand Municipality and Kramfors Municipality in Västernorrland County, Sweden with 691 inhabitants in 2010. Show Ramvikon the map
KöpmanholmenKöpmanholmen is a locality situated in Örnsköldsvik Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 1,237 inhabitants in 2010. Show Köpmanholmenon the map
NjurundabommenNjurundabommen is a locality situated in Sundsvall Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 1,983 inhabitants in 2010. Show Njurundabommenon the map
LångviksmonLångviksmon is a locality situated in Örnsköldsvik Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 221 inhabitants in 2010. Show Långviksmonon the map
ÖverhörnäsÖverhörnäs is a locality situated in Örnsköldsvik Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 603 inhabitants in 2010. Show Överhörnäson the map
ViVi is a locality situated on Alnön in Sundsvall Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 4,997 inhabitants in 2010. Show Vion the map
VästerhusVästerhus is a locality situated in Örnsköldsvik Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 326 inhabitants in 2010. Show Västerhuson the map
MellanselMellansel is a locality situated in Örnsköldsvik Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 827 inhabitants in 2010. Show Mellanselon the map
JohannedalJohannedal is a locality situated in Sundsvall Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 2,754 inhabitants in 2010. Show Johannedalon the map
ArnäsvallArnäsvall is a locality situated in Örnsköldsvik Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 341 inhabitants in 2010. Show Arnäsvallon the map
BredbynBredbyn is a locality situated in Örnsköldsvik Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 1,186 inhabitants in 2010. Show Bredbynon the map
BollstabrukBollstabruk is a locality situated in Kramfors Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 1,871 inhabitants in 2010. Show Bollstabrukon the map
BjästaBjästa is a locality situated in Örnsköldsvik Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 1,808 inhabitants in 2010. Show Bjästaon the map
SkottsundSkottsund is a locality situated in Sundsvall Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 1,069 inhabitants in 2010. Show Skottsundon the map
SundsbrukSundsbruk is a locality situated in Sundsvall Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 2,137 inhabitants in 2010. Show Sundsbrukon the map
KvisslebyKvissleby is a locality situated in Sundsvall Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 2,614 inhabitants in 2010. Show Kvisslebyon the map
KlockestrandKlockestrand is a locality situated in Kramfors Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 315 inhabitants in 2010. Show Klockestrandon the map
GustavsbergGustavsberg is a locality situated in Sundsvall Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 254 inhabitants in 2010. Show Gustavsbergon the map
LångseleLångsele is a locality situated in Sollefteå Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 1,584 inhabitants in 2010. Show Långseleon the map
MolidenMoliden is a locality situated in Örnsköldsvik Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 300 inhabitants in 2010. Show Molidenon the map
ÖsterforseÖsterforse is a locality situated in Sollefteå Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 204 inhabitants in 2010. Show Österforseon the map
BillstaBillsta is a locality situated in Örnsköldsvik Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 361 inhabitants in 2010. Show Billstaon the map
ÅmynnetÅmynnet is a locality situated in Örnsköldsvik Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 340 inhabitants in 2010. Show Åmynneton the map
StockvikStockvik is a locality situated in Sundsvall Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 2,359 inhabitants in 2010. Show Stockvikon the map
DingersjöDingersjö is a locality situated in Sundsvall Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 856 inhabitants in 2010. Show Dingersjöon the map
ÄlandsbroÄlandsbro is a locality situated in Härnösand Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 832 inhabitants in 2010. Show Älandsbroon the map
BjörnaBjörna is a locality situated in Örnsköldsvik Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 413 inhabitants in 2010. Show Björnaon the map
BergeforsenBergeforsen is a locality situated in Timrå Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 1,563 inhabitants in 2010. Show Bergeforsenon the map
AnkarsvikAnkarsvik is a locality situated in Sundsvall Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 944 inhabitants in 2010. Show Ankarsvikon the map
GottneGottne is a locality situated in Örnsköldsvik Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 218 inhabitants in 2010. Show Gottneon the map
GideåGideå is a locality situated in Örnsköldsvik Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 266 inhabitants in 2010. Show Gideåon the map
GimåtGimåt is a locality situated in Örnsköldsvik Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 903 inhabitants in 2010. Show Gimåton the map
NedansjöNedansjö is a locality situated in Sundsvall Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 257 inhabitants in 2010. Show Nedansjöon the map
SvartvikSvartvik is a locality situated in Sundsvall Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 949 inhabitants in 2010. Show Svartvikon the map
JuniskärJuniskär is a locality situated in Sundsvall Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 397 inhabitants in 2010. Show Juniskäron the map
StavrevikenStavreviken is a locality situated in Timrå Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 216 inhabitants in 2010. Show Stavrevikenon the map
SandslånSandslån is a locality situated in Kramfors Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 272 inhabitants in 2010. Show Sandslånon the map
LuckstaLucksta is a locality situated in Sundsvall Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 346 inhabitants in 2010. Show Luckstaon the map
NäsåkerNäsåker is a locality situated in Sollefteå Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 513 inhabitants in 2010. Show Näsåkeron the map
TunadalTunadal is a locality situated in Sundsvall Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 360 inhabitants in 2010. Show Tunadalon the map
VattjomVattjom is a locality situated in Sundsvall Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 477 inhabitants in 2010. Show Vattjomon the map
ÖverkovlandKovland is a locality situated in Sundsvall Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 486 inhabitants in 2010. Show Överkovlandon the map
MjällomMjällom is a locality situated in Kramfors Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 275 inhabitants in 2010. Show Mjällomon the map
LugnvikLugnvik is a locality situated in Kramfors Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 349 inhabitants in 2010. Show Lugnvikon the map
DockstaDocksta is a locality situated in Kramfors Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 378 inhabitants in 2010. Show Dockstaon the map
FanbynFanbyn is a locality situated in Sundsvall Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 526 inhabitants in 2010. Show Fanbynon the map
HovidHovid is a locality situated in Sundsvall Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 225 inhabitants in 2010. Show Hovidon the map
SöråkerSöråker is a locality situated in Timrå Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 2,312 inhabitants in 2010. Show Söråkeron the map
StödeStöde is a locality situated in Sundsvall Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 572 inhabitants in 2010. Show Stödeon the map
LjungaverkLjungaverk is a locality situated in Ånge Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 885 inhabitants in 2010. Show Ljungaverkon the map
NylandNyland is a locality situated in Kramfors Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 903 inhabitants in 2010. Show Nylandon the map
LundeLunde is a locality situated in Kramfors Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 399 inhabitants in 2010. Show Lundeon the map
FränstaFränsta is a locality situated in Ånge Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 1,256 inhabitants in 2010. Show Fränstaon the map
FrånöFrånö is a locality situated in Kramfors Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 640 inhabitants in 2010. Show Frånöon the map
ÖstavallÖstavall is a locality situated in Ånge Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 222 inhabitants in 2010. Show Östavallon the map
AlbyAlby is a locality situated in Ånge Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 367 inhabitants in 2010. Show Albyon the map
SunnerstaGraneberg is a suburban part of the city of Uppsala, by Lake Ekoln, a branch of Lake Mälaren. Show Sunnerstaon the map
KasaKasa is a medium-small village located in Örnsköldsvik Municipality in northern Sweden. Show Kasaon the map
YtterlännäsYtterlännäs is a parish in the Diocese of Härnösand in Västernorrland County, Sweden. Show Ytterlännäson the map
RamsåsRamsås is a village in Härnösand Municipality, Sweden. Show Ramsåson the map
States, regions, administrative units in Vaesternorrland
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NjurundaNjurunda is a small village in Sundsvall Municipality, located in Västernorrland County, Sweden. The village is situated at the mouth of the Ljungan river and located about 17 kilometers south of Sundsvall. It is primarily a sleeper town to Sundsvall with a residential population of about 5,000 households and about 450 small to medium-sized businesses. The elementary school is Kyrkmons skola with about 339 students of which most head on to Kvissleby and Nivrenaskolan for their 7th - 9th grades before they finally move on to the secondary schools in Sundsvall.Show on map
Kramfors KommunKramfors Municipality (Kramfors kommun) is a municipality in Västernorrland County, northern Sweden. Its seat is located in the town Kramfors. The rural municipality of Gudmundrå was in 1947 made one of the last administrative cities of Sweden and got the name Kramfors from an industrial settlement. In 1952 many of the surrounding entities were grouped into larger municipalities. The nationwide reform in 1971 made Kramfors a unitary municipality, but the amalgamation process was not fulfilled until 1974. The number of original units within the present municipality is eleven, including Bjärtrå.Show on map
Sollefteå KommunSollefteå Municipality (Swedish: Sollefteå kommun) is a Swedish municipality in Västernorrland County. Its seat is located in Sollefteå. The former City of Sollefteå (instituted in 1917) was amalgamated with the surrounding entities in 1974 to form the present municipality. It consists of fifteen original (1863) units. Geographically, the landscape is dominated by woods, and by the Ångerman River and its tributaries Faxälven and Fjällsjöälven, which cross through the municipality.Show on map
Ånge kommunÅnge Municipality (Ånge kommun) is a municipality in Västernorrland County, northern Sweden. Its seat is located in Ånge. The railway junction Ånge was in 1947 made a market town (köping) and detached from Borgsjö. In 1971 they were reunited and together with Haverö and Torp the present municipality was formed. The municipal most known slogan is Sweden's geographical center. It was in 1947 measured by the Royal Institute of Technology to be situated by the lake Munkbysjön (Lake Munkby), in the municipality's eastern parts. In 2002 the slogan was changed to Wonderful byways.Show on map
BjärtråBjärtrå is a parish of the province of Ångermanland in Sweden. Since 1974 it has been administered as part of the Kramfors Municipality. The parish has an area of 158 square kilometres, and in the year 2000 there were 1,687 inhabitants. The locality of Lugnvik and parts of Sandslån, Klockestrand, and Strinne, lie within Bjärtrå. The parish was established in the Middle Ages. In 1862 the rural district of Bjärtrå was created. In 1974 this was merged into the municipality of Kramfors.Show on map
Härnösands KommunHärnösand Municipality (Härnösands kommun) is a municipality in Västernorrland County, northern Sweden. Its seat is located in Härnösand (pop. 18,000). The present municipality was formed in 1969 through the amalgamation of the City of Härnösand with Säbrå (itself created in 1952 when five former entities were merged) and Högsjö. Its coat of arms depict a beaver with a pike in its mouth.Show on map
Sundsvalls KommunSundsvall Municipality (Sundsvalls kommun) is a municipality in Västernorrland County, northern Sweden, where the city Sundsvall is the seat. As most municipalities of Sweden, Sundsvalls kommun is a result of a series of amalgamations, carried out in 1952 and in the period 1965-1974. The number of original entities (existing in 1863) is thirteen.Show on map
Västernorrlands länVästernorrland County (Västernorrlands län) is a county (län) in the north of Sweden. It is bordered by the counties of Gävleborg, Jämtland, Västerbotten and the Gulf of Bothnia. The name Västernorrland means \"Western Norrland\", as it was in the western part of the original Norrland (north Sweden and north Finland).Show on map
Örnsköldsviks KommunÖrnsköldsvik Municipality (Örnsköldsviks kommun) is one of Sweden's 290 municipalities, in Västernorrland County in northern Sweden. Its seat is in the town Örnsköldsvik. The present municipality was created in 1971 by the amalgamation of the City of Örnsköldsvik with seven former rural municipalities.Show on map
Timrå KommunTimrå Municipality (Timrå kommun) is a municipality in northern Sweden. The town of Timrå is the municipal seat. The rural municipality Timrå was made a market town (köping) in 1947. The present municipality was created in 1971 when Timrå was amalgamated with Hässjö.Show on map
LångseleLångsele is a locality situated in Sollefteå Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 1,584 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
UllångerUllånger is a locality situated in Kramfors Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden with 626 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
Anundsjö sockenAnundsjö is a parish in the Diocese of Härnösand in Sweden.Show on map
Different buildings in Vaesternorrland
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Fjällräven CenterFjällräven Center (formerly Swedbank Arena) is an indoor sporting arena located in Örnsköldsvik, Sweden. The capacity of the arena is 7,600 for ice hockey games and 9,800 for concerts, and the arena was opened on 26 August 2006. In November 2009, it was announced that Fjällräven acquired the naming rights, and from January 1, 2010 the arena is called Fjällräven Center.Show on map
KempehallenKempehallen was an indoor sporting arena located in Örnsköldsvik, Sweden, built in 1964. The capacity of the arena was 5,114 during the last years. It was however opened already in 1939 as an outdoor rink, and in 1958 artificial ice was installed. In 1964 it was turned into an indoor arena, with a capacity of 10,000 (standing only). About 2,000 seats were installed in 1969, and the capacity was lowered to 6,700. In 1995 the arena got an overhaul, with a few luxury boxes added among other improvements.Show on map
Höga Kusten AirportHöga Kusten Airport, translated High Coast Airport, by authorities such as IATA and Transportstyrelsen known as Kramfors-Sollefteå Airport, is an airport located between the towns of Kramfors and Sollefteå, Sweden (IATA: KRF, ICAO: ESNK). The airport is still named Kramfors on tickets and flight lists on other airports.Show on map
Sundsvall-Timrå AirportSundsvall–Timrå Airport (IATA: SDL, ICAO: ESNN) is about 21 km north of Sundsvall, 8 km east of Timrå and 32 km south of Härnösand, Sweden. The airport is also known as Midlanda, referring to its geographically central location in Sweden. The airport was known under the name Sundsvall Härnösand Airport until the municipalities of Sundsvall and Timrå obtained the ownership of the airport from Swedavia on June 17, 2013. Sundsvall–Timrå Airport is Norrland's fourth-busiest airport and the country's eleventh busiest. The airport counted 282,047 passengers in 2011.Show on map
Örnsköldsvik AirportÖrnsköldsvik Airport (IATA: OER, ICAO: ESNO), is a regional airport located 24 km (15 mi) northeast of Örnsköldsvik, Sweden, at Husum, built in 1961. The airport had 80,123 passengers in 2013 and a record of 165,712 in 2000. On 31 October 2014 Örnsköldsvik airport got permission to get the first remote controlled air control tower in the world. The tower is controlled from Sundsvall-Timrå Airport.Show on map
Ytterlännäs gamla kyrkaThe Old Church of Ytterlännäs belongs to Ytterlännäs parish in the province of Ångermanland in Northern Sweden. It is located between Nyland and Bollstabruk on the main road no. 333 in Kramfors Municipality. In terms of ecclesiastical divisions, the parish belonged to the Archdiocese of Uppsala in the Middle Ages, but has been part of the Diocese of Härnösand since that was formed in 1647.Show on map
Norrporten ArenaNorrporten Arena, formerly Sundsvalls idrottspark, is a multi-purpose stadium in Sundsvall, Sweden. It was opened on 6 August 1903. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of GIF Sundsvall. The stadium holds 8,500 people. The stadium was expanded in 2002 and changed name to the current name in 2006.Show on map
NordichallenNordichallen is a stadium located in Sundsvall. Its dimensions are 105x65 meters, area10,500 square meters, seating capacity 9,300, ceiling height 21 meters. Football matches and music concerts are played there.Show on map
E.ON ArenaShow on map
Anundsjö KyrkaAnundsjö church is a church in the Diocese of Härnösand belonging to Anundsjö parish in the community of Bredbyn.Show on map
Härnösands domkyrkaHärnösand Cathedral (Swedish: Härnösands domkyrka) serves the Diocese of Härnösand and was built in 1846.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Vaesternorrland
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ÅngermanälvenThe Ångerman or Angerman (Swedish: Ångermanälven) is one of Sweden's longest rivers with a total length of 460 kilometers (290 mi). It also has the third largest flow rate, after the Göta and Lule.Show on map
MoälvenMoälven (or Själevadsån) is a river in Sweden.Show on map
NätraånNätraån is a river in Sweden.Show on map
GådeånGådeån is a river in Sweden.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Vaesternorrland
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KolhuvudetKålhuvudet or the Kålhuvudets Nature Reserve is situated in Örnsköldsvik Municipality, in Björna parish of Västernorrland County in northern Sweden. It is located 7 km southwest of Hemling and covers 770 hectares. The reserve was founded in 1993 and is a protected old-growth spruce forest interspersed with sloped wetland areas more typical to mountainous regions. Located at 510 meters above sea level, the area is subject to high levels of snowfall and many of the trees have experienced damage from the snows. The area was protected to allow the ecosystem to freely develop.Show on map
AlnönAlnön (\"the aln-ey\") is an island in the Gulf of Bothnia just outside Sundsvall in Medelpad, Sweden. It has an area of 65 km2 and a permanent population of 8,298 (as of 31 December 2009), although its summertime inhabitants are about twice that number. Most of the island's inhabitants work in Sundsvall and other towns on the mainland. The island is 15 km long and 6 km wide on the widest spot. It is connected to the mainland by a 1,042 meters (3,419 ft) long bridge, which was the longest bridge in Sweden when it was opened in 1964.Show on map
HögbondenHögbonden is a Swedish island and lighthouse located in the World Heritage Site Höga kusten. From springtime in May through October a hostel is open to visitors in the old lightkeeper's house. In the summer season there is regular daily boat service from Bönhamn to Högbonden. The whole island is a nature reserve.Show on map
BrämönBrämön is an island in Sundsvall Municipality, Västernorrland County, Sweden. Brämön is about 5 km long and 3 km wide, with an area of about 11 km2. It is situated in the Bothnian Sea, separated from the mainland by the approximately 2 km wide Brämösundet. A small island named Kalven just lies just off Brämön in the south. Brämön had already been known for fishing in the 15th century. The last fisherman left the island in 1949. Brämön was spelled as Bremön. The old spelling is still used by many.Show on map
SkagsuddeSkagsudde, is a Swedish lighthouse. It was built to replace to old light station Skag located on the island Gråklubben nearby.Show on map
MedelpadMedelpad () is a historical province or landskap in the north of Sweden. It borders Hälsingland, Härjedalen, Jämtland, Ångermanland and the Gulf of Bothnia. The province is a part of Norrland and as such considered to be Northern Sweden, although the province geographically is located in the middle of Sweden. It is a common misconception that name \"Medelpad\" (\"middle land\" or \"middle ground\") reflects this, but the name actually refers to the fact that most of the province lies between its two rivers Ljungan and Indalsälven.Show on map
HemsönHemsön is an island in the Bothnian Sea, northeast of Härnösand, at the mouth of the Ångerman River. The area is 54 km² and the population is 140 (2006).Show on map
MjältönMjältön is an island in the middle of The High Coast in Sweden. Mjältön is the highest island in Sweden, with a height of 236 meters above sea level.(See also: List of islands of Sweden)\nShow on map
RutbergetRutberget is a 342 meter high mountain north of Örnsköldsvik, Sweden.Show on map