Difference between revisions of "Municipality:Stockholm"

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|image          = [[File: Stockholm, Stockholm.png|300px]]
 
|image          = [[File: Stockholm, Stockholm.png|300px]]
 
|imagetext      = The [[municipality]] of Stockholm in the [[region]] of [[Region: Stockholm|Stockholm]]
 
|imagetext      = The [[municipality]] of Stockholm in the [[region]] of [[Region: Stockholm|Stockholm]]
|symbol        = [[File: Coat of arms of Stockholm Municipality.png|60px]]
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|symbol        = [[File: Coat of arms of Stockholm Municipality.png|80px]]
 
|symboltext    = Coat of arms of Stockholm Municipality
 
|symboltext    = Coat of arms of Stockholm Municipality
 
|country        = [[Country: Sweden|Sweden]] [[File: Flag of Sweden.png|x12px]]
 
|country        = [[Country: Sweden|Sweden]] [[File: Flag of Sweden.png|x12px]]
 
|region        = [[Region: Stockholm|Stockholm]]
 
|region        = [[Region: Stockholm|Stockholm]]
|numberofzones  = 1437
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|numberofzones  = 1438
|maxpph        = 6834
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|maxpph        = 6973
|updated        = 2022-01-19
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|updated        = 2022-02-09
 
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== Zones ==
 
== Zones ==
There are [https://lundkvist.com/?country=se&region=141&city=Stockholm 1437] [[turf zones]] in the municipality of Stockholm, one of which is counted as [[world heritage site]], ten [[winner zones]], six [[water zones]], six [[train station zones]], 23 [[monument zones]], 28 [[holy zones]], 74 [[bridge zones]], five [[castle zones]] and one [[ruin zone]].
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There are [https://lundkvist.com/?country=se&region=141&city=Stockholm 1438] [[turf zones]] in the municipality of Stockholm, one of which is counted as [[world heritage site]], ten [[winner zones]], six [[water zones]], six [[train station zones]], 23 [[monument zones]], 28 [[holy zones]], 74 [[bridge zones]], five [[castle zones]] and one [[ruin zone]].
  
 
The most taken zone are [[Zone: CentralZone|CentralZone]] which is located in front of the central station in the center of [[Stockholm]].
 
The most taken zone are [[Zone: CentralZone|CentralZone]] which is located in front of the central station in the center of [[Stockholm]].
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* [[Zone: Akallalänken|Akallalänken]] ([[2020]]) - Formerly called ''AkallaLänken''
 
* [[Zone: Akallalänken|Akallalänken]] ([[2020]]) - Formerly called ''AkallaLänken''
 
* [[Zone: AldrigÖppet|AldrigÖppet]] ([[2013]]) - Formerly called ''AlltidÖppet''
 
* [[Zone: AldrigÖppet|AldrigÖppet]] ([[2013]]) - Formerly called ''AlltidÖppet''
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* [[Zone: Allzången|Allzången]] ([[2012]]) - Formerly called ''AllZonen''
 
* [[Zone: Arenazone|Arenazone]] ([[2010]])
 
* [[Zone: Arenazone|Arenazone]] ([[2010]])
 
* [[Zone: Arrendestigen|Arrendestigen]] ([[2012]]) - Formerly called ''ArrendeStigen''
 
* [[Zone: Arrendestigen|Arrendestigen]] ([[2012]]) - Formerly called ''ArrendeStigen''
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==== Ö ====
 
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''Updated: 2022-01-19''
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''Updated: 2022-02-09''
  
 
== Gallery ==
 
== Gallery ==

Latest revision as of 13:48, 9 February 2022

Stockholm
Stockholm, Stockholm.png
The municipality of Stockholm in the region of Stockholm
Coat of arms of Stockholm Municipality.png
Coat of arms of Stockholm Municipality
CountrySweden Flag of Sweden.png
RegionStockholm
Number of zones1438
Maximum PPH6973
Last updated2022-02-09


Stockholm, Stockholm Municipality or the City of Stockholm (Swedish: Stockholms kommun or Stockholms stad) is a municipality in the region of Stockholm in Sweden. The municipality has about 977,300 inhabitants and is located in the provinces of Uppland and Södermanland.

Central town is Stockholm, which is also Sweden's capital and largest urban area.

Slogans: Beauty on Water and The Capital of Scandinavia

Placement[edit]

The municipality is located in the southern parts of the province Uppland and the northern parts of Södermanland. To the east is Baltic Sea with the Stockholm Archipelago and in the west Mälaren. Adjacent municipalities are, in the southeast Tyresö, in the south Huddinge and Botkyrka, in the west Ekerö, in the north Järfälla, Sollentuna and Danderyd, in the northeast and northwest Sundbybergs and Solna, in the east Lidingö and Nacka, all in Stockholm County.

Zones[edit]

There are 1438 turf zones in the municipality of Stockholm, one of which is counted as world heritage site, ten winner zones, six water zones, six train station zones, 23 monument zones, 28 holy zones, 74 bridge zones, five castle zones and one ruin zone.

The most taken zone are CentralZone which is located in front of the central station in the center of Stockholm.

Year in parentheses indicates year of creation.

Zontyp01.png World Heritage Sites[edit]

Zontyp02.png Winner zones[edit]

Zontyp03.png Water zones[edit]

Zontyp04.png Train station zones[edit]

Zontyp06.png Monument zones[edit]

Zontyp07.png Holy zones[edit]

Zontyp09.png Bridge zones[edit]

Zontyp10.png Castle zones[edit]

Zontyp11.png Ruin zones[edit]

Other zones in alphabetical order[edit]

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C[edit]

D[edit]

E[edit]

F[edit]

G[edit]

H[edit]

I[edit]

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K[edit]

  • KarlasAllé (2013) - Formerly called KarlasAlle and before that StadionT and was located elsewhere.

L[edit]

M[edit]

N[edit]

O[edit]

P[edit]

Q[edit]

R[edit]

S[edit]

T[edit]

U[edit]

V[edit]

W[edit]

X[edit]

Y[edit]

Z[edit]

  • Zombieskogen (2012) - Formerly called StockholmWasa and before that StokholmWasa.

Å[edit]

Ä[edit]

Ö[edit]

Updated: 2022-02-09

Gallery[edit]

External links[edit]