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The municipality of Sollentuna in the region of Stockholm
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Coat of arms of Sollentuna
CountrySweden Flag of Sweden.png
Number of zones221
Maximum PPH794
Last updated2021-11-08

Sollentuna is a municipality in the region of Stockholm in Sweden. The municipality has about 74,500 inhabitants and is located in its entirety in the province Uppland.


Sollentuna municipality is located in the southern parts of the province Uppland and borders the municipalities Upplands Väsby in the north, Täby in the northeast, Danderyd in east, Solna and Sundbyberg in the south, Stockholm in the southwest and Järfälla in the west, all in Stockholm County. Edsviken, which is a bay in the Baltic Sea, extends into the municipality.

Urban areas[edit]

The majority of the urban development in Sollentuna municipality is considered to belong to the urban area Sollentuna and Upplands Väsby, which 2015 erupted from the urban area Stockholm, which still includes parts of the municipality's buildings. Since the border to Täby municipality runs slightly east of Rösjön, an area with 11 inhabitants is also included in the urban area Täby. Until 1990, parts of Sollentuna municipality were their own urban area, which since 1970 included the former urban areas Rotebro and Viby.


There are 221 turf zones in the municipality of Sollentuna, one of which is counted as a winner zone, two water zones, two train station zones, two monument zones, two holy zones, twelve bridge zones, one castle zone and three ruin zones.

The most taken zone is Sollstation which is located at Sollentuna station next to Sollentuna Centrum.

Year in parentheses indicates year of creation.

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[edit]

Updated: 2021-11-08

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