Municipality:Västerås

Västerås
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The municipality of Västerås in the region of Västmanland
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Coat of arms of Västerås
CountrySweden Flag of Sweden.png
RegionVästmanland
Number of zones875
Maximum PPH5696
Last updated2021-11-03


Västerås is a municipality in the region of Västmanland in Sweden. The municipality has approximately 156,000 inhabitants and is located in its entirety in the province Västmanland.

Location[edit]

The municipality is located in the southern parts of the province Västmanland on the northern shore of Lake Mälaren. Västerås municipality borders the municipalities Hallstahammar and Surahammar in the west and Sala in the north, all in Västmanland län. The municipality also borders Enköping in Uppsala län in the east and has a maritime border with Strängnäs and Eskilstuna in Södermanlands län in the south and to Kungsör in Västmanlands län in the southwest.

Urban areas[edit]

The urban area Västerås is the largest with about 129,000 inhabitants and constitutes the municipality's central town.

Other urban areas in the municipality are Barkarö, Dingtuna, Enhagen-Ekbacken, Harkie, Hökåsen, Irsta, Kärsta, Lycksta, Malmen, Munga, Skultuna, Tidö-Lindö, Tillberga, Tortuna och Örtagården and part of Kvicksund.

Zones[edit]

There are 875 turf zones in the municipality of Västerås, six of which are counted as winner zones, six water zones, two train station zones, three monument zones, 26 holy zones, 19 bridge zones, three castle zones and 13 ruin zones.

The most taken zone is Aseaströmmen which is located on Stora Torget in central Västerås.

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: 2021-11-03

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