Öreryd

Öreryd is a village and parish in , Sweden, in the county of . During World War II, Öreryd hosted a refugee camp and transit center for refugees fleeing Nazi persecution in occupied Norway, from March 1941 until June 1942, when it was replaced by the camp Kjesäter.

Localities in the Area

Village
is a locality situated in , , with 721 inhabitants in 2010. is situated 7 km west of Öreryd. Photo: Rikard1435, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Village
is a locality situated in , , with 203 inhabitants in 2010. is situated 9 km northwest of Öreryd. Photo: Ulkl, CC0.

Öreryd

Latitude
57.5° or 57° 30' north
Longitude
13.6667° or 13° 40' east
Open Location Code
9F9MGM28+2M
Elevation
219 metres (719 feet)
Geo­Names ID
2686637

Also Known As

  • Cebuano: Öreryd
  • Danish: Öreryd
  • Dutch: Öreryd
  • French: Öreryd
  • Japanese: オレリード
  • Norwegian: Öreryd
  • Norwegian: Øreryd
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Öreryd
  • Swedish: Öreryd
  • Oreryd
  • Örreryd

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