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Sweden is the largest of the by size and population, with about 10 million inhabitants. It borders and and is connected to via a bridge-tunnel across Öresund.
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is 's capital and largest city, with nearly a million inhabitants in the city proper, and 2.3 million within .

, archaic spelling Upsala, is a university city in .

is Sweden's second largest city with 570,000 citizens, and totaly 1 million in the metropolitan area.

[sødərˈmalm] is the southern borough of central Stockholm, consisting of the island …

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[ˈsveːaˈland] is the middle of the three lands of , between and .

is the southernmost of the three lands that make up Sweden.

is one of three lands of , besides and .

is the southernmost county, as well as a traditional province, in .

is 's largest island, in the middle of the Baltic Sea.

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Sweden

  • Location: ,
  • Population: 9,830,000
  • Latitude of center: 62° north
  • Longitude of center: 15° east
  • Elevation: 359 meters (1178 feet)
  • Capital:
  • Area: 449,964 km² (173,732 miles²)
  • Languages: Swedish, Northern Sami, Southern Sami and Finnish
  • Currency: Krona (SEK)
  • Phone code: 46
  • Internet domain: .se
  • Neighbors: and
  • Wikidata: Sweden
  • Wikimedia Commons: Sweden

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Afrikaans: Swede, Albanian: Suedi, Albanian: Suedia, Amharic: ስዊድን, Arabic: السويد, Arabic: سويد, Aragonese: Suecia, Armenian: Շվեդիա, Arpitan: Suède, Asturian: Suecia, Azerbaijani: İsveç, Bambara: Suwɛdi, Basque: Suedia, Bavarian: Schwedn, Belarusian: Швецыя, Belarusian: Швэцыя, Bengali: সুইডেন, Bosnian: Švedska, Breton: Sveden, Bulgarian: Швеция, Burmese: ဆွီဒင်, Catalan: Suècia, Central Khmer: ស៊ុយអែដ, Chinese: 瑞典, Chuvash: Швеци, Cornish: Swedherwyk, Corsican: Svezia, Croatian: Švedska, Czech: Švédsko, Danish: Sverige
Dutch: Zweden, Dzongkha: སུའི་ཌན, English: Kingdom of Sweden, Esperanto: Svedio, Esperanto: Svedujo, Estonian: Rootsi, Ewe: Sweden nutome, Faroese: Svøríki, Finnish: Ruotsi, French: Suède, Fulah: Suweed, Galician: Suecia - Sverige, Galician: Suecia, Ganda: Swideni, Georgian: შვედეთი, Georgian: შვეცია, German: Schweden, Greek: Σουηδία, Gujarati: સ્વીડન, Haitian: Syèd, Hausa: Suwedan, Hebrew: שבדיה, Hebrew: שוודיה, Hindi: स्वीडन, Hindi: स्वीडेन, Hungarian: Svédország, Icelandic: Svíþjóð, Ido: Suedia, Iloko: Suesia, Indonesian: Swedia
Interlingua (International Auxiliary Language Association): Svedia, Interlingue: Svedia, Irish: An tSualainn, Italian: Svezia, Japanese: スウェーデン, Japanese: スウェーデン王国, Kalaallisut: Sverige, Kannada: ಸ್ವೀಡನ್, Karelian: Ruočči, Kashubian: Szwedzkô, Kazakh: Швеция, Kikuyu: Uswidi, Korean: 스웨덴, Kurdish: Swêd, Kurdish: سوید, Lao: ສະວິເດັນ, Latin: Suecia, Latvian: Zviedrija, Limburgan: Zwede, Lingala: Swédɛ, Lithuanian: Švedija, Livvi: Ruočči, Livvi: Ruoččii, Luba-Katanga: Suwedi, Luxembourgish: Schweden, Macedonian: Шведска, Malagasy: Soedy, Malayalam: സ്വീഡന്‍, Maltese: Svezja, Maltese: Żvezja
Marathi: स्वीडन, Narom: Suède, Nauru: Widen, Nepali (macrolanguage): स्विडेन, Nepali (macrolanguage): स्वीडेन, Northern Sami: Ruoŧŧa, Norwegian: Sverige, Norwegian Bokmål: Sverige, Norwegian Nynorsk: Sverige, Occitan (post 1500): Suècia, Official Aramaic (700-300 BCE): ܣܘܝܕ, Old English (ca. 450-1100): Swēoland, Oriya (macrolanguage): ସ୍ୱେଡେନ୍, Ossetian: Швеци, Persian: سوئد, Piemontese: Svessia, Polish: Szwecja, Portuguese: Suécia, Pushto: سويډن, Pushto: سویډن, Quechua: Suwidsuyu, Romanian: Suedia, Romansh: Svezia, Rundi: Suwedi, Russian: Швеция, Sango: Suêde, Sardinian: Isvetzia, Scots: Swaden, Serbian: Шведска, Serbo-Croatian: Švedska
Sicilian: Svezzia, Sinhala: ස්වීඩනය, Slovak: Švédsko, Slovenian: Švedska, Somali: Iswidhan, Spanish: Suecia, Swahili (macrolanguage): Uswidi, Swedish: Konungariket Sverige, Swedish: Sverige, Tagalog: Suwesya, Tajik: Шветсия, Tamil: ஸ்வீடன், Telugu: స్వీడన్, Thai: ประเทศสวีเดน, Thai: สวีเดน, Tibetan: ཧྲུའི་ཏན།, Tigrinya: ስዊድን, Tok Pisin: Suwidan, Tonga (Tonga Islands): Suēteni, Turkish: İsveç, Ukrainian: Швеція, Upper Sorbian: Šwedska, Urdu: سویڈن, Venetian: Svèsia, Vietnamese: Thụy Điển, Volapük: Svedän, Waray (Philippines): Suwesya, Yiddish: שוועדן, Yoruba: Orílẹ́ède Swidini, Zulu: i-Sweden
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