Norrland


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Norrland:

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Swed. Sverige, officially Kingdom of Sweden, constitutional monarchy (2005 est. pop. 9,002,000), 173,648 sq mi (449,750 sq km), N Europe, occupying the eastern part of the Scandinavian peninsula.
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South Scandinavia, where examples of 'fossil' houses are very few, is, in my opinion, not best suited for such a discussion when elsewhere, for example in most of Norway and Central Norrland, there are much better examples.
There is a movement taking place -- along the rivers and lakes of Svealand and Norrland into the Baltic and from Gotaland towards the Skaggerack.
Both Vasterbotten and Vasternorrland are part of what is called Norrland, which is not an administrative region but more a general geographic name: Sweden is often divided into three parts: Gottalans, Svealand and Norrland.
The contract concerns establishing and hiring of the modules adjacent to the village 27 at Norrland University.
Tele1 Europe, Telia and Utfors have now begun the joint construction of a broadband network along the coast of northern Sweden, Norrland.
His work in northern Sweden 1975-80, his description of the maritime cultural landscape in Norrland and the systematic approach used there (Westerdahl 1987; 1989) have influenced similar works elsewhere in the world (e.
This means extending Utfors's network in Sweden including the coastal area of the northern Swedish province, Norrland, and the area of Dalarna.
Contract notice: Consultant contracts by 28 norrland university.
An exchange of land was carried out with MoDo AB during the year when 81,000 ha of productive forest land in Norrbotten and Vasterbotten was exchanged for 78,000 ha of productive forest land, mainly in south Norrland.
Its distribution network serves 150,000 small and midsize customers in the greater Stockholm and Malardalen area and in Central Norrland.