Borough of Stockholm
Location of Enskede-Årsta-Vantör shown in yellow
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The districts that make up the borough are Enskedefältet, Enskede Gård, Gamla Enskede, Johanneshov, Stureby, Årsta, Östberga, Bandhagen, Högdalen, Örby, Rågsved and Hagsätra. The population as of 2014 [update] was 96,916.
The borough was formed in January 2007 from the old boroughs Enskede-Årsta and Vantör.
Söderort is the southern suburban part of the Stockholm Municipality, Sweden. It is also part of the city of Stockholm.
Västerort is the western part of Stockholm Municipality in Stockholm County, Sweden. It also forms part of Stockholm urban area and of Stockholm Metropolitan Area. It constitutes the western suburban area within Stockholm's municipal borders.
Stockholm Municipality or the City of Stockholm is a municipality in Stockholm County in east central Sweden. It has the largest population of the 290 municipalities of the country, but one of the smallest areas, making it the most densely populated. It is also the most populous municipality in the Nordic countries.
Enskede-Årsta was a borough (stadsdelsområde) in the southern part of Stockholm, Sweden from 1998 to 1 January 2007. It was formed when the boroughs of Enskede and Årsta merged, and was primarily made up of Enskede and Årsta. The other districts that made up the borough were Johanneshov, Stureby and Östberga. The population as of 2004 was 46,072 on an area of 12.72 km², giving it a density of 3,622/km². In 2007, Enskede-Årsta merged with the borough of Vantör to form the Enskede-Årsta-Vantör borough.
Skärholmen is a borough (stadsdelsområde) of Söderort in the southern part of Stockholm.
Vantör was a borough (stadsdelsområde) in the southern part of Stockholm, Sweden, until 1 January 2007. The districts that made up the borough were Bandhagen, Hagsätra, Högdalen, Rågsved and Örby. The population as of 2004 was 35,155 over an area of 8.30 km², giving it a density of 4,236/km². In 2007, Vantör merged with the borough of Enskede-Årsta to form the Enskede-Årsta-Vantör borough.
Farsta is a borough (stadsdelsområde) of Söderort in the southern part of Stockholm Municipality, Sweden.
Årsta may refer to:
Hammarbyhöjden is a city district in Stockholm, Sweden. The district is split across two boroughs: Most of it is located in Skarpnäck borough, the subdistrict Blåsut is located in the Enskede-Årsta-Vantör borough. As of December 31, 2007, Hammarbyhöjden had 8,143 inhabitants.
Örby is a residential area in Söderort, Stockholm Municipality, Sweden. It has an area of 159 hectares and 4,720 inhabitants.
Gamla Enskede, sometimes called "the garden city", is a district of Enskede-Årsta borough, South Stockholm, Sweden.
Bandhagen is a suburban district south of Stockholm with 5417 (2007) inhabitants. It is located in the Enskede-Årsta-Vantör borough neighboring Högdalen, Stureby and Örby.
Enskede may refer to
Johanneshov is a district in Stockholm located at the intersection of national road 73 and national road 75 in the borough of Enskede-Årsta-Vantör, southern Stockholm, Sweden.
Hägersten-Liljeholmen is a borough (stadsdelsområde) in Stockholm, Sweden. It is part of the Söderort suburban area.
Kärrtorp is a district in the Skarpnäck borough of Stockholm, Sweden,. Kärrtorp has 4,296 inhabitants as of December 31, 2009.
Municipalities in Sweden are in some rare cases divided into smaller districts or urban districts, and are sometimes assigned administrative boards responsible for certain areas of governance in their respective areas. These districts are not specified by national Swedish law, but rather are created by individual municipalities, and thus the Swedish names of these districts vary greatly from municipality to municipality, including kommundelar, stadsdelar, stadsdelområden, primärområden, or stadsdelsnämndsområden. The degree of administrative autonomy of these districts similarly varies greatly, but is normally very limited.
Enskede gård metro station is on the green line of the Stockholm metro, located in Enskede gård, Söderort. The station was inaugurated on 9 September 1951 as part of the stretch between Gullmarsplan and Stureby.. The distance to Slussen is 3.8 km.
Skogskyrkogården metro station is on the green line of the Stockholm metro, located in Gamla Enskede, Söderort, very close to the cemetery Skogskyrkogården. The station was opened on 1 October 1950 as part of the inaugural stretch of Stockholm metro between Slussen and Hökarängen. The distance to Slussen is 5 km.
Sandsborg metro station is a station on the green line of the Stockholm metro, located in Gamla Enskede, Söderort. The station was inaugurated on 1 October 1950 as part of the inaugural stretch of Stockholm metro between Slussen and Hökarängen. The distance to Slussen is 4.4 km.