Södermalm is a city district area in central Stockholm, created 1 January 2007, through the merging of the boroughs of Maria-Gamla Stan and Katarina-Sofia. It covers the island of some neighboring districts. Södermalm is shortened "Söder"; the two former boroughs made up the western half of the island of Södermalm. The Maria-Gamla Stan included the island districts of Gamla Stan, Långholmen, Riddarholmen and Årsta holmar. All these districts are now parts of the new Södermalm borough. Maria-Gamla Stan was the result of a previous merging between the original borough with the same name, the former borough of Hornstull, in 1999. Södermalm borough has a population of around 110,000, making it the most populated borough of Stockholm; the area Hammarby Sjöstad is located in the Södermalm borough. Media related to Södermalm at Wikimedia Commons
Hässelby-Vällingby is a borough in the western part of Stockholm. It is made up of Hässelby and Vällingby; the other districts that make up the borough are Kälvesta, Nälsta, Råcksta and Vinsta. As of 2004, the population is 58,796 in an area of 19.60 km², which gives a density of 2,999.80/km². The name is taken from Hässelby Castle, which included large areas within the present three districts; the port of Hässelby includes parts of Vinsta. The castle is located in the postcode of Vällingby. Media related to Hässelby-Vällingby at Wikimedia Commons
Bagarmossen is a district within Skarpnäck borough of Stockholm, Sweden. Bagarmossen had 10,951 inhabitants as of December 31, 2009. Bagarmossen is located southeast of central Stockholm, neighbouring the Skarpnäcks gård district to the south and west, Kärrtorp to the northwest, the nature reserve Nackareservatet in Nacka Municipality to the east. Bagarmossen is served by the Bagarmossen metro station, located along the green line 17; when the station opened in 1958, it was a surface station and the terminus of line 17. When line 17 was extended to Skarpnäck in 1994, this included a new underground station in Bagarmossen, replacing the old surfaced one. Bagarmossen is the terminus of the 161 bus line to Midsommarkransen. Bagarmossen was built during the 1950s, remains a well-preserved'50s suburb; the apartment buildings along Byälvsvägen were built in the early 1970s as a part of the million programme. New apartment buildings were constructed near the metro station in the early 1990s, in recent years, Bagarmossen has seen several new developments in the northwest.
When the area was first built in the 1950s, it received some international recognition because of the consistent separation of pedestrian and road traffic - leading to plenty of walking paths. The houses were built to fit with the natural conditions; the courtyards constructed along with the houses in the 1950s are well-designed with genitalia, spruce trees and lawns. Bagarmossen has 10,951 inhabitants as of December 31, 2009. People with a foreign background constituted for 33.3% of the population. The same figure for Skarpnäck borough was 26.6%, 28.7% for Stockholm as a whole. The unemployment rate in Bagarmossen was 4.9% as of October 31, 2009. In comparison, the unemployment rate of the Skarpnäck borough was 3.8%, 3.6% of Stockholm as a whole. The average income per person in Bagarmossen was 222,200 Swedish kronor in 2008, this was lower than the average income of the Skarpnäck borough, 250,200 Swedish kronor, as well as the Stockholm average of 294,500 Swedish kronor; the results of the 2006 Stockholm municipal election differed between Bagarmossen, Skarpnäck borough and Stockholm as a whole.
While the centre-right Alliance for Sweden earned a majority in Stockholm, they were behind the red-greens in both Bagarmossen and Skarpnäck borough. The voter turnout in Bagarmossen was 71.0%, compared to 76.3% in Skarpnäck borough, 79.1% for Stockholm as a whole. Overall, the results were similar to those of the Kärrtorp district; the following sports clubs are located in Bagarmossen: Bagarmossen Kärrtorp BK Bagarmossen metro station
Söderort is the southern suburban part of the Stockholm Municipality, Sweden. It is part of the city of Stockholm. Söderort is located in the northern part of the Södertörn peninsula/island; the boroughs of Söderort are: Enskede-Årsta-Vantör, Farsta, Hägersten-Liljeholmen, Skärholmen, Skarpnäck and Älvsjö. The main part of Söderort was annexed by the City of Stockholm in 1913. Since 2007, Söderort is organized into six stadsdelsområden: Enskede-Årsta-Vantör, Farsta, Hägersten-Liljeholmen, Skarpnäck, Skärholmen, Älvsjö. Before 2007, it was organized into eight stadsdelsområden: Enskede-Årsta, Farsta, Hägersten, Skarpnäck, Skärholmen, Vantör and Älvsjö. 1/ km²2/ Population per hectare Stockholm City Centre Västerort Södertörn Media related to Söderort at Wikimedia Commons Söderort travel guide from Wikivoyage
Rinkeby-Kista is a borough in Stockholm, Sweden. The borough is located in Västerort; the districts that make up the borough are Akalla, Husby and Rinkeby. The population of Rinkeby-Kista borough is 48,604 as of December 2015; the borough was formed on January 2007 when Kista borough and Rinkeby borough were merged. Media related to Rinkeby-Kista at Wikimedia Commons
Östermalm is a borough in central Stockholm, named after the dominating district. Except Östermalm there are four districts in the borough: Djurgården, Ladugårdsgärdet, Norra Djurgården. Note that a portion of northern Östermalm is organized in Norrmalm borough; the population as of 2004 is 61,253 on an area of 18.00 km², which gives a density of 3,402.94/km². Norra Djurgårdsstaden Media related to Östermalm at Wikimedia Commons
Bromma is a borough in the western part of Stockholm, forming part of the Stockholm Municipality. Bromma is made up of the parish with the same name, the parish of Västerled; the fourth largest airport in Sweden and the third largest of the airports close to Stockholm, the Stockholm Bromma Airport, was built in Bromma in 1936. The districts that make up the borough are Abrahamsberg, Beckomberga, Bromma kyrka, Bällsta, Eneby, Höglandet, Mariehäll, Nockebyhov, Norra Ängby, Riksby, Smedslätten, Stora Mossen, Södra Ängby, Ulvsunda, Ulvsunda Industriområde, Åkeshov, Åkeslund, Ålsten and Äppelviken; as of 2004, the population is 59,229 in an area of 24.60 km², which gives a density of 2,407.68/km². Bromma is dotted with tiny forests and lakes, including the Judarn forest surrounding the Judarn Lake, the parks around Åkeshov Castle and Ulvsunda Castle. Bromma kyrka is one of the most distinguished Romanesque churches in the region, celebrated for a complete scheme of wallpaintings by the late medieval artist Albertus Pictor.
Bromma consists predominantly of high- and medium-income residential neighbourhoods, the Ulvsunda industrial area. This is situated close to the only airport in the city of Stockholm, it was opened in 1936 and serves domestic destinations. Ängby Camping is one of the largest camping lots in Stockholm and is situated close to a large beach by Lake Mälaren. In the 2002 elections, the right wing parties received 70% of the votes. Bromma is the birthplace of Douglas Murray. Per Albin Hansson, Prime Minister of Sweden 1932 to 1946, lived in Ålsten during the last years of his life, died on the tram in Ålsten in 1946. Martin Eriksson, better known as E-Type, moved to Bromma with his family at the age of 14. Sweden's first man in space, Christer Fuglesang, was raised in Bromma. Nobel Prize laureates Gunnar and Alva Myrdal lived at several locations in Bromma along with their children, including writer Jan Myrdal; the local football team Brommapojkarna is in the Allsvenskan although not regarded as a major team in Stockholm, it has the largest youth academy in the world.
Its main emphasis on producing technical and fast players. Sweden´s most famous basketball team, Alviks BK - founded 1956 - has won the Swedish Championship 19 times since 1963; when it operated, the charter airline Scanair had its head office in Bromma. Birgit Rosengren, actress. Politics of Stockholm Stockholm Bromma Airport Västerort Vällingby Sundbyberg Solna Drottningholm Bromma community page Map of Bromma Beauty salon Stockholm-Bromma Airport