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Wadköping (museum)

Wadköping is a tourist destination and open-air museum in central Örebro. With its wooden houses and farms, Wadköping depicts Örebro’s older buildings, urban environment and inhabitants. Here you will find museums, exhibitions, café and restaurant, woodworkers, a booth, bakery and many other shops and craft shops. The museum has its name from Hjalmar Bergman’s fictional […]

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Adolfsberg, Örebro

Adolfsberg, Örebro Adolfsberg is a district in the urban area of ​​Örebro in Örebro municipality, located just south of central Örebro. The district is surrounded by Västerleden in the west, Gustavsvik in the north, Bondsätter in the south and Sörbyskogen in the east. The area is administratively divided into Adolfsberg West and Adolfsberg Östra where […]

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The main square

The main square before 1854 only extended from Drottninggatan to Gamla gatan nowKöpmansgatan). The area between Köpman- and Kungsgatorna was built, and therelived many traders; the best known of them was Eric Söderlindb. This acquired1835 The pharmacy courtyard on the east side of the square with the facade facing the church. He drove theretheir trade […]

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the city’s castle, Örebro castle

Örebro Castle On a islet in Svartån in Örebro, the city’s castle, Örebro castle. The place where the city of Örebro now lies was already an important center in the area in ancient times because of the strategic location on the river. An bridge was built early over Svartån and became a significant link between […]

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Svante Nilsson (Sture)

HistorySvante Nilsson (Sture) was born around 1460 at Penningby as the son of the Swedish National Council, the chief white man and the knight Nils Bosson Sture (Night and Day) (about 34) and Birgitta Bonde (about 21). Svante’s father was of the family Natt and Dag but he took his mother’s surname Sture. As early […]

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Örebro Castle

HistoryÖrebro Castle is located on an islet in Svartån in Örebro, Närke. The castle has the shape of a rectangle with elaborate circular towers in the corners and contains about 80 rooms, in addition to the basement which has been used as a prison.The first time Örebro castle is mentioned is 1364 when Duke Albrekt […]

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Addresses housing companies in Orebro

AB-Hem Abramssons fastighetsförvaltning Arbonova Fastigheter AB Asplunds Fastigheter Alvar Petterssons Fastighetsförvaltning AB Behrn Fastigheter AB Botrygg Carlsson & Åqvist Fastighetsförvaltning Dealbator Fastigheter Egeryds Fastighetsförvaltning Esswege Fastigheter AB FF-Fastighetsservice AB FinFast Hermansson Fastighetsförvaltning HSB Husherren Fastigheter JM AB K2A Knaust & Andersson Fastigheter AB Karaffen Förvaltnings AB Krafft Fastigheter Lansa fastigheter John Ekströms Bygg AB Lars […]

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Laxå

Laxå är en tätort i västra Närke samt centralort i Laxå kommun, Örebro län. Laxå är en gammal järnvägsknutpunkt och industriort. I närheten av Laxå ligger Porla brunn Namnet Laxå kommer av läget vid Laxån (i Lassåhna 1529). Förledet Lass- kommer troligen av det dialektala lad ’hög, stapel; vägbank’ som rimligtvis syftar på en vägbank där Eriksgatan passerade Laxån. År 1643 anlades här Laxå Bruk Under Karl XII:s likfärd genom Sverige stannade […]

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Lindesberg

Lindesberg is a town in Västmanland and a central town in Lindesberg municipality, Örebro county. Lindesberg is located at Lindessjönsnorra beach between Bottenån and Lilla Lindesjön about 40 km north of Örebro. Lindesberg had 9,571 residents (2015). The major employers in Lindesberg today are the municipality, Lindesberg’s hospitalRegion Örebro County and Arvin Meritor AB. Previously, […]

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Örebro city in the winter

Winter tends to last for a while in Örebro – at least five to six months You should also be prepared for very ‘short’ days, with as little as six hours of sunlight a day around winter solstice, just before Christmas And things just keep running, and there are actually a lot of winter-friendly sights […]

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