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The city of Stockholm
Stockholm is known as the capital of Sweden and the largest city in it. It is also the center of politics, economy, culture, and the media. It represents a third of the gross domestic product of Sweden, and the per capita GDP in this city is the highest in Europe. It is a cosmopolitan city, and there are some large European universities in it, such as the Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm College of Economics, and others, and the annual Nobel Prize celebrations are hosted, as is the official King’s Palace, and it is the seat of the Swedish government and its many offices in the city.
The city of Gothenburg
Gothenburg is located in Sweden, and is the second largest city in Sweden. It is located along the mouth of the Jota River, about 8 km above the mouth of the river in the Gulf of Kategat, which is the main city on the southwestern coast of Sweden, and approximately 390 km southwest of Stockholm, the capital.
The city of Malmo
Malmo is located in Sweden, the third largest city in Malmo, and Malmo is considered a major maritime and commercial port, and the center of industries that include textiles, clothing, processed food, and cement, in addition to docks dedicated to shipbuilding, and shops devoted to machinery, Also in this city is St. Peter’s Basilica, and a tall, twisted building designed by the engineer Santiago Calatrava.
The city of Västerås
Vasteras is the fifth largest city in Sweden, located on the shore of Lake Malaren in central Sweden, and it has many industries, and the city provides many logistics and retail transactions.
Uppsala is the capital of the Swedish province of Uppsala, and the city was the seat of the Archbishop of the Swedish Church, and there is the University of Uppsala, which was established in 1477, and which is the oldest center of higher education in Scandinavia, where the temperature scale was invented.