Russians in Sweden

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There are 8,900 people of Russian origin living in Sweden.[citation needed]

Mostly around Gothenburg, Stockholm, Umeå, Uppsala, and Västerås. Most of them arrived in Sweden in the 1920s after the Russian Civil War. A second, smaller wave came after World War II. Some Russians came to Sweden in the 1990s.

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