Stockholm urban area

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Stockholm urban area
Stockholm urban area is located in Stockholm
Stockholm urban area
Stockholm urban area
Stockholm urban area is located in Sweden
Stockholm urban area
Stockholm urban area
Coordinates: 59°20′N 18°04′E / 59.333°N 18.067°E / 59.333; 18.067Coordinates: 59°20′N 18°04′E / 59.333°N 18.067°E / 59.333; 18.067
CountrySweden
ProvinceSödermanland and Uppland
CountyStockholm County
Municipality
Area
 • Total381.63 km2 (147.35 sq mi)
Population
 (31 December 2019)[1]
 • Total1,593,426
 • Density4,175/km2 (10,810/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)

The Stockholm urban area (Swedish: Stockholms tätort) is the largest and most populous of the statistical localities or urban areas in Sweden. It has no administrative function of its own, but constitutes a continuous built-up area, which extends into 11 municipalities in Stockholm County. It contains the municipal seats of 10 of those. As of 31 December 2019, the population in the Stockholm urban area was 1,593,426 inhabitants, the area 381.63 km2 (147.35 sq mi), and the population density 4,175 inhabitants/km2.[1] Stockholm urban area is not the same as Metropolitan Stockholm (Storstockholm), which is a much larger area.

In 2019, the population of the urban area and the municipalities into which it extends, broken down per municipality was the following:[2]

Municipality Population
In Stockholm
urban area
In other
urban
areas
Other Total % in
Stockholm
urban area
Stockholm 974,073 0 1831 975,904 100.0
Huddinge 110,252 1,448 771 112,848 97.7
Järfälla 79,830 0 160 79,990 99.8
Solna 82,429 0 0 82,429 100.0
Sollentuna 68,835 4,313 81 73,857 93.2
Botkyrka 62,156 26,191 2,137 94,606 65.7
Haninge 53,599 27,371 4,806 92,095 58.2
Tyresö 44,370 3,118 402 48,333 91.8
Sundbyberg 52,414 0 0 52,414 100.0
Nacka 38,394 56,085 1,112 105,189 36.5
Danderyd 27,074 5,477 23 32,857 82.4
Total 1,593,426 124,003 9,623 1,750,522 91.0

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Localities 2010, area, population and density in localities 2005 and 2010 and change in area and population". Statistics Sweden. 29 May 2012. Archived from the original on 16 January 2013.
  2. ^ http://www.scb.se/sv_/Hitta-statistik/Statistik-efter-amne/Miljo/Markanvandning/Tatorter-arealer-befolkning/#c_li_335300