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    På svenska: Norrbottens län, beläget i Övre Norrland, är Sveriges nordligaste län. Residensstad är sedan 1856 Luleå; innan dess (1810–1855) var Piteå länets residensstad. Norrbottens län är landets största och ytmässigt nära en fjärdedel av Sveriges totala landareal. Norrbottens län består av landskapet Norrbotten (den tidigare norra delen av Västerbotten) samt den nordliga delen av landskapet Lappland. Norrbottens läns valkrets utgör valkrets vid riksdagsval i Sverige. Inom länet finns landets högsta fjäll, Kebnekaise (2104 meter över havet), och djupaste insjö, Hornavan (232 meter djup). Lär dig mer på Wikipedia
    In English: Norrbotten County (Swedish: Norrbottens län; Northern Sami: Norrbottena leatna, Finnish: Norrbottenin lääni) is the northernmost county or län of Sweden. It is also the largest county by land area, almost a quarter of Sweden's total area. It borders Västerbotten County to the southwest and the Gulf of Bothnia to the southeast, as well as the counties of Nordland and Troms og Finnmark in Norway to the northwest, and Lapland Province in Finland to the northeast. The name "Norrbotten" is also used for a province of the same name. Norrbotten province covers only the eastern part of Norrbotten County – the inland mostly belongs to the Swedish Lapland province (Lappland). The capital of Norrbotten is Luleå, whereas other significant towns include Boden, Kiruna and Piteå. The majority of the population lives in the namesake province, whereas the Lapland part of the county is sparsely populated. In terms of land area, Norrbotten is larger than both Austria and Portugal as well as the island of Ireland. The northern part of Norrbotten lies within the Arctic Circle. Learn more at Wikipedia

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