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A brief overview of the main cities and principal roads in Sweden, Norway, and Finland. 

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Main Cities:

  1. Stockholm: The capital and largest city of Sweden, located on the eastern coast. It is known for its archipelago, historic buildings, and cultural attractions.
  2. Gothenburg (Göteborg): Situated on the west coast, it is Sweden’s second-largest city and an important seaport. Known for its maritime history and cultural scene.
  3. Malmö: Located in the southern part of Sweden, Malmö is connected to Copenhagen in Denmark by the Öresund Bridge. It’s a diverse city with a rich history.
  4. Uppsala: A historic city to the north of Stockholm, home to Uppsala University and many historical landmarks.

Principal Roads:

  1. E4: One of Sweden’s major highways, stretching from Helsingborg in the south to Gävle in the north, passing through Stockholm.
  2. E6: A north-south European route, passing through Gothenburg and Malmö, connecting Norway and Sweden.
  3. E18: Connecting Stockholm with the Norwegian border, passing through cities like Karlstad and Oslo in Norway.


Main Cities:

  1. Oslo: The capital and largest city of Norway, located in the southern part of the country. Known for its modern architecture, museums, and vibrant cultural scene.
  2. Bergen: A picturesque city on the western coast, surrounded by mountains and fjords. It is a UNESCO World Heritage City.
  3. Trondheim: Located in central Norway, it’s known for its medieval architecture and the Nidaros Cathedral.
  4. Stavanger: Situated on the southwestern coast, Stavanger is an important center for the oil industry and has a charming old town.

Principal Roads:

  1. E6: The main north-south European route in Norway, running from the southern tip to the northernmost point of the country, passing through Oslo and Trondheim.
  2. E18: Connecting Oslo to the southwestern coast, passing through cities like Drammen and Kristiansand.
  3. E39: Running along the western coast, connecting cities like Kristiansand, Stavanger, and Bergen.


Main Cities:

  1. Helsinki: The capital and largest city, located on the southern coast. It’s a cultural and economic hub with significant historical landmarks.
  2. Espoo: Part of the Helsinki metropolitan area, Espoo is the second-largest city in Finland and known for its technology and innovation.
  3. Tampere: Located in the southern part of the country, Tampere is an industrial and cultural center.
  4. Turku: Situated on the southwestern coast, Turku is one of the oldest cities in Finland and served as the country’s capital in the past.

Principal Roads:

  1. E4: Connecting Helsinki with cities in southern and northern Finland, as well as to Sweden.
  2. E75: Running from Helsinki to the northern border, passing through cities like Tampere and Oulu.
  3. E18: Connecting Helsinki with cities on the southwestern coast, including Turku.
Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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