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Småland and the islands

Småland and the islands
Småland med öarna
National Area
Location of Småland and the islands
Country  Sweden
Largest city Jönköping
Area
 • Total 33,244 km2 (12,836 sq mi)
Population
 • Total 798,344
 • Density 24/km2 (62/sq mi)
ISO 3166 code SE09

Småland and the islands (Swedish: Småland med öarna) is a National Area (Swedish: Riksområde) of Sweden. The National Areas are a part of the Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics (NUTS) of Sweden. The name derives from the fact that the area covers most of the historical province of Småland with the island provinces of Öland and Gotland, located in the Baltic Sea.

Geography

Småland and the islands is situated in the south-eastern part of its country. It is close to Denmark and it borders the riksområden of East Middle Sweden, West Sweden and Scania.

The most populous cities are Jönköping, Växjö, Kalmar, Visby, Västervik and Värnamo.

Subdivision

Småland and the islands includes 4 counties:
Counties NUTS 3 Municipalities LAU 2
Jönköping
(seat: Jönköping)
SE091 Aneby 0604
Gnosjö 0617
Mullsjö 0642
Habo 0643
Gislaved 0662
Vaggeryd 0665
Jönköping 0680
Nässjö 0682
Värnamo 0683
Sävsjö 0684
Vetlanda 0685
Eksjö 0686
Tranås 0687
Kronoberg
(seat: Växjö)
SE092 Uppvidinge 0760
Lessebo 0761
Tingsryd 0763
Alvesta 0764
Älmhult 0765
Markaryd 0767
Växjö 0780
Ljungby 0781
Kalmar
(seat: Kalmar)
SE093 Högsby 0821
Torsås 0834
Mörbylånga 0840
Hultsfred 0860
Mönsterås 0861
Emmaboda 0862
Kalmar 0880
Nybro 0881
Oskarshamn 0882
Västervik 0883
Vimmerby 0884
Borgholm 0885
Gotland
(seat: Visby)
SE094 Gotland 0980

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