Skärholmen is a suburban area in the district of Söderort in south-western Stockholm, Sweden. Together with Bredäng, Sätra and Vårberg, it forms the borough of Skärholmen. The community primarily consisting of Million Programme style apartment buildings from the 1960s and early 1970s. It is one of the larger and more well known suburbs of Stockholm. Skärholmen Centrum (also now as SKHLM), one of the biggest shopping centres in Sweden is situated in Skärholmen.[1]

Aerial view of Skärholmen
Skärholmen Centrum

Metro stationEdit

The Skärholmen metro station was opened in 1967. The station is on the Red line (Tunnelbana 2) of the Stockholm metro. [2]

SportsEdit

The following sports clubs are located in Skärholmen:

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Skärholmen Centrum". skhlm.se. Retrieved February 1, 2020.
  2. ^ "Stockholm Tunnelbana". Stockholm Transportation. Retrieved February 1, 2020.

Coordinates: 59°16′37.59″N 17°54′25.15″E / 59.2771083°N 17.9069861°E / 59.2771083; 17.9069861

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