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Vingakers Kommun, Sweden

Vingakers Kommun is an administrative subregion in Soedermanland in Sweden with a population of approximately 8,898 people.

Facts and figures on Vingakers Kommun at a glance

Region name: Vingakers Kommun (Vingåkers Kommun)
Status: Adminstrative subregion
Population: 8,898 people
Region name (Level 1): Soedermanland Södermanlands län
Country: Sweden
Continent: Europe

The regional headquarters of Vingakers Kommun (Vingåkers Kommun) is located in Vingaker (Vingåker) with a population of 4,362 people. The distance as the crow flies from Vingakers Kommun's regional headquarters Vingaker to Sweden's capital Stockholm (Stockholm) is approximately 129 km (80 mi).

Facts and figures on Vingakers Kommun
RegionPopulationRegional headquartersPopulation
Vingakers Kommun Vingåkers Kommun8,898 peopleVingaker Vingåker4,362 people

Compare with other regions in Soedermanland.

Map of Vingakers Kommun

Map of Vingakers Kommun

Information on Vingakers Kommun

Information on Vingakers Kommun
Region nameRegion name Level 1CountryContinent
Vingakers Kommun Vingåkers KommunSoedermanland Södermanlands länSwedenEurope

Time in Vingakers Kommun

Time in Vingakers Kommun
Current timeSummer time (DST)Standard timeCurrent timezone offsetTimezone
Tue, 21 Aug 2018 - 7:55amIn effect (+1 hour)Tue, 21 Aug 2018 - 6:55amGMT UTC +2.0Europe/Stockholm

Geographic coordinates of Vingakers Kommun

Latitude & Longitude of Vingakers Kommun
PositionLatitude (width)Longitude (length)
Show on map59°04'00.0"N (59.0666700°)15°52'60.0"E (15.8833300°)

Subregions in Vingakers Kommun

There are 2 administrative subregions in Vingakers Kommun.
Subregions in Vingakers Kommun
RegionNoPopulationRegional capitalCapital population
OEsteraker Österåker1.764--
Vaestra Vingaker Västra Vingåker2.8,236--

External sources of information on Vingakers Kommun

Vingakers Kommun on Wikipedia